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frictional

[′frik·shən·əl]
(geology)
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However, many of the typical fillers are angular or irregular in particle shape, and quite abrasive, making it difficult to increase the frictional drag at the barrel wall enough to offset the drag on the screw surface when the aspect ratio may be 1.
Regardless of a market's growth rate, if future supply increases to match demand (after allowing for frictional vacancy), a vacancy rate that considers near-term future demand and supply will represent market equilibrium.
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.
In this position, the S-cam will not return to the released position (Figure 4), causing uncontrollable brake pressure, severe frictional heating and a fire.
However, frictional forces are rather low in shotshells.
The purpose of this work was to study the slip behavior and frictional heating of LLDPE, pure as well as blended with a FPPA, flowing through a capillary die.
Their strategy includes reducing frictional torque, which is the negative force caused when a rotating object moves against another surface.
Once implemented, the team anticipates that the revised test method will appropriately quantify coating frictional coefficients and ensure proper connection performance.
It is possible that cold spots exist on the upper surface of the wing tanks with temperatures close to the static air temperatures down to -70C, rather than the higher theoretical total air temperatures incorporating a frictional heating contribution.
Each filling unit features a platinum-cured silicone rolling diaphragm that isolates the piston head from the cylinder, eliminating frictional contact between the two components for a virtually zero particulate operation.
1) Reduce frictional costs: Any discussion of barriers to catastrophe-bond market growth starts and ends with frictional costs--the fees a sponsor pays to complete a transaction.
Really cold ice debris is as frictional as beach sand," McKinnon says.