In the static frictional force you will get an equation:
F max =µS N
F max is the maximum static frictional force.
µS is the static frictional coefficient.
In the kinetic frictional force you will get an equation:
Fk= µk N
Here µkis coefficient of kinetic frictional force.
Fk is standing for kinetic frictional force.
Fmax ˃ Fk
µS > µK
Consider this figure for those equations above:
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- Introduction to statics
- Introduction to vector algebra
- Two dimensional force systems
- Introduction concept of equilibrium of rigid body
- Friction introduction
- Coefficient of friction
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