Reports, Publications etc.

Papers Joost Kalker

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1958

1.

J.J. Kalker, De krachten die twee verende elastische lichamen op elkaar uitoefenen,(English: The forces transmitted by two elastic bodies) Rapport F 90 Ww56,Netherlands Railways. Netherlands Railways.

1958

2.

J.J. Kalker, Automatic Minimum Weight Design of Steel Franes on the IBM 704 Computer, Division of Applied Mathematics, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A.

1958

3.

J.J. Kalker, Final report to the M.I.T. Computation Centre. A programming scheme for the automatic minimum weight design of steel frames on the IBM 704.

1958

4.

J.J. Kalker, IBM-650 program for matrix computations based on Jacobi's method, Report Division of applied mathematics, Brown University, Providence, R.I.DA-SC-78130/1

1963

5.

J.J. Kalker, Een techniek voor het oplossen van enige contactproblemen van de elastische halfruimte met elliptisch aanrakingsvlak,(English: A technique for the solution of a number of contact problems in elastic halfspace with an elliptic contact area)Colloquium Department of Mechanical Engineering, Delft University of Technlogy mechanical engineering.

1964

6.

J.J. Kalker, The transmission of force and couple between two elastically similar rolling spheres, Proceedings Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen, Amsterdam B 67(1964), pp.135-177. Internal report Department of mechanical engineering, Delft University of Technology

1964

7.

J.J. Kalker, A strip theory for rolling with slip and spin, Internal report 327, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Delft University of Technology

1964

8.

J.J. Kalker, A strip theory for rolling with microslip and spin, Internal report 280, Delft University of Technology

1966

9.

J.J. Kalker, Rolling with Slip and Spin in the Presence of Dry Friction. Wear 9, 20-38 (1966

1966

10.

J.J. Kalker, An Algol-60 program for the calculation of the surface traction and the slip between two rolling elastic bodies in the presence of dry friction. Report Department of mechanical engineering, Delft University of Technology

1967

11.

J.J. Kalker, On the Rolling Contact of Two Elastic Bodies in the Presence of Dry Friction. Doctoral Thesis, Delft.

1967

12.

J.J. Kalker, On the rolling contact of two elastic bodies in the presence of dry friction; Numerical results. Internal report.

1967

13.

J.J. Kalker, A strip theory for rolling with slip and spin Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen, Proceedings, Series B,70, No 1 , Mechanics pag. 10-62

1967

14.

J.J. Kalker and C.M. Kalker-Kalkman, Time dependent coolant temperature after a step increase in power, Nuclear Engineering and Design 6 p. 5-19, North-Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam, Holland. Also: RCN report

1967

15.

J.J. Kalker and C.M. Kalker-Kalkman, The program TAART (Transient Axial and Radial Temperatures), Energy Centre.

1968

16.

J.J. Kalker, Transient rolling contact phenomena, 12th Congress of Applied Mechanics, Stanford (Cal.) August 1968 Report. Mathematical Institute Delft University of Technology

1968

17.

An Algol-60 program for the calculation of the tangential traction distribution in non-steady rolling with partial slip of two elastically symmetric cylinders with parallel axes Report no 385, Laboratory for Technical Mechanics, Delft University of Technology

1968

18.

J.J. Kalker, Over de toepassing van optimalisatiemethoden op het probleem van de rollende wrijving, (English: On the application of optimization methods to the problem of rolling friction) Colloquium Technical Mechanics, Delft University of Technology

1968

19.

 J.J. Kalker, Stationair rollen ,formulering als lineair programmeerprobleem, (English : Stationary rolling , formulation as a linear programming problem),manuscript

1968

20.

J.J. Kalker, The special conventions of the Delft TH Telefunken TR4 computer. Internal report Department of mechanical engineering, Delft University of Technology

1968

21.

J.J. Kalker, The tangential force transmitted by two elastic bodies rolling over each other with pure creepage, Wear,11,421-430

1968

22.

J.J. Kalker, On the uniqueness of contact problems in the theory of elasticity, Report 387,Laboratory of engineering mechanics,Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.

1968

23.

J.J. Kalker, On the numerical solution of frictionless contact problems in the theory of elasticity, Report no 386, Mechanical Engineering, January 22,1968

1968

24

J.J. Kalker, The analysis of the motion of the balls in an unlubricated angular thrust ball bearing Report no 389 Department of Mechanical Engineering Wear, 12, p.3-16, Elsevier Sequoia S. A., Lausanne

1968

25

J.J. Kalker, Overgangsverschijnselen bij het rollen van twee elastische cylinders over elkaar onder invloed van droge wrijving. (English: Transient phenomena of the rolling of two elastic cylinders over each other under the influence of dry friction) Colloquium march 1968, Department of Mechanical Engineering Delft University of Technology

1968

26.

J.J. Kalker, Solution of two-dimensional microslip problems by means of optimization techniques, manuscript

1969

27.

J.J.Kalker, Werkkollege Optimaliseren , Opgaven (English : Optimization Practices)

1969

28.

J.J. Kalker, The approximation of the creepage-force law for small creepage and arbitrary spin, Internal report Department of mechanical engineering, Delft University of Technology.

1969

29.

J.J. Kalker, Transient phenomena in two elastically similar rolling cylinders in the presence of dry friction, report no 384, january 1969, Laboratory of Engineering Mechanics.Lecture Delft University of Technology

1969

30.

.J. Kalker, Contactproblemen met asperities, (English: Asperities in Contact problems), manuscript

1969

31.

J.J. Kalker, The influence of the circulation of the balls in an unlubricated angular contact thrust ball bearing, Wear, Volume 13,No 4/5 p.293-300, April-May 1969 Report Laboratory of engineering mechanics, TU Delft, Nr.12

1969

32.

J.J. Kalker, The Application of Linear Programming to the Two-dimensional Contact Problem with dry friction,Report Institute of mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1970

33.

J.J. Kalker, The Lutz-Wernitz law for slender ellipses, manuscript

1970

34.

J.J. Kalker, Some theoretical considerations on dry friction, manuscript

1970

35.

J.J. Kalker and Y.van Randen, Non-hertzian frictionless contact problems, GAMM T62 1009/S

1970

36.

J.J. Kalker, A variational priciple for the normal contact problem in the theory of elasticity, Report Department of mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1970

37.

J.J. Kalker, Transient phenomena in two elastic cylinders rolling over each other with dry friction, Journal of Applied Mechanics,37, 677-688 WTHD Report 11, 1969 Delft University of Technology

1970

38.

J.J. Kalker, Over de mechanica van het rollen, (English: On the Mechanics of rolling) Lecture on the occasion of Kalker's appointment to reader at the Delft University of Technology, Publishers Waltman, Delft, ISBN 90 212 5004 7

1970

39.

J.J. Kalker, Transient rolling contact phenomena, proceedings 25th ASLE meeting, Chicago, Ill. ASLE, New York,pp.177-184

1970

40.

J.J. Kalker, C. M. Kalker-Kalkman, Transient fuel temperature in a nuclear reactor, Report Energy Centre, The Netherlands

1971

41.

J.J. Kalker, A simplified theory of rolling contact, Report Delft University of Technology

1971

42.

J.J. Kalker, The creepage and spin coefficients for slender ellipses, manuscript

1971

43.

J.J. Kalker, A minimum principle in the theory of cavitating hydrofoils, Report Institute of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1971

44.

J.J. Kalker, A variational principle in the linearized steady-state theory of cavitating hydrofoils

1971

45.

J.J. Kalker, The significance of a boundary layer in dry friction. Theory and rolling contact problems, Institute of mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1971

46.

J.J. Kalker, A minimum principle for the law of dry friction with application to elastic cylinders in rolling contact, Transactions ASME, Journal of Applied Mechanics, 38, part 1: 875-880, part 2: 881-887.

1971

47.

J.J. Kalker, On the uniqueness of contact problems in the theory of elasticity, Publication in Russian in: Kontaktnoe Vzaimodeistyvie yverdikh tel, Isd "Nauka" Moscow. Report Delft University of Technology

1971

48.

J.J. Kalker, A. D. de Pater, Survey of the theory of local slip in the elastic contact region with dry friction, International Applied Mechanics 1971-Springer

1971

49.

J.J. Kalker and Y.van Randen, Non-Hertzian frictionless contact problems, ZAMM 51 , T116-T117

1971

50.

J.J. Kalker, The notion of the thin boundary layer in lubrication,report

1971

51.

J.J. Kalker, Rolling with spin in the direction of the major axis of the contact ellipse, manuscript

1971

52.

J.J. Kalker, On elastic line contact,part I. Theory part II. Illustration of the theory, Report, Institute of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1971

53.

J.J. Kalker, Some theoretical considerations on dry friction, manuscript

1971

54.

J.J. Kalker, A viscous boundary layer in rolling contact, Report Delft University of Technology

1972

55.

J.J. Kalker, On elastic line contact, Transactions ASME, Series E, Journal of Applied Mechanics 39, No 4, p.1125-1132 Report Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology,1971

1972

56.

J. H. M. Lambermont, J.J. Kalker, C. M. Kalker-Kalkman, Non-steady two-phase flow through a heated tube, Reactor Centrum Nederland, Petten, Internal report RCN-72-017

1972

57.

J.J. Kalker, H. Goedinghs, A program for three-dimensional steady state rolling, Internal report TU Delft, Faculty of Mathematics, Section TA.

1972

58.

J.J. Kalker, Y.van Randen, A minimum principle for frictionless elastic contact with application to non-Hertzian half-space contact problems, Journal for Engineering Mathematics,88,1972, pp. 193-206

1972

59.

J.J. Kalker, Roller and Ball bearings,lecture

1973

60.

J.J. Kalker, On the rolling contact of two elastic bodies in the presence of dry friction, Report Laboratory of Engineering Mechanics, WTHD 52 Delft University of Technology

1973

61.

J.J. Kalker, Winkler Prins technische encyclopedie, (English: Wnkler Prins Technical Encyclopedia)

1973

62.

Simplified theory of rolling contact, Delft Progress Report Series C1, 1-10 Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands

1974

63.

A. D.de Pater and J.J. Kalker, The mechanics of contact between deformable bodies, Proceedings of the Symposium of International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (IUTAM) , Enschede, The Netherlands, Delft University press 1975 J.J. Kalker: Non-Hertzian contact of elastic spheres.

1974

64.

The normal surface displacement of a half-space due to a normal load distributed over a slender region, Report. Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1974

65.

M. A. Viergever , J.J. Kalker:On the adequacy of the Peterson-Bogert model and on the effects of viscosity in cochlear dynamics, Journal of Engineering Mathematics, Springer Netherlands, April 1974, Volume 8, Number2, p.149-156, ISSN:0022-0833(paper) 1573-2703 (online) DOI:10.1007/BF02353617

1975

66.

J.J. Kalker, The normal surface displacement of a half-space due to a normal load distributed over a slender region. Report Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology.

1975

67.

M. A. Viergever, J.J. Kalker: Localization of non-linearities in the cochlea, Journal of Engineering Mathematics, Volume 9, Number 1, january 1975, p.11-20 Publisher: Springer, Netherlands, ISSN: 0022-0833(paper) 1573-2703(online) DOI: 10.1007/BF01535493

1975

68.

J.J. Kalker, An asymptotic method for the calculation of the contact stress in roller bearings. Vorgetragen anläßlich eines Seminars im SKF European Research Centre, Juthphaas (Holland) Juni 1975

1975

69.

A. D.de Pater, J.J. Kalker: The mechanics of Contact between deformable bodies, Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium, Enschede, Delft University Press(1975)

1975

70.

J.J. Kalker, Aspects of contact mechanics, proceedings of the symposium of the International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, pp.1-25

1975

71.

J.J. Kalker, Variatieprincipes in de Contactmechanica, (English: Variational principles in Contact Mechanics) Colloquium Mechanical Engineering Delft University of Technology

1976

72.

J.J. Kalker and C. Panek A finite,rigid roller moving without friction over a viscoelastic base Department of mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1976

73.

J.J. Kalker, Ein Überblick über die Mechanik des Kontaktes zwischen Festkörpern, A survey of the mechanics of contact between solid bodies, GAMM Jahres-Tagung Graz. Report of Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology ZAMM 57, T3-T17

1976

74.

J.J.Kalker, Aspekte vom rollenden Kontakt (English: Aspects of rolling contact) manuscript,lecture.

1976

75.

J.J. Kalker and Jac.de Wilde, A second order approximation for the elastic field of a steel roller pressed upon a steel race, Report Department of mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1976

76.

J.J. Kalker and C. Panek, Frictionless rolling contact of an almost cylindrical or tapered finite rigid roller with a viscoelastic half-space. Manuscript

1977

77.

 J.J. Kalker, A survey of the mechanics of contact between solid bodies. Zeitschrift für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik 57 pp. T3-T17

1977

78.

J.J. Kalker and Carl Panek, Three Dimensional Contact of a Rigid Roller Traversing a Viscoelastic Half-space. Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1977

79.

J.J. Kalker, Wrijvingsloos elastisch kontakt met hechting, Colloquium technische mechanika, (English: frictionless contact with adhesion, Colloquium Technical mechanics,Delft University of Technology) Delft University of Technology

1977

80.

J.J. Kalker, Variational principles of contact elastostatics, Journal of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications 20,199-219 Report Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology,1976

1977

 81.

J.J. Kalker, The surface displacement of an elastic half-space loaded in a slender,bounded,curved surface region with application to the calculation of the contact pressure under a roller, Journal of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications 19 (1977) p.127-144 Report Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1977

82.

Carl Panek, J.J. Kalker: A solution for the narrow rectangular punch. Journal of Elasticity, Volume 7, Number 2, p.213-218. Publisher: Springer Netherlands, ISSN: 0374-3535(paper) 1573-2681(online) DOI:10.1007/BF00041093 Subdepartment of mathematics, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands

1977

83.

J.J. Kalker, The creepage of two elastic cylinders rolling over each other under oscillating compressive and shearing forces Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1977

84.

J.J. Kalker, Frictionless line contact theory for an annular punch pressed into a half-space, Report Department of applied mathematics, Delft University of Technology.

1977

85.

J.J. Kalker, Variational and non-variational theory of frictionless adhesive contact between elastic bodies. Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1978

86.

J.J. Kalker, Simplified theory of rolling contact. Delft Progress Report 1, p.1-10

1978

87.

J.J. Kalker, The best Hertzian approximation of a normal contact problem, Delft University of Technology Progress Report.

1978

88.

J.J. Kalker, Marketing the rolling contact code Duvorol and the development of other programs to calculate contact stresses. Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

1978

89.

J.J. Kalker, Über die Mechanik des Kontaktes zwischen Rad und Schiene (English: On the mechanics of contact between wheel and rail) ZEV-Glasers Annalen 102(1978)Nr.7/8 Juli/August, p.214-217

1978

90.

J.J. Kalker, Das nicht-Hertzsche Kontakt und seine rechnerische Behandlung. (English: Non Hertzian Contact and its numerical treatment) Manuscript.

1978

91.

J.J. Kalker, The best Hertzian approximation of a normal contact problem, Delft University of Technology, Progress Report

1978

92.

J.J. Kalker, Numerical Contact elastostatics, Report Delft University of Technology. Department of Mathematics, European Colloquium No 110 Contact problems and Load Transfer in mechanical Assemblages, Linkoping, Sweden.

1979

93.

J.J. Kalker, Der Kraft-Schlupfverband im rollenden Kontakt (Englisch: Creep force creep relation in rolling contact) Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1979

94.

J.J. Kalker, Variationele behandeling van problemen uit de contaktmechanica,voordrachten (English : Variational treatment of problems of contact mechanics) Delft University of Technology, Department of Mathematics

1979

95.

J.J. Kalker, The computation of three-dimensional rolling contact with dry friction, International Journal for numerical methods in engineering, Vol.14, 1293-1307 John Wiley and Sons, Ltd. Report Delft University of Technology, Department of Mathematics

1979

96.

J.J. Kalker, Survey of wheel-rail rolling contact theory, State-of-the-art paper, IUTAM-IAVSD Symposium, Berlin Vehicle System Dynamics 5(1979) p.317-358, csa.com

1979

97.

J.J. Kalker, Contact problem in elastostatics, Contact mechanics for rolling stock and rails, Heavy Handbook International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering 14, 1293-1307 (1979)

1979

98.

J.J. Kalker, Über die Verifikation der vereinfachten Theorie des rollenden Kontaktes (English: On the verification of the simplified theory of rolling contact) Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1980

99.

C. Panek, J.J. Kalker, Three-dimensional contact of a rigid roller traversing a viscoelastic half-space. Journal of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications 26, p.299-313. Report Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1980

100.

J.J. Kalker, A fast algorithm for the Simplified Theory of Rolling Contact, Internal report Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology Mskr., Delft, February 1980

1980

101.

J.J. Kalker, A. S. K. S. T. Tjoeng, User's manual for the Program "Duvorol" in Algol 60 and Fortran for the Computation of 3-dimensional rolling contact with dry Friction, Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands, June 1980.

1980

102.

J.J. Kalker, Numerical Contact Elastostatics, Proceedings Symposium IUTAM , S. Nemat-Nasser,ed., Oergamin press, Oxford pp.242-248 Variational methods in the mechanics of solids, Edited by Nemat-Nasser, Pergamon Press Oxford and New York 1980

1980

103.

J.J. Kalker, Review of wheel-rail rolling contact theories, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Applied Mechanical Division, 40:77, 77-91 Report Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1980

104.

J.J. Kalker, Über die Mechanik des rollenden Kontakts (English: On the mechanics of rolling contact) Vortrag Berlin, manuscript

1980

105.

J.J. Kalker, User's manual of the program Linecon. Report august, Department of Applied Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1981

106.

J.J. Kalker, The calculation of the sub-surface stress in an element of a roller bearing

1981

107.

J.J. Kalker, An algorithm for the computation of the frictionless contact pressure between two bodies of revolution, report SKF

1981

108.

J.J. Kalker, A general algorithm for the elastostatic contact problem, manuscript

1981

109.

J.J. Kalker, Optimization algorithms for the elastostatic contact problem, manuscript

1981

110.

J.J. Kalker, A general algorithm for the contact problem in solid mechanics, manuscript

1981

111.

J.J. Kalker, A fast algorithm for the simplified theory of rolling contact, Report Faculty of Mathematics, TU Delft

1981

112.

J.J. Kalker, H. J. C. Allaert, J. de Mul, The numerical calculation of the contact problem in the theory of elasticity. Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis in Structural Mechanics, Proceedings of the Europe-U.S. Workshop, Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum, Germany, July 28-31,1980 Springer-Verlag , Berlin Heidelberg 1981

1981

113.

 J.J. Kalker, Program description of Fastsim in HP 67 pocket calculator code. Report Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.

1981

114.

J.J. Kalker, On the formation of short wave length rail corrugations, manuscript Normal force variations as a cause of corrugations on railway tracks, manuscript

1981

115.

J.J. Kalker, A general algorithm for the computation of the frictionless contact pressure between two bodies of revolution: Basis of the program Constif

1981

116.

J.J. Kalker, On the application of the half-space approximation to contact problems of finite cylinders, Report april 26, Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1981

117.

J.J. Kalker, The Reusner depth correction in the programs Con and Linecon2, Report november 4, Department of Mathematics , Delft University of Technology

1981

118.

J.J. Kalker, A pertubation scheme for the Kalman-Bucy filter, Report

1982

119.

J.J. Kalker, Numerical calculation of the elastic field in a half-space due to an load arbitrarily distributed over a bounded region of the surface. Report Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1982

120.

J.J. Kalker, The contact between wheel and rail. Report 82-27 of the department of Mathematics and informatics 1982, Delft University of Technology

1982

121.

J.J. Kalker, Introduction to the FORTRAN 14 programs Duvorol and Contact for the solution of 3D elastostatic half-space contact problems with and without friction, Report 82-29 Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1982

122.

J.J. Kalker, User's Manual of the Program Fortran IV Contact Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1983

123.

J.J. Kalker, Two algorithms for the contact problem in elastostatics, Proceedings International Symposium on Contact Mechanics and Wear of Rail-Wheel systems, Eds. J. Kalousek, R. V. Dukkipatti, G. M. L. Gladwell, University of Waterloo Press, pp.101-120 Report of the Department of Mathematics and Informatics, 82-26, Delft University of Technology

1982

124.

J.J. Kalker, A fast algorithm for the simplified theory of rolling contact, Vehicle System Dynamics 11, p.1-13

1982

125.

J.J. Kalker, User's manual of the Fortran IV program CONTACT, Dept. Mathematics and Informatics, TU Delft

1983

126.

J.J. Kalker, Surface irregularities and variable mechanical properties as a cause of rail corrugations, Report 83-21 Department of Mathematics and Informatics TU Delft Rail Corrugations, Eds. K. Knothe and R. Gasch, ILR-Bericht 56, TU Berlin, p.71-106

1983

127.

J.J. Kalker, Der Rollkontakt zwischen zwei starren Zylindern, die mit einer dünnen faserverstärkten.(English: Rolling contact between two rigid cylinders which were covered with a thin ) MAN Neue Technology, 1983

1983

128.

J.J. Kalker, The contact between wheel and rail 1st course on advanced vehicle system dynamics, Eds. de Pater and Pacejka, ICTS, Rome p.275-312

1983

129.

J.J. Kalker, On the simplified theory of non-steady frictional rolling contact. Manuscript

1983

130.

J.J. Kalker, A simplified theory for non-Hertzian Contact, Vehicle System Dynamics 12, p.43-45 Report 83-22 Department of Mathematics and Informatics, Delft University of Technology

1984

131.

J.J. Kalker, De elastische spanning en de verplaatsing aan het oppervlak van twee met rubber beklede stalen cylinders waartussen papier wordt doorgevoerd, report, Oce-Nederland B.V. Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Delft.

1984

132.

Wheel-rail rolling contact theory, lecture Amalfi, ICTS Conference,proceedings

1984

133.

J. G. Goree, J.J. Kalker, User's manual for Kalker's exact non-linear creep theory. National Technical Information Service, Springfield, Virginia 22151, USA

1985

134.

Mathematical models of friction for contact problems in elasticity, lecture

1985

135.

J.J. Kalker, Rolling contact, automotive tyre and railway wheel, Manuscript

1985

136.

J.J. Kalker, On the contact problem in elastostatics, In: Unilateral Problems in Structural Analysis, Eds. Del Piero/Maceri, CISM Courses and Lectures No 288, Springer Wien-New York, pp.81-118

1985

137.

J.J. Kalker, A course on contact mechanics, Department of Mathematics and Informatics, a 79C, TU Delft

1985

138.

J.J. Kalker, On Reusner's depth convection, manuscript.

1986

139.

J.J. Kalker, Railway wheel and automotive tyre, Vehicle System Dynamics 5, Vol.15,pp.255-269 Report Deoartment of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology, lecture

1986

140.

J.J. Kalker, Introduction to the Fortran program CONTACT for the solution of 3D elastostatic half-space contact problems with and without friction, Report T.U. Delft, Faculty of Mathematics

1985

141.

J.J. Kalker, J. de Mul, R. Frederiksson, The contact between arbitrarily curved bodies in finite dimension, ASME-ASLE Joint Tribology Conference.

1986

142.

J.J. Kalker, J. de Mul, R. Frederiksson, The contact between arbitrarily curved bodies in finite dimension, cat. inist. fr, Journal of Tribology, 108

1986

143.

J.J. Kalker, Mathematical models of friction for contact problems in elasticity, Wear 113, p 61-77

1986

144.

 J.J. Kalker, The principle of virtual work and its dual for contact problems, Ingenieur-Archiv 56, p.453-467. Springer Report Delft University of Technology, Department of mathematics

1986

145.

J.J. Kalker, Numerical calculation of the elastic field in a half-space. Communications of Applied Numerical Methods 2, p.401-410. Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1986

146.

J.J. Kalker, User's manual of the Fortran program contact, version 1 and 3, Delft University of Technology

1986

147.

J.J. Kalker, Contactproblemen in de elasticiteitsleer, lectures. English : Contact problems in the theory of elasticity, lectures Gansk

1987

148.

 J.J. Kalker, Applications of wheel-rail rolling contact theory, lectures.

1987

149.

 J.J. Kalker, Wheel-rail wear calculations with the program CONTACT, in : Contact mechanics and wear of rail/wheel systems II, Eds. Gladwell, Ghonem and Kalousek,p.3-26 Kingston, RI, University of Waterloo Press Waterloo, Ontario Report 87-02, ISSN 0920-2358, Reports of the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Delft, 1987 Lecture

1987

150.

J.J. Kalker, The contact between wheel and rail (revised version) Report 82-27, ISSN 0920-2358, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Delft

1987

151.

 J.J. Kalker, Variational and non-variational theory of frictionless adhesive contact between bodies, Wear Vol.119,pp.63-76 report 87-11, ISSN 0920-8577 Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Delft

1988

152.

J.J. Kalker, The quasistatic contact problem with friction for threedimensional elastic bodies. Journal de Mecanique theoretique et appliquee Journal of theoretical and applied mechanics, Special issue,supplement no 1 to vol.7 Report 87-51, ISSN 0920-8577 Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, TU Delft csa.com 37 Mechanical Engineering(AH)

1987

153.

J.J. Kalker, Wheel-rail wear calculations with the program CONTACT, In: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Contact Mechanics and Wear of Rail/Wheel Systems. Eds. G. M. L. Gladwell, H. Ghonem, J. Kalousek, University of Waterloo Press, p.3-26.

1987

154.

J.J. Kalker, G. J. Olsder, On robots with flexible links, dynamics,control and stability, Archive of Applied Mechanics (Ingenieur Archiv), Volume 57, Number 1, January 1987,p.16-24 Publisher:Springer Berlin/Heidelberg ISSN:0939-1533(paper) 1432-0681(online) Report 85-34, Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1988

155.

J.J. Kalker, Contact mechanical algorithms. Communications of Applied Numerical Methods 4,p.25-32. doi.wiley.com Report 86-48 Delft University of Technology Department of mathematics

1988

156.

J.J. Kalker, The elastic stress and the displacement on the surfaces of two rubber-clad steel cylinders between which paper is led. Report TWI, TU Delft 88-23.

1988

157.

J. Piotrowski, J.J. Kalker: The elastic cross-influence between two quasi-Hertzian contact zones, Vehicle System Dynamics 17, p.337-355. Report 88-45, Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1988

158.

J. Piotrowski, J.J. Kalker, Elastic cross-influence between two quasi-Hertzian contact zones 37 Mechanical Engineering (AH). csa.com

1988

159.

J.J. Kalker, A simplified theory of thin, soft coatings manuscript

1988

160.

Joost J. Kalker und Andrzej Chudzikiewicz, Berechnung der Profiländerung durch Verschleiss der Eisenbahnräder (English: Analysis of profile variation of railway wheels through wear), Reports of the Faculty of Technical Mathematics and Informatics. 88-??. Delft University of Technology Vorlesung Aachen

1989

161.

J.J. Kalker, Elastic and viscoelastic analysis of two multiply layered cylinders rolling over each other with coulomb friction, Report 89-50, ISSN 0922-5641 Reports of the Faculty of Technical Mathematics and Informatics. 89-50. Delft University of Technology Lecture

1989

162.

J.J. Kalker, J. Piotrowski, Some new results in rolling contact, Vehicle System Dynamics 18, p.223-242 report 88-46 Delft University of Technology, Department of Mathematics, ISSN 0920-8577

1989

163.

J.J. Kalker, Three-dimensional viscoelastic bodies in steady state frictional rolling contact with generalization to Knothe rolling. Faculty of mathematics, Delft University of Technology.

1990

164.

J.J. Kalker, Contact mechanica II, lectures a79c Delft University of Technology

1990

165.

G.F. M. Braat, J.J. Kalker, Deformations of viscoelastic layered rubber coated on two stationary rolling cylinders , Integration of Theory and Applications in Applied mechanics, 1990, Proceedings of First National Mechanics Congress (Eds. J.F. Dijksman, F.T.M. Nieuwstadt, Kluwer, Dordrecht.

1990

166.

G. F. M. Braat, J.J. Kalker, Theoretical and experimental analysis of the rolling contact between two cylinders coated with multilayered,viscoelastic rubber. Delft University of Technology, Department of Technical Mathematics and Informatics, Oce Nederland B.V. Research and Development, Department of Analytical Measurements, Venlo, The Netherlands In: A. H. Aliabadi andC. A. Brebbia (Eds.) Contact Mechanics, Computational Techniques; Contact Mechanics Publications, (1993), pp. 119-126

1990

167.

J.J. Kalker, Three-Dimensional Elastic Bodies in Rolling Contact, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht/Boston/London (1990) ISBN 0-7923-0712-7

1990

168.

J.J. Kalker, Wheel-Rail Rolling Contact Theory Vehicle System Dynamics, Wear 144, p.243-261,csa.com 7/1990 , 31 Mechanical Properties (MD)

1990

169.

J.J. Kalker, A non-linear theory of the influence of normal force fluctuations on corrugation development, manuscript lecture

1991

170.

J.J. Kalker, Visco-elastodynamic contact problems, manuscript

1991

171.

J.J. Kalker, Variational principles for viscoelasto-dynamic contact problems, manuscript

1991

172.

J.J. Kalker, Viscoelastic multilayered Cylinders rolling with dry friction, Journal of Applied Mechanics, Vol.58, p.666-679. Report 89-50, Department of Technical Mathematics, Delft University of Technology Lecture

1991

173.

J.J. Kalker, Modelling the third body, Report Faculty of Technical Mathematics and Informatics, Delft University of Technology

1991

174.

J.J. Kalker, On the three-body contact conditions Report Faculty of Technical mathematics and Informatics, Delft University of Technology

1991

175.

J.J. Kalker, Modification of the two-body contact conditions to account for the Third Body Report Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology Wear Particles-D. Dowson et al. (Editors) 1992 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. Lecture

1991

176.

J.J. Kalker, A mathematical model of the third body Report Department of mathematics, Delft University of Technology Leeds-Lyon Symposium

1991

177.

J.J. Kalker, Simulation of the development of a railway profile through wear, Wear,150, p.355-365, 10/1991

1991

178.

J.J. Kalker and A. Chudzikiewicz, Calculation of the evolution of the form of a railway wheel profile through wear, International Series of Numerical Mathematics, Vol.101, Birkhauser Verlag Basel Wear 150, p.355-365 Also : lecture Capri 1989

1991

179.

J.J. Kalker, A. Chudzikiewicz, Wheel-rail wear calculations with the Fastsim routine Report technical mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1991

180.

J.J. Kalker, Simulation of the development of a railway wheel profile through wear, Wear 150, p.355-365

1992

181.

J.J. Kalker, D. F. Cannon, O. Orringer,eds. Rail Quality and Maintenance for Modern Railway Operation, International Conference on Rail Quality and Maintenance for Modern Railway Operation, Kluwer Academic Publishers

1992

182.

J.J. Kalker, Considerations on rail corrugation. Technical Report DUT-TWI-92-26, Delft University of Technology, Department of Technical mathematics

1992

183.

J.J. Kalker, Wheel-rail rolling contact theory. Lecture China

1992

184.

E.A.H. Vollebregt, User's Manual CONPC92

1992

185.

E.A.H. Vollebregt, PC Version 92.01,

1993

186.

E.A.H. Vollebregt, G. Wang, J.J. Kalker, User's Manual CON 93 and CONPC92

1992

187.

 J.J. Kalker, Over de oorzaken van contactgeluid, (English : On the causes of Contact Noise) Rapport 92-100, ISSN 0920-2358, Reports of the Faculty of Technical Mathematics and Informatics 1992, Delft, The Netherlands.

1992

188.

 J.J. Kalker, The causes of contact noise, Report TU Delft

1992

189.

 J.J. Kalker, Two cylinders clad with rubber and with arbitrary profile, pressed together without friction, Internal report Delft University of Technology, Department of Mathematics.

1992

190.

J.N. Leijnse, C.J. Snijders, J.E. Bonte, J.M. Landsmeer, J.J. Kalker, J.C.van der Meulen, G.J. Sonneveld, S.E. Hovius, The hand of the musician: the kinematics of the bidigital finger system with anatomical restrictions. Report of the Department of Biomedical Physics and Technology, Erasmus Unversiteit, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

1992

191.

J.N. Leijnse, J.E. Bonte, J.M. Landsmeer, J.J. Kalker, J.C.van der Meulen, C.J. Snijders, Biomechanics of the finger with anatomical restrictions-the significance for the exercising hand of the musician. Department of Biomedical Physics, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands Journal of Biomechanics, November, 25(11):1253-64

1992

192.

J.J. Kalker, Computational Contact Mechanics of the Wheel-rail system, Faculty of Applied Mathematics, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, report 92-28 Lecture China and Japan

1992

193.

F. Periard, J.J. Kalker, The causes of contact noise, wheel-rail interaction, Department of mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1992

194.

G. Wang and J.J. Kalker, Three-dimensional rolling contact of two viscoelastic bodies, Proc. Contact Mechanics International Symposium, Edt. A. Curnier, PPur,477-490

1993

195.

J.J. Kalker, Considerations on Rail Corrugation, Vehicle System Dynamics, 22 Report TWI 92-26

1993

196.

J.J. Kalker, A simplified theory for non-Hertzian contact, (SIMPLE program) Proceedings 6th IAVSD Symposium, 1993

1993

197.

 J. Piotrowski, J.J. Kalker: A non-linear mathematical model of finite, periodic rail corrugations Report Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology Contact mechanics, computational techniques. Eds. M. H. Aliabali, C. A. Brebbia. Computational Mechanics Publications, Southampton-Boston 1993, p.413-425 Report 93-49, Delft University of Technology, Department of Mathematics 64 Numerical Analysis (AH) csa.com

1993

198.

J.J. Kalker, Corrugations of Rails Report Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1993

199.

J.J. Kalker, Corrugation of Rail (April 1993) Lecture

1993

200.

J.J. Kalker, The railway track response function. Delft University of Technology, Department of Mathematics. DUT-TWI-93-40.

1993

201.

M.C. Dubourg, J.J. Kalker: Crack behaviour under rolling contact fatigue, Rail Quality and Maintenance for Modern Railway Operation, Ed. J.J. Kalker, Kluwer, Dordrecht

1993

202.

S.L. Grassie, Dynamic modelling of the track, Rail Quality and Maintenance for Modern Railway Operation, Eds. J.J. Kalker, D. Cannon, O. Orringer

1993

203.

J.J. Kalker, Applications of contact mechanics,lecture

1994

204.

J.J. Kalker, Considerations on rail corrugation Vehicle System Dynamics 23, pp.3-28 TU Delft, TWI-report 92-26

1995

205.

J.N. Leijnse, J.J. Kalker, A two-dimensional kinematic model of the lumbrical in the human finger. Report of Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Erasmus University, Rotterdam. Journal of Biomechanics 1995 March 28 (3) 237-249

1993

206.

J.J. Kalker, D. F. Cannon, O. Orringer, Rail Quality and Maintenance for Modern Railway Operation, International Conference on Rail Quality. Kluwer Academic Publishers,page 1.

1993

207.

E.A.H. Vollebregt and J.J. Kalker, User's Manual CONTACT93, TU Delft

1994

208.

E.A.H. Vollebregt, J.J. Kalker, G. Wang, User's Manual CONTACT94

1993

209.

E. A. H. Vollebregt, J.J. Kalker and Lin H. X.: A fast solver for normal and tangential contact mechanics in the half-space. In: Contact mechanics, Computational Techniques, Proceedings First International Conference on Contact Mechanics, Editors M. H. Aliabadi and C. A. Brebbia, Computational Mechanics Publications, Southampton.

1993

210.

J.J. Kalker, Applications of contact mechanics, Lecture

1993

211.

J.J. Kalker, Corrugation of rail, lecture

1993

212.

J.J. Kalker, Preparation for the task of Mikhael Pavlov, research project of M. Pavlov

1993

213.

Mikhael Pavlov, Description of the program calculating influence numbers.

1993

214.

J.J. Kalker, Contact noise, lecture

1994

215.

J.J. Kalker, F. Periard, Wheel-rail noise, (Wiel-Rail Geluid) Lecture

1994

216.

J.J. Kalker, Considerations on rail corrugations, Vehicle System Dynamics 23, pp 3-28

1994

217.

J.J. Kalker, Discretely supported rails subjected to transient loads, Vehicle System Dynamics

1994

218.

J.J. Kalker, A method of mixed time and frequency domains for discretely supported rails subject to transient loads, report 95-26, Department of mathematics Delft University of Technology.

1994

219.

J.J. Kalker, A railway rail on irregular, discrete supports,

1995

220.

J.J. Kalker, F. Periard, Wheel-rail noise: impact, random, corrugation and tonal noise, Wear 191(1996) p.184-187

1995

221.

J.J. Kalker: Frictionless Contact, a problem in optimalization, Faculty of Technical Mathematics, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

1995

222.

F. Periard, J.J. Kalker: Wheel vibration, report Delft University of Technolgy, Department of Applied Mathematics

1995

223.

F. Periard, J.J. Kalker, Curve Squeal Noise by Trams,Introduction, Computation and Kinematics. University of Technology, Applied Mathematics.

1995

224.

F. Periard, J.J. Kalker, Time-domain solution of high frequency dynamic behaviour of tram tracks, report July 1, Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1995

225.

Z. L. Li and J.J. Kalker, Wheel-rail wear and rolling contact fatigue, lecture

1996

226.

J.J. Kalker, Multibody formulation of contact problems lecture

1996

227.

 J.J. Kalker, Contact mechanics viewed as a problem in multibody theory

1996

228.

 J.J. Kalker, A method of mixed time and frequency domains for discretely supported rails subject to transient loads. Report 95-61 Delft University of Technology, Department of Technical Mathematics Zeitschrift für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik, 1996.

1996

229.

J.J. Kalker, Book of Tables for the Hertzian Creep-Force Law. Technical report 96-61, Department of Applied Analysis (Mathematics) Delft University of Technology 2nd Mini Conference on Contact mechanics and Wear of Wheel/Rail systems, Budapest, pp.11-20

1996

230.

J.J. Kalker, Discretely supported Rails subjected to transient loads, Vehicle system dynamics 25, p. 71-88

1996

231.

J.J. Kalker and F. Periard, Wheel-rail noise :impact, random,corrugation and tonal noise, Wear 191,p.184-187

1996

232.

J.J. Kalker and Zi Li Li, Wheel -Rail throat Contact IUTAM

1996

233.

J.J. Kalker und F. M. Dekking, Ein Modell für eine rauhe Oberfläche (English: A model for a rough surface), lecture Berlin

1996

234.

J.J. Kalker, A brief survey of wheel-rail contact

1996

235.

J.J. Kalker, Wheel-rail contact, theory, algorithms, applications, Report 96-69 Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1996

236.

Frederic Periard and Joost J. Kalker, Time-domain solution of the high-frequency dynamic behaviour of tram rails, Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

1996

237.

J.J. Kalker, Contact mechanics viewed as a problem

1997

238.

 F.M. Dekking, J.J. Kalker, E. Vollebregt, Simulation of rough, elastic contacts, Transactions ASME, Journal of Applied Mechanics 64(2) 361-368, 6/1997, csa.com Report 96-52 Delft University of Technology, Department of Mathematics

1997

239.

V.M. Alexandrov, J.J. Kalker, D.A. Pozharskii The spatial contact problem for a two-layer foundation with unknown contact area Journal of Applied Mechanics ?

1998

240.

J.J. Kalker, Rolling Contact Phenomena

1998

241.

Li Z. L. and J.J. Kalker, The computation of wheel-rail conformal contact, Proceedings of the 4th World Conference on Computational Mechanics, 29 June-2 July, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

1998

242.

Li Z.L. and J.J. Kalker, Adaptive solution of the rolling contact using boundary element method, Proceedings of the 20th World Conference on the Boundary Element Method, 19-21 August, Orlando, Florida, USA (A00-30501 -7-31), p. 127-136 Springer. Boundary elements XX,1998-csa.com

1998

243.

Li Z .L. and J.J. Kalker, Simulation of severe wheel-rail wear, Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Computer Aided Design, Manufacture and Operation in the Railway and other Mass Transit systems, 2-4 September, Lisbon, Portugal Computational Mechanics Publications, Southampton, pp. 393-402

1998

244.

Li Z. L., J.J. Kalker, P.K. Wiersma and E.R. Snijders: Non-Hertz Wheel-Rail Wear Simulation in Vehicle Dynamical Systems, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Railway Bogies and Running Gears, Edited by Zobory, I. , 21-23 September, Budapest, Hungary

1998

245.

J.J. Kalker, Simulation of wheel-rail wear by non-hertzian rolling contact, Proceedings of ECMI (European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry) Conference , Chalmers University, Goteborg, Sweden

1998

246.

C.M. Kalker-Kalkman and J.J. Kalker Training of neural networks with the aid of genetic algorithms with application to contact problems. Proceedings of ECMI conference, Chalmers University, Goteborg, Sweden. Lecture.

1998

247.

J.J. Kalker, Review paper, Wheel-rail contact, Theory,algorithms,applications. Strijnicky Casopis,49,1998

1999

248.

V.M. Aleksandrov, J.J. Kalker, D.A. Pozharskii, Three-dimensional contact problem for a two-layered elastic base with an unknown contact area, Izv. Ross. Akad. Nauk, MTT, Mechanics of solids C/C of Inzhenernyi Zhurnal Mekhanika, 199 Allerton Press, Inc.

1999

249.

J.J. Kalker, Rolling Contact Phenomena, CISM courses and lectures No 411, International Centre for Mechanical Sciences, Edited by Bo Jacobson (Lund University) and Joost J. Kalker, (Delft University of Technology), Springer Wien/New York

1999

250.

J.J. Kalker, Rolling Contact Phenomena Linear Elasticity, CISM courses and lectures No 411, pp.1-84, Udine, Italy(A 01-47341 13-31)

2000

251.

V.M. Aleksandrov, J.J. Kalker, D.A. Posharski, Calculation of stresses in the axisymmetric contact problem for a two-layered elastic base, Mechanics of solids C/C of Inzheneryi Zhurnal Mekhanika, Allerton Press.

2000

252.

S.M. Aizikovich, V.M. Aleksandrov, J.J. Kalker, I.I. Krenev, Trubchik I.S. Analytical solution of the spherical indentation problem for a half-space with gradients with the. -International Journal of Solids and Structures 2000,pp.2745-2772 (28)

2000

253.

J.J. Kalker, Rolling contact phenomena : Linear Elasticity, Report 00-09 of the Department of Applied Mathematical Analysis, ISSN 1389-6520

Onbekende datum

254.

J.J. Kalker, V. M. Rybka, The elastostatic approach to compression of a cracked medium with dry friction. Reports Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Delft

1991

255.

J.J. Kalker, Wheel-rail contact theory, Mechanics and Fatigue in wheel/rail contact Wear 144 (1991), pp. 243-262 Editor S. L. Grassie Also lecture at the Third International Conference on Contact Mechanics and Wear of Rail/Wheel Systems, Cambridge (U.K.), 1990 (Data introduced by K. Knothe)

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256.

J.J. Kalker, An algorithm for frictional contact lecture

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257.

J.J. Kalker, Contact problems in the theory of elasticity lecture

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258.

J.J. Kalker, The application of linear programming to the two-dimensional contact problem with dry friction, Report Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology

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259.

J.J. Kalker, The variational principles of contact mechanics, lecture

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260.

J.J. Kalker, Introduction to Contact Theory, Classical methods. Lecture

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261.

J.J. Kalker, Introduction to Modern Contact Mechanics, Lecture

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262.

J.J. Kalker, Optimaliseren van dynamische systemen, college a75a English : optimisation of dynamic systems,lectures

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