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“…In this formulation, for thick-layer problems, the valid solutions can be calculated iteratively, but for thinlayer ones, they only can be solved numerically. In the 3D linear elasticity context, Sakamoto et al (1996) proposed a closed-form series solution for the contact problem with a finite thickness elastic layer, and Yoffe (1984) extended the Hertz theory for wider contact problems. However, both of them are only suitable for rigid indenters.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In this formulation, for thick-layer problems, the valid solutions can be calculated iteratively, but for thinlayer ones, they only can be solved numerically. In the 3D linear elasticity context, Sakamoto et al (1996) proposed a closed-form series solution for the contact problem with a finite thickness elastic layer, and Yoffe (1984) extended the Hertz theory for wider contact problems. However, both of them are only suitable for rigid indenters.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Indentation testing can be employed to determine the material properties such as the Poisson's ratio for the material under the indenter; however, the theoretical and computational ramifications are formidable. 6,7 Nonetheless, application of the conditions under which indentation testing is valid can be applied to the evaluation of the test sites to determine material stiffness. 8 Mechanical Figure 1.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For thick-layer problems, the solutions can be calculated iteratively, but for thin layer ones, the problem can be solved numerically. A closed-form series solution for the contact problem with a finite thickness elastic layer was proposed by Sakamoto et al (1996).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%