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Title: Contact Displacements of Spatial Contact of a Rough Body and a Body with Coating
Authors: Кравчук, Александр Степанович
Рымуза, З.
Кравчук, А. И.
Issue Date: 2004
Citation: Technische mechanik
Abstract: This paper is an example of the application of a structural nonlocal theory to the solution of the contact problem of a rough curvilinear body with plastic coating on another body. The main goal of these investigations is the creation of extrapolation methods of results of theoretical investigations from flat surfaces to any tribological system with curvilinear macro surfaces. This paper deals with the application of a phenomenological approach which is based on using the middle layer. It allows to represent a contact problem for real bodies as a superposition of two problems. The first one is the problem of penetration of rigid roughness in a plastic coating taking into account statistical characteristics of the surface. The second problem is the elastic deformation of smooth bodies with a circular area of interaction. The external load is supposed to be constant. The solution is obtained with the help of the contracting mapping principle and a simple iteration method. It is established that the first analytical approximation of solutions of the corresponding equations is useful for practical applications with sufficient accuracy. The paper deals with the case of plastic penetration of a surface asperity only when the macro contact stress is less than the yield stress of the coating, i.e. without macro plastic penetration of curvilinear bodies into this coating.
URI: http://elib.bsu.by/handle/123456789/9768
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