Thermal conduction in a coated rod under friction

  • Yu. I. Koval'chik
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Summary

The paper discusses the temperature pattern that arises from external friction in a coated rod. The model incorporates the structural adaptation of the materials in friction as well as the load and the sliding speed. The unknown temperature includes contact and bulk temperatures. A Wiener continual integral is used to express the solution after various mathematical transformations.

Keywords

Temperature Pattern Bulk Temperature Feynman Integral Mathematical Transformation Major Hypothesis 

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1993

Authors and Affiliations

  • Yu. I. Koval'chik
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  1. 1.G. V. Karpenko Physicomechanics InstituteAcademy of Sciences of the UkraineL'viv

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