The Influence Of Aspect Raatio On The Interface Pressure Distribution Of Cylindrical Wear Specimens
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Engineering; Mechanical; Materials Science; Multidisciplinary
The interface stress distributions arising in linearly elastic cylindrical pins sliding against a flat rigid counterface are considered in this paper. Coulomb friction is assumed, and the interface pressure distribution arises by virtue of a displacement applied to the far end of the pin. Various aspect ratios are studied in order to assess stiffness effects in pin-on-disc tribotesting.
Conant, R. J.; Rice, S. L.; and Solecki, R., "The Influence Of Aspect Raatio On The Interface Pressure Distribution Of Cylindrical Wear Specimens" (1984). Faculty Bibliography 1980s. 284.