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Steady-State Frictional Sliding of Two Elastic Bodies With a Wavy Contact Interface

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M. Nosonovsky, G. G. Adams

Department of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 02115

J. Tribol 122(3), 490-495 (Jan 18, 2000) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.555391 History: Received May 20, 1999; Revised January 18, 2000
Copyright © 2000 by ASME
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Sliding of two elastic bodies with a wavy contact interface
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The order of the singularity α versus the friction coefficient μ for various material combinations and for small sliding velocity
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The pressure p*/g versus the friction coefficient μ for various material combinations and for small sliding velocity
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The order of the singularity α versus the sliding velocity V for friction coefficient μ=0.5 and for various values of material parameters
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The pressure p*/g versus the sliding velocity V for friction coefficient μ=0.5 and for various values of material parameters
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The applied pressure p/g versus the length of the contact zone c for identical materials with μ=0.5 for various values of the sliding velocity V
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The applied pressure p/g versus the half-length of the contact zone c for μ12=0.0001,ν1=0.499,ν2=0.3, with μ=0.5 and for various values of the sliding velocity V
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The applied pressure p/g versus the half-length of the contact zone c for μ12=0.5,ν1=0.25,ν2=0.33 for various values of the sliding velocity V and the friction coefficient μ
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The applied pressure p/g versus the half-length of the contact zone c for one rigid and one elastic body (μ12=0.0,ν1=0.25) for various values of the sliding velocity V and the friction coefficient μ

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