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Article: A rough surface contact model for general anisotropic materials

TitleA rough surface contact model for general anisotropic materials
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Issue Date2004
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Journal Of Tribology, 2004, v. 126 n. 1, p. 41-49 How to Cite?
AbstractA method for solving the two-dimensional (2-D) isothermal rough surface contact problem of general anisotropic materials with friction is presented. By using Stroh's formalism, the surface displacements of an elastic half-space due to uniform distributions of traction over a strip are derived from the surface Green's function. The surface displacement and subsurface stresses of the anisotropic half-space due to the distributed contact pressure may then be calculated by superposition. The real contact area and the contact pressure are determined via an iteration scheme using the conjugate gradient method. © 2004 by ASME.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/156735
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dc.description.abstractA method for solving the two-dimensional (2-D) isothermal rough surface contact problem of general anisotropic materials with friction is presented. By using Stroh's formalism, the surface displacements of an elastic half-space due to uniform distributions of traction over a strip are derived from the surface Green's function. The surface displacement and subsurface stresses of the anisotropic half-space due to the distributed contact pressure may then be calculated by superposition. The real contact area and the contact pressure are determined via an iteration scheme using the conjugate gradient method. © 2004 by ASME.en_US
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