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When surfaces in contact move relative to each other, the friction between the two surfaces converts kinetic energy into heat . This property can have dramatic consequences, as illustrated by the use of friction created by rubbing pieces of wood together to start a fire. Kinetic energy is | 2011/10/4 13:13:17

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seconds), and direct heat input at the weld interface, yields relatively small heat-affected zones. Friction welding techniques are generally melt-free, which avoids grain growth in engineered materials, such as high-strength heat-treated steels. Another advantage is that the motion tends | 2011/8/7 7:35:46

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An interesting phenomenon is the Triboluminescence observable in a dark room as the tape is pulled off the roll. [ edit ] References ^ United States Bureau of Naval Personnel, Bureau of Naval Personnel (1970). Basic Electricity: Rate Training Manual . Courier Dover Publications. ISBN | 2011/2/4 14:44:39

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Charlotte Yolanda Beck, or "Charlie" as she is affectionately known, was born in Racine, Wisconsin on September 1, 1968. She graduated high school and went to the University of Wisconsin–Madison part-time to study dance. On September 15, 1986, while she was a sophomore, Charlotte experienced | 2011/4/23 13:30:32

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take to eliminate these disruptions. Ball bearings are an example of an attempt to minimize the friction torque. [ edit ] Examples When a hobo applies the brake to his/her forward leg , the spirits tips forward due to the frictional torque between the leg and the ground . When a

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It was invented and experimentally proven by Wayne Thomas and a team of his colleagues at The Welding Institute UK in December 1991. TWI holds a number of patents on the process, the first being the most descriptive. [ 1 ] Contents 1 Principle of operation 2 Microstructural features

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complained of suffering from Gulf War syndrome [ citation needed ] . Contents 1 Operation Friction 2 The Gulf War 3 CF components 3.1 Joint headquarters 3.2 Naval operations 3.3 Air operations 3.4 Canadian Field Hospital 3.5 Air-transport operations [ edit ] | 2011/4/18 0:14:53

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In practice, the theoretical tension acting on the belt or rope calculated by the belt friction equation can be compared to the maximum tension the belt can support. This helps a designer of such a rig to know how many times the belt or rope must be wrapped around the pulley to prevent it | 2011/3/26 8:28:04

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A special road safety problem is Split friction or μ (mu) - split; when the friction significantly differs between the left and the right wheelpath. The road may then not be perceived as hazardous when accelerating, cruising or even braking softly. But in a case of hard (emergency-)braking | 2010/9/25 4:50:50

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A friction hitch is a kind of knot used to attach one rope to another in a way that is easily adjusted. These knots are commonly used in Single Rope Technique while climbing to ascend a hanging rope by alternately hanging on one friction hitch and sliding the other up. Friction hitches | 2010/9/25 21:43:51