Contact pressure distribution beneath footings.

Canpoyraz, Hasan


Contact pressure distribution beneath strip footings.
Öztürk, Ersin; Department of Civil Engineering (1970)
Contact angle measurements in the flotation system calcite-colemanite and anionic collectors.
Ayrancı, Erol; Department of Chemistry (1976)
Contact resistivity analysis of different passivation layers via transmission line method measurements
Kökbudak, Gamze; Turan, Raşit; Yerci, Selçuk; Department of Micro and Nanotechnology (2017)
Crystalline silicon (c-Si) homojunction solar cells constitute over 90% of the current photovoltaic market. Although the standard solar cells are cost effective and easy to process, their efficiency potential is unfortunately limited. Currently, more innovative cell concepts appeared with their high efficiency potential coupled with low costs. Since the recombination at surfaces and under metal contacts is one of the major obstacles against high conversion efficiencies, surface passivation has primary impor...
Arıkan, Mehmet Ali Sahir (1994-01-01)
Contact stresses in bodies in line contact are determined by using the analytical expressions developed for two elastic bodies held in contact by forces normal to the area of contact and accompanied by frictional (tangential) forces. Variations of the stresses in the contact region, and effect of coefficient of friction on these stresses is investigated. Maximum values of principal, maximum shearing and von Mises stresses are determined for static failure analysis; mean and alternating von Mises stresses ...
Contact mechanics of graded surface with elactic gradation in lateral direction
Özatağ, A Cihan; Dağ, Serkan; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2003)
Today, nonhomogeneous materials are used in many technological applications. Nonhomogeneity can be introduced intentionally in order to improve the thermomechanical performance of material systems. The concept of functionally graded materials (FGMs) is an example of such an application. Nonhomogeneity can also be an intrinsic property of some of the natural materials such as natural soil. The main interest in this study is on the contact mechanics of nonhomogeneous surfaces. There is an extensive volume of ...
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H. Canpoyraz, “Contact pressure distribution beneath footings.,” Middle East Technical University, 1971.