Q. Jane Wang focuses on Lubrication, Tribology, Mathematical analysis, Surface and Geometry. Q. Jane Wang interconnects Surface finish, Engineering drawing, Optics, Surface roughness and Contact mechanics in the investigation of issues within Lubrication. Surface finish is a subfield of Composite material that Q. Jane Wang explores.
His Contact mechanics research integrates issues from von Mises yield criterion, Mechanics and Nanotribology. His Mathematical analysis study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Isotropy and Fast Fourier transform. His study in Geometry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Space and Indentation.
His main research concerns Lubrication, Mechanics, Composite material, Surface roughness and Stress. His Lubrication research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Tribology, Surface finish, Bearing and Lubricant. His Mechanics research includes themes of Fast Fourier transform, Frequency response, Surface, Contact area and Contact mechanics.
His study explores the link between Fast Fourier transform and topics such as Mathematical analysis that cross with problems in Isotropy. Q. Jane Wang regularly ties together related areas like Engineering drawing in his Surface roughness studies. His work deals with themes such as Structural engineering, Plasticity and Shear stress, which intersect with Stress.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Lubrication, Mechanics, Fast Fourier transform, Composite material and Mathematical analysis. His Lubrication study is concerned with the field of Mechanical engineering as a whole. Q. Jane Wang has included themes like Transient, Boundary value problem, Frequency response, Slip and Viscoelasticity in his Mechanics study.
His Stress, Creep and Alloy study in the realm of Composite material interacts with subjects such as Microscale chemistry. The concepts of his Mathematical analysis study are interwoven with issues in Thermal conduction, Steady state and Finite element method. His work in Surface roughness addresses subjects such as Surface, which are connected to disciplines such as Distribution and Half-space.
His primary areas of investigation include Lubrication, Fast Fourier transform, Composite material, Mathematical analysis and Half-space. His studies deal with areas such as Seal, Coating and Tribology as well as Lubrication. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Frequency response, Contact analysis, Mechanics and Convolution.
His Composite material research includes elements of Separator, Electrolyte, Metal and Contact mechanics. Q. Jane Wang has included themes like Steady state and Finite element method in his Mathematical analysis study. Q. Jane Wang works mostly in the field of Half-space, limiting it down to topics relating to Surface and, in certain cases, Surface roughness.
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Micro-Textures in Concentrated Conformal-Contact Lubrication: Effects of Texture Bottom Shape and Surface Relative Motion
Toshikazu Nanbu;Ning Ren;Yoshiteru Yasuda;Dong Zhu.
Tribology Letters (2008)
Encyclopedia of tribology
Q. Jane Wang;Yip-wah Chung.
A review of recent works on inclusions
Kun Zhou;Hsin Jen Hoh;Xu Wang;Leon M. Keer.
Mechanics of Materials (2013)
Virtual Texturing: Modeling the Performance of Lubricated Contacts of Engineered Surfaces
Q. Jane Wang;Dong Zhu.
Journal of Tribology-transactions of The Asme (2005)
Surface Texture Effect on Friction of a Microtextured Poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS)
Bo He;Wei Chen;Q. Jane Wang.
Tribology Letters (2008)
Effects of Differential Scheme and Mesh Density on EHL Film Thickness in Point Contacts
Yuchuan Liu;Q. Jane Wang;Wenzhong Wang;Yuanzhong Hu.
Journal of Tribology-transactions of The Asme (2006)
Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication: A Gateway to Interfacial Mechanics—Review and Prospect
Dong Zhu;Q. Jane Wang.
Journal of Tribology-transactions of The Asme (2011)
A Quantitative Solution for the Full Shear-Thinning EHL Point Contact Problem Including Traction
Yuchuan Liu;Q. Jane Wang;Scott Bair;Philippe Vergne.
Tribology Letters (2007)
Study on effect of dimples on friction of parallel surfaces under different sliding conditions
Fanming Meng;Fanming Meng;Rui zhou;Tiffany Davis;Jian Cao.
Applied Surface Science (2010)
Fast Fourier Transform Based Numerical Methods for Elasto-Plastic Contacts of Nominally Flat Surfaces
W. Wayne Chen;Shuangbiao Liu;Q. Jane Wang.
Journal of Applied Mechanics (2008)
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