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Modelling the beneficial effects of oxidation on the sliding wear of metals and alloys

Stott, F.H. and Jiang, Jiaren and Stack, Margaret (1997) Modelling the beneficial effects of oxidation on the sliding wear of metals and alloys. In: Advances in Surface Engineering. Advances in Surface Engineering, 1 . Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK, pp. 143-157. ISBN 0854047475

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Abstract

This paper discusses modelling the beneficial effects of oxidation on the sliding wear of metals and alloys. It was presented at the Fourth International Conference on Advances in Surface Engineering held at The University of Northumbria at Newcastle on 14-17 May 1996.