Tribology of Diamond-Like Carbon : Fundamentals and Applications

Abstract : Tribology of Diamond-like Carbon Films discusses important structural, chemical, mechanical and tribological characteristics of DLC films. Particularly dedicated to the fundamental tribological issues that impact performance and durability, this discription covers a variety of industrial applications, including automotive, microelectronics, aerospace, biomedical, textile, and manufacturing. This overview provides current tribological findings on DLC films and emphasizes their application in mechanical systems ranging in size from nano/micro (MEMS, NEMS) to meso/macro scale devices (bearings, gears, aerospace mechanisms, liquid/solid lubricated engine parts and components). Researchers and engineers involved in microelectronics and manufacturing will find contributions from prominent world experts representing academia, national laboratories and industrial companies. Contents: Classification of DLC Films.- Nondestructive Characterization of Carbon Films.- Mechanical Characterization and Properties of DLC Films.- Residual Stresses in DLC Films and Adhesion to Various Substrates.- Fundamentals of the Tribology of DLC Coatings.- Environmental and Thermal Effects on the Tribological Performance of DLC Coatings.- Third Bodies and Tribochemistry of DLC Coatings.- An Overview of Superlubricity in Diamond-like Carbon Films.- Hard DLC Growth and Inclusion in Nano-Structured Wear Protective Coatings.- Environmental and Surface Chemical Effects on Tribological Properties of Carbon-Based Coatings.- Triboemission and Triboplasma Generation with DLC Films.- Doping and Alloying Effects on DLC Coatings.- Tribology of DLC Films under Fretting Conditions.- Tribology of DLC Films Under Slip-Rolling Conditions.- Tribological Behavior of DLC Films in Various Lubrication Regimes.- Industrial Production of DLC Coatings.- DLC Films in Mechanical and Manufacturing Industry.- Wear Resistance of Amorphous DLC and Metal Containing DLC in Industrial Applications.- Nanotribology of Ultrathin and Hard Amorphous Carbon Films.- Laser Processing of Tribological DLC Films: An Overview.- New Trends in Boundary Lubrication of DLC Coatings.- Fullerene-like Carbon Nitride: A New Carbon-Based Tribological Coating.
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C. Donnet, A. Erdemir. Tribology of Diamond-Like Carbon : Fundamentals and Applications. Springer, pp.671, 2008. ⟨ujm-00177236⟩

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