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Modeling of Fretting Wear Based on Solution of Wear Contact Problem

Abstract

Simulation of fretting wear on the basis of deformation model of Winkler and the given elementary wear law is presented. Comparison between obtained theoretical results and known experimental data is carried out.

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Abbreviations

x :

Coordinate

t :

Time

W :

Linear wear

U, v :

Tangent and normal displacements of the layer surface

q 1,2 :

Contact stresses

p = −q 2 :

Contact pressure

\( \bar{p} \) :

Average contact pressure

G, ν :

Shear modulus and Poisson’s ratio

2l = a + b :

Length of contact region

g(x):

Stamp shape

Q :

Normal external load

μ :

Friction coefficient

s 1 :

Local slip per a cycle of vibration

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In relation to author I.A. Soldatenkov, this work was supported financially by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (07-01-00282, 09-08-00901).

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Choi, K.Y., Kim, S.S. & Soldatenkov, I.A. Modeling of Fretting Wear Based on Solution of Wear Contact Problem. Tribol Lett 37, 69 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11249-009-9491-x

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Keywords

  • Wear
  • Fretting
  • Wear contact problem
  • Contact pressure
  • Slipping
  • Adhesion