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Elastomere Friction

Theory, Experiment and Simulation

Besdo, D., Heimann, B., Klüppel, M., Kröger, M., Wriggers, P., Nackenhorst, U.

2011, Approx. 250 p. 76 illus. in color.

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  • Presents recent research in elastomere friction

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Applied Mechanics - Elastomere friction - Friction

Related subjects » Classical Continuum Physics - Mechanics - Polymer Science

Table of contents 

Modelling of Dry andWet Friction of Silica Filled Elastomers on Self-Affine Road Surfaces.- Micromechanics of Internal Friction of Filler Reinforced Elastomers.- Multi-Scale Approach for Frictional Contact of Elastomers on Rough Rigid Surfaces.- Thermal Effects and Dissipation in a Model of Rubber Phenomenology.- Finite Element Techniques for Rolling RubberWheels.- Simulation and Experimental Investigations of the Dynamic Interaction between Tyre Tread Block and Road.- Micro Texture Characterization and Prognosis of the Maximum Traction between Grosch Wheel and Asphalt Surfaces underWet Conditions.

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