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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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Are these people more likely to be cyclically or structurally unemployed than frictionally unemployed?
The influence of a variable normal load on the forced vibration of a frictionally damped structure", Transactions of the ASME, Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power, Vol.
The remaining unemployed workers are thought to be either frictionally unemployed - looking for work - or structurally unemployed - lacking the skills to take a job.
Frictionally excited thermo elastic instability in disc brakes transient problem in the full contact regime, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences 8: 129-137.
The DGBAS statistics show the frictionally unemployed dropped to 218,00 in the first three quarters of this year, a five-year low; while the cyclically unemployed hit a historic high of 340,000.
Moreover, the results suggest that an increase in the number cyclically and frictionally uninsured generates less welfare loss than an increase in the number of structurally uninsured.
For Phase I, Stokes assumed that each plate represents a semi-infinite body exposed to a constant heat flux resulting from frictionally dissipated energy at the weld interface.