Modeling antifriction properties of composite based on dynamic contact problem for a heterogeneous foundation
Based on the solution of the dynamic contact problem of vibration of a rigid punch on a heterogeneous half-space, taking into account friction in the contact area, the tribological properties of an oil-filled composite material with a microstructure are modeled. The microstructure of the base is taken into account in the framework of the Biot-Frenkel model. The boundary-value problem is reduced to the integral equation, its approximate solution is constructed, which describes contact stresses, tangential displacements. The dependencies of the friction forces on the microstructure of the composite, the viscosity of the fluid filling the pores, and the degree of phase interaction are investigated.