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Synonyms for friction

Synonyms for friction

Synonyms for friction

a state of conflict between persons


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the resistance encountered when one body is moved in contact with another

effort expended in moving one object over another with pressure

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14 and 15represents the variation of the minimum film thickness of the oil film and the force of friction, the force of friction is inversely proportional to the viscosity of the oil film and the minimum film thickness to the crank angle.
12), build a miniature luge ramp to learn more about how the force of friction affects a luger's speed.
Any flow through a pipe must overcome the force of friction.
For many materials useful to engineering applications, like metals, the stick-slip sequence creates a sawtooth pattern that reflects the force of friction.
As a result of the difficult mechanism of influence of grains on a surface of workpiece under the influence of force of friction [F.