What is Friction and inertia: Definition and 12 Discussions

Friction welding (FRW) is a solid-state welding process that generates heat through mechanical friction between workpieces in relative motion to one another, with the addition of a lateral force called "upset" to plastically displace and fuse the materials. Because no melting occurs, friction welding is not a fusion welding process, but a solid-state welding technique more like forge welding. Friction welding is used with metals and thermoplastics in a wide variety of aviation and automotive applications.
ISO norm of friction welding is EN ISO 15620:2019 there is information about basic terms and definitions and table of weldability of metals and alloys.

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  1. S

    Distance travelled by a car considering only air friction?

    TL;DR Summary: Distance traveled by a car considering only air friction? How much distance would a 3-ton car travel if its initial speed was 17 km/h and we only take into account air's friction? (Assume that the car has an airfoil-like shape, so that the resistance against the air is very low)...
  2. Clockclocle

    I What friction causes objects to decelerate?

    When I exert enough force that overcome the static friction. The object start moving and surface create kinetic friction on object if I exert harder overcome the maximum of friction it start accelerate. When I release the object will the kinetic friction disappear immediately proportional to...
  3. sachin

    Direction of motion under the influence of friction

    My assumption says,as A moves to the right,there will be kinetic friction acting on it to the left and equal and opposite friction will act on B to the right,so it should move to the right keeping the center of mass go on moving with velocity mv/(m + M) to the right as there is no net external...
  4. Jojo-11

    Why does acceleration increase by less as angle of slope increases?

    My only guess is that this is due to air resistance. Below an example of the predicted graph:
  5. Anak Soleh

    Does friction torque in speeding up = speeding down?

    On speeding up: τload - τfriction = Iαup On speeding down: τfriction = Iαdown If i substitute τfriction from speeding down to speeding up equation, i get moment of inertia: I = (τload)/(αup+αdown) But, is this allowed? Does friction torque in speeding up is equal to friction torque in...
  6. N

    Rotating with slipping to rotating without slipping?

    It seems to me that this transition implies going from kinetic friction to static friction. The kinetic friction would apply a torque that would slow down the object's angular velocity, but I'm not sure how this connects to the object suddenly transitioning into rotating without slipping.
  7. EEristavi

    Object causing another object to move with zero friction

    Homework Statement This is the problem from the book "physics for scientists and engineers..." by Serway, Jewett / Chapter 5, problem 98 Initially, the system of objects shown in Figure P5.93 - is held motionless. The pulley and all surfaces and wheels are frictionless. Let the force F be...
  8. C

    I Trying to better understand what viscosity really is

    I'm trying to get a better handle on the actual physical phenomena underlying viscosity (for Newtonian fluids). Something I could word in the format of "this happens (and this and this), and so the fluid resists flow." What I've found online is that when gasses are at higher temperatures, they...
  9. navneet9431

    How could the block A move to the left corner?

    Homework Statement See question number 5. Homework Equations F=m*a W=F*s Uniform acceleration motion equations The Attempt at a Solution Actually,I am having some difficult understanding the problem. See the F.B.D of the system, see the friction is acting on the block in the forward...
  10. M

    I Can a bicycle be tipped over by only applying rear brake?

    Let's say I'm riding a bike at constant speed. Also assume that the person riding is rigid, no moving of the persons body, constant center of gravity. Assuming that there is sufficient friction between the tires and road. If I apply the front brakes, I will likely tip over. If I apply the...
  11. AilingLore21

    Negative Values of the Frictional Force?

    Homework Statement Ignore B & C for now The block in the figure reaches a velocity of 40 m/sec in 100 m, starting from rest. Compute the coefficient of kinetic friction between the block and the ground. W = 100N F = 40 N 2. Homework Equations ∑Fy = 0 so Normal Force = Weight ∑Fx =...
  12. D

    Projected Block and Conveyor Belt

    Homework Statement It is a Matching Type Problem(a single entry in a column can be matched with more than one in the other column):- A block is projected with an initial velocity ##v_{\text{Block}}## on a long conveyor belt moving with velocity ##v_{\text{Belt}}##(at that instant) having...