Interfacial Dissipative Phenomena in Tribomechanical Systems
Papangelo, Antonio (editor)
The book is a collection of articles on the themes of contact mechanics and non-linear dynamics. In particular, the contribution focus on the mechanisms that lead to interfacial energy dissipation, which is a crucial quantity to determine in order to correctly predict the non-linear dynamic response of mechanical systems. The book is a collection of nine journal papers, among those one editorial, one review paper, and seven articles. The papers consider different dissipative mechanisms, such as Coulomb friction, interfacial adhesion, and viscoelasticity, and study how the system response and stability is influenced by the interfacial interactions. The review paper describes old and recent test rigs for friction and wear measurements, focusing on their performance and range of operability.
Keywordsnonlinear dynamic response; second harmonics; experiments; numerical modelling; interface stiffness; adhesion; roughness; adhesion enhancement; JKR model; Lennard–Jones; friction testers; tribometers; viscoelastic materials; rubber friction; tyre; elbow erosion; turbulence flow; gas-solid flow; corrosion; numerical simulation; friction-induced vibrations; mass-on-moving-belt; dynamic vibration absorber; tuned mass damper; passive vibrations mitigation; nonlinear dynamics; basin of attraction; self-excitation; bi-stability; multi-stability; viscoelasticity; contact mechanics; finite element method; adhesion hysteresis; rough surfaces; JKR theory; friction; dissipation; contact nonlinearities
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Technology: general issues