Static friction, Mechanical Engineering

Static Friction: When applied force is less than limiting friction, body remains at rest and this type of frictional force is called as static friction and this law is called as law of static friction.

It is the friction experienced by body, when it is at rest. Or when body tends to move.

 

 

 

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