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Discussion Forum : Engineering Mechanics - Section 1 (Q.No. 2)
2.
The friction experienced by a body, when in motion, is known as
rolling friction
dynamic friction
limiting friction
static friction
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Avinash Kumar said:   11 months ago
The friction experienced by a body in motion is known as dynamic friction. The body enters into motion when the force acting on it is greater than the limiting friction.

Dynamic friction is the type of friction that now exists between the contact surfaces. The limiting static friction is always less than the dynamic friction.
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SACHIN said:   1 year ago
Why not it should be a rolling friction?

Please explain me.
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Manish said:   1 year ago
When the body is in motion the friction is called dynamic friction and when the body is in rest the friction is called static friction.
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Litt said:   3 years ago
Thanks all.
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Khadeer said:   3 years ago
The motion of the body from one place to another is called dynamic motion.
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Akash yadav said:   4 years ago
When body is in motion then always act dynamic friction opposite direction to the motion.
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Venkatesh said:   4 years ago
Dynamic refers motion.
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Manu said:   4 years ago
Kinetic friction is the opposing force that comes into play when one body is actually moving over the surface of another body.
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Prakash said:   5 years ago
Dynamic implies motion.
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Swar said:   5 years ago
Thanks @Sriram.


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