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Research Article Open Access
In this work the tribofilm development mechanisms in three severity levels on the field application were correlated with those simulated in a pin-on-disc tribometer. It was found that the tribofilm characteristics depend on the severity of application. In addition, the pin-on-disc tribometer can reproduce the same mechanisms that were identified on the field, due to the parity between the tribosystem characteristics of test model and field condition.
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