1. Cours de tribologie

1.1 Notes de cours à télécharger

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Chapitre 1 [Généralité / Overview]
Chapitre 2 [Contact / Contact]
Chapitre 3 [Frottement / Friction]
Chapitre 4 [Lubrification / Lubrication]
Chapitre 5 [Usure / Wear]
Chapitre 6 [3ème corps / Third body]
Chapitre 7 [Métaux / Metals]
Chapitre 8 [Tribocorrosion / Tribocorrosion]
Chapitre 9 [Céramiques / Ceramics]
Chapitre 10 [Polymères / Polymers]
Chapitre 11 [Traitements de surface / ?]
Chapitre 12 [Palier / Bearings]

En attente !!!!!

13 – Biotribo
14 – Présentation Claude Rieker “Tribologie des prothèses totales de hanche”

2. Sélection d’ouvrages concernant la tribologie

2.1 Ouvrages d’introduction à la tribologie

D. Landolt
Corrosion et chimie de surfaces des matériaux, Traité des matériaux 12
PPUR (1997), ISBN 2-88074-245-5. Chapitre 10
H.J. Mathieu, E. Bergmann, R. Gras
Analyse et technologie des surfaces: couches minces et tribologie, Traité des matériaux 4
PPUR (2003), ISBN 2-88074-454-7, Chapitres 21 à 26
I.M. Hutchings
Tribology: Friction and Wear of Engineering materials
Arnold, London (1992)
ISBN 0-340-56184-x, 273 pages
R.D. Arnell, P.B. Davies, J. Halling et T.L. Whomes
Tribology, Principles and Design Applications
MacMillan Education LTD, Basingstoke UK (1991)
ISBN 0-333-45867-2, 255 pages
2.2 Ouvrages de référence sur la tribologie
G. Zambelli, L. Vincent
Matériaux et contacts
PPUR (1998), ISBN 2-88074-338-9
J.A. Williams
Engineering Tribology
Oxford University Press, New York (1994)
ISBN 0-19-856503-8
G.W. Stachowiak et A.W. Batchelor
Engineering Tribology
Elsevier, Amsterdam (1993)
ISBN 0-444-89235-4, 872 pages
H. Czichos et K.H. Habig
Tribologie Handbuch, Reibung und Verschleiss
Vieweg, Braunschweig (1992)
ISBN 3-528-06354-8, 560 pages
T.F.J Quinn
Physical Analysis for Tribology
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1991)
ISBN 0-521-32602-8, 486 pages
K. L. Johnson
Contact Mechanics
Cambridge University press, Cambridge (1985)
ISBN 0-521-34796-3, 452 pages
2.3 Matériaux pour applications tribologiques
B. Bhushan et B.K. Gupta
Handbook of Tribology: Materials, Coatings and Surface Treatments
McGraw Hill, New York (1991)
ISBN 0-07-005289-2, 1168 pages
ASM International. Handbook Committee
ASM Handbook Vol. 18 Friction, Lubrication and Wear Technology
ASM International (1992)
ISBN 0-87170-380-7, 942 pages
K. Holmberg et A. Matthews
Coatings Tribology: Properties, Techniques and Applications in Surface Engineering
Elsevier, Amsterdam (1994)
ISBN 0-444-88870-5, 442 pages
A.R. Lansdown et A.L. Price
Materials to Resist Wear: A Guide to their Selection and Use
Pergamon Press, Oxford (1986)
ISBN 0-08-033442-1, 128 pages
2.4 Lubrifiants
A.R. Lansdown
Lubrication: A Practical Guide to Lubricant Selection
Pergamon Press, (1982)

R.M. Mortier et S.T. Orszulik Ed.
Chemistry and Technology of Lubricants
Blackie, Glasgow (1992)
ISBN 0-216-92921-0, 302 pages


3. Examens – Articles à télécharger – Hiver 2016

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 80 étudiants, 16 groupes de 5 étudiants , chaque groupe 1 article (5 minutes présentation, 5 minutes questions)

Comment choisir !

1) Choisir un acticle et le télécharger dans la liste ci-dessous.
2) Aller sur la page suivante Choix article examen inscrire le groupe (tous les noms) dans le champ “nom” et sélectionner l’article choisi.

(Attention: premier inscrit premier servi !! donc ne pas prendre un article déjà sélectionné MERCI)

How to choose !

1) Select a paper and load it from the list below

2) Go to the page Choix article examen, register the group by putting all students names in the field “nom” and indicate the choosen paper

(Attention: first in, first served !! So do not choose a paper selected by another group THANKS)

Art.1 – Friction reduction mechanisms in cast iron sliding against DLC: Effect of biofuel diluted engine oil
Art.2 – Evaluating hip implant wear measurments by CMM technique
Art.3 – Evaluation of effect of temperature on mechanical properties and wear resistance of polyurethane elastomers
Art.4 – A study debris and wear damage resulting from fretting of Incoloy 800 steam generator tubes against AISI Type 304 stainless steel
Art.5 – Effects of poly-ether-ether ketone (PEEK) veneer thickness on the reciprocating friction and wear behavior of PEEK/Ti6Al4V structures in artificial saliva
Art.6 – Reduction in friction and wear of alumina surfaces as assisted with surface-adsorbing polymers in aqueous solutions
Art.7 – Effect of alternate corrosion and wear on the overall degradation of a dual phase and mild steel
Art.8 – Friction of rough surfaces on ice: Experiments and modelling
Art.9 – Load-dependent run-in and wear behaviour of line-like surface patterns produced by direct laser interference patterning
Art.10 – Effect of oxidation film on the fretting wear behavior of Alloy 690 steam generator tube mated with SUS 409
Art.11 – Effect of Si and Al additions to carbon steel on material transfer and coating damage mechanism in turning with CVD coated tools
Art.12 – Wear mechanisms od hydrogenated DLC in oils containing MoDTC
Art.13 – The influence of slide-roll ratio on ZDDP tribofilm formation
Art.14 – Real-contact area between and elastomer and a flat plane observed by surface plasmon resonance: Optical model calculations
Art.15 – On the contact area of nominally flat hertzian contacts
Art.16 – A synergetic model to predict the wear in electric contacts
Art.17 – Tribological and sealing preformance of laser pocketed piston rings in a diesel engine

Art.18 – Influences of space irradiations on the structure and properties of MoS2/DLC libricant film
Art.19 – The effect of crosslinks on the sliding wear of high-density polyethylene
Art.20 – Wear characteristics of Mo-W-type hot-work steel at high temperature
Art.21 – An experimental and theoretical study of surface rolling contact fatigue damage progression in hybrid bearings with artificial dents
Art.22 – Molecular dynamics simulation on the tribology properties of two hard nanoparticles (diamond and silicon dioxide) confined by two iron blocks


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