By Vladimir V. Tsukruk, Kathryn J. Wahl
content material: Tribology of polymers : a viewpoint / B.J. Briscoe --
touch mechanics and adhesion of viscoelastic spheres / K.L. Johnson --
floor and bulk homes in adherence of elastic-viscoelastic solids / J.C. Charmet, D. Vallet, and M. Barquins --
Creep results in nanometer-scale contacts to linear viscoelastic fabrics / W.N. Unertl --
The function of interfacial slippage in adhesive free up / ok. Vorvolakos and M.K. Chaudhury --
reaction of skinny oligomer movies to regular and brief shear / Mark O. Robbins and Arlette R.C. Baljon --
Micromechanics and microtribology of polymer movies / F. Oulevey, D. Gourdon, E. Dupas, M. Liley, C. Duschl, A.J. Kulik, G. Gremaud, and N.A. Burnham --
Physics and actual chemistry on the nanotip scale : basic research of the mechanical reaction of soppy fabrics with an atomic strength microscope / S. Kopp-Marsaudon, L. Nony, D. Michel, and J.P. Aimé --
Disentanglement in ultrathin polymer movies, floor pressure, and auto-dewetting / R.M. Overney, C. Buenviaje, S. Ge, M. Rafailovich, and J. Sokolov --
Scanning strength microscopy of micromechanical houses of polymers / Z. Huang, S.A. Chizhik, V.V. Gorbunov, N.K. Myshkin, and V.V. Tsukruk --
Probing adhesive, mechanical, and thermal houses of polymer surfaces utilizing scanning probe microscopy / Gregory F. Meyers, Benjamin M. DeKoven, Michael T. Dineen, Andrew Strandjord, Paul J. O'Connor, Terry Hu, Yi-Hung Chiao, Hubert M. Pollock, and Azzedine Hammiche --
Temperature-dependent floor houses of skinny polystyrene motion pictures made up our minds by way of scanning strength microscopy / Othmar Marti and Sabine Hild --
Viscoelastic measurements in skinny polystyrene melts as derived from scanning strength microscopy-induced nanoflow styles / Ronald H. Schmidt, Wayne L. Gladfelter, and Greg Haugstad --
Experimental examine of the friction regimes on viscoelastic fabrics / C. Basire and C. Fretigny --
Micro- and nano-wear of polymeric fabrics / G.S. Blackman, L. Lin, and R.R. Matheson --
floor nanochemical reviews of polymers and different natural surfaces by way of scanning strength microscopy / Kirill Feldman, Georg Hähner, and Nicholas D. Spencer --
Molecular relaxations in polymer motion pictures studied by way of temperature-controlled friction-force microscopy / Jon A. Hammerschmidt, Greg Haugstad, and Wayne L. Gladfelter --
Polypropylene/(ethylene-propylene) copolymer blends : floor morphology and elasticity as measured through AFM and FMM / B. Nysten, C. Meerman, and E. Tomasetti --
Molecular alignment and nanotribology of polymeric solids studied by way of lateral strength microscopy / G. Julius Vancso and Holger Schönherr --
Scanning strength microscopic research of polyethylene unmarried crystals ready via a self-seeding approach / Tomokazu Fujii, Atsushi Takahara, and Tisato Kajiyama --
Sparse coatings by means of disperse adsorption of cylindrical brushes / Sergei S. Sheiko, Svetlana A. Prokhorova, Ute Schmidt, Peter Dziezok, Manfred Schmidt, and Martin Möller --
Microphase separation and morphological transitions on the floor of block copolymers / Ph. Leclère, J.L. Brédas, G. Moineau, M. Minet, Ph. Dubois, R. Jérôme, and R. Lazzaroni --
Modeling the interactions among polymers and clay surfaces via self-consistent box thought / Anna C. Balazs, Chandralekha Singh, and Ekaterina Zhulina --
Use of damage checks for plastics / Kenneth G. Budinski --
Nanotribology of polymer surfaces for disk force functions / C. Mathew Mate and Junhua Wu --
The impact of floor texture at the friction of automobile inside plastics / Norman S. Eiss, Jr. and Edward Lee --
Micromechanical characterization of scratch and mar habit of car topcoats / L. Lin, G.S. Blackman, and R.R. Matheson --
research of tribological homes of polymeric floor coatings with scanning probe microscope / Weidian Shen and Frank N. Jones --
Friction and sturdiness of chemisorbed natural lubricants for microelectromechanical platforms / M.T. Dugger, D.C. Senft, and G.C. Nelson --
Physics of friction utilized to scientific units / Andrea Liebmann-Vinson.
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ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1999. ch003 44 H J 8 ^ ^ V ^ ^ Figure 1. Comparison of distorted surface profiles of the pure elastic contact (Hertz) and of the adhesive one between a spherical punch and a flat plane and smooth surface of an highly elastic substrate for the same radius an of the contact area. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1999. ch003 With a great insight, Boussinesq noticed that this singularity exists only if the solids in contact exhibit adhesion.
D. Pashley 1999. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1999. Chapter 2 Contact Mechanics and Adhesion of Viscoelastic Spheres K. L. ch002 College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, University of Cambridge, 1 New Square, Cambridge CB1 1EY, United Kingdom It has recently become common to use the JKR theory (Johnson, Kendall & Roberts, 1971) to extract the surface and interfacial energies of polymeric materials from adhesion tests with micro-probe instruments such as the Surface Force Apparatus and the Atomic Force Microscope.
An observed penetration depth 8*8H rewritten as 8=8H+(8-8H) corresponds to the addition of a vertical displacement 8-8H at constant radius of contact an, that is to say to the addition of the vertical movement of a flat rigid axi-symetrical punch inducing a strong divergence of the normal stresses on the border of the contact area. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1999. ch003 44 H J 8 ^ ^ V ^ ^ Figure 1. Comparison of distorted surface profiles of the pure elastic contact (Hertz) and of the adhesive one between a spherical punch and a flat plane and smooth surface of an highly elastic substrate for the same radius an of the contact area.