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An Intersonic Slip Pulse at a Frictional Interface Between Dissimilar Materials

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G. G. Adams

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 02115e-mail: adams@neu.edu

J. Appl. Mech 68(1), 81-86 (Aug 15, 2000) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1349119 History: Received March 28, 2000; Revised August 15, 2000
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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The normalized slip distance (USlip/a)/(μ−μ*)(p*/G) versus the square of the shear wave speed ratio (κ2) for various values of μ with ρ/ρ=1 and ν=ν=1/4
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The normalized slip distance (USlip/a)/(μ−μ*)(p*/G) versus the square of the shear wave speed ratio (κ2) for various values of ρ′ /ρ, with μ=1 and ν=ν=1/4
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The minimum value of the friction coefficient for which a slip-pulse exists (μ̄*) versus the square of the shear wave speed ratio (κ2) for various values of ρ′ /ρ, with μ=1 and ν=ν=1/4
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The maximum value of the order of the singularity (−γMax) versus the square of the shear wave speed ratio (κ2) for various values of ρ′ /ρ, with μ=1 and ν=ν=1/4
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The normalized slip distance (USlip/a)/(μ−μ*)(p*/G) versus the negative of the normalized wave speed (−c/c2) for κ=ρ/ρ=5/6,ν=ν=1/4 and for various values of the friction coefficient
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The minimum value of μ* versus the negative of the normalized wave speed (−c/c2) for κ=ρ/ρ=5/6,ν=ν=1/4 and for various values of the friction coefficient
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The order of the singularity (−γ) versus the negative of the normalized wave speed (−c/c2) for κ=ρ/ρ=5/6,ν=ν=1/4 and for various values of the friction coefficient
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A periodic system of slip-pulses at the frictional interface between two elastic bodies

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