David Tabor

Affiliations: 
Surface Physics University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
frictional interaction between surfaces
Website:
http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbm.2007.0031
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(1913 - 2005)

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Philip Bowden grad student 1939 Cambridge

Children

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John B. Pethica grad student Cambridge
Roy F. Willis grad student 1967 Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)
Jacob N. Israelachvili grad student 1972 Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)
Andrew Briggs grad student 1973-1976 Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)
Jacob Klein grad student 1974-1977 Cambridge (Chemistry Tree)
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Tabor D. (1996) Indentation hardness: Fifty years on a personal view Philosophical Magazine a: Physics of Condensed Matter, Structure, Defects and Mechanical Properties. 74: 1207-1212
Tabor D. (1995) Tribology - the last 25 years A personal view Tribology International. 28: 7-10
Tabor D. (1995) Bridging the gap Tribology Letters. 1: iv-v
Tabor D. (1994) The rolling and skidding of automobile tyres Physics Education. 29: 301-306
Tabor D. (1994) The bulk modulus of rubber Polymer. 35: 2759-2763
Tabor D. (1992) Mica in the service of surface science Colloids and Surfaces. 65: ix-xiii
Briscoe BJ, Tabor D. (1992) The additivity of friction processes Trenie I Iznos. 13: 6-14
Tabor D. (1991) Friction, surface science and tribology. A personal view Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science. 205: 365-378
Motamedi F, Bailey AI, Briscoe BJ, et al. (1989) Theory and practice of localized fabric deformations Textile Research Journal. 59: 160-172
Motamedi F, Bailey AI, Briscoe BJ, et al. (1989) Theory and practice of localized fabric deformations Textile Research Journal. 59: 160-172
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