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28) –2 – 2 ) –1 . 29) When the contact is circular, the non-dimensionalised direct stresses are given by ESDU Copyright material. For current status contact ESDU. 0 = sin γ . 33) 1 - . 46). 45) are based on work from Derivation A3. 36) ( fz )p = 0 . 39) p = ( q yz ) = 0 . 2 Stresses at ends of contact ellipse ESDU Copyright material. For current status contact ESDU. At the ends of the major semi-axis, where x = ± a and y = 0 , the principal stresses are obtainable from 1 – 2σ a +Λ ( fx )a = β ----------------- 1 – ------- log e a-------------2 Λ 2 a–Λ 1 – β and , ( fy ) = – ( fx ) a a ( f z ) = ( q xy ) = ( q yz ) = ( q zx ) = 0 .
ESDU Copyright material. For current status contact ESDU. A3. 78035 52 78035 THE PREPARATION OF THIS DATA ITEM The work on this particular Item was monitored and guided by the Non-conformal Contact Working Party which has the following membership: Prof. T. Barwell* Prof. D. Dowson Mr A. Dyson Mr W. J. Roylance ESDU Copyright material. For current status contact ESDU. * – – – – – University of Hong Kong University of Leeds Shell Research Ltd, Chester University of Strathclyde University College of Swansea Corresponding Member and which was appointed by the Mechanisms Committee, the Stress Analysis and Strength of Components Committee, and the Tribology Steering Group, on whose behalf the Working Party acted.
D. Dowson Dr M. Godet* Dr D. H. F. , NY, USA. Corresponding Member The work on this Item was carried out in the Mechanisms Group of ESDU. J. Clifton – Executive Engineer, Head of Mechanisms.