German-Russian Workshop

Wear: physical backgrounds and numerical simulation

Technical University Berlin

05-07 April 2006


V.L. Popov

Numerical simulations of wear

TU Berlin, Germany

G.-P. Ostermeyer,

Dynamics of Friction and Wear in Contact zones

Technical University Braunschweig, Germany




Scherge M.

Microscopic and mesoscopic mechanisms of wear

IAVW Antriebstechnik AG, Karlsruhe, Germany

Filippov A.E., Popov V.L.
Damage, ageing and wear 
in rubber 

Donetsk, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine



Geike T. Popov V.L.,
Reduced description 
of lubricated contacts 
with cavitation

TU Berlin, Germany

Daves W.

Modeling of the severe surface deformation produced in a rolling/sliding contact of wheels

Materials Center Leoben, Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria


Müller M, Ostermeyer G.P.

A 3D-Cellular Automaton simulation of mesoscopic wear mechanisms in brake systems

Technical University Braunschweig, Germany

Schargott M

Development of surface topography and wear: description with stochastic differential equations

 TU Berlin, Germany


Kulkov S.N., 

Structure of ZrO2-Y2O3 
and ZrO2-Y2O3-Al2O3 
nanocrystalline powders 
and wear mechanism of 
zirconia-steel couples 

Institute for Strength Physics and Materials Science, Russian Academy of Sciences

Dmitriev A.I., Oesterle W., Kloss H.,

Computer-aided modeling of local contact situations in automotive brakes with method of movable cellular automata

Russian Academy of Sciences, Tomsk, Russia; BAM Berlin, Germany


Psakhie S.G.

Tribological research at the Institute of Strength and Materials Science

Russian Academy of Sciences, Tomsk, Russia

Urbakh M.
Nano and Micro Scale Engines

Tel Aviv University, Israel


Herbrich U.

Numerical simulations of chemical-mechanical polishing (CMP)

TU Berlin

Shilko E.

Problems in numerical simulation of friction on the base of particle method

Russian Academy of Sciences, Tomsk, Russia

Heß M. 
Hierarchical lattice models

TU Berlin, Germany