This monograph summarises results of research in some surface
phenomena, observed in mechanical treatment and friction. In
particular the book is devoted to urgent problems of the science of
friction and wear and provides insight into the mechanism of the
phenomena that cause, on the one hand, anomalously low coefficients
of friction and wear (the so-called selective transfer) and on the
other, dramatic damages of the surface layers during sliding
(hydrogen wear of metals). The nature of metal interaction during
sliding in selective transfer and hydrogen wear modes is analysed
in detail. Furthermore results of studies concerned with certain
aspects of phenomena appearing in the process of influencing
contacting surfaces and with detecting the relationship between the
observed characteristics and behavior of investigated materials in
the process of mechanical treatment and friction are presented. The
principle followed is to combine varied experimental facts,
physical concepts and investigation methods, which at first sight
appear to be unrelated, and using this approach to determine
Chapter one provides the reader with a general understanding of
fundamental surface phenomena which provide the background to their
dynamic interaction in mechanical treatment and under friction.
Chapter two deals with the laws governing influence of mechanical
effects on the surface. The third chapter presents the fundamentals
of the selective transfer theory under friction. Other chapters
deal with the possibilities of the Mossbauer electron spectroscopy
method, widely used in physics for solving tribology problems, the
influence of external electromotive force sources on contact
resistance and friction pairs' wear, and hydrogen wear of metals
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