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TitleOn the frictional contacts in multibody system dynamics
Author(s)Marques, Pedro Filipe Lima
Flores, Paulo
Lankarani, Hamid M.
KeywordsFriction
Multibody dynamics
Contact forces
Stick-slip
Issue date2016
PublisherSpringer Verlag
JournalComputational Methods in Applied Sciences
Abstract(s)A comprehensive analysis on the use of different friction force models on the dynamic simulations of multibody mechanical systems is investigated in this work. In this context, some of the most relevant approaches for dealing with friction available in the literature are revisited. In a broad sense, the friction models can be classified into the statics and dynamics models, as they describe the steady-state behavior or utilize extra state variable to capture the dynamic phenomena, respectively. In this process, the main limitations and implications of the friction force models are briefly analyzed. The dynamic responses of a single-mass one degree-of-freedom system with permanent contact, as well as a multibody model of double pendulum impacting the ground at its tip, are examined to analyze and compare the various friction laws. The obtained results suggest that the prediction of the dynamic behavior of multibody systems can strongly depend on the selection of the appropriate friction model as well as frictional parameters.
TypeConference paper
Description"Series title: Computational methods in applied sciences, ISSN1871-3033, vol. 42"
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/41286
ISBN978-3-319-30612-4
978-3-319-30614-8
DOI10.1007/978-3-319-30614-8_4
ISSN1871-3033
AccessRestricted access (Author)
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