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  • 1 Mechanical Department, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Polytechnic University of Tirana, Mother Theresa No. 4, Albania
  • | 2 Department of Production and Management, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Polytechnic University of Tirana, Mother Theresa No. 4, Albania
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Abstract

In this paper the generalized model of contact of two plan bodies that roll and slide or just roll is presented. The analytical solution of the correct distribution of pressure in the contact is realized in the presence of the normal compressive force, which realizes the contact, as well as of the force pair or of a tangential force. This model can be used on sprocket teeth due to sliding rolling or rolling itself on the gear pole. The results obtained have been experimentally confirmed by many researchers as well as by the damage that the wheels actually suffer from the teeth.

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