rolling friction


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rolling friction

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(Mechanical Engineering) engineering frictional resistance to rotation or energy losses in rolling bearings. Compare sliding friction
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Depending on the type of movement, there is sliding or rolling friction, differentiating between the state of motion--static or dynamic.
Outfitted with a proprietary, overlapping slat belt with low rolling friction operation (no sliding movements or wear strips), the belt's load carrying capacity is up to 75 pounds per linear foot.
To enable low rolling friction, the system is equipped with a proprietary, overlapping slat belt that operates without sliding movements or wear strips.
In contrast, S-SBR is needed to manufacture tires with high abrasion resistance and low rolling friction.
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The long-term impact of sliding and rolling friction between the conical rotors in the water-injected compressor needs to be studied more, since water is a much weaker lubricant compared with machine oil.
The sliding friction between swash plate and the slipper is replaced by a rolling friction between ball and circumferential runway groove [5].
As it can be seen in Figure 1, when the sliding velocity is zero, there is no sliding friction, and only rolling friction (though very small) exists.
Solid particle and liquid droplet erosion and sliding and rolling friction are covered next, addressing similar issues.
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Synthetic grease has less rolling friction than the petroleum-based grease you'll see next to it on store shelves.