Volume 8 (4), September 2021, Pages 04-09

Jamaladdin Aslanov

 The head of the department, “Industrial machines” department, Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University, doctor of technical sciences, Azerbaijan.

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The study examined the diffusion phenomenon caused by compressive forces in tribotechnical nodes adhering to each other under high contact pressure and the mechanism of rupture of surfaces during surface fatigue. As a result, for two metal surfaces, depending on the nature of the touch, the gravitational and repulsive forces generated during the interaction in any environment are determined based on the number of touches and an analytical expression is obtained to calculate them.

Keywords: tribotechnical knot, mutual contact, diffusion phenomenon, surface attraction, molecular contact, mechanical contact.