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Impulsive hemivariational inequality for a class of history-dependent quasistatic frictional contact problems

  • * Corresponding author: Jinrong Wang

    * Corresponding author: Jinrong Wang 
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  • This paper deals with a class of history-dependent frictional contact problem with the surface traction affected by the impulsive differential equation. The weak formulation of the contact problem is a history-dependent hemivariational inequality with the impulsive differential equation. By virtue of the surjectivity of multivalued pseudomonotone operator theorem and the Rothe method, existence and uniqueness results on the abstract impulsive differential hemivariational inequalities is established. In addition, we consider the stability of the solution to impulsive differential hemivariational inequalities in relation to perturbation data. Finally, the existence and uniqueness of weak solution to the contact problem is proved by means of abstract results.

    Mathematics Subject Classification: 35L15, 35L86, 35L87, 74M10.


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  • Figure 1.  A deformable body in contact with a foundation

    Figure 2.  The surface traction $ \boldsymbol f_N $ with impact influence

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