By Dieter Besdo, Bodo Heimann, Manfred Klüppel, Matthias Kröger, Peter Wriggers, Udo Nackenhorst
Booklet annotation no longer on hand for this title.Title: Elastomere FrictionAuthor: Besdo, Dieter/ Heimann, Bodo/ Kluppel, Manfred/ Kroger, Matthias/ Wriggers, PeterPublisher: Springer VerlagPublication Date: 2011/09/28Number of Pages: 249Binding sort: HARDCOVERLibrary of Congress:
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Higher velocities result in a strongly increasing minimal contact length, which means that at high velocities only large structures 24 L. Busse, A. Le Gal, and M. Kl¨ uppel contribute to the friction process as fewer small asperities become accessible for the fast sliding rubber. Higher ﬁller contents also result in higher minimal length, too, because the poorly elastic ﬁlled sample cannot enter the cavities deeply to establish a laterally broad contact. For asphalt, this is true only at a second glance: As the highly ﬁlled samples have a weaker slope in minimal wave length, curves reverse for high velocities.
Adhesional eﬀects may have great relevance, wear and abrasion of the rubber changes its proﬁle and during extreme brake applications even the track proﬁle may be battered. Practical experiments are often limited in their results. Experimental rigs have mostly crucial restrictions concerning the applicable sliding velocity or the normal pressure. Exact temperature measurements in the contact zone are always diﬃcult or sometimes even impossible; the penetration depth and true contact area can only be estimated and the repetition of measurements will often take place under diﬀerent environmental conditions.