Quantum effects in tribology / Dmitry N. Lyubimov (Director for Science of Engineering Center, Lyubimov & Co. Ltd., Shakhty, Rostov Region, Russia), Kirill N. Dolgopolov (Leading Engineer, Laboratory of Nanotechnology and New Materials, Rostov State Transport University, Rostov-on-Don, Rostov Region, Russia) ; with assistance from L.S. Pinchuk

By: Contributor(s): Resource type: Ressourcentyp: Buch (Online)Book (Online)Language: English Publisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017Description: 1 Online-Ressource (viii, 188 pages)Subject(s): Additional physical formats: 1351649515. | 9781351649513. | 1498763634 | 1498763642. | 9781498763646. | Erscheint auch als: 9781498763646 Druck-AusgabeMSC: MSC: *81-02 | 81S22 | 81Q05 | 74Mxx | 70F40 | 76D08 | 81P05 | 81P15 | 81P40 | 00A79LOC classification:
  • TJ1075
Online resources: Summary: "Quantum Effects in Tribology is devoted to the study of quantum foundations of materials friction interaction and evolutionary formation of tribosystem's operating parameters. At the start of the book, large consideration is given to the analysis of the existing diversity of friction, wear, and lubrication models and their relationship with each other, as well as to the quantum nature of the measurement process and the wave function reduction caused by the act of measurement. Consideration of measurement as a process of defining the output parameters of tribosystem is carried out with the apparatus of second quantization and conceptions associated with non-local quantum effects. Such an approach makes it possible not only to take another look to the evolution of tribosystems but discover previously unknown regularities of friction. The book is intended for professionals working in the field of tribology, but will be also useful for graduate students specializing in the theory of friction and quantum physics."--Provided by publisherSummary: Information Contents of Quantum ParametersChanges in Physical Parameters of Quantum Systems as a Result of Measurement; Chapter 3 Quantum Spaces of Tribosystems; The Concept of Linear Vector Spaces; Linear Spaces in Quantum Mechanics; Relation between the Quantum Values for Dimensional Subspaces; Spatial Transformations in Quantum Mechanics; Transitions between Subspaces in a Quantum Tribosystem; Chapter 4 Quantum Dynamics of Tribosystems; Minkowski Space as the Observable Tribosystem World; Quantum Principle of Least Action (Feynman Diagrams and Tribosystem Wave Function)Summary: Information Contents of Quantum ParametersChanges in Physical Parameters of Quantum Systems as a Result of Measurement; Chapter 3 Quantum Spaces of Tribosystems; The Concept of Linear Vector Spaces; Linear Spaces in Quantum Mechanics; Relation between the Quantum Values for Dimensional Subspaces; Spatial Transformations in Quantum Mechanics; Transitions between Subspaces in a Quantum Tribosystem; Chapter 4 Quantum Dynamics of Tribosystems; Minkowski Space as the Observable Tribosystem World; Quantum Principle of Least Action (Feynman Diagrams and Tribosystem Wave Function)Summary: "Quantum Effects in Tribology is devoted to the study of quantum foundations of materials friction interaction and evolutionary formation of tribosystem's operating parameters. At the start of the book, large consideration is given to the analysis of the existing diversity of friction, wear, and lubrication models and their relationship with each other, as well as to the quantum nature of the measurement process and the wave function reduction caused by the act of measurement. Consideration of measurement as a process of defining the output parameters of tribosystem is carried out with the apparatus of second quantization and conceptions associated with non-local quantum effects. Such an approach makes it possible not only to take another look to the evolution of tribosystems but discover previously unknown regularities of friction. The book is intended for professionals working in the field of tribology, but will be also useful for graduate students specializing in the theory of friction and quantum physics."--Provided by publisherPPN: PPN: 898053013Package identifier: Produktsigel: ZDB-4-NLEBK
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