Minimal adhesion

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  • The principal concerns of our confused worldare still the fundamentalones offood, shelter,and warmth, aggravated by an awareness ofa growing humanpopulation,its economic and materialwell-being, andevensurvival, set against the finite resourcesof non-renewablefossil fuels and minerals, and the unequal access to them. World population is about 6.3 billion and growingat about 2%per annum,givinga doubling period of 35 years. Global energyproduction for 2005isprojected to be about 12600 million tonnesoil equivalent (TOE),an average of 2t perperson, very unevenly distributed.

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  • 598 Making Key Strategic Decisions She also finds that ACME’s customers are retail distributors of its products and the company does not have any significant customer concentration. Generally, relationships with customers have been long term. The company currently has numerous products in the adhesives and sealants area. ACME has several trademarks and several products that are well recognized as well as ACME’s name. Victoria determines through her research that the risk of product obsolescence or replacements by new products is a minimal risk to ACME.

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  • Bhushan, B. “Microscratching/Microwear, Nanofabrication/Nanomachining...” Handbook of Micro/Nanotribology. Ed. Bharat Bhushan Boca Raton: CRC Press LLC, 1999 © 1999 by CRC Press LLC Microscratching/ Microwear, Nanofabrication/ Nanomachining, and Nano/Picoindentation Using Atomic Force Microscopy Bharat Bhushan 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 Introduction Experimental Techniques AFM for Microscratching/Microwear and Nanoindentation • Nano/Picoindenter 7 Microscratching/Microwear Studies Nanofabrication/Nanomachining Studies Nano/Picoindentation Closure References 7.

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  • Wear of sliding surfaces can occur by one or more wear mechanisms, including adhesive, abrasive, fatigue, impact, corrosive, and fretting. The wear rate, a measure of wear, generally needs to be minimized (Bhushan, 1996). As the dimensions of components and loads used continue to decrease (such as in microelectromechanical systems or MEMS), scratching/wear and mechanical properties at the micro- to

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