Microscopic dynamic observation of adhesion hysteresis friction and exploration of the influence of different pressures on friction transmission
adhesion hysteresis friction, viscoelasticity, frictional vibration, dynamic monitoring
The mechanism of adhesive friction between viscoelastic materials is a key question. In this study, the friction process of the adhesive interface between a friction lining and a wire rope is dynamically observed in real time to analyze the adhesion hysteresis friction intuitively and quantitatively. The adhesion is determined by the state of motion, while the relative displacement of the wire rope and lining is used to find the magnitude of the adhesive friction. The hysteresis friction is reflected by the internal deformation of the lining. The magnitude of the hysteresis friction is determined by the displacement difference (Δx) in the sliding direction of two marked points at different distances from the contact surface. The results show that the adhesion friction is proportional to the loss modulus and the hysteresis friction is proportional to the ratio of the loss modulus to the square of the storage modulus (E"/(E'2)). The frictional vibration first decreases and then increases with the increase in pressure. The K25 lining has the highest adhesion hysteresis friction and minimal frictional vibration. The result provides a simple and intuitive method for research into the friction transmission and vibration of viscoelastic materials.
Tsinghua University Press
Cun-ao FENG, De-kun ZHANG, Kai CHEN. Microscopic dynamic observation of adhesion hysteresis friction and exploration of the influence of different pressures on friction transmission. Friction 2021, 9(4): 758-773.