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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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Solids conveying depends on the frictional forces exerted on a differential slab of solids in the feed channel (13, 14).
With respect to the requirement for a high stress resistance and hardness for control purposes or low frictional force and shearing stress for accommodation purposes, Nora Lunalastike is likely the most suitable for a cushioning material.
While oils or polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) can reduce friction somewhat, hydrophilic hydrogel coatings can exhibit dramatic reductions (10-100 fold) in frictional forces because they can absorb large amounts of water, in many cases more than 90% by weight (ref.
Figures 8-13 depict the effects of We, n, M , [alpha], [eta] and [phi] on the frictional force.
ctj] = frictional force of the oil film between the piston and cylinder
5, the frictional force reduces the amplitude of the beam oscillation by about 0.
Figure 8, 9, 10, 11 represents the effect of feed on cutting force, thrust force, shear force and frictional force respectively under constant speed and depth of cut.
As the damage mode transits to the next, more severe mode, the real-time penetration depth, as well as the depth of the residual ditch, becomes rougher, and the frictional force encountered fluctuates more, which provides the evidence of the transition points.
g]) of the wall, which comes from the frictional force between the bottom of the wall and the foundation soil, can be calculated by Equation (2).
The equation of motion for this system is obtained from the horizontal forces acting on the block: the spring restoring force (-kx) and the kinetic frictional force (-[mu]mg x/[absolute value of x]).
For an object moving in water (or air), that frictional force is called drag.
Instruments on the post will measure such aerodynamic features as the plane's lift (upward force) and drag (the frictional force exerted on the plane when air flows against it).
Drilling mud, a very important element in HDD, is used to facilitate the drilling and reaming processes, and to minimize the frictional force acting on the pipe as it is pulled into the hole.
Wikipedia defines tribology as "the science and engineering of interacting surfaces in relative motion" There are no hard and fast rules for evaluating a polymer's tendency to feed, because the criteria noted--shape, size, and randomness--interact, and frictional force depends on contact area even though the friction coefficient remains essentially the same for given polymers.
frictional force experienced by the samples is also necessary because this is another parameter that is vital to