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Contact mechanics used to be and is a crucial department in mechanics which covers a wide box of theoretical, numerical and experimental investigations. during this conscientiously edited booklet the reader will receive a state of the art evaluation on formula, mathematical research and numerical answer strategies of touch difficulties. The contributions accrued during this quantity summarize the lectures awarded through the 4th touch Mechanics foreign Symposium (CMIS) held in Hannover, Germany, 2005, through top scientists within the zone of touch mechanics.
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