Advances in the study of tribo-corrosion of materials in recent years have included the development of mechanistic maps, showing the transitions between the regimes as a function of the main process parameters. In such cases, maps have been constructed in both two and three dimensions. There are now a variety of modelling algorithms which may be used to map a range of performance indicators over a multi-parameter space. The interactions of tribo-corrosion in biological environments are becoming of increasing importance.
|Publication status||Published - 24 Aug 2010|
|Event||UK-China Summer School and Workshop on Tribology and Surface Engineering - Southampton, UK|
Duration: 24 Aug 2010 → 25 Aug 2010
|Conference||UK-China Summer School and Workshop on Tribology and Surface Engineering|
|Period||24/08/10 → 25/08/10|
- bio-tribo-corrosion maps
- bio-tribology applications
- hip joints
Stack, M. M. (2010). Tribo-corrosion maps for application in bio-tribology: some new approaches. Paper presented at UK-China Summer School and Workshop on Tribology and Surface Engineering, Southampton, UK, .