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Temperature rise of diamond-like carbon during sliding: Consideration of the real contact area

Yamamoto, S and Liskiewicz, T and Fujimura, K and Tashiro, K and Takai, O (2018) Temperature rise of diamond-like carbon during sliding: Consideration of the real contact area. Tribology International, 131. pp. 496-507. ISSN 0301-679X

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Abstract

he real contact area based on modified Hertzian theory derived from sinusoidal asperity model is introduced and the measurement method for the real contact area is proposed. The real contact approach is compared with the Greenwood-Williamson theory showing good agreement between the two methods. The separation between the contact surfaces is estimated by taking into account the surface roughness. The temperature rise at the sliding interface between the DLC coating and E52100 steel is evaluated experimentally by the thermal indicator paint method, and the real contact area ratio is estimated from the temperature simulation data. The temperature rise is discussed from the entropy balance point of view induced from the real contact area and the frictional energy.

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