Frictional Vibrations

Frictional Vibrations

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Frictional Vibrations

Friction is the resistance of a body against movement on a base. Static friction means that a body remains at rest under the action of a force. If a limit value is exceeded, the body begins to move on the base, resulting in dynamic friction. Self-excited friction oscillations, also known as slip–stick phenomenon, occur if the static friction is significantly higher than the dynamic friction.

Learning Objectives And Experiments

  1. Together with the drive unit
  2. Observation of the transition from static to dynamic friction
  3. Influence of lubrication on slip–stick phenomenon
  4. Influence of the force between the friction partners on the slip–stick phenomenon
  5. Influence of the relative velocity of the friction partners on the slip–stick phenomenon

Features

  1. Slip Stick phenomenon at the transition from static to dynamic friction
  2. Friction rings of different materials for the study of different friction pairings

 


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