Acoustic Emission in Friction by Victor M. Baranov,Evgeny M. Kudryavtsev,Gennady .A.

By Victor M. Baranov,Evgeny M. Kudryavtsev,Gennady .A. Sarychev, et al.Elsevier|Elsevier Science||Elsevier ScienceAdult NonfictionScience, Technology, EngineeringLanguage(s): EnglishOn sale date: 08.04.2011Street date: 29.07.2011Preview

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20) = 2 / 1 d = d/ 1 i2 are the variances of where u1 = 1 / 1 u2 = 2 / 2 the functions zi x d is the distance between the mean lines of profiles I and II which depends on the compressing force F . 21) where p0 = 2B 1 /3 0 5 /M M = 1 − v1 2 /E1 + 1 − v2 2 /E2 is the Hertzian contact modulus; B is the constant depending on the shape of asperity peaks. For spherical peaks with the radii R1 and R2 the parameter B is defined by the relation: B = 1 + R1 /R2 /R1 . As a result of the interaction, the asperity 1 is deformed and a contact spot originates on which the shear load f p 1 2 acts, f is the friction coefficient.

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