WEDGE FRICTION, Applied Statistics

Ask question #MinimumA wedge is small piece of material having two of their opposite faces not parallel. To lift block of weight W, it is pushed by horizontal force P which lifts the block by imparting reaction on the block in direction 1r to meeting surface that is always greater than total downward force applied by block W This will cause resultant force acting in upward direction on block and moves up.

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