Impact friction test method by applying stress wave
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To understand the dynamic response of two bodies in contact, kinetic friction during impact presently is focused on. A new testing technique, which provides the normal and the tangential impact force independently, is developed by modifying the split Hopkinson pressure bar method. Normal and torsional stress wave propagation in a one-dimensional framework of an axial impact of an input tube on a rotating output tube is analyzed and is experimentally verified. Kinetic friction of brass was clarified at a high rate of sliding up to 5 m/s and is found to be almost constant independent of normal force and sliding velocity. The present technique provides direct measurement of kinetic friction with simple configuration and data analysis.
Key WordsKinetic friction dynamic testing stress wave analysis Hopkinson pressure bar
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