rolling contact

rolling contact

[′rōl·iŋ ′kän‚takt]
(mechanics)
Contact between bodies such that the relative velocity of the two contacting surfaces at the point of contact is zero.
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Tenders are invited for Supply, Installation, testing and commissioning of 180 kva air cooled automatic voltage regulator with automatic rolling contact for three new sites at patnitop jammu region uri srinagar region and himbotongla leh region in j and k
Hunter, "The rolling contact of a rigid cylinder with a viscoelastic half space," Journal of Applied Mechanics, pp.
This year's events included a behind the scenes engineering tour with Professor Ian Glover and a tour around the university's Institute of Railway Research, where children were given the rare opportunity to wear a hard hat and explore Harold, the Huddersfield Adhesion and Rolling Contact Laboratory Dynamics test rig.
The tangential forces due to friction and teeth ensure that the contact is a pure rolling contact, without sliding.
Rolling contact fatigue, wear of rail and wheel, stress distributions on contact patch and dynamic response of railway vehicles are prevalently researched topics, which are related to wheel and rail contact.
Much less has been written on wear at the rolling contact surface of rollers and bearing side wear.
Pitting corrosion: In the normal operation of the bearing, rolling by the load size different, resulting in rolling contact surfaces of the body and the inner and outer contact force changes, when the contact stress is beyond the limit value, the surface fatigue crack is generated and continuous expansion to the bearing surface formation of pitting corrosion.
Li, Wheel-rail rolling contact and its application to wear simulation [Ph.
The system, contracted to Siemens in December 2012, is capable of improving the rail resistance to both wear and rolling contact fatigue, and was designed by Siemens Metals Technologies and Centro Sviluppo Materiali SpA (RINA-CSM).
8 km in MRT3, a number of track defects were observed along the line randomly that relate to the Rolling Contact Fatigue (wheel l burning/shelling).
Verl, Modeling linear guide systems with CoFEM--Equivalent models for rolling contact, Stuttgart Research Centre for Simulation Technology (SRC SimTech), no.