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Refractive index of the lubricant samples To consider the frequency-dispersion refractive indices of the lubricants, the following equation  is used for the refractive indices calculation of the lubricants. ns = ε m (λ )np (λ )2 sin 2 θ ε m ( λ ) − np (λ )2 sin 2 θ (1) where ns = refractive index of lubricant, np(λ) = refractive index of glass prism as a function of wavelength, εm(λ) = relative permittivity of metal film as a function of wavelength and θ = angle of incidence. In the experiment, silver thin film is used as the sensing layer and the glass material of the dove prism is PBH72 O’Hara glass.
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Fig. 11, shows that the residual stresses in the multi-layers are lower than those of constituent mono-layers. This reduction of the residual stresses is mainly du to the interfaces created between the various superposed layers. 4 times higher if one compares PVD1 (all the mono-layers are with Pt) with PVD6 (all the mono-layers are with Pc). The value of the highest constraints is obtained in multi-layer PVD6. 5 times. 7GPa). 7GPa). Study of CrAlN Multilayred Thin Films 15 These results mean that the underlayer, Cr or CrN improves the constraints intensity of these multi-layer that if they are at their point PT as the surface layer.
Identification of discharge coefficients of orifice-type restrictors for aerostatic bearings and application examples by Viktorov, Vladimir; Belforte, Guido; Trivella, Andrea; Raparelli, Terenziano