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  • Engineering Mechanics

    Friction

  • Friction: Layout Types of Friction Characteristics of Dry Friction Coulombs Friction Model Friction Angle Simple Application: Wedge characteristics [,krkt'ristiks] n. characteristic

    coulomb ['ku:lm] n.

    wedge [wed] n.

  • Types of Friction Dry Friction When the unlubricated surfaces of two solids are in contact under a condition of sliding or tendency to slide Fluid Friction When adjacent layers in a fluid are moving at different velocities Internal Friction - When solid materials are subjected to cyclical loading lubricate ['lubrikeit] vi.

    adjacent ['deisnt] adj.

    cyclical ['saiklikl] adj.

  • Characteristics of Dry FrictionFt: Friction Force N: Normal Force

  • critical ['krtk()l]adj.

    impend [m'pend] vi.

    kinetic [k'netk]adj. []

    coefficient [,kui'fint] n. []

  • Friction: Example I A block of mass m is resting on an inclined plane. The coefficient of friction between the block and the plane is =0.25. Determine the maximum value of the inclining angle . Note: Inclining the plane may be used to estimate the coefficient of friction incline [in'klain] vi. value ['vlju:] n.

  • Friction Force- Direction - MagnitudeCoordinate System- Standard- Rotated

  • Friction: Example II Determine the range of values of force P applied so that the block of mass m will neither slide down or move up the inclined plane. Assume that the coefficient of friction between the block and the plane is =0.25 and the inclining angle of the plane is =45 .

  • Friction: Example II Friction Force: Direction ?

  • Friction: Example II

  • Friction: Example III A square block of mass m resting on the horizontal surface is subjected to a horizontal force P. The coefficient of friction between the block and the plane is . Prove that equilibrium is broken by sliding if 0.5. square [skw] adj.

    subject ['sbdikt] adj.

    tilt [tilt] vi.

  • Friction: Example IV The three flat blocks are positioned on the 30 incline and a force P parallel to the incline is applied to the middle block. The coefficient of friction for each of the three pairs of mating surfaces is shown. Determine the maximum value of P may have before any slipping takes place.

  • Friction: Example IV

  • The Angle of Friction

  • Wedge: Example VThe position of the 500kg block is adjusted by the 5 wedge under the action of the force P. If the coefficients of friction for both pairs of wedge surfaces and between the block and the horizontal plane are 0.3 and 0.6 respectively, determine the least force P required to move the block. respectively [ri'spektivli] adv.

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