The coefficient of friction (COF), often symbolized by the Greek ... Rougher
surfaces tend to have higher effective values.
It is commonly thought that the static coefficients of friction are higher than the
dynamic or kinetic values. This is a very simplistic statement and quite misleading
Friction coefficients, table. ... Coefficient of friction for a range of material
combinations ... The coefficient of friction between two materials in relative sliding
Materials and Material Combinations, Coefficient of Friction. Clean, Lubricated.
Steel, 0.74, 0.16. Copper-lead alloy, 0.22, -. Phosphor-bronze, 0.35, -. Aluminum-
The Static and Kinetic coefficient of Friction values reference table of this article
will be helpful finding COF values of the metal, wood and other common ...
Coefficients of friction of various materials. ... Materials, Coeff. of Static Friction
Greek letter mu s, Coeff. of Kinetic Friction Greek letter mu k ...
engineering.nyu.edu/gk12/Information/Vault_of_Labs/Physics_Labs/static and kinetic friction.doc
Table 1[1, 2] has typical values of static and kinetic friction for different material
combinations. Note that the static coefficient of friction is higher than the kinetic ...
Friction is a resistive force that prevents two objects from sliding freely agaisnt
each other. The coefficient of friction (µ) is a number that is the ratio of the
Material 1, Material 2, Coefficient Of Friction. Dry, Greasy. Static, Sliding, Static,
Sliding. Aluminum, Aluminum, 1.4, 0.3. Aluminum, Mild Steel, 0.47.
Nov 2, 2005 ... Listing of the coefficient of sliding friction values for a variety of hard clean
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