negative friction

negative friction

In foundation engineering, the additional load on a pile resulting from the settling of fill, which tends to drag the pile downward into the soil.
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2 shows the oscillogram of the motor torque variation m(t) for small velocity deviations at a single step change in the load for a section of the characteristic with negative friction where the graph of the transient 1 is presented for the case of tuning to a symmetric optimum with typical parameters of the automatic control system in calculations without taking into account the properties of the elastic link and variable friction forces, and the graph of the transient 2--for the case of tuning to a minimum of oscillation with optimal parameters of the automatic control system for the section of the characteristic with a <<negative>> friction.
Judder in automotive clutches has been attributed to an increasing friction coefficient with decreasing slipping velocity, dubbed as a negative friction gradient, and is known to reduce with system damping (Kani etal., (1992)).
It is seen from the figure that the friction stress divides into two zones of positive friction stress and negative friction stress.
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Most materials in nature have negative friction, in which the coefficient of friction is reduced with increasing sliding velocity, or creep.
"Negative friction is the underlying cause of a number of problems-particularly wheel squeal, the screeching noise as the train rounds a corner' Eadie said.
Such behavior of the feed force leads to a negative friction coefficient if regular orthogonal cutting mechanics laws are used.
Comparing Figure 3 with Figure 4, it's obvious that after introducing negative friction slope character, more squeal frequencies can be predicted.
Negative friction coefficient - velocity slope law is introduced to the model.
Although the pipe pile treatment neutralizes the collapsibility of the original loess foundation to a certain degree, collapse still occurs in various degrees--depending on the intensity and duration of water soaking on the surface--and causes negative friction. The longer the soaking time, the greater the negative friction.
10, the maximum positive friction force 79.52 kN is more than the maximum negative friction 74.39 kN along the rolling direction.