Symposium

S04: Experiments and Simulations Towards Understanding Tribology Across Length-Scales

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TopicS: Structural Materials

Tribology, the science of interacting surfaces in relative motion, is crucial for many aspects of modern life. Friction and wear decisively impact the lifetime and durability of many products from nanoelectro-mechanical systems to gears and engines. For instance, during sliding of metallic contacts mutated surface layers form on different length scales. These layers carry most further plastic deformation and largely determine friction and wear. The origin and evolution of these distinct subsurface layers as well as the other atomistic to macroscale mechanisms remain elusive. This knowledge however will allow for a strategic tailoring of tribologically loaded metals. To achieve this goal, this symposium brings together simulation and experimental experts working on all lengths scales relevant to tribology. This begins on a macroscopic tribometer scale, over the mesoscopic nanoindenter-, down to the atomistic AFM- and molecular dynamics-scale.


Lecture S04: Experiments and Simulations Towards Understanding Tribology Across Length-Scales
WEB Sliding wear of Si-rich Al-base alloys in wrought state after Friction Surfacing

Dr. Stefanie Hanke Malte Schütte Dr. Arne Roos Jonas Ehrich Dr. Dominic Linsler

Lecture S04: Experiments and Simulations Towards Understanding Tribology Across Length-Scales
Data science techniques applied to in-situ¬ XRD measurements of copper under tribological load

Dr. Nikolay Garabedian Dr. Patric Gruber Dr. Christian Greiner

Lecture S04: Experiments and Simulations Towards Understanding Tribology Across Length-Scales
Deformation Mechanisms in High-Purity Copper Induced by Sliding

Christian Haug Friederike Ruebeling Ankush Kashiwar Peter Gumbsch Christian Kübel Christian Greiner

Lecture S04: Experiments and Simulations Towards Understanding Tribology Across Length-Scales
Deformation and chemical evolution during tribology in cementite

Hanna Tsybenko Prof. Dr. Gerhard Dehm Dr. Steffen Brinckmann

Lecture S04: Experiments and Simulations Towards Understanding Tribology Across Length-Scales
Durable PEO surfaces on Al casting alloys

Dr. Anna Buling Jörg Zerrer

Poster S04: Experiments and Simulations Towards Understanding Tribology Across Length-Scales
Innovative Polymer Coating Systems – Applied by Laser Sintering Technique

Laura Guetse Dongmo Dr. Anna Buling Jörg Zerrer

Lecture S04: Experiments and Simulations Towards Understanding Tribology Across Length-Scales
Investigation into single dislocation wall formation in micro-wall sliding wear test

Dr. Wenzhen Xia Prof. Dr. Gerhard Dehm Dr. Steffen Brinckmann

Poster S04: Experiments and Simulations Towards Understanding Tribology Across Length-Scales
Laser surface texturing and the performance of tribological surfaces interacting with slurries

Yulong Li Dr. Paul Schreiber Dr. Johannes Schneider Dr. Christian Greiner

Lecture S04: Experiments and Simulations Towards Understanding Tribology Across Length-Scales
Sliding wear characteristics of Zr-based bulk metallic glass fabricated through laser powder bed fusion

Jan Wegner Dr. Bojan Mitevski Dr. Stefan Kleszczynski Prof. Dr. Gerd Witt Dr. Stefanie Hanke

Lecture S04: Experiments and Simulations Towards Understanding Tribology Across Length-Scales
Tribological properties of highly alloyed fcc materials

Antje Dollmann Dr. Alexander Kauffmann Dr. Dominic Linsler Beatrix Bieber Dr. Christian Greiner

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