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Thermomechanical effects in sliding systems

Thermomechanical effects in sliding systems

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Published by Elsevier Sequoia S.A., [Dstributors] for the U.S.A. and Canada, Elsevier/North-Holland in Lausanne, New York, New York, NY, U.S.A .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mechanical wear -- Congresses.,
  • Friction -- Congresses.,
  • Thermal stresses -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditor, F.E. Kennedy, Jr.
    ContributionsKennedy, F. E., United States. Office of Naval Research., Workshop on Thermomechanical Effects in Sliding Systems (3rd : 1984 : Dartmouth College)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA418.4 .T47 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 160 p. :
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2532399M
    ISBN 100444750363
    LC Control Number85013070
    OCLC/WorldCa12216418

    J. Ryan Thigpen, Kyle T. Ashley, Richard D. Law, "Evaluating kinematic displacement rate effects on transient thermal processes in thrust belts using coupled thermomechanical finite-element models", Linkages and Feedbacks in Orogenic Systems, Richard D. Law, J. Ryan Thigpen, Arthur J. Merschat, Harold H. Stowell. Download citation file. In the paper, thermomechanical effects in the single-sided clutch are studied. Finite element simulation shows characteristic pattern of thermal deformations of friction disks, peculiar to that design. The pattern is accompanied by non-uniform contact pressure at some sliding .

      Abstract: Substrate reliability has, for a long time, been a concern for systems exposed to harsh environments. State-of-the-art direct bond copper (DBC) substrate is susceptible to large-temperature cycling range. Due to the coefficient of thermal expansion mismatch between copper and the base ceramic (e.g., Al 2 O 3 and AlN), delamination of copper from the ceramic base plate caused by. Effects of other variables on friction 68 Wear 77 Stick slip and stable sliding 81 Introduction 81 Rate effects on friction: the rate and state variable friction laws 83 Frictional stability regimes 87 Dynamics of stick slip 94 Friction under geological conditions 97 3 Mechanics of faulting.

    Thermomechanical analysis (TMA) is a technique used in thermal analysis, a branch of materials science which studies the properties of materials as they change with temperature.. Thermomechanical analysis is a subdiscipline of the thermomechanometry (TM) technique.   This book contains the Proceedings 13th International Symposium on Superalloys. Experimental Study of the Binary Ni‐Ru‐System Using Diffusion Couples Manufactured by Encapsulating Cast (Pages: ) Effects of the Process Parameters and Heat Treatments on Microstructure and Hardness (Pages: ).


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Papers from the Third Workshop on Thermomechanical Effects in Sliding Systems, sponsored by the U.S. Office of Naval Research, at Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, JuneDescription: x, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Wear, () THERMAL AND THERMOMECHANICAL EFFECTS IN DRY SLIDING FRANCIS E.

KENNEDY, JR. Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH (U.S.A.) Summary Whenever friction occurs in dry sliding of mechanical components, mechanical energy is transformed into heat through surface and volumetric processes in and around Cited by:   The appearance of the high temperatures was quantitatively demonstrated in r.

1, but the fact that the temperature maximum, once moved into the aper presented at the Third Workshop on Thermomechanical Effects in Sliding Systems, Hanover, NH, U.S.A., June/85/$ Eisevier Sequoia/Printed in The Netherlands 24 material Cited by: 3.

Request PDF | The effect of material properties on the thermoelastic stability of sliding systems | Frictionally excited thermoelastic instability (TEI) results in severe thermomechanical damage.

Book. Full-text available A program was written using the equations and it was applied to the study of surface temperatures in two different sliding systems: dry or boundary lubricated sleeve. The thermomechanical process of a sliding motion inside metallic materials is investigated in terms of a balance between the mechanical energy input and the heat conduction output.

It is shown that the process can very easily become unstable, leading to very large local velocity and temperature gradients and to the failure of the material. Thermomechanical Analysis of Elastoplastic Bodies in a Sliding Spherical Contact and the Effects of Sliding Speed, Heat Partition, and Thermal Softening Article in Journal of Tribology (4.

Paper presented at the Third Workshop on Thermomechanical Effects in Sliding Systems, Hanover, NH, U.S.A., June 18–20, Velocity and Relative Contact Size Effects on the Thermal Constriction Resistance in Sliding Solids N.

Laraqi Maiˆtre de Confe´rences Universite´ Paris VI, Laboratoire de Me´canique Physique, URA CNRSBP. 4-Place Jussieu, Paris Ce France. It is essential that the interfacial variables are obtained through solving the interactive thermomechanical contact problem. This paper studies the three dimensional thermomechanical contact of non-conforming rough surfaces, the model of which includes the normal surface displacements caused by the contact pressure, frictional shear, and.

Thermomechanical Analysis of Elastoplastic Bodies in a Sliding Spherical Contact and the Effect of Sliding Speed, Heat Partition, and Thermal Softening ASME J. Tribol. It is shown that the total surface temperature rise above ambient temperature is the sum of nominal temperature rise and flash temperature rise.

Models are developed for calculating nominal surface temperature rise for sliding bodies of finite size, including effects of. In Chapter E. Experimental analysis of hot spotting in sliding systems.

Book The goal of this study is to better understand and explain the thermomechanical effects of disc brakes by use of an. Offers unique content dedicated to thermomechanical fatigue behavior of ceramicmatrix composites (CMCs) and environmental barrier coatings Features comprehensive data tables and experimental verifications Covers a highly application-oriented subject—CMCs are being increasingly utilized in jet engines, industrial turbines, and exhaust systems.

A sliding contact is an electrical contact where current or signal flows through the contact. The contacts consist of a brush (usually stationary part) and a slip-ring/commutator (rotating part).

Low, stable contact voltage and low wear rate are required for materials used in sliding electrical contacts. Kennedy, (), “Thermaland Thermomechanical Effects in Dry Sliding,” Wear,– CrossRef Google Scholar. -Based Models of Contact and Friction,” Contact Problems and Surface Interaction in Manufacturing and Tribological Systems, ASME, PED 67 eBook Packages Springer Book Archive; Buy this book on publisher's.

The Effect of Ring Deflection and Heat Transfer on the Thermoelastic Instability of Rotating Face Seals, Wear,vol. 59, pp. – CrossRef Google Scholar   Thermomechanical Analysis of Semi-infinite Solid in Sliding Contact With a Fractal Surface J.

Tribol (April, ) Erratum: Experimental and Numerical Characterization of the Cyclic Thermomechanical Behavior of a High Temperature Forming Tool Alloy [ ASME J. Manuf. Sci. Eng., p.

The specific examples were related to the analysis of punch wear induced by reciprocal sliding along a rectilinear path on an elastic strip. The analysis of the same example with account for heat.

Material behavior description in a wide range of thermomechanical effects is one of the topical areas in mathematical modeling. Inclusion of grain boundary sliding as an important mechanism of polycrystalline material deformation at elevated temperatures and predominant deformation mechanism of metals and alloys in structural superplasticity allows to simulate various deformation regimes and.

Guides researchers and practitioners toward developing highly reliable ceramic-matrix composites The book systematically introduces the thermomechanical fatigue behavior of fiber-reinforced ceramic-matrix composites (CMCs) and environmental barrier coatings, including cyclic loading/unloading tensile behavior, cyclic fatigue behavior, dwell-fatigue behavior, thermomechanical fatigue.Systems including components with relative sliding, like clutches, brakes, hot forming tools, induce heating due to conversion of mechanical to thermal energy.

The corresponding heating is a major design parameter as it influences the tribological and mechanical performances (wear of the materials, friction performances, risks of cracks.Thermo-mechanical fatigue (short TMF) is the overlay of a cyclical mechanical loading, that leads to fatigue of a material, with a cyclical thermal loading.

Thermo-mechanical fatigue is an important point that needs to be considered, when constructing turbine engines or gas turbines.