IUTAM Symposium on Computational Methods in Contact Mechanics: Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium held in Hannover, Germany, November 5-8, 2006 by Peter WriggersIUTAM Symposium on Computational Methods in Contact Mechanics: Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium held in Hannover, Germany, November 5-8, 2006 by Peter Wriggers

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EditorPeter Wriggers, Udo Nackenhorst

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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. Contact modelling within real structures includes e.g. rolling wheels, metal forming processes and car crash analysis, and is outcome of the increasing power of modern computers. Also, multi-physics modelling of thermo-mechanical or electro-mechanical contact and microscopic modelling are used in order to get a deeper insight into the mechanism of friction and wear. Moreover, new numerical simulation techniques were developed within the finite element or boundary element method yielding better discretization tools and more efficient algorithms for contact. However, 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. The aim of the symposium was to bring scientists together who work on the frontier of research in computational contact mechanics described above, or in closely related subjects. During the symposium 37 scientists presented their newest findings in the area of discretization techniques for contact, algorithms and interesting numerical simulations of contact problems. The symposium gave detailed insight in the newest development in the area of simulation techniques for contact problems. Topics treated included new mathematical techniques like multi-level approaches, new discretization techniques like the mortar-method, advanced applications of unilateral contact to masonry structures, decohesion analysis and tractive rolling of tires. The current volume provides a good overview of modern techniques and state-of-the-art discretizations schemes applied in contact mechanics, and will stimulate future collaboration in science related to computational contact mechanics and in the organization of minisymposia and workshops in the area contact mechanics.
Title:IUTAM Symposium on Computational Methods in Contact Mechanics: Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium…Format:PaperbackDimensions:394 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.03 inPublished:November 30, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Preface; Multigrid Methods for Unilateral Contact Problems with Friction, by Frédéric Lebon, Michel Raous and Julian Rosu; Contact Dynamics with Lagrange Multipliers, by Stephan Brunfien, Stefan Hüeber and Barbara Wohlmuth; Some Advances in Mathematical Programming Method for Numerical Simulation of Contact Problems, by H.W. Zhang, A.H. Liao, Z Q. Xie, B.S. Chen and H. Wang; Finite Element Analysis of Nonsmooth Frictional Contact, by Anna Pandolfi and Michael Ortiz; Energy-Momentum Conserving Schemes for Frictionless Dynamic Contact Problems. Part I: NTS Method, by Peter Betsch and Christian Hesch; Symmetrization of Various Friction Models Based on an Augmented Lagrangian Approach, by Alexander Konyukhov and Karl Schweizerhof; Adaptive BEM for Contact Problems with Friction, by Alexey Chernov and Ernst P. Stephan; Recent Extensions of Mortar-Based Contact Formulations: Lubrication Modeling and Parallel Implementations, by Tod A. Laursen, Eui Joong Kim and Bin Yang; A Coupled Contact and Decohesion Analysis of Laminated Beams, by Alberto Carpinteri, Marco Paggi and Giorgio Zavarise; Smooth Frictional Contact between Beams in 3D, by Przemyslaw Litewka; Nonlinear Boundary Problems for a Cylinder, by Alexander Shermenev; Evolution from the Hertzian Contact Model to Non-Hertzian Conditions for Fast Dynamic Simulations, by Hugues Chollet, Michel Sebes and Jean Bernard Ayasse; A Fully Implicit Approach for the Numerical Treatment of Tractive Rolling, by M. Ziefle and U. Nackenhorst; A Study on 3D Contact of Rough Surfaces Considering Finite Elastoplasticity, by Alex Alves Bandeira, Paulo M. Pimenta and Peter Wriggers; Frictional Contact for Pile Installation, by Daichao Sheng; The Influence of Contact Pressure on the Dynamic Friction Coefficient in Cylindrical Rubber-Metal Contact Geometries, by M.A. Jiménez, J.M. Bielsa, R. Rodriguez and S. Dobón; Modular Modelling of Dynamic Systems with Elastomer Contacts, by M. Kroger, P. Moldenhauer and G. Gäbel; Two HIM Approaches for the Prediction and Quantification of "Stick-Slip" Phenomena on Rubber-Metal Sliding Contacts, by J.M. Bielsa, C. Bernad, R. Rodriguez and M.A. Jiménez; Contact Mechanics of Wearing out Solids, by Alfred Zmitrowicz; Modelling of Grain Boundaries Contact in Metals, by N.M. Vlasov and I.I. Fedik; Segregation of Particulate Material Using the Discrete Element Method, by Hashem Alkhaldi and Peter Eberhard; Unilateral Contact and Damage Analysis in Masonry Arches, by M. Campo, G.A. Drosopoulos, J.R. Fernández and G.E. Stavroulakis; Discontinuous Numerical Analysis of Masonry Vaults, by R. Bravo and J.L Pérez-Aparicio; Author Index; Subject Index.