Contact Mechanics III
M. H. Aliabadi, A. Samartin
Computational Mechanics Publications, Jan 1, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 382 pages
Modern engineering design has led to the realization of the importance of contact problems in many technological fields. This volume looks at recent developments in computer technology and computational methods, which have enabled engineers to solve many complex practical contact problems.
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Certain nonclassical effects in contact mechanics invited
Models for contact and friction using a deductive approach
Linear and nonlinear models for impact with friction
8 other sections not shown
adfreeze bond strength algorithm analysis applied approximation assumed behaviour bimetal body boundary conditions boundary element method calculated caustic images coefficient of friction components Computational concrete contact area contact conditions contact law Contact Mechanics contact pressure contact problems contact region contact surface contact zone crack extension crack growth crack initiation crack length crack surface damping defined deformation determined displacement dynamic elastic elastic modulus energy Engineering equilibrium experimental fastener fiber Figure finite element method formulation fracture mechanics friction coefficient friction force frictional contact geometry glove Hi-Lok impact increment indentation integral equation interface interphase layer linear load material matrix maximum node nonlinear numerical obtained parameters plastic Poisson's ratio procedure radius rail rigid rolling contact sea ice shape functions shear stress simulation singular element slip solution solved spline steel stiffness strain stress intensity factor stress singularity structure tangential temperature thermal traction tyre vector velocity viscoelastic