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Contacts and Fretting - Mechanics Colloquium

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Contact problems are important because all loads (except those developed as body forces) are transmitted into components through contacts. As undergraduates we learn about the Hertz problem, but there are many other kinds of contact, and each has its own properties. In the seminar we will look at some properties of the different kinds of contacts understood, with particular reference to what happens when they carry cyclic shear forces, and therefore undergo slip.

This talk is part of the Engineering - Mechanics and Materials Seminar Series series.

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