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1. Does the area of contact affect the coefficient of friction? Defend tour

answer.

in general definition, is a dimensionless scalar value which describes the ratio of

friction between two bodies and force pressing them together. The coefficient of

friction depends on the materials used; for example, ice on steel has a low

coefficient of friction, while rubber on pavement has a high coefficient of friction). In

this definition, I could say that coefficient of friction ( ) is independent on area of

contact. Whether the surface is narrow or wide, the coefficient of friction will be the

same; however, variation of materials used will determine the changes on the value

of the friction coefficient.

procedure of the experiment?

because, in general definition, where a body moves a constant speed or motion,

kinetic friction is essentially constant. One can determine coefficient of friction

between contact surfaces on one body which moves on uniform motion.

PROBLEMS

coefficients of static and kinetic frictions are 0.56 and 0.37 respectively,

what horizontal pushing force is required to (a) start the package’s

motion? (b) slide the package across the floor at constant velocity?

2. The coefficient of friction between the sole of a shoe and a tile span

roof is 0.36. What minimum slope of the roof can start slipping?

inclined 40º upward with respect to the vertical axis. Determine the

maximum force which can start the motion of the block.

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