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The Resource Eco-Tribology : Research Developments

Eco-Tribology : Research Developments

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Eco-Tribology : Research Developments
Title
Eco-Tribology
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Research Developments
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Materials Forming, Machining and Tribology Ser
Eco-Tribology : Research Developments
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Eco-Tribology : Research Developments
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Contents
  • Preface -- Contents -- 1 Ecotribology: Development, Prospects, and Challenges -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Motivation -- 3 Efficient Ecotribological Systems -- 3.1 Components of Efficient Ecotribological Systems -- 3.2 Goals of Efficient Ecotribology -- 3.3 Optimization Levers in Ecotribology -- 3.4 Challenges for Efficient Ecotribology -- 3.5 Prospects of Efficient Ecotribology -- 3.5.1 Three Gaps Toward Sustainability -- 3.6 Current Efforts in Ecotribology Exemplified by the World Tribology Congress -- 4 Sustainable Ecotribological Systems: Best Practice from Living Nature -- 4.1 Materials -- 4.1.1 Biomining with Bacteria -- 4.1.2 Mining with Plants for Bulk Metals -- 4.1.3 Mining with Plants for Metallic Nanocrystals -- 4.2 Structures -- 4.2.1 Structure Rather Than Material -- 4.2.2 Tribologically Optimized Microstructures in Organisms -- 4.2.3 Tribologically Optimized Nanostructures in Organisms -- 4.2.4 Bridging the Gap: Functionality Across Scales -- 4.3 Processes -- 4.3.1 Biominerals -- 4.3.2 Production of Microscopic Tribosystems in Freezing Water -- 4.3.3 Proteins Controlling Biomineralization -- 4.4 Knowledge Transfer to Ecotribology -- 4.4.1 Common Language -- 4.4.2 Biomimetics -- 5 Conclusions and Outlook -- References -- 2 Advancements in Eco-friendly Lubricants for Tribological Applications: Past, Present, and Future -- Abstract -- 1 Lubrication Fundamentals -- 2 History of Eco-friendly Lubricants -- 2.1 Present: Eco-friendly Lubricants -- 2.2 Drawbacks to Eco-friendly Lubricants -- 3 Future: Eco-friendly Lubricants -- 3.1 Ionic Lubricants -- 3.2 Room Temperature Ionic Liquid Lubricants -- 4 Case Study: Room Temperature Ionic Liquids -- 4.1 Study 1: Ionic Liquids as Additives in Natural Oils -- 4.2 Study 2: Ionic Liquid Anion-Cation Moiety Manipulation -- 4.3 Environmentally Friendly Ionic Liquid Lubricants -- 5 Conclusions
  • References -- 3 New Emerging Self-lubricating Metal Matrix Composites for Tribological Applications -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Why Self-lubricating Materials? -- 3 Self-lubricating Metal Composites -- 3.1 Aluminum Matrix Composites -- 3.2 Copper Matrix Composites -- 3.3 Magnesium Matrix Composites -- 3.4 Nickel Matrix Composites -- 4 Summary -- References -- 4 Multi-objective Optimization of Engine Parameters While Bio-lubricant--Biofuel Combination of VCR Engine Using Taguchi-Grey Approach -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Materials and Methods -- 2.1 Formulation of Rapeseed Oil Bio-lubricant -- 2.2 Experimental Design and Methodology -- 3 Grey Relational Analysis -- 3.1 Grey Relational Grade -- 4 Results and Discussion -- 4.1 Analysis of Grey Relational Grade -- 4.1.1 Effect of Engine Load on Grey Grade -- 4.1.2 Effect of Compression Ratio on Grey Grade -- 4.1.3 Effect of Lubricant on Grey Grade -- 5 Analysis of Variance for Grey Grade -- 6 Confirmatory Test -- 7 Conclusions -- References -- 5 Biolubricants and the Potential of Waste Cooking Oil -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Lubricants and Biolubricants -- 2.1 Biolubricants in the Recent Era -- 2.2 Characteristics of Biolubricant Oils -- 2.3 Edible and Inedible Oils -- 3 Waste Cooking Oil -- 3.1 Operating Parameters Effects on Wear and Frictional Behavior of Wet Contact Surfaces -- 3.2 Effect of Lubricant Temperature on the Wear and Frictional Behavior of Metals -- 4 The Potential of Using Waste Cooking Oils as Lubricants -- 4.1 Oil Collections and Experimental Procedure -- 4.2 Initial Results -- 5 Conclusions -- References -- 6 Two-Body Abrasion of Bamboo Fibre/Epoxy Composites -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Material Preparation and Experimental Procedure -- 2.1 Material Preparation -- 2.2 Preparation of Composites -- 2.3 Experimental Procedure -- 3 Results and Discussion
  • 3.1 Tribological Performance of Synthetic and Natural Fibre Reinforced Epoxy Composites Under Different Dry Contact Conditions -- 3.2 Wear Performance of Bamboo -- 3.2.1 Neat Epoxy Wear Rate -- 3.2.2 Wear Performance of Glass -- 3.2.3 Comparison of Wear Performance of Neat Epoxy and Its Composites -- 3.2.4 Frictional Performance of Bamboo -- 3.2.5 Frictional Performance of Glass -- 3.2.6 Frictional Performance of Neat Epoxy -- 3.2.7 Comparison of Frictional Performance of Neat Epoxy and Its Composites -- 3.3 Surface Observation for Neat Epoxy and Its Composites -- 4 Conclusions -- References -- Index
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