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Effects of uncertainty in friction coefficients on microslip response

Abstract : Tthe issue of microslip, i.e. the response of two bodies in a frictional contact with one body at least being deformable. In microslip problems, part of the deformable body may experience slip while the rest sticks with the other body. This behavior is in opposition to macroslip in which the slip/stick state is the same for all points of the bodies. In most analyses of this problem, it is assumed that the values of the static and dynamic coefficients of friction are well specified, possibly constant along the interface of the two bodies. However, there is significant uncertainty in the determination of these parameters and potential variations along the interface. In this light, we present a complete investigation
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M. C. Sipperley, M. P. Mignolet, Christian Soize. Effects of uncertainty in friction coefficients on microslip response. Tenth U. S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics (USNCCM X 2009), Jul 2009, Columbus, Ohio, United States. pp.1-1. ⟨hal-00699016⟩



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