Calculation of the Stressed State of a Rough Solid Surface
A computational technique for the stressed state of a region lying beneath a rough solid surface is proposed. The calculation relies on the solution of a system of Laplace's equations for thin-walled shells and of an energy equation of deformation. Based on experimental data, a Gaussian bearing curve is chosen as a rough surface model. An analytic expression for the dependence of equivalent stresses and strain energy on the shape of the rough surface is derived.
KeywordsExperimental Data Rough Surface Stressed State Solid Surface Surface Model
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