Surface phenomena play a decisive role in the behaviour of engineering parts; their understanding and control are fundamental to the development of many advanced fields, such as: electronics, information technology, energy, optics, tribology, biology and biomimetics. Engineered surfaces rely on the control of surface characteristics to obtain a desired functional performance. This paper reports the advances in the state of the art considering the relationships between the properties of functional surfaces, their applications and the technologies to engineer surfaces. © 2008 CIRP.

Advances in engineered surfaces for functional performance

BRUZZONE, ALESSANDRO;LONARDO, PIETRO;
2008-01-01

Abstract

Surface phenomena play a decisive role in the behaviour of engineering parts; their understanding and control are fundamental to the development of many advanced fields, such as: electronics, information technology, energy, optics, tribology, biology and biomimetics. Engineered surfaces rely on the control of surface characteristics to obtain a desired functional performance. This paper reports the advances in the state of the art considering the relationships between the properties of functional surfaces, their applications and the technologies to engineer surfaces. © 2008 CIRP.
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