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Fretting remains a major cause of connector failure and
can impair reliability in complex systems like automotive applications. Tin
is particularly previous to fretting phenomena; we report here the first
results of an analysis of tin and lubricated tin contacts, based on the
analysis of the friction or slip regimes and the electrical behaviour.
Lubricant properties are analysed in terms of friction behaviour and the
effect of a special additive is examined.
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