By Karl-Heinz Zum Gahr
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S. E. McClintock / Physics Reports 323 (2000) 1}80 Fig. 9. 52) (curve 3) for the same values of the parameters as in Fig. 8. where G( ) is the probability #ux at a "xed value of . A solution of Eq. 54) is 3K 2G( ) V C( )! (1! f (x)! f (x) 4 K 29K K #2( f (x)! ) f (x)#( f (x)) ! f 4(x)# (23( f (x)! ) f '4(x) 48 8 7 #52 f (x) f (x)#31( f (x)))# ( f (x)! ) f (x)#12( f (x)! ) f (x) f (x) 2 2(;(x)! x) w( )"exp ! K #2( f (x)) exp 2(;(x)! x) dx . 55) From the periodicity condition of the function w(x, ) we "nd the relationship between C( ) and G( ): 2G( ) C( )" (I ( )!
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20(a)). The frequency of these oscillations + . S. E. McClintock / Physics Reports 323 (2000) 1}80 57 Fig. 20. 1; (b) x(0)"1. 75). The time-evolution of the variable z is similar to that of y. deviate further and further from harmonicity, as exempli"ed by Fig. 20(b). The frequency of natural oscillations decreases with their increasing amplitude. , f (t)"cos t, where "2 . We emphasize that the frequency of the contact rate variation is about twice the natural frequency of small free oscillations of the model variables .
Microstructure and Wear of Materials by Karl-Heinz Zum Gahr