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frictional

pertaining to or emanating from friction.

frictional acanthosis
see acanthosis nigricans.
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Yet these coatings have not been mainstreamed into practice, in part because of the unknown frictional resistance they provide for slip resistance within high-strength bolted connections.
With a slight overlapping for these two product segments, end-use application areas of aramid fibers analyzed include for Para-Aramid Fibers - Safety & Protection, Frictional Materials, Optical Fiber Cables, Tire Reinforcements, Rubber Reinforcements and other applications; and Meta-Aramid Fibers - Electrical Insulation, Safety & Protection, Filtration, Rubber Reinforcements and other applications.
This normalization allows for direct assessment of relative frictional effect on scratch depth.
Another tool that can be used to analyze the state of the current market is to compare the current market vacancy rate to the frictional vacancy rate.
In a typical laboratory experiment to measure the frictional coefficient of ice, cylinders of ice are rotated against one another and their resistance to rotation is measured.
Our environment features two key imperfections: (1) contracting constraints that place limits on the complexity of state-contingent payments in risk-transfer contracts and (2) frictional costs associated with holding risk-bearing assets.
In particular, they propose using it to determine correct loadings on fair premiums in cases where there are frictional costs of holding equity capital.
Synthetic oil produces lower values of boundary lubrication frictional coefficients in relation to mineral oil.
Here, we used the same measurement method based on JIS that was modified slightly for cables, and measured the frictional force at a pulling speed of 100 mm/min and a load of 2.
The scientists suspect that changes in air pressure alter the frictional forces that hold the landslide in place.
International contributors to six chapters present research trends and industrial and medical applications relating to reactions between transition metals and carbides, hydraulic seals, models of frictional heating, wear testing models, corrosion in joint replacements, nanotribology, and polyimides.