In this paper the statical equilibrium problem of a rectangular plate unilaterally constrained against an elastic half-space is analyzed. The frictional contact hypothesis at the interface between plate and foundation is made. The assumed friction law represents a suitable regularization of Coulomb's classical law, which is particularly helpful in view of the theoretical and numerical developments. The problem is formulated and discussed from a theoretical point of view. Some numerical results are also given showing the influence on the solution of the frictional contact hypothesis.

On the statical unilateral contact problem with friction of rectangular plates resting on an elastic half-space / Ascione, L; Bruno, Domenico. - In: MECCANICA. - ISSN 0025-6455. - 24:4(1989), pp. 223-234.

On the statical unilateral contact problem with friction of rectangular plates resting on an elastic half-space

BRUNO, Domenico
1989

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In this paper the statical equilibrium problem of a rectangular plate unilaterally constrained against an elastic half-space is analyzed. The frictional contact hypothesis at the interface between plate and foundation is made. The assumed friction law represents a suitable regularization of Coulomb's classical law, which is particularly helpful in view of the theoretical and numerical developments. The problem is formulated and discussed from a theoretical point of view. Some numerical results are also given showing the influence on the solution of the frictional contact hypothesis.
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