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Fractional Coverage Model for the Adsorption and Removal of Gas Species and Application to Superlow Friction Diamond-Like Carbon

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P. L. Dickrell, W. G. Sawyer

University of Florida, Mechanical Engineering Department, Gainesville, FL 32611, USA

A. Erdemir

Argonne National Laboratory, Energy Technology Division, Argonne, IL 60439, USA

J. Tribol 126(3), 615-619 (Jun 28, 2004) (5 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1739408 History: Received February 07, 2001; Revised October 07, 2003; Online June 28, 2004
Copyright © 2004 by ASME
Topics: Friction , Carbon , Diamonds
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Heimberg et al. experimental friction data and best fit as a function of time. The model fit obtained by holding the product νP=0.00059 s−1 constant but allowing the removal fraction to vary as a function of sliding speed.
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Fraction of adsorbed species removed as a function of sliding speed. Derived from the model fit shown in Fig. 1.
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Heimberg et al. experimental friction data and best fit as a function of time. The model fit obtained by holding the product νP=0.00067 s−1 constant but allowing the removal fraction to vary as a function of dwell time.
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Fraction of adsorbed species removed as a function of dwell time. Derived from the model fit shown in Fig. 3.

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