Bo N. J. Persson mainly focuses on Contact mechanics, Composite material, Condensed matter physics, Contact area and Molecular physics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mechanics and Surface in addition to Contact mechanics. His is involved in several facets of Composite material study, as is seen by his studies on Natural rubber, Adhesion, Surface roughness and Elastic modulus.
His Surface roughness study deals with Fractal intersecting with Asperity, Surface finish and Geometry. His Condensed matter physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Heat transfer coefficient, Logarithm, van der Waals force and Chemisorption. The concepts of his Contact area study are interwoven with issues in Rough surface, Stress and Computer simulation.
Bo N. J. Persson spends much of his time researching Composite material, Mechanics, Natural rubber, Surface roughness and Contact mechanics. Bo N. J. Persson combines subjects such as Friction force and Classical mechanics, Dynamics with his study of Mechanics. His study looks at the relationship between Natural rubber and topics such as Viscoelasticity, which overlap with Modulus.
He works mostly in the field of Surface roughness, limiting it down to topics relating to Surface finish and, in certain cases, Optics and Elastic solids. His Contact mechanics study deals with Contact area intersecting with Molecular dynamics and Fractal. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Lubrication, Dielectric and Atomic physics is strongly linked to Condensed matter physics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Natural rubber, Surface roughness, Mechanics and Contact mechanics. His Natural rubber research includes themes of Glass transition, Dissipation, Adhesive, Substrate and Viscoelasticity. His Surface roughness research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Fluid dynamics, Surface finish, Surface and Condensed matter physics.
His studies deal with areas such as Contact angle, Friction force, Contact area, Classical mechanics and Transient as well as Mechanics. Bo N. J. Persson has researched Contact area in several fields, including Normal force, Nanotechnology and Molecular dynamics. His Contact mechanics research incorporates elements of Strength of materials, Electroadhesion and Deformation.
Bo N. J. Persson mainly investigates Natural rubber, Composite material, Viscoelasticity, Surface roughness and Contact mechanics. His work in Natural rubber addresses issues such as Dissipation, which are connected to fields such as Limiting case, Sliding contact, Internal friction and Heat equation. His Composite material research focuses on Work and how it connects with Conductivity, Interfacial thermal resistance and Nanoscopic scale.
His research in Surface roughness intersects with topics in Adhesion, Elasticity, Surface, Condensed matter physics and Numerical analysis. His Contact mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Acoustics, Surface finish, Contact area and Voltage. His research investigates the link between Surface finish and topics such as Mechanics that cross with problems in Classical mechanics and Road surface.
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Sliding Friction: Physical Principles and Applications
Bo N. J. Persson;Nicholas D. Spencer.
Theory of rubber friction and contact mechanics
B. N. J. Persson.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2001)
On the nature of surface roughness with application to contact mechanics, sealing, rubber friction and adhesion.
B N J Persson;O Albohr;U Tartaglino;U Tartaglino;A I Volokitin.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter (2005)
Contact mechanics for randomly rough surfaces
Bo N. J. Persson.
Surface Science Reports (2006)
Vibrational interaction between molecules adsorbed on a metal surface: The dipole-dipole interaction
B. N. J. Persson;R. Ryberg.
Physical Review B (1981)
Near-field radiative heat transfer and noncontact friction
A. I. Volokitin;B. N. J. Persson.
Reviews of Modern Physics (2007)
The effect of surface roughness on the adhesion of elastic plates with application to biological systems
B. N. J. Persson;S. Gorb.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2003)
Lateral Hopping of Molecules Induced by Excitation of Internal Vibration Mode
T. Komeda;Y. Kim;Maki Kawai;B. N. J. Persson.
Electron-hole-pair quenching of excited states near a metal
B. N. J. Persson;N. D. Lang.
Physical Review B (1982)
Vibrational lifetime for CO adsorbed on Cu(100)
B.N.J. Persson;M. Persson.
Solid State Communications (1980)
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