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Stresses in a contact area loaded simultaneously with a normal and a tangential force. Stresses were made visible using photoelasticity.
Contact mechanics is the study of the deformation of solids that touch each other at one or more points. The physical and mathematical formulation of the subject is built upon the mechanics of materials and continuum mechanics and focuses on computations involving elastic, viscoelastic, and plastic bodies in static or dynamic contact. Central aspects in contact mechanics are the pressures and adhesion acting perpendicular to the contacting bodies' surfaces (known as the normal direction) and the frictional stresses acting tangentially between the surfaces. This page focuses mainly on the normal direction, i.e. on frictionless contact mechanics. Frictional contact mechanics is discussed separately.
Contact mechanics is part of Mechanical engineering; it provides necessary information for the safe and energy efficient design of technical systems and for the study of tribology and indentation hardness. Principles of contacts mechanics can be applied in areas such as locomotive wheelrail contact, coupling devices, braking systems, tires, bearings, combustion engines, mechanical linkages, gasket seals, metalworking, metal forming, ultrasonic welding, electrical contacts, and many others. Current challenges faced in the field may include stress analysis of contact and coupling members and the influence of lubrication and material design on friction and wear. Applications of contact mechanics further extend into the micro and nanotechnological realm.
The original work in contact mechanics dates back to 1882 with the publication of the paper "On the contact of elastic solids" ("Ueber die Berührung fester elastischer Körper") by Heinrich Hertz. Hertz was attempting to understand how the optical properties of multiple, stacked lenses might change with the force holding them together. Hertzian contact stress refers to the localized stresses that develop as two curved surfaces come in contact and deform slightly under the imposed loads. This amount of deformation is dependent on the modulus of elasticity of the material in contact. It gives the contact stress as a function of the normal contact force, the radii of curvature of both bodies and the modulus of elasticity of both bodies. Hertzian contact stress forms the foundation for the equations for load bearing capabilities and fatigue life in bearings, gears, and any other bodies where two surfaces are in contact.
History
When a sphere is pressed against an elastic material, the contact area increases.
Classical contact mechanics is most notably associated with Heinrich Hertz. In 1882, Hertz solved the contact problem of two elastic bodies with curved surfaces. This stillrelevant classical solution provides a foundation for modern problems in contact mechanics. For example, in mechanical engineering and tribology, Hertzian contact stress is a description of the stress within mating parts. The Hertzian contact stress usually refers to the stress close to the area of contact between two spheres of different radii.
It was not until nearly one hundred years later that Johnson, Kendall, and Roberts found a similar solution for the case of adhesive contact. This theory was rejected by Boris Derjaguin and coworkers who proposed a different theory of adhesion in the 1970s. The Derjaguin model came to be known as the DMT (after Derjaguin, Muller and Toporov) model, and the Johnson et al. model came to be known as the JKR (after Johnson, Kendall and Roberts) model for adhesive elastic contact. This rejection proved to be instrumental in the development of the Tabor and later Maugis parameters that quantify which contact model (of the JKR and DMT models) represent adhesive contact better for specific materials.
Further advancement in the field of contact mechanics in the midtwentieth century may be attributed to names such as Bowden and Tabor. Bowden and Tabor were the first to emphasize the importance of surface roughness for bodies in contact. Through investigation of the surface roughness, the true contact area between friction partners is found to be less than the apparent contact area. Such understanding also drastically changed the direction of undertakings in tribology. The works of Bowden and Tabor yielded several theories in contact mechanics of rough surfaces.
The contributions of Archard (1957) must also be mentioned in discussion of pioneering works in this field. Archard concluded that, even for rough elastic surfaces, the contact area is approximately proportional to the normal force. Further important insights along these lines were provided by Greenwood and Williamson (1966), Bush (1975), and Persson (2002). The main findings of these works were that the true contact surface in rough materials is generally proportional to the normal force, while the parameters of individual microcontacts (i.e., pressure, size of the microcontact) are only weakly dependent upon the load.
Classical solutions for nonadhesive elastic contact
The theory of contact between elastic bodies can be used to find contact areas and indentation depths for simple geometries. Some commonly used solutions are listed below. The theory used to compute these solutions is discussed later in the article.
Contact between a sphere and a halfspace
Contact of an elastic sphere with an elastic halfspace
An elastic sphere of radius $R$ indents an elastic halfspace to depth $d$, and thus creates a contact area of radius
The applied force $F$ is related to the displacement $d$ by
where
and $E_{1}$,$E_{2}$ are the elastic moduli and $\nu _{1}$,$\nu _{2}$ the Poisson's ratios associated with each body.
The distribution of normal pressure in the contact area as a function of distance from the center of the circle is
where $p_{0}$ is the maximum contact pressure given by
The radius of the circle is related to the applied load $F$ by the equation
The depth of indentation $d$ is related to the maximum contact pressure by
The maximum shear stress occurs in the interior at $z\approx 0.49a$ for $\nu =0.33$.
Contact between two spheres
Contact between two spheres.
Contact between two crossed cylinders of equal radius.
For contact between two spheres of radii $R_{1}$ and $R_{2}$, the area of contact is a circle of radius $a$. The equations are the same as for a sphere in contact with a half plane except that the effective radius $R$ is defined as
Contact between two crossed cylinders of equal radius $R$
This is equivalent to contact between a sphere of radius $R$ and a plane.
Contact between a rigid cylinder with flatended and an elastic halfspace
Contact between a rigid cylindrical indenter and an elastic halfspace.
If a rigid cylinder is pressed into an elastic halfspace, it creates a pressure distribution described by
where $a$ is the radius of the cylinder and
The relationship between the indentation depth and the normal force is given by
Contact between a rigid conical indenter and an elastic halfspace
Contact between a rigid conical indenter and an elastic halfspace.
In the case of indentation of an elastic halfspace of Young's modulus $E$ using a rigid conical indenter, the depth of the contact region $\epsilon$ and contact radius $a$ are related by
with $\theta$ defined as the angle between the plane and the side surface of the cone. The total indentation depth $d$ is given by:$d={\frac {\pi }{2}}\epsilon$
The total force is
The pressure distribution is given by
The stress has a logarithmic singularity at the tip of the cone.
Contact between two cylinders with parallel axes
Contact between two cylinders with parallel axes
In contact between two cylinders with parallel axes, the force is linearly proportional to the indentation depth:
The radii of curvature are entirely absent from this relationship. The contact radius is described through the usual relationship
with
as in contact between two spheres. The maximum pressure is equal to
Bearing contact
Main article: Bearing pressure
The contact in the case of bearings is often a contact between a convex surface (male cylinder or sphere) and a concave surface (female cylinder or sphere: bore or hemispherical cup).
The Method of Dimensionality Reduction
Contact between a sphere and an elastic halfspace and onedimensional replaced model.
Some contact problems can be solved with the Method of Dimensionality Reduction. In this method, the initial threedimensional system is replaced with a contact of a body with a linear elastic or viscoelastic foundation (see Fig). The properties of onedimensional systems coincide exactly with those of the original threedimensional system, if the form of the bodies is modified and the elements of the foundation are defined according to the rules of the MDR. However for exact analytical results, it is required that the contact problem is axisymmetric and the contacts are compact.
Hertzian theory of nonadhesive elastic contact
The classical theory of contact focused primarily on nonadhesive contact where no tension force is allowed to occur within the contact area, i.e., contacting bodies can be separated without adhesion forces. Several analytical and numerical approaches have been used to solve contact problems that satisfy the noadhesion condition. Complex forces and moments are transmitted between the bodies where they touch, so problems in contact mechanics can become quite sophisticated. In addition, the contact stresses are usually a nonlinear function of the deformation. To simplify the solution procedure, a frame of reference is usually defined in which the objects (possibly in motion relative to one another) are static. They interact through surface tractions (or pressures/stresses) at their interface.
As an example, consider two objects which meet at some surface $S$ in the ($x$,$y$)plane with the $z$axis assumed normal to the surface. One of the bodies will experience a normallydirected pressure distribution $p_{z}=p(x,y)=q_{z}(x,y)$ and inplane surface traction distributions $q_{x}=q_{x}(x,y)$ and $q_{y}=q_{y}(x,y)$ over the region $S$. In terms of a Newtonian force balance, the forces:
must be equal and opposite to the forces established in the other body. The moments corresponding to these forces:
are also required to cancel between bodies so that they are kinematically immobile.
Assumptions in Hertzian theory
The following assumptions are made in determining the solutions of Hertzian contact problems:
 The strains are small and within the elastic limit.
 The surfaces are continuous and nonconforming (implying that the area of contact is much smaller than the characteristic dimensions of the contacting bodies).
 Each body can be considered an elastic halfspace.
 The surfaces are frictionless.
Additional complications arise when some or all these assumptions are violated and such contact problems are usually called nonHertzian.
Analytical solution techniques
Contact between two spheres.
Analytical solution methods for nonadhesive contact problem can be classified into two types based on the geometry of the area of contact. A conforming contact is one in which the two bodies touch at multiple points before any deformation takes place (i.e., they just "fit together"). A nonconforming contact is one in which the shapes of the bodies are dissimilar enough that, under zero load, they only touch at a point (or possibly along a line). In the nonconforming case, the contact area is small compared to the sizes of the objects and the stresses are highly concentrated in this area. Such a contact is called concentrated, otherwise it is called diversified.
A common approach in linear elasticity is to superpose a number of solutions each of which corresponds to a point load acting over the area of contact. For example, in the case of loading of a halfplane, the Flamant solution is often used as a starting point and then generalized to various shapes of the area of contact. The force and moment balances between the two bodies in contact act as additional constraints to the solution.
Point contact on a (2D) halfplane
Main article: Flamant solution
Schematic of the loading on a plane by force P at a point (0,0).
A starting point for solving contact problems is to understand the effect of a "pointload" applied to an isotropic, homogeneous, and linear elastic halfplane, shown in the figure to the right. The problem may be either plane stress or plane strain. This is a boundary value problem of linear elasticity subject to the traction boundary conditions:
where $\delta (x,z)$ is the Dirac delta function. The boundary conditions state that there are no shear stresses on the surface and a singular normal force P is applied at (0,0). Applying these conditions to the governing equations of elasticity produces the result
for some point, $(x,y)$, in the halfplane. The circle shown in the figure indicates a surface on which the maximum shear stress is constant. From this stress field, the strain components and thus the displacements of all material points may be determined.
Line contact on a (2D) halfplane
Normal loading over a region $(a,b)$
Suppose, rather than a point load $P$, a distributed load $p(x)$ is applied to the surface instead, over the range $a<x<b$. The principle of linear superposition can be applied to determine the resulting stress field as the solution to the integral equations:
Shear loading over a region $(a,b)$
The same principle applies for loading on the surface in the plane of the surface. These kinds of tractions would tend to arise as a result of friction. The solution is similar the above (for both singular loads $Q$ and distributed loads $q(x)$) but altered slightly:
These results may themselves be superposed onto those given above for normal loading to deal with more complex loads.
Point contact on a (3D) halfspace
Analogously to the Flamant solution for the 2D halfplane, fundamental solutions are known for the linearly elastic 3D halfspace as well. These were found by Boussinesq for a concentrated normal load and by Cerruti for a tangential load. See the section on this in Linear elasticity.
Numerical solution techniques
Distinctions between conforming and nonconforming contact do not have to be made when numerical solution schemes are employed to solve contact problems. These methods do not rely on further assumptions within the solution process since they base solely on the general formulation of the underlying equations . Besides the standard equations describing the deformation and motion of bodies two additional inequalities can be formulated. The first simply restricts the motion and deformation of the bodies by the assumption that no penetration can occur. Hence the gap $g_{N}$ between two bodies can only be positive or zero
where $g_{N}=0$ denotes contact. The second assumption in contact mechanics is related to the fact, that no tension force is allowed to occur within the contact area (contacting bodies can be lifted up without adhesion forces). This leads to an inequality which the stresses have to obey at the contact interface. It is formulated for the contact pressure $p_{N}=\mathbf {t} \cdot \mathbf {n}$
Since for contact, $g_{N}=0$, the contact pressure is always negative, $p_{N}<0$, and further for non contact the gap is open, $g_{N}>0$, and the contact pressure is zero, $p_{N}=0$, the socalled Kuhn–Tucker form of the contact constraints can be written as
These conditions are valid in a general way. The mathematical formulation of the gap depends upon the kinematics of the underlying theory of the solid (e.g., linear or nonlinear solid in two or three dimensions, beam or shell model).
Nonadhesive contact between rough surfaces
When two bodies with rough surfaces are pressed into each other, the true contact area $A$ is much smaller than the apparent contact area $A_{0}$. In contact between a "random rough" surface and an elastic halfspace, the true contact area is related to the normal force $F$ by
with $h'$ equal to the root mean square (also known as the quadratic mean) of the surface slope and $\kappa \approx 2$ . The median pressure in the true contact surface
can be reasonably estimated as half of the effective elastic modulus $E^{*}$ multiplied with the root mean square of the surface slope $h'$ .
For the situation where the asperities on the two surfaces have a Gaussian height distribution and the peaks can be assumed to be spherical, the average contact pressure is sufficient to cause yield when $p_{\mathrm {av} }=1.1\sigma _{y}\approx 0.39\sigma _{0}$ where $\sigma _{y}$ is the uniaxial yield stress and $\sigma _{0}$ is the indentation hardness. Greenwood and Williamson defined a dimensionless parameter $\Psi$ called the plasticity index that could be used to determine whether contact would be elastic or plastic.
The GreenwoodWilliamson model requires knowledge of two statistically dependent quantities; the standard deviation of the surface roughness and the curvature of the asperity peaks. An alternative definition of the plasticity index has been given by Mikic. Yield occurs when the pressure is greater than the uniaxial yield stress. Since the yield stress is proportional to the indentation hardness $\sigma _{0}$, Micic defined the plasticity index for elasticplastic contact to be
In this definition $\Psi$ represents the microroughness in a state of complete plasticity and only one statistical quantity, the rms slope, is needed which can be calculated from surface measurements. For $\Psi <{\tfrac {2}{3}}$, the surface behaves elastically during contact.
In both the GreenwoodWilliamson and Mikic models the load is assumed to be proportional to the deformed area. Hence, whether the system behaves plastically or elastically is independent of the applied normal force.
Adhesive contact between elastic bodies
When two solid surfaces are brought into close proximity, they experience attractive van der Waals forces. Bradley's van der Waals model provides a means of calculating the tensile force between two rigid spheres with perfectly smooth surfaces. The Hertzian model of contact does not consider adhesion possible. However, in the late 1960s, several contradictions were observed when the Hertz theory was compared with experiments involving contact between rubber and glass spheres.
It was observed that, though Hertz theory applied at large loads, at low loads
 the area of contact was larger than that predicted by Hertz theory,
 the area of contact had a nonzero value even when the load was removed, and
 there was strong adhesion if the contacting surfaces were clean and dry.
This indicated that adhesive forces were at work. The JohnsonKendallRoberts (JKR) model and the DerjaguinMullerToporov (DMT) models were the first to incorporate adhesion into Hertzian contact.
Bradley model of rigid contact
It is commonly assumed that the surface force between two atomic planes at a distance $z$ from each other can be derived from the LennardJones potential. With this assumption
where $F$ is the force (positive in compression), $2\gamma$ is the total surface energy of both surfaces per unit area, and $z_{0}$ is the equilibrium separation of the two atomic planes.
The Bradley model applied the LennardJones potential to find the force of adhesion between two rigid spheres. The total force between the spheres is found to be
where $R_{1},R_{2}$ are the radii of the two spheres.
The two spheres separate completely when the pulloff force is achieved at $z=z_{0}$ at which point
JohnsonKendallRoberts (JKR) model of elastic contact
Schematic of contact area for the JKR model.
JKR test with a rigid bead on a deformable planar material: complete cycle
To incorporate the effect of adhesion in Hertzian contact, Johnson, Kendall, and Roberts formulated the JKR theory of adhesive contact using a balance between the stored elastic energy and the loss in surface energy. The JKR model considers the effect of contact pressure and adhesion only inside the area of contact. The general solution for the pressure distribution in the contact area in the JKR model is
Note that in the original Hertz theory, the term containing $p_{0}'$ was neglected on the ground that tension could not be sustained in the contact zone. For contact between two spheres
where $a\,$ is the radius of the area of contact, $F$ is the applied force, $2\gamma$ is the total surface energy of both surfaces per unit contact area, $R_{i},E_{i},\nu _{i},~~i=1,2$ are the radii, Young's moduli, and Poisson's ratios of the two spheres, and
The approach distance between the two spheres is given by
The Hertz equation for the area of contact between two spheres, modified to take into account the surface energy, has the form
When the surface energy is zero, $\gamma =0$, the Hertz equation for contact between two spheres is recovered. When the applied load is zero, the contact radius is
The tensile load at which the spheres are separated, i.e., $a=0$, is predicted to be
This force is also called the pulloff force. Note that this force is independent of the moduli of the two spheres. However, there is another possible solution for the value of $a$ at this load. This is the critical contact area $a_{c}$, given by
If we define the work of adhesion as
where $\gamma _{1},\gamma _{2}$ are the adhesive energies of the two surfaces and $\gamma _{12}$ is an interaction term, we can write the JKR contact radius as
The tensile load at separation is
and the critical contact radius is given by
The critical depth of penetration is
DerjaguinMullerToporov (DMT) model of elastic contact
The DerjaguinMullerToporov (DMT) model is an alternative model for adhesive contact which assumes that the contact profile remains the same as in Hertzian contact but with additional attractive interactions outside the area of contact.
The radius of contact between two spheres from DMT theory is
and the pulloff force is
When the pulloff force is achieved the contact area becomes zero and there is no singularity in the contact stresses at the edge of the contact area.
In terms of the work of adhesion $\Delta \gamma$
and
Tabor coefficient
In 1977, Tabor showed that the apparent contradiction between the JKR and DMT theories could be resolved by noting that the two theories were the extreme limits of a single theory parametrized by the Tabor coefficient ($\mu$) defined as
where $z_{0}$ is the equilibrium separation between the two surfaces in contact. The JKR theory applies to large, compliant spheres for which $\mu$ is large. The DMT theory applies for small, stiff spheres with small values of $\mu$.
MaugisDugdale model of elastic contact
Schematic of contact area for the MaugisDugdale model.
Further improvement to the Tabor idea was provided by Maugis who represented the surface force in terms of a Dugdale cohesive zone approximation such that the work of adhesion is given by
where $\sigma _{0}$ is the maximum force predicted by the LennardJones potential and $h_{0}$ is the maximum separation obtained by matching the areas under the Dugdale and LennardJones curves (see adjacent figure). This means that the attractive force is constant for $z_{0}\leq z\leq z_{0}+h_{0}$. There is not further penetration in compression. Perfect contact occurs in an area of radius $a$ and adhesive forces of magnitude $\sigma _{0}$ extend to an area of radius $c>a$. In the region $a<r<c$, the two surfaces are separated by a distance $h(r)$ with $h(a)=0$ and $h(c)=h_{0}$. The ratio $m$ is defined as
In the MaugisDugdale theory, the surface traction distribution is divided into two parts  one due to the Hertz contact pressure and the other from the Dugdale adhesive stress. Hertz contact is assumed in the region $a<r<a$. The contribution to the surface traction from the Hertz pressure is given by
where the Hertz contact force $F^{H}$ is given by
The penetration due to elastic compression is
The vertical displacement at $r=c$ is
and the separation between the two surfaces at $r=c$ is
The surface traction distribution due to the adhesive Dugdale stress is
The total adhesive force is then given by
The compression due to Dugdale adhesion is
and the gap at $r=c$ is
The net traction on the contact area is then given by $p(r)=p^{H}(r)+p^{D}(r)$ and the net contact force is $F=F^{H}+F^{D}$. When $h(c)=h^{H}(c)+h^{D}(c)=h_{0}$ the adhesive traction drops to zero.
Nondimensionalized values of $a,c,F,d$ are introduced at this stage that are defied as
In addition, Maugis proposed a parameter $\lambda$ which is equivalent to the Tabor coefficient. This parameter is defined as
where the step cohesive stress $\sigma _{0}$ equals to the theoretical stress of the LennardJones potential
Zheng and Yu suggested another value for the step cohesive stress
to match the LennardJones potential, which leads to
Then the net contact force may be expressed as
and the elastic compression as
The equation for the cohesive gap between the two bodies takes the form
This equation can be solved to obtain values of $c$ for various values of $a$ and $\lambda$. For large values of $\lambda$, $m\rightarrow 1$ and the JKR model is obtained. For small values of $\lambda$ the DMT model is retrieved.
CarpickOgletreeSalmeron (COS) model
The MaugisDugdale model can only be solved iteratively if the value of $\lambda$ is not known apriori. The CarpickOgletreeSalmeron approximate solution simplifies the process by using the following relation to determine the contact radius $a$:
where $a_{0}$ is the contact area at zero load, and $\beta$ is a transition parameter that is related to $\lambda$ by
The case $\beta =1$ corresponds exactly to JKR theory while $\beta =0$ corresponds to DMT theory. For intermediate cases $0<\beta <1$ the COS model corresponds closely to the MaugisDugdale solution for $0.1<\lambda <5$.
See also
 Adhesive
 Adhesive bonding
 Adhesive dermatitis
 Adhesion railway
 Adhesive surface forces
 Bearing capacity
 Bioadhesives
 Contact dynamics
 Dispersive adhesion
 Electrostatic generator
 Energetically modified cement
 Frictional contact mechanics
 Friction drive
 Galling
 Goniometer
 Nonsmooth mechanics
 Plastic wrap
 Rolling (metalworking)
 Shock (mechanics)
 Signorini problem
 Surface tension
 Synthetic setae
 Unilateral contact
 Wetting
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External links
 [1]: More about contact stresses and the evolution of bearing stress equations can be found in this publication by NASA Glenn Research Center head the NASA Bearing, Gearing and Transmission Section, Erwin Zaretsky.
 [2]: A MATLAB routine to solve the linear elastic contact mechanics problem entitled; "An LCP solution of the linear elastic contact mechanics problem" is provided at the file exchange at MATLAB Central.
 [3]: Contact mechanics calculator.
 [4]: detailed calculations and formulae of JKR theory for two spheres.
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Delivery is also carried out in Drummondville, Saint John, Moncton, SaintJérôme, New Westminster, Wood Buffalo, Granby, Norfolk County, St. Albert, Medicine Hat, Caledon, Halton Hills, Port Coquitlam, Fredericton, Grande Prairie, North Bay, Blainville, SaintHyacinthe, Aurora, Welland, Shawinigan, DollarddesOrmeaux, Belleville, North Vancouver and smaller towns.
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UK Delivery, Shipping to the United Kingdom
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Ireland Delivery, Shipping to Ireland
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Australia Delivery, Shipping to Australia
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New Zealand Delivery, Shipping to New Zealand
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