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Wear in Partial Slip Contact

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I. G. Goryacheva

Institute for Problems in Mechanics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow 117526 Russia

P. T. Rajeev, T. N. Farris

1282 Grissom Hall, School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907-1282

J. Tribol 123(4), 848-856 (Nov 03, 2000) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1338476 History: Received December 28, 1999; Revised November 03, 2000
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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Figures

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Profilometer traces of a fretting pad after 86500 cycles in fretting fatigue experiment involving partial slip contact. The applied loads were P=1.2×106 N/m,Q*=3.7×105 N/m.
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Schematic of two-dimensional partial slip contact between two elastic bodies subject to a normal load and an oscillating tangential force
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Evolution of contact pressure and shear stress due to wear in a partial slip contact between a cylindrical indenter and a half-space. Note that the right halves of the graphs correspond to Q̄=3.104×10−6 and the left halves to Q̄=7.88×10−7. The stresses are symmetric about the x=0 line.
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Evolution of gap and slip functions due to wear in partial slip contact between a cylindrical indenter and a half-space. The right halves of the graphs correspond to Q̄=3.104×10−6 and the left halves to Q̄=7.88×10−7.
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Evolution of the half-contact width due to wear in partial slip contact between a cylindrical indenter and a half-space
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Evolution of tensile stress due to wear in partial slip contact between a cylindrical indenter and a half-space for Q̄=3.104×10−6 (a) and Q̄=7.88×10−7 (b)
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Evolution of contact pressure and shear stress due to wear in partial slip contact between a flat indenter with rounded edges and a half-space. The right halves of the above graphs correspond to Q̄=3.104×10−6 and the left halves to Q̄=7.88×10−7.
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Evolution of gap and slip functions due to wear in partial slip contact between a flat indenter with rounded edges and a half-space. The right halves of the above graphs correspond to Q̄=3.104×10−6 and the left halves to Q̄=7.88×10−7.
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Evolution of the half-contact width due to wear in partial slip contact between a flat indenter with rounded edges and a half-space
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Evolution of tensile stress due to wear in partial slip contact between a flat indenter with rounded edges and a half-space for Q̄=3.104×10−6 (a) and Q̄=7.88×10−7 (b)

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