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Example of References are given below :
II. Brezis,H.(1968), Equations et Inequations Non Lineaires dans les EspacesVectorielsenDualite. Ann.Inst.Fourier,vol.18,pp. 115-175.
III. Dowson, Duncan (1997). History of Tribology, 2nd Edition. Wiley; 2 edition (March 6, 1998).
IV. J. L. Lions and G. Stampacchia.(1967), variational Inequalities, comm.on Pure and Applied Math., Vol XX, PP.493-519.
V. M. Chipotand G., Michaille, (1989), Uniqueness results and monotonicity properties for strongly nonlinear elliptic variational inequalities, AnnalidellaScuolaNormaleSuperiore di Pisa,4(16), pp. 137-166.
VI. Meriam, J. L, and L. G. Kraige. (2002), Engineering Mechanics (fifth ed.). John Wiley & Sons.
VII. R. C. Hibbele, (2007). Engineering Mechanics, (Eleventh ed.). Pearson, Prentice-Hall.
VIII. Ruina, Andy, and Rudra Pratap (2002). Introduction to Statics and Dynamics. Oxford university press.
IX. Stuart S. Antman,(1983),” The Influence of Elasticity in Analysis: Modern Developments”, American Mathematical Society 9 (3), pp 267-291.
X. Van Beek, Anton. “History of Science Friction”. tribology-abc.com.