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Quasistatic Signorini Problem with Coulomb Friction and Coupling to Adhesion

  • M. Raous
Part of the International Centre for Mechanical Sciences book series (CISM, volume 384)

Abstract

In this course, we propose to outline some of the classical results obtained in contact mechanics and to present in addition some contributions resulting from the research carried out in our group “Mécanique et Modélisation du Contact” in the “Laboratoire de Mécanique et d’Acoustique” in Marseille. These research topics concern:
  • the study of the dynamic instabilities associated with friction in small or finite elastic deformations, in collaboration with Professor J.A.C. Martins from the IST in Lisbon, with applications to the modelling of stress waves occurring in some sliding contact or squeal phenomena involving rubber-glass contact ([8] [117]),

  • the development of models coupling adhesion, unilateral contact and friction with applications to the modelling of the fiber/matrix interface of composite materials ([17]

  • the modelling of frictional unilateral contact in finite plastic deformations conducted by P. Chabrand with applications to metal forming ([97] [42] [24] [83]),

  • the development of accelerating numerical approaches in contact mechanics, using methods such as multigrid or subdomain decomposition methods (Fast Adaptive Composite grids) or Arbitrary Lagrangian Eulerian formulations ([54] [83]),

  • the study of the mathematical aspects of the previous problems with Professor M. Cocu and E. Pratt.

Keywords

Friction Coefficient Variational Inequality Contact Force Contact Problem Coulomb Friction 
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