Tribology impact references

 

Reports on impact of tribology on economy, energy use and environment

  • Jost HP (ed.). Lubrication (Tribology) – A report on the present position and industry’s needs. Department of Education and Science, H. M. Stationary Office, London, UK, 1966.
  • JSPMI. State-of-art report on lubrication practice in Japan (in Japanese). Technical Research Institute, Japan Society for the Promotion of Machine Industry, Japan, Research Report, 1970.
  • Jost HP. Economic impact of tribology. National Bureau of Standards special publication 423, Proc. 20th Meeting of the Mechanical Failures Prevention Group, 8-10.5.1974, Gaithersburg, USA.
  • Research Report T76-36 Tribologie (Code BMFT-FB-T76-36). Bundesministerium fur Forschung und Technologie (Federal Ministry for Research and Technology), West Germany, 1976.
  • ASME 1977. Strategy for energy conservation through tribology. ASME, New York, 1977
  • ASME 1981. Strategy for energy conservation through tribology. 2nd edition, ASME, New York, 1981
  • Jost HP. Schoefield J, Energy saving through tribology: A techno-economic study. Proc Instn Mech Engrs 195: 151-173 (1981)
  • An investigation on the application of tribology in China. A report by the Tribology Institution of the Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society, September 1986, Beijing, China.
  • Jost PH. Tribology – origin and future. Wear 136: 1-17 (1990)
  • Xie YB, Zhang SW. Tribology Science and Engineering Application Status and Development Strategy – Investigation on the status and role of tribology in industrial energy conservation, consumption reduction and emission reduction (in Chinese). Higher Education Press, Beijing  2009
  • Holmberg K, Andersson P, Erdemir A. Global energy consumption due to friction in passenger cars. Tribology International 47: 221-234 (2012)
  • Kimura Y, Green tribology: Its significance and our tasks. Journal of Japanese Society of Tribologists 57: 780-785 (2012)
  • Sasaki S, Green new deal and tribology. Journal of Japanese Society of Tribologists 57: 786-793 (2012)
  • Holmberg K, Siilasto R, Laitinen T, Andersson P, Jäsberg A. Global energy consumption due to friction in paper machines. Tribology International 62: 58-77 (2013)
  • Holmberg K, Andersson P, Nylund PO, Mäkelä K, Erdemir A. Global energy consumption due to friction in trucks and buses. Tribology International 78: 94-114 (2014)
  • Erdemir A, Holmberg K. Energy consumption due to friction in motored vehicles and low-friction coatings to reduce it. In:  Cha SC, Erdemir A (eds), Coating Technology for Vehicle Applications. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, 1-23 (2015)
  • Nakamura T, Improvement of fuel efficiency of passenger cars by taking advantage of tribology. Journal of Japanese Society of Tribologists 61: 65-70 (2016)
  • Suzuki A, Forecasting of automotive resource saving and energy saving. Journal of Japanese Society of Tribologists 61: 109-115 (2016)
  • Holmberg K, Kivikytö-Reponen P, Härkisaari P, Valtonen K, Erdemir A. Global energy consumption due to friction and wear in the mining industry. Tribology International 115: 116-139 (2017)
  • Holmberg K, Erdemir A, Influence of tribology on global energy consumption, costs and emissions. Friction 5: 263-284 (2017)
  • Lee PM, Carpick R (eds). Tribological opportunities for enhancing America’s energy efficiency. A report to the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) at the U.S. Department of Energy, 14.2.2017.
  • Holmberg K, Erdemir A, The impact of tribology on energy use and CO2 emission globally and in combustion engine and electric cars. Tribology International 135: 389-396 (2019)