Circular-linear model of the force of dry friction

K. Ragulskis1 , A. Bubulis2 , R. Maskeliūnas3 , P. Paškevičius4 , L. Ragulskis5

1Kaunas University of Technology, K. Donelaičio Str. 73, LT-44249, Kaunas, Lithuania

2Kaunas University of Technology, Mechatronics Institute, Studentų Str. 56, LT-51424, Kaunas, Lithuania

3Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Saulėtekio Al. 11, LT-10223, Vilnius, Lithuania

4Company “Vaivora”, Palemono Str. 2a, LT-52191, Kaunas, Lithuania

5Vytautas Magnus University, Vileikos Str. 8, LT-44404, Kaunas, Lithuania

1Corresponding author

Mathematical Models in Engineering, Vol. 4, Issue 4, 2018, p. 210-215. https://doi.org/10.21595/mme.2018.20503
Received 30 October 2018; received in revised form 5 December 2018; accepted 13 December 2018; published 31 December 2018

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Abstract.

In the numerical methods taking into account the force of dry friction numerical approximation is used when performing calculations. Circular-linear approximation for the local transition region is recommended. Results of numerical calculations are presented. The advantages of using this proposed representation are seen from the obtained results presented in this paper.

Keywords: circular-linear approximation, force of dry friction, numerical results, vibrations, graphical representation.

1. Introduction

When numerical methods are applied for nonlinear problems various types of procedures are used for approximation of nonlinear behavior of the system. In engineering applications it is important to take into account the force of dry friction. Various approximate representations of this phenomenon may be used. In this paper circular-linear approximation for the local transition region is proposed and investigated numerically.

This paper continues the investigations presented in [1] and [2]. Basic problems taking into account the force of dry friction and their analysis are presented in [3].

Problems of surface cleaning are described in [4]. This dynamical process is also presented in [5]. Particles and their interactions with surfaces are analyzed in [6]. Particles interacting with larger particles are investigated in [7]. Adhesion of particles is presented in [8]. Experimental investigations of particles are described in [9]. The force of dry friction is essential in the numerical analysis of models of cleaning of surfaces.

2. Circular-linear approximation of dry friction

Further u denotes displacement of the investigated vibrating system, H represents the approximate force representing dry friction and dot over the variable denotes differentiation with respect to the time t.

Value of velocity at the beginning of the local transition interval between the constant values of the force is u˙1 and value of velocity at the end of the local transition interval between the constant values of the force is u˙2. The average value is:

(1)
u ˙ c = u ˙ 1 + u ˙ 2 2 .

Value of the force approximating dry friction at the beginning of the local transition interval is H1 and value of the force approximating dry friction at the end of the local transition interval is H2. The average value is:

(2)
H c = H 1 + H 2 2 .

Further r denotes small radius of the circle.

Case 1. It is assumed that:

(3)
H 1 > H 2 .

The following lengths are calculated:

(4)
s = u ˙ c - u ˙ 1 2 + H 1 - r - H c 2 ,
(5)
t = s 2 - r 2 .

The following angles are calculated:

(6)
α = a r c t a n r t ,
(7)
β = a r c t a n H 1 - r - H c u ˙ c - u ˙ 1 .

The following coordinates of points are calculated:

(8)
u ˙ 3 = u ˙ c - t c o s α + β ,
(9)
H 3 = H c + t s i n α + β ,
(10)
u ˙ 4 = u ˙ c + t c o s α + β ,
(11)
H 4 = H c - t s i n α + β .

The circular-linear special function is defined as:

(12)
C u ˙ 1 , u ˙ 2 , H 1 , H 2 , u ˙ = H 1 - r + r 2 - u ˙ - u ˙ 1 2 , u ˙ < u ˙ 3 , H 2 + r - r 2 - u ˙ - u ˙ 2 2 , u ˙ > u ˙ 4 , H 3 + H 4 - H 3 u ˙ 4 - u ˙ 3 u ˙ - u ˙ 3 , u ˙ 3 u ˙ u ˙ 4 .

Case 2. It is assumed that:

(13)
H 1 < H 2 .

The following lengths are calculated:

(14)
s = u ˙ c - u ˙ 1 2 + H c - H 1 + r 2 ,
(15)
t = s 2 - r 2 .

The following angles are calculated:

(16)
α = a r c t a n r t ,
(17)
β = a r c t a n H c - H 1 + r u ˙ c - u ˙ 1 .

The following coordinates of points are calculated:

(18)
u ˙ 3 = u ˙ c - t c o s α + β ,
(19)
H 3 = H c - t s i n α + β ,
(20)
u ˙ 4 = u ˙ c + t c o s α + β ,
(21)
H 4 = H c + t s i n α + β .

The circular-linear special function is defined as:

(22)
C u ˙ 1 , u ˙ 2 , H 1 , H 2 , u ˙ = H 1 + r - r 2 - u ˙ - u ˙ 1 2 , u ˙ < u ˙ 3 , H 2 - r + r 2 - u ˙ - u ˙ 2 2 , u ˙ > u ˙ 4 , H 3 + H 4 - H 3 u ˙ 4 - u ˙ 3 u ˙ - u ˙ 3 , u ˙ 3 u ˙ u ˙ 4 .

The force of dry friction is approximated in the following way:

(23)
H = C - Δ , Δ , - h , h , u ˙ , u ˙ < Δ , h , u ˙ Δ ,       u ˙ > 0 , - h , u ˙ Δ ,       u ˙ < 0 ,

where h is the coefficient of dry friction, Δ determines the width of the interval of transition between the values of the force of dry friction.

The following system is investigated:

(24)
m u ¨ + c u ˙ + k u = P s i n ω t - H ,

where m is the mass, c is the coefficient of viscous friction, k is the stiffness, P is the amplitude of the exciting force, ω is the frequency of the exciting force.

In the performed investigation values of the parameters of the system are: ω= 1, h= 3.2, P= 4, m= 1, c= 0.1, k= 1, r= 0.15. Zero initial conditions were assumed. Steady state motion was investigated, and two periods were represented.

Results for Δ= 0.8 are shown in Fig. 1.

Fig. 1. Dynamics in steady state regime (wide transition region)

 Dynamics in steady state regime (wide transition region)

a) Displacement and time

 Dynamics in steady state regime (wide transition region)

b) Velocity and time

 Dynamics in steady state regime (wide transition region)

c) Acceleration and time

 Dynamics in steady state regime (wide transition region)

d)H and time

 Dynamics in steady state regime (wide transition region)

e) Velocity and displacement

 Dynamics in steady state regime (wide transition region)

f) Acceleration and velocity

 Dynamics in steady state regime (wide transition region)

g)H and velocity

Results for Δ= 0.4 are shown in Fig. 2.

Fig. 2. Dynamics in steady state regime (transition region of medium width)

 Dynamics in steady state regime (transition region of medium width)

a) Displacement and time

 Dynamics in steady state regime (transition region of medium width)

b) Velocity and time

 Dynamics in steady state regime (transition region of medium width)

c) Acceleration and time

 Dynamics in steady state regime (transition region of medium width)

d)H and time

 Dynamics in steady state regime (transition region of medium width)

e) Velocity and displacement

 Dynamics in steady state regime (transition region of medium width)

f) Acceleration and velocity

 Dynamics in steady state regime (transition region of medium width)

g)H and velocity

Results for Δ= 0.2 are shown in Fig. 3.

Fig. 3. Dynamics in steady state regime (narrow transition region)

Dynamics in steady state regime (narrow transition region)

a) Displacement and time

Dynamics in steady state regime (narrow transition region)

b) Velocity and time

Dynamics in steady state regime (narrow transition region)

c) Acceleration and time

Dynamics in steady state regime (narrow transition region)

d)H and time

Dynamics in steady state regime (narrow transition region)

e) Velocity and displacement

Dynamics in steady state regime (narrow transition region)

f) Acceleration and velocity

Dynamics in steady state regime (narrow transition region)

g)H and velocity

Three typical widths of the transition region are investigated. Typical results are presented. The effect of the width of the transition is seen from the obtained numerical results.

3. More complicated model of dry friction

The coefficient of dry friction increases in the vicinity of the value of zero velocity. It is assumed that hΔ=haΔa, where ha denotes the increase in the coefficient of dry friction, Δa defines the width of the transition interval connecting the values of the coefficient of dry friction h and h+ha. It follows that ha=hΔaΔ.

The force of dry friction is approximated in the following way:

(25)
H = C - Δ - Δ a , Δ + Δ a , - h - h Δ a Δ , h + h Δ a Δ , u ˙ , u ˙ < Δ + Δ a , C Δ + Δ a , Δ + 2 Δ a , h + h Δ a Δ , h , u ˙ , Δ + Δ a u ˙ < Δ + 2 Δ a ,       u ˙ > 0 , C - Δ - 2 Δ a , - Δ - Δ a , - h , - h - h Δ a Δ , u ˙ , Δ + Δ a u ˙ < Δ + 2 Δ a ,       u ˙ < 0 , h , u ˙ Δ + 2 Δ a ,       u ˙ > 0 , - h , u ˙ Δ + 2 Δ a ,       u ˙ < 0 .

In the performed investigation values of the parameters of the system are: ω= 1, h= 1.6, Δ= 1.8, Δa= 1.8, P= 4, m= 1, c= 0.1, k= 1, r= 0.8. Zero initial conditions were assumed. Steady state motion was investigated and two periods were represented.

Results are shown in Fig. 4.

Dynamics of the system with more complicated model of dry friction is seen from the obtained numerical results.

Fig. 4. Dynamics in steady state regime (more complicated model of dry friction)

 Dynamics in steady state regime (more complicated model of dry friction)

a) Displacement and time

 Dynamics in steady state regime (more complicated model of dry friction)

b) Velocity and time

 Dynamics in steady state regime (more complicated model of dry friction)

c) Acceleration and time

 Dynamics in steady state regime (more complicated model of dry friction)

d)H and time

 Dynamics in steady state regime (more complicated model of dry friction)

e) Velocity and displacement

 Dynamics in steady state regime (more complicated model of dry friction)

f) Acceleration and velocity

 Dynamics in steady state regime (more complicated model of dry friction)

g)H and velocity

4. Conclusions

When performing numerical analysis of engineering problems in which the force of dry friction is essential for the representation of behavior of the dynamical system some type of numerical approximation is used in the process of calculations. In this paper circular-linear approximation for the local transition region is investigated. The advantages of using this proposed representation are seen from the presented graphical results.

Three typical widths of the transition region are investigated. Typical results are presented. The effect of the width of the transition is seen from the obtained numerical results.

In the more complicated model of dry friction the coefficient of dry friction increases in the vicinity of the value of zero velocity. Dynamics of the system with more complicated model of dry friction is seen from the graphically presented numerical results.

On the basis of the obtained numerical results circular-linear approximation of dry friction is recommended for calculations in the investigations of engineering problems. Among those problems the investigations of processes of surface cleaning are essential.

Acknowledgements

The authors thank the reviewers for providing ideas and valuable comments. They enabled to improve the presentation in the paper.

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