Dynamics of bodies under symmetric and asymmetric orthotropic friction forces

O. A. Silantyeva, N. N. Dmitriev

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Abstract

Recent studies show that the anisotropic behavior of frictional forces is an important factor in contact problems. This research provides the detailed explanation of dynamic behavior of a mass point and thin plates with circular and elliptical contact areas on the rough surface. Symmetric and asymmetric orthotropic frictional forces were mainly studied. The presented model describes terminal movement of bodies in the horizontal plane. Some situations are analyzed numerically for regular pressure distribution. Results for the asymmetric orthotropic friction for elliptical and circular contact areas are provided. An example illustrates the influence of anisotropic effects on the evolution of dynamical characteristics of the elliptical and circular thin plates. Some remarks dedicated to the dynamic behavior of the mass point are presented.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAdvances in Mechanics
Subtitle of host publicationTheoretical, Computational and Interdisciplinary Issues - 3rd Polish Congress of Mechanics, PCM 2015 and 21st International Conference on Computer Methods in Mechanics, CMM 2015
PublisherTaylor & Francis
Pages511-516
Number of pages6
ISBN (Print)9781138029064
StatePublished - 2016
Event3rd Polish Congress of Mechanics, PCM 2015 and 21st International Conference on Computer Methods in Mechanics, CMM 2015 - Gdansk, Poland
Duration: 7 Sep 201510 Sep 2015

Conference

Conference3rd Polish Congress of Mechanics, PCM 2015 and 21st International Conference on Computer Methods in Mechanics, CMM 2015
CountryPoland
CityGdansk
Period7/09/1510/09/15

Scopus subject areas

  • Computational Theory and Mathematics
  • Mechanical Engineering

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