A result of friction is heat. Anytime friction occurs between two pieces of matter, some sort of heat is cretated. Rub your hands together with force, and you will notice that they become warm. This is because the kinetic energy of the moving mass is not lost when the object slows down due to friction. Instead, it is converted to heat.
Another result can be the creation of a charge of static electricity. For example rubbing a glass rod with a silk cloth will do this.
Increased friction can cause the need for more force to operate a mechanism or increased braking power or increased heat generated by movement.
I think heat
its none other than heat and acceleration
Yes, friction exists whenever two objects touch. Friction is caused by two effects: direct contact of mechanical surface irregularities and the electromagnetic force. It has nothing at all to do with the gravitational force, the strong force, or the weak force.
No, because force is too weak to overcome friction.
As a result of friction, kinetic energy is commonly lost; the result is heat energy.
I think heat
The result is friction.
my guess is kinetic energy
Friction converts kinetic energy into heat. The result is that the moving body slows down.
i believe it can result in head loss
Heat. usually as the result of friction on the road,
as a result of Rheumatoid arthritis some of my joints have lost a lot of their cartilage. the result is extra friction which deforms the joints in the bone and causes some serious pain.