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Lenauer C., Jech M.: Radionuclide Methods, ASM Handbook, Vol 18, ASM Int., ISBN 978-0-87170-380-4, 2017

Keywords: radioactive isotope, wear measurement, thin layer activation, continuous wear measurement


Scheichl B.: Time-mean turbulent shear flows: classical modelling - asymptotic analysis - new perspectives, Vol 2, p 71-108, ISBN 978-1-78634-025-2, DOI 10.1142/9781786340276_0003, 2016

Keywords: turbulent, shear flows, classical modelling, asymptotic analysis


Pauschitz A., Roy M.: High temperature sliding wear of thermal sprayed coatings, Thermal sprayed coatings, p 163-192, IGI Global, DOI 10.4018/978-1-4666-7489-9, ISBN 9781466674899, 2015

Keywords: high-temperature, sliding wear, thermal spray coating


Hernandez S.: High temperature wear processes: part I, ISBN 978-91-7439-890-8, 2014

Keywords: wear mechanism map, tool steel, boron steel, elevated temperature, oxidised layer


Vengudusamy B., Grafl A., Siegert W., Preinfalk K., Schöfmann W.: Tribocoatings from DLC and aqueous solutions with improved tribological properties - future energy savers, Vol 67, ISBN -10 3874802809, ISBN -13 978-3874802802, 2013

Keywords: Ni-P coating, lubricant, friction, wear, DLC, coating


Borodich F.M., Bianchi D.: Surface synthesis based on surface statistics, Vol 2, p 3472-3478, DOI 10.1007/978-0-387-92897-5_309, 2013

Keywords: modelling, roughness


Tomala A., Gocerler H., Gebeshuber I.C.: Bridging nano- and microtriblogy in mechanical and biomolecular layers, Vol. III, chap.16, p 431-483, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-25414-7_16, ISBN 978-3-642-25413-0, 2013

Keywords: friction reduction, surface characterization, thin mechanical layer, thin biological layer, chemisorbtion, physisorbtion, additive film


Totolin M.I., Totolin V.: Non-equilibrium plasma modifications of cellulose materials, ISBN 978-606-13-0591-9, 2011

Keywords: cold plasma, flame retardant, XPS, surface modification, cellulose


Ilincic S., Vorlaufer G., Franek F., Pauschitz A.: Surface variation in tribological processes, Chapter No 968, ISBN 978-0387-92896-8, DOI 10.1007/978-0-387-92897-5_968, 2011

Keywords: wear quantification, topography data, sliding wear, contact mechanics, contact, rough, surface, fractal


Vorlaufer G., Ilincic S., Franek F., Pauschitz A.: Wear quantification by comparison by surface topography data, Chapter No 967, DOI 10.1007/978-0-387-92897-5, ISBN 978-0387-92896-8, 2011

Keywords: abrasive wear, adhesive wear, asperity, confocal microscopy, fretting wear, impact wear, interferometry, AFM, roughness


Schneidhofer C., Sen S., Dörr N.: Determination of the impact of biogas on the engine oil condition using a sensor based on corrosiveness, p 577-596, ISBN 978-953-307-178-7, 2011

Keywords: biogas, oil condition monitoring, corrosion sensor


Lazarev V.E.: Increasing the service of life of the injection nozzles for diesel engines , p 260, 2010

Keywords: injection nozzle, diesel engine


Kajdas C.: Physical and chemical phenomena related to tribochemistry, Vol 12, p 383-412, ISBN 81-7895-221-1, 2007

Keywords: friction contact, tribochemistry, interacting surfaces, relative motion


Gebeshuber I.C., Drack M., Aumayr F., Störi H., Winter HP., Franek F.: Scanning probe microscopy: from living cells to the subatomic range, p 27-53, ISBN 3540262423, 2006

Keywords: atomic force microscope, living cells, in vivo investigation, molecule, nanodefect, biogenic adhesive, proteins, diatoms


Dörr N., Kenesey E., Ötsch C., Ecker A., Pauschitz A., Franek F.: Evaluation of ionic liquids for the application as lubricants, No 48, p 123-130, ISBN 0-444-51687-5, 2005

Keywords: ionic liquid, tribo-metrology, wetting, corrosion, tribological properties


Gebeshuber I.C., Stachelberger H., Drack M.: Diatom tribology, No 48, p 365-370, ISBN 0-444-51687-5, 2005

Keywords: bio-nano-tribology, natural lubricant, biomimetics, diatoms, natural adhesive, environmentally friendly material


Kolm R., Gebeshuber I.C., Kenesey E., Ecker A., Pauschitz A., Werner W.S.M., Störi H.: Tribochemistry of mono molecular additive films on metal surfaces, investigated by ESCA and HFRR, Nr. 48, p 269-282, ISBN 0-444-51687-5, 2005

Keywords: ESCA, steel, copper, lubricant, additive, AR-XPS, HFRR, hydroxyquinoline, microtribology, nanotribology, macroscale, tribology


Gebeshuber I.C., Smith R.A.P., Aumayr F., Winter HP.: Scanning probe microscopy: from cells to single atoms, NATO Security through Science Series B: Physics and Biophysics - Vol 3, p 139-165, ISBN 1-4020-3614-0, ISBN 1-4020-3615-9 (PB), ISBN 978-1-4020-3615-6 (PB), ISBN 1-4020-3614-0 (HB), ISBN 978-1-4020-3614-9 (HB), 2005

Keywords: single living cells, sub-atomic, single spin, SEM, STM, AFM, chaperonins, proteins, in vivo, nanodefect, silicon


Jagenbrein A., Buschbeck F., Gröschl M., Preisinger G.: Untersuchung elektrisch bedingter Schädigungsmechanismen von Wälzlagern, p 31-39, 2005

Keywords: bearing damage, current passage, frequency converter, parasitic capacity, current loop, stationary test rig


Pauschitz A., Kajdas C., Dörr N., Kenesey E., Franek F., Majzner M.: Tribological Investigations of Biologically Friendly Lubricants, p II.13-II.17, ISBN 83-7204-449-X, 2005

Keywords: biologically friendly lubricant, Brugger-test, solid-particle-erosion-test, wear topography, 3D-profilometry


Kenesey E., Ecker A.: How substituents of heteroaromatics influence the lubricity of diesel fuel, p 378-394, ISBN 83-88443-61-5, 2004

Keywords: ultra low sulphur diesel, tribology, functional groups, aromatic substance, heteroaromatic substance, lubricity, additive


Majzner M., Kajdas C., Ecker A., Dörr N.: Diesel fuel lubricity - a review, p 357-377, ISBN 83-88443-61-5, 2004

Keywords: ball-on-disc, tribometer, low-sulphur diesel, fatty acid, FTIR microscope, aromatic sulphur compound, lubricant


Monetti C., Pauschitz A.: Materials for medical applications-investigation on HIP joint balls, p 512-521, ISBN 83-88443-61-5, 2004

Keywords: artificial hip joint ball, cobalt-chrome-molybdenum alloy, SEM, metallographical investigation, etching, microstructure


Pauschitz A., Kajdas C., Franek F.: Tribological investigations of biologically friendly lubricants, p 450-468, ISBN 83-88443-61-5, 2004

Keywords: biologically friendly lubricant, Brugger-test, solid-particle-erosion-test, wear


Roy M., Kvasnica S., Pauschitz A., Fallmann W., Franek F.: An AFM study to evaluate the nanotribological properties of Ti containing hard carbon/carbide coating, p 194-206, ISBN 83-88443-61-5, 2004

Keywords: AFM, nanotribology, hard carbon coating, friction, wear


Roy M., Stack M.: An electrochemical technique to measure the wear of metals, p 221-231, ISBN 83-88443-61-5, 2004

Keywords: electrochemistry, wear, artificial hip joint, corrosion, potentiodynamic measurement


Vorlaufer G., Hilleret N., Störi H.: Treatment of surfaces for ultrahigh vacuum applications using free radicals, p 300-301, ISBN 83-88443-61-5, 2004

Keywords: ultra-high vacuum, free radicals, surface treatment, microwave plasma, electron-stimulated desorption


Agoston A., Ötsch C., Jakoby B.: Evaluation of sensors for online oil condition monitoring, p I.13-I.16, ISBN 83-70204-418-X, 2004

Keywords: online condition monitoring, engine oil, monitoring-system, microacoustic, sensor


Jisa R., Zehethofer G., Kelman P., Pauschitz A.: Topographic and Metallographic Characterisation of tribological stressed surfaces, p IV.17-IV.20, ISBN 83-70204-418-X, 2004

Keywords: surface analysis, tribological process, tensiometry, FIB, AES, XPS, SIMS, AFM, profilometry, SEM


Franek F.: The Austrian Center of Competence for Tribology - a nucleus for interdisciplinary research, p 469-487, ISBN 83-88443-61-5, 2004

Keywords: tribology, competence center, functional surface, lubricant, lubricant, system engineering


Pauschitz A., Roy M., Franek F.: Identification of the mechanisms of wear during sliding of metallic materials at elevated temperature using an optical interferometer, Nr. 43, p 721-730, ISBN 044451706-05, 2004

Keywords: layer formation, wear mechanisms, high-temperature test rig, surface roughness, 3D-surface topography


Pauschitz A., Roy M.: Improvement of elevated temperature wear resistance of 253 MA alloy with thermally sprayed Cr3C2-25(Ni20Cr) coating, p 406-411, 2004

Keywords: high-temperature wear, micro alloying, 253 MA, thermal spraying


Roy M., Pauschitz A., Franek F.: Sliding wear behaviour of nanocrystalline Cr3C2-25(Ni20Cr) coating at elevated temperature, No 41, p 141-149, ISBN 0-444-51243-8, 2003

Keywords: nano-crystalline grains, thermal spraying, coating, friction, wear map, SEM, XRD, TEM