Effects of Design Parameters on Bouncing Vibrations of a Single-DOF Contact Slider and Necessary Design Conditions for Perfect Contact Sliding

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Kyosuke Ono

Department of Mechanical Engineering and Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology, 2-12-1, Ookayama, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 152, Japan

Kohei lida, Kan Takahashi

Tokyo Institute of Technology, 2-12-1, Ookayama, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 152, Japan

J. Tribol 121(3), 596-603 (Jul 01, 1999) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.2834109 History: Received January 19, 1998; Revised June 30, 1998; Online January 24, 2008


The general characteristics of the bouncing vibrations of a IDOF contact slider model over the surface of a harmonic wavy disk were studied both by computer simulation and theoretical analysis. The necessary design conditions for a contact slider and the surface of a disk were discussed in terms of perfect contact sliding and wear durability. It was found that the bouncing vibrations change with the amount of waviness amplitude A(fr ) at the contact resonant frequency fr (= (1/2π)kc/m) relative to static penetration depth δ, or fr relative to limiting critical frequency fcl , above which the downward acceleration of the surface of a disk is larger than that of a slider due to slider load. When the contact stiffness is large enough so that δ < A(fr ) (fcl < fr ), the slider bounces with a large amplitude similar to an elastic impact in a wide frequency range. When the contact stiffness is small enough so that δ > A(fr ) (fcl > fr ), bouncing vibrations occur near the contact resonance, similar to the resonance of a nonlinear soft spring system. Here, the bouncing vibration can be completely eliminatedby increasing the contact damping ratio and decreasing the slider mass and the waviness amplitude.

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