Cylinder-flat-surface contact mechanics during sliding.

@article{Wang2020CylinderflatsurfaceCM,
  title={Cylinder-flat-surface contact mechanics during sliding.},
  author={J. Wang and Avinash Tiwari and B. N. J. Persson and I. M. Sivebaek},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2020},
  volume={102 4-1},
  pages={
          043002
        }
}
Using molecular dynamics we study the dependency of the contact mechanics on the sliding speed when an elastic block (cylinder) with a cos(q_{0}x) surface height profile is sliding in adhesive contact on a rigid flat substrate. The atoms on the block interact with the substrate atoms by Lennard-Jones potentials, and we consider both commensurate and (nearly) incommensurate contacts. For the incommensurate system the friction force fluctuates between positive and negative values, with an… 

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