Friction is the interaction of (relatively) opposed matter and orbital electron energy caused to displace or vibrate thereby transferring sound (or noise) energy through the matter structure due to kinetic energy being displaced in interacting atomic structures. When friction is aplied, the energy between the object increases. It can create thermal energy(heat). Depending on the objects with friction applied, the types of energy created can differ.
sort of but it really only slows energy down
it moves by friction
Yes. Friction converts kinetic energy into other forms of energy, including heat energy. As the surface(s) rub together, a small thermal energy will be created.
its affects it by when friction and the energy coversion for a example thermal energy and friction goes against each other then it creates friction that what affects energy conversions.
Energy will be lost, mainly through friction.Energy will be lost, mainly through friction.Energy will be lost, mainly through friction.Energy will be lost, mainly through friction.
Friction converts kinetc energy into heat energy.
Friction produces thermal energy.
Friction converts to thermal Energy.
No, energy transfer is not the same as friction.
You want high friction so that the energy lost to friction is converted to heat energy. The greater the friction, the greater the amount of energy coverted to heat (or sparks). So low friction means you will have to rub your two pieces of wood (or whatever you're using) together for much longer. Good luck!
Thermal energyFriction transforms mechanical energy into heat.
Friction transforms some mechanical energy into heat energy,
you are changing the kinetic energy from your muscles into heat energy by the property of friction
thermal energy there is no friction so there is no heat made
Friction can produce energy in the form of heat
because kinetic energy creates friction which will make the tempeture rise
Friction Is the Force that makes it harder for two things to move against one another. 1) When I rub my hands I make friction. 2) When friction is used , energy is produced.
Friction is good because it provides traction. Friction is necessary for people to stand, or for vehicles to accelerate or break. Friction can also be used to convert kinetic energy to heat or electrical energy. Friction can be bad because kinetic energy is can be lost to friction.
Friction is NOT energy. Friction is a FORCE (rather than a form of energy). It can be used in the formula: W = F·d where "W" stands for work (which IS energy), F stands for force (like friction), and "d" stands for distance over which the force is exerted. Typically when friction is present some kind of energy of motion such as mechanical energy or kinetic energy or potential energy is being transformed into heat.
Friction is the energy loss, vehicle motion is a form of kinetic energy and friction transform the kinetic energy to heat. With lesser kinetic energy, the vehicle slow down.
Friction converts movement into unusable energy.
Most of the energy wasted through friction is converted to heat.
Most of the kinetic energy will have turned into potential energy - all of it, if there is no friction.Most of the kinetic energy will have turned into potential energy - all of it, if there is no friction.Most of the kinetic energy will have turned into potential energy - all of it, if there is no friction.Most of the kinetic energy will have turned into potential energy - all of it, if there is no friction.