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dc.contributor.authorHorovistiz, Anapt_PT
dc.contributor.authorDavim, J. Paulopt_PT
dc.description.abstractIndustry 4.0 or the Fourth Industrial Revolution is driven by innovative technologies that have profound effects on production systems. Recent research results and industrial experiments show paradigm shifts in problem solving, which affect many areas, including tribology. Quantitative information obtained through the digital approach of the tribological study in the interface regions of the contact pairs, exhibit a strong potential for the optimization of the productive processes as a whole. In this sense, the concepts of Digital Tribology, presented here, are perfectly aligned with the new technologies in this era of digitalisation and emergence of intelligent, efficient and autonomous solution required by industry 4.0.pt_PT
dc.publisherDe Gruyterpt_PT
dc.subjectDigital tribologypt_PT
dc.subjectQuantitative informationpt_PT
dc.subjectAutonomous analysispt_PT
dc.subjectIndustry 4.0pt_PT
dc.titleDigital tribology and the industry 4.0: a notept_PT
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degois.publication.titleManufacturing in Digital Industries: Prospects for Industry 4.0pt_PT
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