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On the Mechanics of Crack Initiation and Propagation in Elasto-Plastic Materials in Impact Fretting Wear

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Y. B. Gessesse

Cummins Technical Center, Cummins Inc., Columbus, IN, USA

M. H. Attia

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

J. Tribol 126(2), 395-403 (Apr 19, 2004) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1491975 History: Received February 10, 2000; Revised February 28, 2002; Online April 19, 2004
Copyright © 2002 by ASME
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Figures

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Shear stress-strain curve of elasto-plastic material with bi-linear isotropic hardening properties
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Finite element model of a two-dimensional plane strain domain including a cylindrical hard inclusion (the inset shows a close up of the contact zone and the region surrounding the inclusion)
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Contour plot of normalized radial interfacial stress σrr/k around an inclusion, for p0=4k, μ=0, c1=0.1, and c2=0.01
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Contour plots of the residual stresses σxryr, and τxyr near the contact zone, for p0=5k, μ=0, c1=0.1, and c2=0.01
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Effect of contact pressure p0 on the extent of the plastically deformed zone, for p0=4k and 6k (μ=0, c1=0.1, and c2=0.01)
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Effect of the process variables on the normalized radial interfacial stress σrr/k in the contact region, for a bi-linear strain hardening material with c1=0.1 and c2=0.01: (a) p0=4k, μ=0 (b) p0=6k, μ=0, (c) p0=4k, μ=0.3, and (d) p0=6k, μ=0.1.
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Finite element idealization for crack propagation: (a) solid domain containing a propagating crack parallel to the surface, and (b) a close up of the contact zone.
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Effect of the crack length lc on change in the effective stress around a crack, for (a) lc/a=0.4, (b) lc/a=1, and (c) lc/a=2 (other operating conditions: p0=5k, μ=0, μc=0,h/a=1,c1=0.1, and c2=0.01)
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Effect of the crack length lc on the crack propagation rate dlc/dN, for (a) p0=5k,μ=μc=0,c1=0.1, and c2=0.02; and (b) p0=4k,μ=μc=0,c1=0.1, and c2=0.01.

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