Friction occurs in all solid bodies that are in mutual contact and that are moved against each other. The cause of the occurring forces is, among other things, the surface roughness which causes the surfaces to interlock.
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Fundamentals of mechanical friction
Stationary friction body, uniformly moving friction plate
Force gauge with adjustable air damper to determine friction forces; slip/stick effect
Friction on the inclined plane
Experiments to understand the fundamentals of mechanical friction on an inclined plane
Belt drive and belt friction
Influence of the angle of contact, coefficient of friction and belt force (Eytelwein’s belt friction formula)
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