Rate and state dependent friction and the stability of sliding between elastically deformable solids

  title={Rate and state dependent friction and the stability of sliding between elastically deformable solids},
  author={James R. Ricea and Nadia Lapustaa and K. Ranjitha},
  • James R. Ricea, Nadia Lapustaa, K. Ranjitha
  • Published 2001
We study the stability of steady sliding between elastically deformable continua using rate and state dependent friction laws. That is done for both elastically identical and elastically dissimilar solids. The focus is on linearized response to perturbations of steady-state sliding, and on studying how the positive direct e1ect (instantaneous increase or decrease of shear strength in response to a respective instantaneous increase or decrease of slip rate) of those laws allows the existence of… CONTINUE READING
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