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7) It now remains to obtain n and am by means of surface and deforma- tion analyses. 23 24 3. 1. Two sides of a contact spot. , Tsukizoe and Hisakado, 1965, 1968; Mikic and Rohsenow, 1966; Greenwood, 1967; Greenwood and Tripp, 1970). A bibliography of works on surface topography in general is provided by Thomas and King (1977). The following analysis is based on the method presented by Kimura (1970). In the analysis, it is assumed that the heights and slopes of the surface profiles are randomly distributed.
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