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- I. A. Lyashenko, V. L. Popov
- Scientific reports
- 2015

An impact of an elastic sphere with an elastic half space under no-slip conditions (infinitely large coefficient of friction) is studied numerically using the method of dimensionality reduction. It is shown that the rebound velocity and angular velocity, written as proper dimensionless variables, are determined by a function of only the ratio of tangential… (More)

- I A Lyashenko, L Pastewka, B N J Persson
- Physical review letters
- 2013

A Comment on the Letter by Q. Li, M. Popov, A. Dimaki, A. E. Filippov, S. Kürschner, and V. L. Popov, Phys. Rev. Lett. 111, 034301 (2013). The authors of the Letter offer a Reply.

The thermodynamic model of ultrathin lubricant lm melting conned between two atomically-at solid surfaces is built using the Landau phase transition approach. Non-equilibrium entropy is introduced describing the part of thermal motion conditioned by non-equilibrium and non-homogeneous character of the thermal distribution. The equilibrium entropy is changed… (More)

The thermodynamic model of ultrathin lubricant film melting, confined between two atomically-flat solid surfaces , is built using the Landau phase transition approach. Non-equilibrium entropy is introduced describing the part of thermal motion conditioned by non-equilibrium and non-homogeneous character of the thermal distribution. The equilibrium entropy… (More)

- Iakov A Lyashenko, Alexander E Filippov, Mikhail Popov, Valentin L Popov
- Physical review. E
- 2016

We consider the dynamical properties of boundary lubrication in contact between two atomically smooth solid surfaces separated by an ultrathin layer of lubricant. In contrast to previous works on this topic, we explicitly consider the heterogeneity of tangential stresses, which arises in a contact of elastic bodies that are moved tangentially relative to… (More)

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