l11anno - Generally Speaking Enforce sticking, i.e. equate...

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Unformatted text preview: Generally Speaking Enforce sticking, i.e. equate and solve the problem. If stop Else enforce sliding, i.e. equate , use your previous result to assign the friction force direction and solve the problem. If stop Else reverse the friction force direction and solve the problem. | | | | f F N f F v | | | | f F N v Concepts 1) Kinematics 1) Dynamics 2) Solids 3) Fluids 2) Constitutive 1. Interface: Coulomb 2. Solids: Young 3. Fluids: Newton 3) Momentum conservation 1) Dynamics 2) Solids 3) Fluids ( ) ( ) i C i t m t F a | F f | | N |and F f v D ( x , t ) + f ( x , t ) = u ( x , t ) u ( x , t ), ( x , t ) u '( x , t ) r OP ( t ), v P ( t ) r OP ( t ), a P ( t ) r OP ( t ) 1 ( , ), ( ) ( , ) ( , ) 2 T t t t t v x D x, v x v x E + ( , ) = div T x t f v E perfect plast....
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2012 for the course TAM 212 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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l11anno - Generally Speaking Enforce sticking, i.e. equate...

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