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Research project: In-situ Profilometry for transient testing of automotive coatings

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This project investigated low cost profilometer technology based on a Hall effect sensor for measuring topographies of automotive coatings subject to transient start-stop tribological testing.

This project investigated ways of using a low cost Hall effect sensor to develop an in-situ profilometer for a tribological contact in order to observe progressive damage accumulation in automotive coatings subject to start-stop transient testing.

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Energy Technology
national Centre for Advanced Tribology at Southampton (nCATS)

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