FRICTION


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FRICTION
FRICTIONRevised by Peyman HonarmandiReferences: Bowden and Tabor, "The Friction and Lubrication of Solids," Oxford. Fuller, "Theory and Practice of Lubrication for Engineers," 2nd ed., Wiley. Shigley, "Mechanical Design," McGraw-Hill. Rabinowicz, "Friction and Wear of Materials," Wiley. Ling, Klaus, and Fein, "Boundary Lubrication—An Appraisal of World Literature," ASME, 1969. Dowson, "History of Tribology," Longman, 1979. Petersen and Winer, "Wear Control Handbook," ASME, 1980. M. M. Khonsari and E. R. Booser, "Applied Tribology," Wiley, 2001.Friction is the resistance that is encountered when two solid surfaces slide or tend to slide relative to each other. The relative motion could be the motion of…
Citation
Ali M. Sadegh, Ph.D.; William M. Worek, Ph.D.: Marks' Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers, 12th Edition. FRICTION, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2018), AccessEngineering Export