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frictional

[′frik·shən·əl]
(geology)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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As for frictional materials, many kinds of different materials were designed and employed based on the requirements of USM.
The team is now examining ways in which the cohesive and frictional forces of groups of atoms, or colloids in cement, are improved by mixing in certain additives such as volcanic ash, refinery slag and other materials.
Sections AB and HI only show axial pipeline-soil frictional force and do not generate bending deformation.
The frictional forces are affected not only by the surface roughness but also by the material's stiffness [3], that is, contact forces between the two surfaces (i.e., the wire and the bracket) during sliding in frictional tests increase with increasing wire's stiffness [17].
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 1.25:1 to 1.35:1.
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.
Bearing balls lose the proper spacing in the bearing and rub together, creating excessive frictional heating and movement of the shaft off center, which can add to frictional heating with other components.
Figure 3 showed the different relationships between the frictional force and normal load at bias voltages of 0 V, 0.5 V, 1.0 V, 1.5 V, and 2.0 V.
Both toolboxes have inertia, but the one with rollers will experience trivial frictional forces against the floor.
Dutch firm Royal DSM has launched an innovative new high-performance material that reduces frictional torque in automobile engine timing systems.