abrasion mark

abrasion mark

[ə′brā·zhən ‚märk]
(graphic arts)
A very fine mark on a print or film surface that does not penetrate to the base.
A defect occurring in a print or a film as a result of moving contact with another surface.
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where M, R, F, [alpha], and b in equations (1) and (2) are friction moments, the radius of the counterpart wear ring, the applied load, the contact angle, and the width of abrasion marks, respectively.
This could cause a knocking sound and in rare instances, abrasion marks could possibly occur on the fuel line itself.
The lack of abrasion marks (also noted in Marsh & West 1981, but not mentioned by Knusel & Carr), excellent condition and complete facial regions form a striking contrast to the assertions of Knusel & Carr.