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Elastic-Plastic Finite Element Analysis of Partial Slip Rolling Contact

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Biqiang Xu, Yanyao Jiang

Department of Mechanical Engineering (312), University of Nevada, Reno, NV 89557

J. Tribol 124(1), 20-26 (Mar 26, 2001) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1395630 History: Received August 29, 2000; Revised March 26, 2001
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Line rolling contact: (a) coordinate system, normal pressure distribution and stress state; and (b) tangential force distribution
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Finite element mesh for line rolling contact
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Residual stress in the x direction after 40 rolling passes
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Residual stress in the y direction after 40 rolling passes
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Residual shear strain after 40 rolling passes
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Variation of surface residual shear strain with rolling passes
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Influence of partial slip on surface movement
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Residual stress in the x direction after 40 rolling passes predicted by using the approximate method
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Residual stress in the y direction after 40 rolling passes predicted by using the approximate method
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Residual shear strain after 40 rolling passes predicted by using the approximate method

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