By Peter Wriggers, Udo Nackenhorst

ISBN-10: 3540317600

ISBN-13: 9783540317609

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This rigorously edited e-book deals a state of the art review on formula, mathematical research and numerical answer systems of touch difficulties. The contributions gathered during this quantity summarize the lectures awarded by way of major scientists within the quarter of touch mechanics, throughout the 4th touch Mechanics overseas Symposium (CMIS) held in Hannover, Germany, 2005.

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6) Expressing the covariant derivative in eqn. (6) the following equation is obtained ρξξ · ρξ dT h11 ˙ = − T (ρξ · ρξ )ξ˙ + ξ˙ − ζ, (7) dt (ρξ · ρξ ) a11 where T is a penalty parameter for the tangential interaction, a11 and h11 are components of the metric tensor resp. of the curvature tensor for the cylindrical surface. If a path length s = ξ is used for parameterization, then eqn. (7) is transformed as dT =− dt T s˙ ˙ − κζ, (8) where κ is a curvature of the master contact plane curve. 3 Linearization for a Newton type solution scheme The derivation of the contact matrices can be performed either according to the cylindrical geometry, or according to the geometry of the plane curves.

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