kinetic friction


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kinetic friction

[kə′ned·ik ′frik·shən]
(mechanics)
The friction between two surfaces which are sliding over each other.
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20] investigated the coefficient of kinetic friction between an ice cone and different materials with smooth surfaces.
The kinetic friction coefficient is a useful indicator for describing tribological performance of a solid lubricant coating.
The friction and wear tests were repeated three times, and the average values of kinetic friction coefficient were calculated after 200, 1200, and 3600 meter testing.
To the Editor: In September's "The Culture of ABS," the author states "on most surfaces kinetic friction is greater than static friction.
The equation to find the kinetic friction is: uk = FK/mg where uk stands for the coefficient of kinetic friction and Fk stands for the force due to kinetic friction; m is the mass of the ball and g stands for gravity.
FX-7100 COF tester is a full featured digital-based friction tester, which can be run as a stand-alone machine or a computer-assisted tester with optional FX-7000 quality control software for automatic calculation and graphical display of static and kinetic friction data.
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