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Non-monotonic dynamics in the onset of frictional slip

@inproceedings{Farain2021NonmonotonicDI,
  title={Non-monotonic dynamics in the onset of frictional slip},
  author={K. Farain and Daniel Bonn},
  year={2021}
}
The transition from static to dynamic friction is often described as a fracture-like instantaneous slip. However, studies on slow sliding processes aimed at understanding frictional instabilities and earthquakes report slow friction transients that are usually explained by empirical rate-and-state formulations. We perform very slow (∼ nm/s) macroscopic-scale sliding experiments and show that the onset of frictional slip is governed by continuous non-monotonic dynamics originating from a… 

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