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Addressing the Green Tribology Advancement, Future Development, and Challenges

  • Surender KumarEmail author
  • Rabinder Singh Bharj
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Part of the Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies book series (SIST, volume 169)

Abstract

Green tribological processes have imparted a significant part in the progression of science and technology since the evaluation of civilization worldwide. Affordable resources of energy have always been in demand in many countries. The purpose behind this is the challenge which is being continuously created by increasing demand, environmental variation, and the requirement of reliable and sustainable energy sources. All safety-related requirements are identified easily in the premature state of system design and development through adopting all ethics of green tribology. All advancements in the different areas such as smart coatings, energy conservation in bearing, emission reduction in vehicles, the effect on wind turbines, super low friction and its wear are summarized in this paper. Most of the imminent development in the green tribological processes is also included in it.

Keywords

Quality of life Sustainability Safety in the system Energy saving Green tribology 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Mechanical Engineering DepartmentNIT JalandharJalandharIndia

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