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Zhuravlev V.Ph., "Flat Dynamics of a Homogeneous Parallelepiped with Dry Friction," Mech. Solids. 56 (1), 1-3 (2021)
Year 2021 Volume 56 Number 1 Pages 1-3
DOI 10.3103/S0025654421010131
Title Flat Dynamics of a Homogeneous Parallelepiped with Dry Friction
Author(s) Zhuravlev V.Ph. (Ishlinsky Institute for Problems in Mechanics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 119526 Russia,
Abstract The problem of the dynamics of a rigid body in the form of a parallelepiped on a plane in the presence of two-dimensional dry friction (generalized model of dry friction Coulomb-Contensou [1]) is considered. Since in this model of friction there are no discontinuities of the first kind in velocity, the problem is mathematically simpler than problems with one-dimensional (according to Coulomb) dry friction. In this example, increasing the dimensions leads to the regularization of the problem.
Keywords dynamics, dry friction, parallelepiped, plane
Received 11 March 2020Revised 15 March 2020Accepted 19 March 2020
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