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Three-Dimensional Elastic-Plastic Stress Analysis of Rolling Contact

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Yanyao Jiang, Biqiang Xu

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

Huseyin Sehitoglu

University of Illionois, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Urbana, IL 61801

J. Tribol 124(4), 699-708 (Sep 24, 2002) (10 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1491978 History: Received April 19, 2001; Revised April 03, 2002; Online September 24, 2002
Copyright © 2002 by ASME
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Figures

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Three-dimensional rolling contact: coordinates system
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Shakedown limit for the three-dimensional rolling contact with a circular contact patch: (a) elastic shakedown limit; and (b) plastic shakedown limit.
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Finite element mesh for the three-dimensional rolling contact
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Development of residual stresses for p0/k=6.0,Qx/P=0.4,Qy/P=0.25,y=0: (a) x-direction; and (b) y-direction.
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Profile of the residual stress in the x-direction after six rolling passes for p0/k=6.0,Qx/P=0.4, and Qy/P=0.25
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Development of residual shear strains for p0/k=6.0,Qx/P=0.4,Qy/P=0.25,y=0: (a) (γxz)r; and (b) (γyz)r.
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Residual shear strain (γxz)r profile for p0/k=6.0,Qx/P=0.4,Qy/P=0.25 after six rolling passes
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Surface displacement in the x-direction for p0/k=6.0,Qx/P=0.4, and Qy/P=0.25
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Influence of tangential force Qx on the residual stress in the x-direction (p0/k=6.0,Qy/P=0.25, after six cycles)
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Influence of tangential force Qx on the residual shear strain (γxz)r (p0/k=6.0,Qy/P=0.25, after six cycles)
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Comparison of the residual stresses and stain for the two-dimensional and three-dimensional pure rolling (p0/k=6.0, after six rolling passes): (a) residual stresses; and (b) residual shear strain (γxz)r.

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