On the transient dynamic antiplane contact problem in the presence of dry friction and slip

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On the transient dynamic antiplane contact problem in the presence of dry friction and slip. / Gurrutxaga-Lerma, B.

In: International Journal of Solids and Structures, Vol. 170, 01.10.2019, p. 142-156.

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title = "On the transient dynamic antiplane contact problem in the presence of dry friction and slip",
abstract = "This article models the elastodynamic transient contact between two elastically similar half planes under antiplane loading and in the presence of friction. Contact is maintained along the positive real line under the presence of a certain remote contact pressure. An antiplane shear load is applied, which entails interfacial shear traction that opposes the frictional force entailed by the contact pressure. In order to balance the surface tractions, the surface must be allowed to slip. We derive the closed form solution of the interfacial traction due to a general antiplanar displacement distribution using a variant of the Wiener-Hopf technique. We also find closed-form expressions for the interfacial shear traction due to this remote antiplane load. In combination with the frictional force, this leads to an integral equation the solution to which is the distribution of relative slip. We quantify both this and the magnitude of the interfacial shear tractions under diverse loading, showing that transient loading leads to partial reverse slip of the contact surfaces. We show that the reverse slip tends to vanish over time, and that it is ameliorated if the friction coefficient is reduced.",
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AB - This article models the elastodynamic transient contact between two elastically similar half planes under antiplane loading and in the presence of friction. Contact is maintained along the positive real line under the presence of a certain remote contact pressure. An antiplane shear load is applied, which entails interfacial shear traction that opposes the frictional force entailed by the contact pressure. In order to balance the surface tractions, the surface must be allowed to slip. We derive the closed form solution of the interfacial traction due to a general antiplanar displacement distribution using a variant of the Wiener-Hopf technique. We also find closed-form expressions for the interfacial shear traction due to this remote antiplane load. In combination with the frictional force, this leads to an integral equation the solution to which is the distribution of relative slip. We quantify both this and the magnitude of the interfacial shear tractions under diverse loading, showing that transient loading leads to partial reverse slip of the contact surfaces. We show that the reverse slip tends to vanish over time, and that it is ameliorated if the friction coefficient is reduced.

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KW - Elastodynamic

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