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Effect of organic friction modifiers on lubrication of PEEK-steel contact

Effect of organic friction modifiers on lubrication of PEEK-steel contact
Effect of organic friction modifiers on lubrication of PEEK-steel contact
The rapid adoption of the advantageous PEEK/steel pairing in many tribological applications has prompted intense research to optimize its lubrication. Thus, the role of organic friction modifiers (OFMs) in improving the lubrication of PEEK-steel contacts has been studied and their mechanism explained. Their effect on friction and wear depends on the type of contact motion (i.e. sliding or sliding-rolling) and the steel surface roughness. N-oleoyl sarcosine had a significant effect on tribological properties due to its ability to absorb strongly on both materials, inhibit the formation of PEEK transfer films on steel and thus exert either a positive or negative effect depending on the test conditions.
Polyetheretherketone (PEEK), Organic friction modifiers (OFMs), Mixed and boundary lubrication,, Sliding and sliding- rolling
0301-679X
Tatsumi, Go
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Ratoi, Monica
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Mellor, Brian
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Shitara, Yuji
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Sakamoto, K.
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Tatsumi, Go
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Ratoi, Monica
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Mellor, Brian
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Shitara, Yuji
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Sakamoto, K.
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Tatsumi, Go, Ratoi, Monica, Mellor, Brian, Shitara, Yuji and Sakamoto, K. (2020) Effect of organic friction modifiers on lubrication of PEEK-steel contact. Tribology International, [106513]. (doi:10.1016/j.triboint.2020.106513).

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The rapid adoption of the advantageous PEEK/steel pairing in many tribological applications has prompted intense research to optimize its lubrication. Thus, the role of organic friction modifiers (OFMs) in improving the lubrication of PEEK-steel contacts has been studied and their mechanism explained. Their effect on friction and wear depends on the type of contact motion (i.e. sliding or sliding-rolling) and the steel surface roughness. N-oleoyl sarcosine had a significant effect on tribological properties due to its ability to absorb strongly on both materials, inhibit the formation of PEEK transfer films on steel and thus exert either a positive or negative effect depending on the test conditions.

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Accepted/In Press date: 14 June 2020
Published date: 23 June 2020
Keywords: Polyetheretherketone (PEEK), Organic friction modifiers (OFMs), Mixed and boundary lubrication,, Sliding and sliding- rolling

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Local EPrints ID: 442061
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/442061
ISSN: 0301-679X
PURE UUID: c71879b6-e741-4699-9a89-363f1fc9c194

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Date deposited: 06 Jul 2020 16:31
Last modified: 06 Oct 2020 17:16

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