Modelling the beneficial effects of oxidation on the sliding wear of metals and alloys

F.H. Stott, Jiaren Jiang, Margaret Stack

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Abstract

This paper discusses modelling the beneficial effects of oxidation on the sliding wear of metals and alloys. It was presented at the Fourth International Conference on Advances in Surface Engineering held at The University of Northumbria at Newcastle on 14-17 May 1996.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationAdvances in Surface Engineering
Subtitle of host publicationFundamentals in Coatings
EditorsP.K. Datta , J.S. Burnell-Gray
Place of PublicationCambridge, UK
Pages143-157
Number of pages15
Volume1
Publication statusPublished - 14 May 1997
Event4th International Conference on Advances in Surface Engineering - Cambridge, United Kingdom
Duration: 14 May 199617 May 1996

Publication series

NameAdvances in Surface Engineering
PublisherRoyal Society of Chemistry
Volume1

Conference

Conference4th International Conference on Advances in Surface Engineering
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityCambridge
Period14/05/9617/05/96

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Wear of materials
Oxidation
Metals

Keywords

  • surface engineering
  • oxidation
  • sliding wear
  • metal wear

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Stott, F. H., Jiang, J., & Stack, M. (1997). Modelling the beneficial effects of oxidation on the sliding wear of metals and alloys. In P. K. Datta , & J. S. Burnell-Gray (Eds.), Advances in Surface Engineering: Fundamentals in Coatings (Vol. 1, pp. 143-157). (Advances in Surface Engineering; Vol. 1). Cambridge, UK.
Stott, F.H. ; Jiang, Jiaren ; Stack, Margaret. / Modelling the beneficial effects of oxidation on the sliding wear of metals and alloys. Advances in Surface Engineering: Fundamentals in Coatings. editor / P.K. Datta ; J.S. Burnell-Gray. Vol. 1 Cambridge, UK, 1997. pp. 143-157 (Advances in Surface Engineering).
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Stott, FH, Jiang, J & Stack, M 1997, Modelling the beneficial effects of oxidation on the sliding wear of metals and alloys. in PK Datta & JS Burnell-Gray (eds), Advances in Surface Engineering: Fundamentals in Coatings. vol. 1, Advances in Surface Engineering, vol. 1, Cambridge, UK, pp. 143-157, 4th International Conference on Advances in Surface Engineering, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 14/05/96.

Modelling the beneficial effects of oxidation on the sliding wear of metals and alloys. / Stott, F.H.; Jiang, Jiaren; Stack, Margaret.

Advances in Surface Engineering: Fundamentals in Coatings. ed. / P.K. Datta ; J.S. Burnell-Gray. Vol. 1 Cambridge, UK, 1997. p. 143-157 (Advances in Surface Engineering; Vol. 1).

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Stott FH, Jiang J, Stack M. Modelling the beneficial effects of oxidation on the sliding wear of metals and alloys. In Datta PK, Burnell-Gray JS, editors, Advances in Surface Engineering: Fundamentals in Coatings. Vol. 1. Cambridge, UK. 1997. p. 143-157. (Advances in Surface Engineering).