Introduction. Refereeing. Keynote Address. Some fundamental differences in the adhesion and friction of rough versus smooth surfaces
(J. Israelachvili et al.).
Keynote Papers I.
An overview of current tribology problems in magnetic disk recording technology (F.E. Talke). Surface roughness in elastohydrodynamically lubricated contacts (C.H. Venner et al.). Applications of the micro-scale abrasion test for coatings and bulk materials (I.M. Hutchings).
Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication I - Theoretical. The contact of rough surfaces carrying pressure sensitive boundary layers (K.A. Blencoe, J.A. Williams). Elastohydrodynamically lubricated line contact based on the Navier-Stokes equations (C.T. Schäfer et al.).
Traction in EHL elliptical contacts with spin conditions
(P. Ehret et al.). A deterministic EHL model for point contacts in mixed lubrication regime (A.C. Redlich et al.). An in-depth investigation of the multigrid approach to steady and transient EHL problems (C.E. Goodyer et al.). Computer Heads, Magnetic Information Storage and Retrieval Systems I. Effect of adhesion on wear by plastic ratchetting (F.J. Franklin, A. Kapoor). Triboemission and tribology: an application to magnetic recording area (B. Bou-Said et al.). A new approach for characterising the roughness effects in compressible fluid contact (M. Jai et al.). Coatings and Surface Modification. Surface fatigue resistance of tool steel coated with thin brittle PVD layers (A.J. Huis in't Veld et al.). Manganese phosphating of gears and surface roughness consequence (H.J. Westberg et al.). Mechanical response of coated implant alloys (K.L. Dahm, P.A. Dearnley). Rebound hardness of electroplated coatings (K. Matsuda and M. Kaneta). Corrosion-wear mechanisms of 316L austenitic stainless steel with magnetron sputtered S-phase an