Coulomb friction with rolling resistance as a cone complementarity problem

Abstract : Coulomb friction model with unilateral contact is a basic, but reliable, model to represent the resistance to sliding between solid bodies. It is nowadays well-known that this model can be formulated as a second-order cone complementarity problem, or equivalently, as a variational inequality. In this article, the Coulomb friction model is enriched to take into account the resistance to rolling, also known as rolling friction. Introducing the rolling friction cone, an extended Coulomb's cone and its dual, a formulation of the Coulomb friction with rolling resistance as a cone complementarity problem is shown to be equivalent to the standard formulation of the Coulomb friction with rolling resistance. Based on this complementarity formulation, the maximum dissipation principle and the bi-potential function are derived. Several iterative numerical methods based on projected fixed point iterations for variational inequalities and block-splitting techniques are given. The efficiency of these method strongly relies on the computation of the projection onto the rolling friction cone. In this article, an original closed-form formulae for the projection on the rolling friction cone is derived. The abilities of the model and the numerical methods are illustrated on the examples of a single sphere sliding and rolling on a plane, and of the evolution of spheres piles under gravity.
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Vincent Acary, Franck Bourrier. Coulomb friction with rolling resistance as a cone complementarity problem. 2019. ⟨hal-02382213⟩

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