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It maximizes it, by reducing the internal losses to friction.

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Reduction of losses, such as those due to friction, makes a machine more efficient.

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Entropy. There are always losses - usually by friction.

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Generally, friction losses redcuce efficiency.

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By reducin friction between the machine parts and also by avoiding any sorts of power losses.

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Machine without any friction is an ideal machine so an ideal machine cannot have friction.

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There are always energy losses within the machine due to inertia, friction, etc.

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Reduce losses from friction so forth in transmission of power. Ensure fuel utilized to the fullest.

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No. Work out is always less than work in due to friction and other losses..

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Friction makes a machine less efficient by wasting energy.

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TNSTAFL There's no such thing as a free lunch. There are ALWAYS losses in any machine (friction being the most common) There is a joke exception - the electric heater ... since the losses are the desired result.

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An efficiency factor of 1 (or 100% efficiency) is not possible due to losses that cannot be reduced to zero. These losses take the form of friction, heat loss etc.

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There are MANY sources of Friction within the machine that we call a CAR. All of the moving parts experience frictional losses that result in Heat Generation, which results in Power losses. Even the tires Heat up due to rolling friction. So, when the engine's power is reduced below the level required to overcome all those friction losses, the CAR slows down.

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Friction makes machine work slower which take a longer time to perform a task. so if there is too much friction in the machine then the machine won't be good.

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There are always losses in the system . Friction causing heat. Vibration taking away energy . There are no prefect systems therefore there will always be losses.

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IDEAL MECHANICAL ADVANTAGE is the mechanical advantage of a machine without friction.

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(Output work) + (friction losses) = (input work) on any type of machine.

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If there is more friction with a machine, efficiency is less.

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As there are many types of losses in a machine & these losses reduces the efficiency of that machine, hence ideal machine can never be there. For an ideal machine, its efficiency should be 100% i.e. Output of the machine= Input of the machine. But in practice, due to various losses & temperature effects, our output is always less than the input. For non ideal machine, input= output + losses.

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stray losses,armature copper losses,iron losses(Hysteresis and eddy current losses),mechanical losses(friction and windage losses)

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Losses of energy within the machine- some of the energy is used up by friction, and converted to heat. There is also the matter of efficency of a machine. The less efficent, the more power you must put in to get the same output.

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Iron losses,mechanical losses and shunt field losses

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The "ideal mechanical advantage" makes some simplifying assumptions, mainly that there are no losses, for example, due to friction. If there ARE losses, this will reduce the real mechanical advantage.


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