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tribology

[trī′bäl·ə·jē]
(physics)
The study of the phenomena and mechanisms of friction, lubrication, and wear of surfaces in relative motion.
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Experimental method for and theoretical research on defect tolerance of fixed plate based on damage mechanics, Chinese Journal of Aeronautics 26(5): 1195-1201.
Based on the characteristics of the fatigue damage, some nonlinear damage cumulative theories, continuum damage mechanics approaches, and energy-based damage methods have been proposed and developed [11-14, 21-23, 34, 35].
Sahari, "Continuum damage mechanics modeling for fatigue life of elastomeric materials," International Journal of Structural Integrity, vol.
Based on the theory of continuum mechanics and irreversible thermodynamics, macro damage mechanics (CDM) assumes that the media, which contains various defects and structures, is a continuum.
Taken from papers presented at the international conference "Advances in fracture and damage mechanics XII" held in September 2013 in Sardinia, Italy, representatives of nineteen countries offer the latest theoretical, computation, and experimental research on fracture and damage mechanics as well as materials' structural integrity and durability.
To incorporate damage on the constitutive equations, the so-called effective stress from continuum damage mechanics is used.
In recent years, with the development of fracture mechanics and damage mechanics [10], many scholars have theoretically analyzed the fracture initiation from the perspective of fracture damage [11].
International Conference on Fracture and Damage Mechanics (14th: 2015: Budva, Montenegro) Edited by Darko Bajic, Zdenko Tonkovic, and Ferri Aliabadi
Drawing on continuum damage mechanics, he explains nonlinear static and dynamic behavior, active control of vibrations, and failure mechanics of the laminated structures and piezoelectric laminated structures with damage.
Short communications review work on topics such as a fatigue behavior model for short fiberglass reinforced polyamides, and fatigue crack growth prediction in asphalt concrete materials with a damage mechanics model.

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