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# What is friction , what are the different types of friction?

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Friction is the force resisting the relative motion of solid surfaces, fluid layers, and material elements sliding against each other. There are several types of friction: 1. **Static Friction**: This type of friction occurs when two surfaces are at rest relative to each other. 2. **Kinetic Friction**:...
Friction is the force resisting the relative motion of solid surfaces, fluid layers, and material elements sliding against each other. There are several types of friction: 1. **Static Friction**: This type of friction occurs when two surfaces are at rest relative to each other. 2. **Kinetic Friction**: Kinetic friction arises between two objects that are sliding against each other. 3. **Rolling Friction**: This occurs when a round object rolls over a surface, like a ball rolling on the ground. 4. **Fluid Friction**: Fluid friction, also known as viscous drag, occurs between layers of fluid that are moving relative to each other, like air resistance or water resistance. These types of friction play essential roles in everyday life and in various fields of science and engineering. read less

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Friction is the force that opposes the relative motion between two surfaces in contact. Types of Friction Static Friction: Prevents surfaces from sliding past each other. Example: Pushing a heavy box that doesn’t move. Kinetic (Sliding) Friction: Opposes the motion of sliding surfaces. Example:...

Friction is the force that opposes the relative motion between two surfaces in contact.

Types of Friction

1. Static Friction:
• Prevents surfaces from sliding past each other.
• Example: Pushing a heavy box that doesn’t move.
2. Kinetic (Sliding) Friction:
• Opposes the motion of sliding surfaces.
• Example: Sliding a book across a table.
3. Rolling Friction:
• Opposes the motion of a rolling object.
• Example: A ball rolling on the ground.
4. Fluid Friction (Viscous Drag):
• Resists the motion of an object through a fluid.
• Example: An object moving through water or air,

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Friction is a kind of opposing force which comes into action to resist you when you put the applied force on a body. 3 types of friction are there-static friction,kinetic ND rolling friction are there

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Friction is the cause that occurs due to intermolecular forces of attraction in between the contact of the body contact...it always opposes the relative motion and also called tangential force! it's basically of 2 types: 1. Static friction & 2. Kinetic Friction

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Friction is a force that opposes the relative motion or tendency of such motion of two surfaces in contact types of friction Static friction-This type of friction occurs when there is no relative motion between the surfaces in contact. It prevents an object from starting to move when a force is applied...
• Friction is a force that opposes the relative motion or tendency of such motion of two surfaces in contact
• types of friction
• Static friction-This type of friction occurs when there is no relative motion between the surfaces in contact. It prevents an object from starting to move when a force is applied to it parallel to the surface.
• Sliding friction-Kinetic friction occurs between surfaces in motion relative to each other. Once an object overcomes static friction and starts moving, kinetic friction opposes its motion.
• Rolling friction-Rolling friction occurs when an object rolls over a surface. It's generally lower than sliding friction because rolling involves less contact area and deformation of the surfaces

Friction is the force that opposes the motion of a solid object over another. There are mainly four types of friction: static friction, sliding friction, rolling friction, and fluid friction

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Friction is the opposing force that comes into play when body is at rest or moving over the surface of another body Three types of friction static limiting kinetic

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Definition: Friction is defined as the resistance offered by the surfaces that are in contact when they move past each other. Types of Friction: There are four types of friction and they are classified as follows: 1) Static friction 2) Sliding friction 3) Rolling friction 4) Fluid friction All...

Definition:

Friction is defined as the resistance offered by the surfaces that are in contact when they move past each other.

Types of Friction:

There are four types of friction and they are classified as follows:

1) Static friction

2) Sliding friction

3) Rolling friction

4) Fluid friction

All four types of frictions are different from each other. For example, static friction is the friction that acts between the surfaces when they are at rest with respect to each other. In contrast, sliding friction is the resistance created between any two objects when sliding against each other.

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