By A. Sethuramiah, Rajesh Kumar
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The junctions formed at asperities break in the sliding process leading to transfer of material. The break of junction may occur in the softer metal or at the interface depending on the shear strength of the interface. Larger transfer occurs when the interface is stronger than the softer material. Occasionally the harder material also can get transferred. The particles that are transferred Dry Wear Mechanisms and Modeling 59 grow with repeated contacts and eventually break into loose debris after fracture.
3 cSt at 100˚C. The winter grades range from 0 to 25 W. For winter grades special tests for low temperature cranking and pumping are also specified. Also a minimum for high shear viscosity at 150˚C is specified. High shear viscosity is important with regard to high shear zones like bearings. A minimum viscosity ensures reduced asperity contact. The performance with regard to detergency, sludge, corrosion, and wear are determined by special engine tests. These tests are necessary as simpler laboratory tests are unsatisfactory for this purpose.
5) is applicable. Assuming all heat is flowing to body I: ! 36 ˚C. 2 Theoretical Approach for Rough Surface Let us consider contact between two nominally flat surfaces. The actual contact occurs at asperities. Normally this real area of contact Ar is much lower than geometric contact area Ag . The relationship between real area of contact and constriction resistance has been studied by Holm  and Greenwood . If geometric contact area is circular with radius lg , and has n number of asperities with an average asperity radius a, then constriction resistance R can be found by treating n asperities as parallel resistance coupled with the geometric contact area resistance in series.