1. Describe the nature of forces.
2. Explain how force is related to motion.
3. Identify friction as the force that opposes motion.
4. Name & describe the three types of frictional force.
1. Describe the force of friction on stationary and moving objects.
2. Be able to distinguish between the three different types of friction.
3. Identify the four main factors that contribute to friction.
is important to remember that a force is a push or a pull. Forces These aspects of force were described by
Newton in his second law of motion. But what else can force do? The
force of friction (which is always present on Earth) can keep an object
stationary or can slow it down once it is moving.
Forcescan give energy to an object and cause it to move, forces can stop the movement of an object, and forces can change the direction of an object.
These aspects of force were described by Newton in his second law of motion. But what else can force do? The force of friction (which is always present on Earth) can keep an object stationary or can slow it down once it is moving.
Friction is a force
that opposes motion. When two
objects are in contact, friction is acts in a direction opposite to the motion
of the object.
types of friction:
The type of friction created when 2 solid surfaces slide over each other.
Weight of the moving object
Types of surfaces
Texture of the two surfaces
Temporary bonding of the two surfaces
Friction created when an object rolls over a surface.
Opposes motion less than sliding friction.
Created when an object moves through a fluid.
Fluid can be gas or liquid
Opposes motion less than sliding
is how fluid friction used to reduce the opposing force of sliding and rolling