Contact mechanics modelling of surface engineered systems.

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Show simple item record Bell, Tom Sun, Yong Dong, H. 2010-02-09T09:45:42Z 2010-02-09T09:45:42Z 2008
dc.identifier.citation Bell, T., Sun, Y. and Dong, H. (2008) International Journal of Microstructure and Materials Properties, 3 (1) pp.1-20. en
dc.identifier.issn 1741-8429
dc.identifier.issn 1741-8410
dc.description.abstract The ever-increasing demands for combined properties in modern machinery operating under ever more severe conditions have been the driver for the rapid developments of many advances surface engineering technologies. Designers thus have many surface engineering technologies to select from in the design of components. However, it also presents challenges to designers to select an optimal surface engineering process for a specific application. To this end, a contact mechanics model has been developed based on modern theories of multilayered surface contact, taking into account the multilayered structure, real surface roughness and friction effects. With this model, the performance of surface engineered components can be successfully predicted. In this paper, the development of Hertz contact theory is first reviewed, the Birmingham multilayered real rough surface contact mechanical model is discussed and a number of major steps towards designing dynamically loaded surface engineered components are demonstrated by case studies. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher Inderscience Enterprises Ltd. en
dc.subject contact mechanics en
dc.subject modelling en
dc.subject surface engineering en
dc.title Contact mechanics modelling of surface engineered systems. en
dc.type Article en
dc.researchgroup Emerging Technologies Research Centre
dc.peerreviewed Yes en

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