Some articles on friction, friction forces, forces, friction force:
... An engine has many moving parts that produce friction ... Some of these friction forces remain constant (as long as applied load is constant) some of these friction losses increase as engine speed increases, such as piston side forces and connecting bearing ... A few friction forces decrease at higher speed, such as the friction force on the cam's lobes used to operate the inlet and outlet valves (the valves' inertia at high speed tends to pull the cam follower away from ...
... from structural engineering, is a type of bolted structural steel connection which relies on friction between the two connected elements rather than bolt shear or bolt ... slip-critical connection, loads are transferred from one element to another through friction forces developed between the faying surfaces of the connection ... These friction forces are generated by the extreme tightness of the structural bolts holding the connection together ...
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