Computational Tribology

Nanoscale friction on thin films

In nature ‘entities’, either be living or non-living tend to behave differently at different scales by exhibiting different properties. Which play a major role in the way we frame our perspectives and opinions on them. […]

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surface texture
Computational Tribology

Which is the best texture?

Every so often, a natural texture is discovered and presented as a great texture for tribology purposes! Shark skin, leaf surface, or even snake skin are the most renowned examples. And it is true that […]

Computational Tribology

Towards a model of hydration-lubricated contact

[avatar user=”Jean-David Wheeler” size=”original” align=”left” link=”https://www.linkedin.com/in/jean-david-wheeler-462bb84b/detail/contact-info/”] The article was created by Dr. Jean-David Wheeler, Engineer in modeling at SIMTEC [/avatar] Have you ever tried to cross a small river by jumping from one emerging stone […]

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Origin of Sliding Friction
Atomistic Tribology

Origins of Sliding Friction

Origin of sliding friction: role of lattice trapping [avatar user=”avinash” size=”original” align=”left” link=”https://www.linkedin.com/in/avinash-tiwari-91a0831b/”] The article was co-authored by Dr. Avinash Tiwari, Postdoctoral Researcher at Forschungszentrum Jülich. [/avatar] [avatar user=”jjwang@zut.edu.cn” size=”original” align=”left”] The article was co-authored […]