Friction is desirable, Mechanical Engineering

Friction is Desirable:

A friction is much desirable to stop the body from its moving condition. If there is no friction between contact surfaces, then the body cannot be stopped without the application of external force. At the same time a person cannot walk on the ground if there is no friction between ground and our legs also no vehicle can run on ground without help of friction.

 

 

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