2012

Increased Steel Surface Friction

An organization seeks innovative processes or coatings for steel. The application requires that a normal force be applied between two lubricated steel surfaces. Excessive normal force results in system power losses and increase in wear; the desired solution will permanently increase the coefficient of friction so that the normal force can be minimized. Solutions could be based around altering or hardening the surface of the steel, or applying a coating to the steel or another material.


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