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Instructions for Contact Mechanics:

contact mechanics is a branch of mechanics that deals with the study of interactions between solid surfaces in contact.
Contact Analysis:
Investigate the behavior of materials when they come into contact with one another, focusing on factors such as stress, deformation, and friction at the contact interface.
Material Selection:
Understand the importance of choosing appropriate materials for contact applications to optimize performance and minimize wear and damage.
Lubrication:
Explore lubrication techniques and strategies to reduce friction and wear in mechanical systems, including boundary, mixed, and hydrodynamic lubrication.
Surface Roughness:
 Study the influence of surface roughness on contact mechanics, considering its effects on contact area, stress distribution, and wear.
Tribology:
Examine the interdisciplinary field of tribology, which encompasses the study of friction, wear, and lubrication in contact systems, with applications in engineering and industry.
Contact mechanics

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