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Volume 112, 201721st Innovative Manufacturing Engineering & Energy International Conference – IManE&E 2017
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Mechanical and Manufacturing Equipment, Devices and Instrumentation, Design and Analysis|
|Published online||03 July 2017|
Rigidity versus deformability hypothesis in impact dynamics
1 ştefan cel Mare University, Department of Mechanics and Technologies, 13 University Street, Suceava, Romania
2 ştefan cel Mare University, Computers, Electronics and Automation Department, 13 University Street, Suceava, Romania
3 Integrated Center for Research, Development and Innovation in Advanced Materials, Nanotechnologies and Distributed Systems for Fabrication and Control (MANSiD), 13 University Street, Suceava, Romania
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The complexity of the study concerning an impact phenomenon depends strongly on the accepted simplifying hypothesis for the model. One of the most important assumptions in the study of mechanical impact refers to the absolutely rigid or compliant character of colliding bodies. It is anticipated that the employment of hypothesis of deformable body should lead to a better modelling of the process. The present paper presents a qualitative comparison between the results obtained via the two methods, considering one of the simplest impact models, namely the collision with dry friction between a metallic ball and an immobile flat body.
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