Microtechnology and MEMS

Advanced Analytical Methods in Tribology

Editors: Dienwiebel, Martin, De Barros Bouchet, Maria-Isabel (Eds.)

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  • Presents nanoscale analytical techniques for tribological applications
  • Gives a concise overview on the methods that are available today
  • Contributing authors work on the forefront of tribological research  
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This book presents the basics and methods of nanoscale analytical techniques for tribology field. It gives guidance to the application of mechanical, microstructural, chemical characterization methods and topography analysis of materials. It provides an overview of the of state-of-the-art for researchers and practitioners in the field of tribology. It shows different examples to the application of mechanical, microstructural, chemical characterization methods and topography analysis of materials. Friction and Wear phenomena are  governed by complexe processes at the interface of sliding surfaces. For a detailed understanding of these phenomena many surface sensitive techniques have become available in recent years. The applied methods are atom probe tomography, in situ TEM, SERS, NEXAFS, in situ XPS, nanoindentation and in situ Raman spectroscopy. A survey of new related numerical calculations completes this book. This concerns ab-initio coupling, numerical calculations for mechanical aspects and density functional theory (DFT) to study chemical reactivity.

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Martin Dienwiebel studied Physics in Dortmund and Bonn, Germany and conducted his Master thesis research in the field of low temperature STM at the National Research Center Juelich. He obtained his PhD in the field of friction force microscopy and Superlubricity at Leiden University, The Netherlands. During his PhD research he also spent nine months at Tokyo Institute of Technology in the group of Prof. Takayanagi.

After his PhD in 2003 he worked in automotive industry at the tribology research department of IAVF Antriebstechnik AG company. In 2008 he received an Emmy-Noether fellowship from the German Research Foundation and set up a junior research group at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and the Fraunhofer Institute for mechanics of Materials. He obtained his habilitation 2011 at the Mechanical Engineering faculty of KIT.

Maria Isabel De Barros Bouchet is graduated in 1996 in Physical Chemistry in the University of Orléans, France. She conducted her Master thesis in the field of Combustion & Reactive Systems at the National Center for Scientific Research, CNRS. She received a fellowship from the French government to conduct her PhD in the field of Physic Sciences on Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition (PECVD) Processes at the University of Orléans.

In 2001, she joined the Laboratory of Tribology and Systems Dynamics of the Ecole Centrale de Lyon (ECL) as Associate Professor. She obtained her habilitation entitled "Contribution of Gas Phase Lubrication for in situ Surface Analysis" in 2011 at the ECL, University of Lyon


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Bibliographic Information

Bibliographic Information
Book Title
Advanced Analytical Methods in Tribology
Editors
  • Martin Dienwiebel
  • Maria-Isabel De Barros Bouchet
Series Title
Microtechnology and MEMS
Copyright
2018
Publisher
Springer International Publishing
Copyright Holder
Springer Nature Switzerland AG
eBook ISBN
978-3-319-99897-8
DOI
10.1007/978-3-319-99897-8
Hardcover ISBN
978-3-319-99896-1
Series ISSN
1615-8326
Edition Number
1
Number of Pages
XIV, 328
Number of Illustrations
68 b/w illustrations, 103 illustrations in colour
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