Local slip of bodies caused by the inhomogeneous friction coefficient
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We study the problem of contact interaction of two elastic isotropic bodies under the conditions of plane deformation with regard for slip caused by the local inhomogeneity of the friction coefficient under consecutive loading by normal and shear forces. By the method of complex potentials, this contact problem is reduced to a singular integral equation for the relative shift of the boundaries of the bodies in the region of slip whose solution is found in the analytic form. The influence of external loads on the relative shift of the boundaries of the bodies in this region, their length, and contact stresses is analyzed.
Keywordscontact interaction matching surfaces inhomogeneous friction coefficient adhesion slip relative shift
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