Modeling and simulation in tribology across scales: An overview

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  • A.I. Vakis, University of Groningen, Holland
  • V.A. Yastrebov, Ecole des Mines de Paris / ParisTech, Frankrig
  • J. Scheibert, Environmental Microbial Genomics Group, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, Universite de Lyon, Frankrig
  • L. Nicola, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands, Holland
  • D. Dini, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom., Storbritannien
  • C. Minfray, University Lyon
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  • A. Almqvist, Luleå University of Technology, Sverige
  • M. Paggi, IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca, Italien
  • Seunghwan Lee, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Danmark
  • G. Limbert, University of Southampton, University of Cape Town, Storbritannien
  • J.F. Molinari, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Schweiz
  • G. Anciaux, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Schweiz
  • R. Aghababaei
  • S. Echeverri Restrepo, King's College London, Storbritannien
  • A. Papangelo, Hamburg University of Technology, Tyskland
  • A. Cammarata, Czech Technical University in Prague, Tjekkiet
  • C. Putignano, Politecnico di Bari, Italien
  • G. Carbone, Politecnico di Bari, Italien
  • S. Stupkiewicz, Polish Academy of Sciences, Polen
  • J. Lengiewicz, Polish Academy of Sciences, Polen
  • G. Costagliola, University of Torino, Italien
  • F. Bosia, University of Torino, Italien
  • R. Guarino, University of Trento, Italy, Italien
  • N.M. Pugno, Queen Mary University of London, Storbritannien
  • M.H. Müser, Saarland University, Tyskland
  • M. Ciavarella, Politecnico di Bari, Italien
This review summarizes recent advances in the area of tribology based on the outcome of a Lorentz Center workshop surveying various physical, chemical and mechanical phenomena across scales. Among the main themes discussed were those of rough surface representations, the breakdown of continuum theories at the nano- and micro-scales, as well as multiscale and multiphysics aspects for analytical and computational models relevant to applications spanning a variety of sectors, from automotive to biotribology and nanotechnology. Significant effort is still required to account for complementary nonlinear effects of plasticity, adhesion, friction, wear, lubrication and surface chemistry in tribological models. For each topic, we propose some research directions.
TidsskriftTribology International
Sider (fra-til)169-199
Antal sider31
StatusUdgivet - 2018


  • Tribology, Multiscale modeling, Multiphysics modeling, Roughness, Contact, Friction, Adhesion, Wear, Lubrication, Tribochemistry

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