IUTAM Symposium on Computational Methods in Contact Mechanics [electronic resource] : Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium held in Hannover, Germany, November 5–8, 2006 / edited by Peter Wriggers, Udo Nackenhorst.

By: Wriggers, Peter [editor.]Contributor(s): Nackenhorst, Udo [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: IUTAM Bookseries: 3Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2007Description: X, 385 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781402064050Subject(s): Engineering | Mechanical engineering | Engineering | Numerical and Computational Methods in Engineering | Structural MechanicsAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 006.3 LOC classification: Q342Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Multigrid Methods for Unilateral Contact Problems with Friction -- Contact Dynamics with Lagrange Multipliers -- Some Advances in Mathematical Programming Method for Numerical Simulation of Contact Problems -- Finite Element Analysis of Nonsmooth Frictional Contact -- Energy-Momentum Conserving Schemes for Frictionless Dynamic Contact Problems -- Symmetrization of Various Friction Models Based on an Augmented Lagrangian Approach -- Adaptive BEM for Contact Problems with Friction -- Recent Extensions of Mortar-Based Contact Formulations: Lubrication Modeling and Parallel Implementations -- A Coupled Contact and Decohesion Analysis of Laminated Beams -- Smooth Frictional Contact between Beams in 3D -- Nonlinear Boundary Problems for a Cylinder -- Evolution from the Hertzian Contact Model to Non-Hertzian Conditions for Fast Dynamic Simulations -- A Fully Implicit Approach for the Numerical Treatment of Tractive Rolling -- A Study on 3D Contact of Rough Surfaces Considering Finite Elastoplasticity -- Frictional Contact for Pile Installation -- The Influence of Contact Pressure on the Dynamic Friction Coefficient in Cylindrical Rubber-Metal Contact Geometries -- Modular Modelling of Dynamic Systems with Elastomer Contacts -- Two FEM Approaches for the Prediction and Quantification of “Stick-Slip” Phenomena on Rubber-Metal Sliding Contacts -- Contact Mechanics of Wearing out Solids -- Modelling of Grain Boundaries Contact in Metals -- Segregation of Particulate Material Using the Discrete Element Method -- Unilateral Contact and Damage Analysis in Masonry Arches -- Discontinuous Numerical Analysis of Masonry Vaults.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: Computational methods for the analysis of contact problems have been under - velopment for more than three decades. One could think that it is a mature ?eld which does not necessarily need new input from scientists working in the area of numerical methods. But even now there is still room for research in computational contact mechanics, hence engineering analysis includes unilateral constraints when a detailed modelling of a problem is needed. This detailed modelling of real str- tures includes e. g. rolling wheels, metal forming processes and car crash analysis, and is related to the increasing power of modern computering equipment. But also multi-physicsmodellingofthermo-mechanicalorelectro-mechanicalcontactas well as microscopic modelling are used in order to get a deeper insight into the mech- ism offrictionand wear. Besides this also new numericalsimulation techniqueswere developed within the ?nite element or boundaryelement method yielding better d- cretization tools and more ef?cient algorithmsfor contact. But up to now there exists no approach which solves all problems of the above mentioned areas in a robust and reliable way, hence investigations and developments are still needed. Even today, scientists try to construct numerically more ef?cient and stable algorithms for the treatment of nonlinear constraint optimization problems and to develop better and more stable discretization schemes for ?nite deformation contact problems. The aim of the symposiumwas to bringscientists togetherwho workon the fr- tier of research in computational contact mechanics described above, or in closely related subjects.
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Multigrid Methods for Unilateral Contact Problems with Friction -- Contact Dynamics with Lagrange Multipliers -- Some Advances in Mathematical Programming Method for Numerical Simulation of Contact Problems -- Finite Element Analysis of Nonsmooth Frictional Contact -- Energy-Momentum Conserving Schemes for Frictionless Dynamic Contact Problems -- Symmetrization of Various Friction Models Based on an Augmented Lagrangian Approach -- Adaptive BEM for Contact Problems with Friction -- Recent Extensions of Mortar-Based Contact Formulations: Lubrication Modeling and Parallel Implementations -- A Coupled Contact and Decohesion Analysis of Laminated Beams -- Smooth Frictional Contact between Beams in 3D -- Nonlinear Boundary Problems for a Cylinder -- Evolution from the Hertzian Contact Model to Non-Hertzian Conditions for Fast Dynamic Simulations -- A Fully Implicit Approach for the Numerical Treatment of Tractive Rolling -- A Study on 3D Contact of Rough Surfaces Considering Finite Elastoplasticity -- Frictional Contact for Pile Installation -- The Influence of Contact Pressure on the Dynamic Friction Coefficient in Cylindrical Rubber-Metal Contact Geometries -- Modular Modelling of Dynamic Systems with Elastomer Contacts -- Two FEM Approaches for the Prediction and Quantification of “Stick-Slip” Phenomena on Rubber-Metal Sliding Contacts -- Contact Mechanics of Wearing out Solids -- Modelling of Grain Boundaries Contact in Metals -- Segregation of Particulate Material Using the Discrete Element Method -- Unilateral Contact and Damage Analysis in Masonry Arches -- Discontinuous Numerical Analysis of Masonry Vaults.

Computational methods for the analysis of contact problems have been under - velopment for more than three decades. One could think that it is a mature ?eld which does not necessarily need new input from scientists working in the area of numerical methods. But even now there is still room for research in computational contact mechanics, hence engineering analysis includes unilateral constraints when a detailed modelling of a problem is needed. This detailed modelling of real str- tures includes e. g. rolling wheels, metal forming processes and car crash analysis, and is related to the increasing power of modern computering equipment. But also multi-physicsmodellingofthermo-mechanicalorelectro-mechanicalcontactas well as microscopic modelling are used in order to get a deeper insight into the mech- ism offrictionand wear. Besides this also new numericalsimulation techniqueswere developed within the ?nite element or boundaryelement method yielding better d- cretization tools and more ef?cient algorithmsfor contact. But up to now there exists no approach which solves all problems of the above mentioned areas in a robust and reliable way, hence investigations and developments are still needed. Even today, scientists try to construct numerically more ef?cient and stable algorithms for the treatment of nonlinear constraint optimization problems and to develop better and more stable discretization schemes for ?nite deformation contact problems. The aim of the symposiumwas to bringscientists togetherwho workon the fr- tier of research in computational contact mechanics described above, or in closely related subjects.

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