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A new multicontact tribometer for deterministic dynamic friction identification

Abstract : This paper presents an original friction measurement setup. It is designed to uncouple normal and tangential loads. Friction measures acquired with this setup present a high signal to noise ratio. This friction experimental device allows characterizing various types of surfaces and several levels of excitation from static strain to dynamical motion including micro-sliding and macro-sliding. A measurement example is presented for a contact pair of aluminum alloys starting from sticking limit until complete sliding. Finally, in order to use the results in vibration models, a method is proposed to identify the Lugre Model from these measurements.
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J.L. Dion, G. Chevallier, O. Penas, F. Renaud. A new multicontact tribometer for deterministic dynamic friction identification. Wear, Elsevier, 2013, 300 (1 - 2), pp.126 - 135. ⟨10.1016/j.wear.2013.01.100⟩. ⟨hal-01369212⟩



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