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Cornflakes_91 wrote:Today i learned: if you have no clue about the coefficient of friction is 0.25 a good guess
Hmm...yeah, seems about right. Depends on the two materials, the contact surface, the movement the surface quality and if lubrication is used or not. But 0.25 is a good guess to make some rough estimates. ^^
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JanB1 wrote:
Cornflakes_91 wrote:Today i learned: if you have no clue about the coefficient of friction is 0.25 a good guess
Hmm...yeah, seems about right. Depends on the two materials, the contact surface, the movement the surface quality and if lubrication is used or not. But 0.25 is a good guess to make some rough estimates. ^^
Of course the actual answer is "it depends", but when the university prof who lecures tribology says that 0.25 is a good guess then i'll believe him xD

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