Friction force works against the motion of the object. In other words friction force
has the opponent direction of the velocity of the object.
Friction always acts opposite to the direction of motion.
It opposes the direction of the motion. That's why an object slows down when it is moving and the kinetic energy turns into thermal energy because of the friction
Kinetic friction is the friction that applies when an object is moving; static friction is the friction that applies when the object is not moving. Static friction must always be greater than, or equal to, kinetic friction.
No. Kinetic energy is directly related to an object mass and velocity. Potential energy is related to an objects height and mass.
Kinetic energy is the energy of movement. It is related to an object's mass, and to its speed.
Friction always acts in a direction opposite to the direction of motion. When to push or pull an object, friction manifests in a direction opposite to motion and the frictional force is dependent on the characteristics of the surfaces. When the push or pull force is slowly increased, at a certain point the frictional force is overcome and the object starts moving.
No. Kinetic energy is related to an object's movement. The formula is: KE = 0.5mv2.
because kinetic energy creates friction which will make the tempeture rise
Yes, friction is proportional to the objects weight. If you double the weight you double the force of friction. The equation is F(friction)=μF(weight), μ is a constant. To learn about friction the best place to go is Wikipedia.org, "The World's Encyclopedia" Go to the Related Link below.
Kinetic energy. That's energy related to the movement of objects, the "energy of movement".
Kinetic energy- capable of movement. Inertia, when moving, and friction-brakes when slowing down.
In cheerleading, many stunts involve kinetic friction. For example, take the basket toss. When I flier falls back into their basket, their is a kinetic friction between her and the arms catching her. This, along with the distribution of their downward force through the catchers, helps slow the flier to a stop. Another example is in coed partner stunts. When the base tosses his flier, there must be kinetic friction between the the two (on hands, wrists and waist) especially during the flick.
Acceleration is change in velocity so the direction should be the same
Friction creates heat when an object rubs against another very quickly. So, if the kinetic energy is higher, then there is a more higher chance of heat production.
Work = Force x Distance Friction is a force usually operating in the opposite direction to the force being applied. Thus friction adds to the size of the force applied and work is increased.
Gravity is the rate of acceleration at which objects fall to the ground. As an object falls, it pushes air out of its way. Air is pushed upwards in the same direction and with the same amount of force known as its air resistance.Air resistance is relevant to friction because it shows the impact of the object falling on the ground. If there was no friction the object would just drop in an instant.
At greatest potential energy an object has no kinetic energy. An objects energy is preserved, so as an object drops it will lose the same amount of potential energy as it gains in kinetic energy.
Fluid friction is the type that exists for a shark swimming in the ocean. It's related to drag force, which affects objects moving through water.
Kinetic energy is energy related to movement. Potential energy is energy related to position.Kinetic energy is energy related to movement. Potential energy is energy related to position.Kinetic energy is energy related to movement. Potential energy is energy related to position.Kinetic energy is energy related to movement. Potential energy is energy related to position.
Height isn't related to kinetic energy (it may be related to potential energy). Kinetic energy is related to mass and velocity.
The resistance to a change in velocity is called "inertia". It is related to the mass of an object.
Vibrations are a form of kinetic energy, however the rate at which an object is vibrating is usually related to it's temperature.
Kinetic energy EK = 0.5mv2 m is the mass of the object in kg v is the velocity of the object in ms-1 EK is the kinetic energy in kgms-1, usually known as Joules, J.
Kinetic energy is the energy associated with motion.