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Anne Neville
University of Leeds
509Publications
39H-index
5,722Citations
Publications 509
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2019 in Applied Surface Science [IF: 4.44]
Richard Barker12
Estimated H-index: 12
(University of Leeds),
I. Al Shaaili (University of Leeds), R.A. De Motte2
Estimated H-index: 2
(University of Leeds)
... more
Abstract This work investigates the Corrosion Layer Accumulation Rate (CLAR) of iron carbonate (FeCO 3 ) onto X65 carbon steel in carbon dioxide containing environments using the direct method of corrosion layer mass gain measurement. Glass cell experiments were performed at 80°C and pH 6.3 or 6.8 over a range of bulk FeCO 3 saturation ratios using both actively corroding carbon steel and steel pre-filmed with FeCO 3 . The CLARs obtained from experiments using actively corroding samples displaye...
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2019 in Tribology International [IF: 3.25]
Abdullah Azam , Abdel Dorgham1
Estimated H-index: 1
,
Ardian Morina18
Estimated H-index: 18
... more
Most power transmitting components operate under mixed lubrication conditions. Concentrated pressures and smaller lubricant film thickness may cause surface and subsurface stresses to exceed the material yield limit causing permanent geometrical changes. A model was developed to include elastoplastic behaviour within a deterministic unified mixed lubrication framework. Model details are presented and the model is validated against published simulation data. A parametric study to address the effe...
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Abdel Dorgham1
Estimated H-index: 1
(University of Leeds),
Abdullah Azam (University of Leeds), Ardian Morina18
Estimated H-index: 18
(University of Leeds)
... more
Despite the ubiquitous use of the zinc dialkyldithiophosphate (ZDDP) as antiwear additive, no complete information is yet available on its exact decomposition reactions and kinetics to form triboreactive protective films on contacting surfaces. This hinders the replacement of ZDDP with more environmental friendly additives of similar antiwear capabilities. Using a multi-technique approach, this study shows that before the formation of a phosphate-rich protective film, the decomposition of ZDDP p...
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2018 in Nanotechnology [IF: 1.90]
Abdel Dorgham1
Estimated H-index: 1
,
Chun Wang7
Estimated H-index: 7
,
Ardian Morina18
Estimated H-index: 18
... more
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Ra De Motte , Richard Barker12
Estimated H-index: 12
,
D. Burkle3
Estimated H-index: 3
... more
In a carbon dioxide (CO₂) corrosive environment, when the product of the local concentrations of iron (Fe²⁺) and carbonate (CO₃²⁻) ions exceed the solubility limit, the precipitation of iron carbonate (FeCO₃) on the internal walls of carbon steel pipelines can significantly reduce the corrosion rate. In the following work, static glass cell corrosion experiments were conducted to understand the precipitation behavior in the early stages of FeCO₃ development and the factors favorable to protectiv...
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2018 in Langmuir [IF: 3.79]
Dichu Xu (Zhejiang University), Chun Wang7
Estimated H-index: 7
(University of Leeds),
Cayetano Espejo (University of Leeds)... more
Among friction modifier lubricant additives, molybdenum dialkyldithiocarbamate (MoDTC) provides excellent friction behavior in boundary lubricated tribocontacts. It is well established that the low friction obtained with MoDTC is as a result of the formation of lattice structure MoS₂ nanosheets. However, the relationship between the molybdenum species quantity, its distribution on the contact surface, and the friction behavior is not yet fully understood. In this work, Raman microscopy and atomi...
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Ali Ghanbarzadeh5
Estimated H-index: 5
(University of Leeds),
Farnaz Motamen Salehi (University of Leeds), Michael Bryant8
Estimated H-index: 8
(University of Leeds)
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Farnaz Motamen Salehi (University of Leeds), Anne Neville39
Estimated H-index: 39
(University of Leeds),
Michael Bryant8
Estimated H-index: 8
(University of Leeds)
Friction, shear forces and moisture between the human skin and textiles are important factors affecting skin injuries such as blisters, abrasions and decubitus ulcers. Whilst much research has been conducted to study the friction of skin-textile couples, the interactions between contact mechanics and incontinence management products are not well understood. This study addresses some tribological issues at the skin-textile interface using skin care products. It was observed that the use of skin c...
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2018 in Biotribology
J.L. Lanigan (University of Leeds), S. Fatima (University of Leeds), T.V. Charpentier (University of Leeds)... more
Abstract Infection, erosion of mucosal and uro-epithelial layers, tissue trauma and encrustation associated with catheterisation is still an issue faced by health-care professionals and patients – effecting patients subject to spinal cord injuries, chemotherapy and incontinence to name a few. Over the past decade efforts have been made to optimise catheter surfaces in an attempt to reduce the occurrence of trauma related complications during insertion. Organic and inorganic materials have been m...
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2018 in Wear [IF: 2.96]
Joshua Owen (University of Leeds), Callum Ramsey (Royal Dutch Shell), Richard Barker12
Estimated H-index: 12
(University of Leeds)
... more
Abstract When sand is present in carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) corrosion environments in carbon steel oil and gas pipelines, wear rates can be particularly severe. The wear mechanism when surfaces are exposed to impact by a solid-laden corrosive fluid is known as erosion-corrosion and consists of erosion and corrosion components with total erosion-corrosion degradation enhanced by interactions between erosion and corrosion. The causes of corrosion-enhanced erosion and erosion-enhanced corrosion of carb...
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