A DISCRETE ELEMENT FORMALISM FOR MODELLING WEAR PARTICLE FORMATION IN CONTACT BETWEEN SLIDING METALS

Evgeny V. Shilko, Aleksandr S. Grigoriev, Alexey Yu. Smolin

DOI Number
10.22190/FUME201221012S
First page
007
Last page
022

Abstract


The paper describes an advanced discrete-element based mechanical model, which allows modelling contact interaction of ductile materials with taking into account fracture and surface adhesion by the cold welding mechanism. The model describes these competitive processes from a unified standpoint and uses plastic work of deformation as a criterion of both local fracture and chemical bonding of surfaces in contact spots. Using this model, we carried out a preliminary study of the formation of wear particles and wedges during the friction of rough metal surfaces and the influence of the type of forming third body (interfacial) elements on the dynamics of the friction coefficient. The qualitative difference of friction dynamics in the areas of the contact zone characterized by different degrees of mechanical confinement is shown.

Keywords

Dry friction, Cold welding, Wear debris, Mechanical confinement, Computer modeling, Discrete element method

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