As shown in various experiments, coupling between the thermal and the mechanical field of a rolling tire in contact with a rigid surface can be observed. An increase of its temperature over time when rolling with a constant velocity can be seen. This phenomenon is caused by the viscoelastic material properties, where the dissipated energy will lead to a heating of the rubber. Also the constitutive behaviour will change, when the temperature increases. A nonlinear viscoelastic material model is chosen to model an amplitude dependency of the time dependent behaviour of the rubber, proposed by Bergström and Boyce .
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics & Mechanics – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2017
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