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Publication Date: 1990
Publisher: American Chemical Society
This volume is oriented toward industrial applications of liquid crystals in the friction-lubrication area. Broad techniques are stressed, leaving the path open for varied applications. Individual topics discussed include the lubricating properties of liquid crystals, numerical analysis of layered liquid crystals in a thin wedge, spectral changes of liquid cyrstals undergoing shear in a simulated bearing, temperature effects on the tribological properties of thermotropic liquid crystals, the effect of liquid-crystalline structures on lubrication of aluminum surfaces, the basis of the use of lyotropic liquid crystals in lubrication, and film thickness and frictional behavior in concentrated point contacts.Biresaw, Girma is the author of 'Tribology and the Liquid-Crystalline State', published 1990 under ISBN 9780841218741 and ISBN 0841218749.
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