Scope Note: Tribology is the science and technology of friction, lubrication, and wear, derived from the Greek tribos meaning "rubbing". Formally, it is defined as the science and technology of interacting surfaces in relative motion and all practices related thereto.

  1. Numerical tribology of a dry contact. [July 22, 2011].
  2. The tribology properties of alumina/silica composite nanoparticles as lubricant additives. [July 22, 2011].
  3. Tribology of electroless nickel coatings – A review. [July 23, 2011].
  4. Discussion of the paper: Micro CNC surface texturing on polyoxymethylene (POM) and its tribological performance in lubricated sliding. [July 22, 2011].
  5. Open-ended evolution as a means to self-organize heterogeneous multi-robot systems in real time. [July 23, 2011].
  6. Polymer tribology by combining ion implantation and radionuclide tracing. [July 23, 2011].
  7. Tribology of artificial joints. [July 23, 2011].
  8. Influence of silicon contamination on tribology in low earth orbit. [July 23, 2011].
  9. Structure, mechanical properties and tribology of W–N and W–O coatings. [July 23, 2011].
  10. Elevated-temperature tribology of metallic materials. [July 23, 2011].
  11. Role of silicon in resisting subsurface plastic deformation in tribology of aluminium–silicon alloys. [July 23, 2011].
  12. Tribology of thermal sprayed WC–Co coatings. [July 23, 2011].
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