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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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Three major laws [1-3] of friction are taken into consideration such as the frictional force is proportional to the normal load; the frictional force is independent of the apparent contact area and the frictional force is independent of sliding speed.
Both toolboxes have inertia, but the one with rollers will experience trivial frictional forces against the floor.
Where s is coefficient of static friction and N isnormal load acting The value of equation 1 is transition and sliding starts when the value of F or component of F parallel to the surface ( WhenF is not parallel to the sliding surface) exceeds the value of equation 1 and for kinematics frictional force s is replace by kinematics coefficient of friction k.
These coatings increase a device's lubricity, which reduces the frictional forces between the device and other devices or the vascular tissue itself.
Nano-sized bumps on the surface of Nanofront raise frictional force and produce a surface area dozens of times greater than that of regular fiber, giving the material outstanding slip resistance.
Figure 5 shows the relation between pretension in bolts and frictional force, which was derived based on an assumption that frictional moment resistance can be replaced by a couple of frictional force [10].
Frictional resistance is an important consideration in orthodontic mechanotherapy because forces needed to retract teeth necessarily has to overcome the frictional force.
With this design, the frictional force of the O-rings helps to prevent the occurrence of creep and subsequent damage to the shaft of the pump upon which the bearings are fitted.
Open, non-contact linear encoders are increasingly used in measurement applications that require higher traversing speeds and operating cycles, as well as lower mechanical backlash and zero frictional force induced by an encoder.
Expressions for the velocity, axial pressure gradient, pressure rise and frictional force over a one wavelength are obtained.
The mechanical energy is predominately frictional force in the stone mill, shearing force in the hammer mill, and shock force in the jet mill.