Static friction is where the roller coaster touches the tracks.
It holds the coaster down. Less friction makes it go faster.
gravity & friction.
It affects it speed and aerodynamics
thermal energy is heat, heat has to do with the motion of the roller coaster because of friction.
gravity & friction.
Gravity and Friction
Friction, slows the roller coaster down to a slow enough pace that it eventually stops.
acceleration centrifugal friction
Friction, electromagnetic, and gravitational.
a roller coaster that's made from wood of course duhhhhhhh..... sike naw im just kidding a wooden roller coaster conducts more heat than a steel roller coaster because it has more rough edges and that creates more friction and that makes heat. o a wooden roller coaster conductes more heat than a steel roller coaster does.
Wind resistance against the direction which the roller coaster is travelling, friction between the wheels and the surface upon which it is rolling and friction between the brakes and the wheels (if applicable) would all contribute to slow the roller coaster down.
The roller coaster track IS the roller coaster! With out the track there would be no roller coaster! The roller coaster train runs on the track!
Energy can never really be conserved in a roller coaster due to the fact that there is friction wherever you go on the track and this can't really be prevented. Friction causes some of the kinetic and potential energy to be lost so the energy can't be "saved" somewhere. The only way really possible to conserve energy in a roller coaster is to have a complete vaccum where in theory there would be no friction causing energy to be lost and the roller coaster could carry on forever.
the two forces are friction and gravity
Kinetic or centrifugal, depening what phase you are on.
friction is used throughout the whole entire roller coaster. it helps it slow down and keep a steady pace.
It provides undesired slowing of the coaster on its path but it is essential for the brakes to stop it at the station.
Thermal energy is heat. Heat is associated with motion (like a roller coaster) because of friction. Friction slows down the speed of an object and changes some of its kinetic energy into heat.