His primary areas of study are Composite material, Lubrication, Nanotechnology, Tribology and Lubricant. The Composite material study which covers Amorphous solid that intersects with Surface layer. The various areas that Jianbin Luo examines in his Lubrication study include Superlubricity, Thin film, Layer, Contact area and Chemical engineering.
His work deals with themes such as Deformation, Quantum dot solar cell and Elastic modulus, which intersect with Nanotechnology. His research investigates the connection between Tribology and topics such as Nanoparticle that intersect with problems in Diamond and Composite coating. He has researched Lubricant in several fields, including Fretting, Black phosphorus and Particle size.
Jianbin Luo mainly investigates Composite material, Lubrication, Chemical engineering, Tribology and Superlubricity. His Composite material research includes elements of Thin film, Nanotechnology and Graphene. His study in Graphene is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Graphite and Oxide.
Jianbin Luo works mostly in the field of Lubrication, limiting it down to topics relating to Lubricant and, in certain cases, Intensity, as a part of the same area of interest. His research integrates issues of Molecule, Adsorption and Aqueous solution in his study of Chemical engineering. The Superlubricity study combines topics in areas such as Friction coefficient and Ion.
Composite material, Lubrication, Superlubricity, Tribology and Chemical engineering are his primary areas of study. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Graphene and Composite material. His Lubrication research integrates issues from Thin film, Contact pressure, Contact area and Lubricant.
Jianbin Luo has included themes like Friction coefficient, Diamond-like carbon, Nanoscopic scale, Amorphous carbon and Layer in his Superlubricity study. Jianbin Luo interconnects Durability, Nanotechnology, Nanomaterials, Molybdenum disulfide and Carbon in the investigation of issues within Tribology. His Chemical engineering course of study focuses on Molecule and Chemical physics.
His main research concerns Lubrication, Graphene, Chemical engineering, Composite material and Superlubricity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Thin film, Rubbing and Lubricant in addition to Lubrication. His Lubricant research focuses on Adsorption and how it connects with Chemical polarity.
His research in Graphene intersects with topics in Tribology, Oxide, Chemical vapor deposition and Lubricity. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Carbon film, Silicon and Amorphous carbon. His Superlubricity research incorporates themes from Ethylene glycol, Molecule, Ion, Composite number and Aqueous solution.
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Mechanical properties of nanoparticles: basics and applications
Dan Guo;Guoxin Xie;Jianbin Luo.
Journal of Physics D (2014)
Double-walled carbon nanotube solar cells
Jinquan Wei;Yi Jia;Qinke Shu;Zhiyi Gu.
Nano Letters (2007)
Thin film lubrication. Part I. Study on the transition between EHL and thin film lubrication using a relative optical interference intensity technique
Jianbin Luo;Shizhu Wen;Ping Huang.
Marangoni flow in an evaporating water droplet
Xuefeng Xu;Jianbin Luo.
Applied Physics Letters (2007)
Nanotube–Silicon Heterojunction Solar Cells
Yi Jia;Yi Jia;Jinquan Wei;Kunlin Wang;Anyuan Cao.
Advanced Materials (2008)
Robust microscale superlubricity under high contact pressure enabled by graphene-coated microsphere.
Shu-Wei Liu;Hua-Ping Wang;Qiang Xu;Tian-Bao Ma.
Nature Communications (2017)
An investigation on the tribological properties of multilayer graphene and MoS2 nanosheets as additives used in hydraulic applications
Jun Zhao;Yongyong He;Yongfu Wang;Wei Wang.
Tribology International (2016)
CMP of hard disk substrate using a colloidal SiO2 slurry: preliminary experimental investigation
Hong Lei;Jianbin Luo.
Superlubricity Behavior with Phosphoric Acid–Water Network Induced by Rubbing
Jinjin Li;Chenhui Zhang;Jianbin Luo.
Evolution of tribo-induced interfacial nanostructures governing superlubricity in a-C:H and a-C:H:Si films.
Xinchun Chen;Chenhui Zhang;Takahisa Kato;Xin-an Yang.
Nature Communications (2017)
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