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Olver, A. V.
Olver, Andrew Vernon
Olver, Andy
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Imperial College London
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Compression of a single transverse ridge in a circular elastohydrodynamic contact.
Correlation factors for the 2D coated Hertzian contact problem
Direct observations of a micropit in an elastohydrodynamic contact.
Direct observations of fretting wear of steel
effects of three-dimensional model surface roughness features on lubricant film thickness in EHL contacts., The
Entrainment and Inlet Suction: Two Mechanisms of Hydrodynamic Lubrication in Textured Bearings
Experimental investigation of the effect of speed and load on film thickness in elastohydrodynamic contact
Fatigue and fracture mechanisms in large rolling element bearings
influence of transverse roughness in thin film, mixed elastohydrodynamic lubrication., The
'Inlet suction', a load support mechanism in non-convergent, pocketed, hydrodynamic bearings
Interaction of Asperities on Opposing Surfaces in Thin Film, Mixed Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication
Limitations of thin film microtransducers in highly loaded contacts.
Limiting Solution for the Dependence of Film Thickness on Velocity in EHL Contacts with Very Thin Films, A
Lubrication of Rough Surfaces by a Boundary Film-Forming Viscosity Modifier Additive
mechanism of rolling contact fatigue: an update, The
mechanism of rolling contact fatigue, The : an update
Residual Stress Distribution in a Plastically Deformed Model Asperity, The
Rolling contact damage accumulation in two contrasting copper alloys.
Roughness in lubricated rolling contact: the dry contact limit
Shakedown Analysis of Simple Spur Gears, A
Stress history in rolling/sliding contact of rough surfaces.
study of churning losses in dip-lubricated spur gears., A
Testing transmission lubricants: the importance of thermal response.
Wear of hard steel in lubricated, rolling contact
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PROCEEDINGS- INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART J JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING TRIBOLOGY
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