Rolling and sliding of a nanorod between two planes: Tribological regimes and control of friction

Evstigneev M, Reimann P (2012)
Physical Review B 85(3).

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The motion of a cylindrical crystalline nanoparticle sandwiched between two crystalline planes, one stationary and the other pulled at a constant velocity and pressed down by a normal load, is considered theoretically using a planar model. The results of our model calculations show that, depending on load and velocity, the nanoparticle can be either rolling or sliding. At sufficiently high normal loads, several sliding states characterized by different friction forces can coexist, corresponding to different orientations of the nanoparticle, and allowing one to have low or high friction at the same pulling velocity and normal load.
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Evstigneev M, Reimann P. Rolling and sliding of a nanorod between two planes: Tribological regimes and control of friction. Physical Review B. 2012;85(3).
Evstigneev, M., & Reimann, P. (2012). Rolling and sliding of a nanorod between two planes: Tribological regimes and control of friction. Physical Review B, 85(3).
Evstigneev, M., and Reimann, P. (2012). Rolling and sliding of a nanorod between two planes: Tribological regimes and control of friction. Physical Review B 85.
Evstigneev, M., & Reimann, P., 2012. Rolling and sliding of a nanorod between two planes: Tribological regimes and control of friction. Physical Review B, 85(3).
M. Evstigneev and P. Reimann, “Rolling and sliding of a nanorod between two planes: Tribological regimes and control of friction”, Physical Review B, vol. 85, 2012.
Evstigneev, M., Reimann, P.: Rolling and sliding of a nanorod between two planes: Tribological regimes and control of friction. Physical Review B. 85, (2012).
Evstigneev, Mykhaylo, and Reimann, Peter. “Rolling and sliding of a nanorod between two planes: Tribological regimes and control of friction”. Physical Review B 85.3 (2012).
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