Tomasz Liskiewicz
Tomasz Liskiewicz
Professor of Tribology and Surface Engineering, Manchester Metropolitan University
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An energy description of wear mechanisms and its applications to oscillating sliding contacts
S Fouvry, T Liskiewicz, P Kapsa, S Hannel, E Sauger
Wear 255 (1-6), 287-298, 2003
2742003
Surface morphology in engineering applications: Influence of roughness on sliding and wear in dry fretting
KJ Kubiak, TW Liskiewicz, TG Mathia
Tribology International 44 (11), 1427-1432, 2011
1152011
Application of an energy wear approach to quantify fretting contact durability: Introduction of a wear energy capacity concept
S Fouvry, C Paulin, T Liskiewicz
Tribology International 40 (10-12), 1428-1440, 2007
752007
Development of a friction energy capacity approach to predict the surface coating endurance under complex oscillating sliding conditions
T Liskiewicz, S Fouvry
Tribology international 38 (1), 69-79, 2005
662005
Synovial joint lubrication—does nature teach more effective engineering lubrication strategies?
A Neville, A Morina, T Liskiewicz, Y Yan
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of …, 2007
512007
A global–local wear approach to quantify the contact endurance under reciprocating-fretting sliding conditions
S Fouvry, T Liskiewicz, C Paulin
Wear 263 (1-6), 518-531, 2007
492007
Friction mechanisms at the micro-scale
S Achanta, T Liskiewicz, D Drees, JP Celis
Tribology International 42 (11-12), 1792-1799, 2009
442009
Review of recent progress in nanoscratch testing
BD Beake, AJ Harris, TW Liskiewicz
Tribology-Materials, Surfaces & Interfaces 7 (2), 87-96, 2013
382013
Impact of variable loading conditions on fretting wear
T Liskiewicz, S Fouvry, B Wendler
Surface and Coatings Technology 163, 465-471, 2003
372003
Comparison of nano-fretting and nano-scratch tests on biomedical materials
BD Beake, TW Liskiewicz
Tribology International 63, 123-131, 2013
362013
An evaluation of the effect of non-setting calcium hydroxide on human dentine: a pilot study
WA Twati, DJ Wood, TW Liskiewicz, NS Willmott, MS Duggal
European archives of paediatric dentistry 10 (2), 104-109, 2009
352009
Electrochemical investigation of corrosion and wear interactions under fretting conditions
M Lgried, T Liskiewicz, A Neville
Wear 282, 52-58, 2012
262012
Deformation of Si (100) in spherical contacts—Comparison of nano-fretting and nano-scratch tests with nano-indentation
BD Beake, TW Liskiewicz, JF Smith
Surface and Coatings Technology 206 (7), 1921-1926, 2011
262011
Development of DLC coating architectures for demanding functional surface applications through nano-and micro-mechanical testing
BD Beake, TW Liskiewicz, VM Vishnyakov, MI Davies
Surface and Coatings Technology 284, 334-343, 2015
252015
Fretting wear analysis of TiC/VC multilayered hard coatings: experiments and modelling approaches
S Fouvry, B Wendler, T Liskiewicz, M Dudek, L Kolodziejczyk
Wear 257 (7-8), 641-653, 2004
242004
Development of a Wöhler-like approach to quantify the Ti (CxNy) coatings durability under oscillating sliding conditions
T Liskiewicz, S Fouvry, B Wendler
Wear 259 (7-12), 835-841, 2005
222005
Nano-scratch, nanoindentation and fretting tests of 5–80 nm ta-C films on Si (1 0 0)
BD Beake, MI Davies, TW Liskiewicz, VM Vishnyakov, SR Goodes
Wear 301 (1-2), 575-582, 2013
212013
Fretting wear of a TiN PVD coating under variable relative humidity conditions—development of a ‘composite’wear law
R Rybiak, S Fouvry, T Liskiewicz, B Wendler
Surface and Coatings Technology 202 (9), 1753-1763, 2008
212008
Effect of tribological factors on wet adhesion of a microstructured surface to peritoneal tissue
R Roshan, DG Jayne, T Liskiewicz, GW Taylor, PH Gaskell, L Chen, ...
Acta biomaterialia 7 (11), 4007-4017, 2011
192011
The combined effect of surface texturing and DLC coating on the functional properties of internal combustion engines
W Koszela, P Pawlus, R Reizer, T Liskiewicz
Tribology International 127, 470-477, 2018
162018
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