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Nano-Scale Effects in the Sliding and Rolling of a Cylinder on a Substrate

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Ö. T. Sari, G. G. Adams, S. Müftü

Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 02115

J. Appl. Mech 72(5), 633-640 (Aug 12, 2005) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1831291 History: Received September 03, 2003; Revised February 05, 2004; Online August 12, 2005
Copyright © 2005 by ASME
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Figures

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Contact of a cylinder with a half-space under normal and tangential loading
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The variation of the dimensionless contact half-width (ā) with the dimensionless normal load (F̄) for various values of λ
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The variation of the dimensionless contact half-width (ā) with the dimensionless normal load (F̄) for various values of λ during sliding with h1/h2=2
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The variation of the dimensionless contact half-width (ā) with the dimensionless normal load (F̄) for various values of λ during sliding with h1/h2=5
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The difference between the dimensionless adhesion half-widths of the trailing and leading edges (m1−m2) versus dimensionless contact half-width (ā) for various values of λ during sliding with h1/h2=2
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The difference between the dimensionless adhesion half-widths of the trailing and leading edges (m1−m2) versus dimensionless contact half-width (ā) for various values of λ during sliding with h1/h2=5
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The average dimensionless adhesion half-width of the trailing and leading edges (m1+m2)/2 versus dimensionless contact half-width (ā) for various values of λ during sliding with h1/h2=2
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The average dimensionless adhesion half-width of the trailing and leading edges (m1+m2)/2 versus dimensionless contact half-width (ā) for various values of λ during sliding with h1/h2=5
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The dimensionless resultant moment (M̄) versus dimensionless contact half-width (ā) for various values of λ during sliding with h1/h2=2
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The dimensionless resultant moment (M̄) versus dimensionless contact half-width (ā) for various values of λ during sliding with h1/h2=5

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