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Transient Thermoelastic Stress Fields in a Half-Space

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Shuangbiao Liu, Qian Wang

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 60208

J. Tribol 125(1), 33-43 (Dec 31, 2002) (11 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1501087 History: Received March 27, 2002; Revised June 18, 2002; Online December 31, 2002
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A half-space subject to a heat source
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The von Mises stress (105 Pa) in the stationary or moving surface under the parabolic type of heat source: (a) t=0.01, (b) t=0.1, and (c) t=infinite.
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The von Mises stress (105 Pa) in the cross section of x2=0 when the stationary or moving half-space is under the parabolic type of heat source: (a) t=0.01, (b) t=0.1, and (c) t=infinite.
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Three stress components (105 Pa) in the stationary surface subjected to the parabolic type of heat source: (4.1) Component σ11; (4.2) Component σ22; (4.3) Component σ12: (a) t=0.01, (b) t=0.1, and (c) t=infinite.
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The stress component, σ11(105 Pa), in the moving surface under the parabolic type of heat source: (a) t=0.01, (b) t=0.1, and (c) t=infinite.
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The stress component, σ22(105 Pa), in the moving surface under the parabolic type of heat source: (a) t=0.01, (b) t=0.1, and (c) t=infinite.
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The stress component, σ12(105 Pa), in the moving surface under the parabolic type of heat source: (a) t=0.01, (b) t=0.1, and (c) t=infinite.
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An irregular heat flux corresponding to the pressure distribution in 27
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The von Mises stress (106 Pa) in the cross section of x2=1/2 when the stationary or moving half-space is under the irregular heat source corresponding to the pressure distribution in Fig. 8: (a) t=0.01, (b) t=0.1, and (c) t=infinite.
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The von Mises stress (106 Pa) in the surface when the stationary half-space is under the irregular heat source corresponding to the pressure distribution in Fig. 8: (a) t=0.01, (b) t=0.1, and (c) t=infinite.
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von Mises stress (108 Pa) in the cross section of x2=0(t=infinite). No. 1: Elastic; No. 2: Total, Pe1=0; No. 3: Total, Pe1=10.
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The maximum von Mises stress (108 Pa) versus frictional coefficients (t=infinite)
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The depth of maximum von Mises stress (108 Pa) vs frictional coefficients (t=infinite)

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