Friction Reduction Through Ultrasonic Vibration Part 1: Modelling Intermittent Contact

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Friction Reduction Through Ultrasonic Vibration Part 1: Modelling Intermittent Contact. / Vezzoli, Eric; Virdih, Zlatko; Giamundo, Vincenzo; Lemaire-semail, Betty; Giraud, Frederic; Rodic, Tomaz; Peric, Djordje; Adams, Michael.

In: IEEE Transactions on Haptics, Vol. 10, No. 2, 20.06.2017, p. 196-207.

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Vezzoli, E, Virdih, Z, Giamundo, V, Lemaire-semail, B, Giraud, F, Rodic, T, Peric, D & Adams, M 2017, 'Friction Reduction Through Ultrasonic Vibration Part 1: Modelling Intermittent Contact', IEEE Transactions on Haptics, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 196-207. https://doi.org/10.1109/TOH.2017.2671432

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Vezzoli, E., Virdih, Z., Giamundo, V., Lemaire-semail, B., Giraud, F., Rodic, T., Peric, D., & Adams, M. (2017). Friction Reduction Through Ultrasonic Vibration Part 1: Modelling Intermittent Contact. IEEE Transactions on Haptics, 10(2), 196-207. https://doi.org/10.1109/TOH.2017.2671432

Vancouver

Vezzoli E, Virdih Z, Giamundo V, Lemaire-semail B, Giraud F, Rodic T et al. Friction Reduction Through Ultrasonic Vibration Part 1: Modelling Intermittent Contact. IEEE Transactions on Haptics. 2017 Jun 20;10(2):196-207. https://doi.org/10.1109/TOH.2017.2671432

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Vezzoli, Eric ; Virdih, Zlatko ; Giamundo, Vincenzo ; Lemaire-semail, Betty ; Giraud, Frederic ; Rodic, Tomaz ; Peric, Djordje ; Adams, Michael. / Friction Reduction Through Ultrasonic Vibration Part 1: Modelling Intermittent Contact. In: IEEE Transactions on Haptics. 2017 ; Vol. 10, No. 2. pp. 196-207.

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