Friction Resources

by Ron Kurtus (revised 23 November 2016)

The following material consists of website and book resources on friction.

Books

Use these resources to help your understanding of the material.

Basics

Friction Concepts - HyperPhysics

RoyMech (UK) - Friction Factors

Friction - Wikipedia

Types of Friction - CK12.org

Sliding friction

Normal Force - Wikipedia

Tribology - Wikipedia

Tribometer - device to measure friction and wear

Automobile brake

Coefficient of friction

Friction and Friction Coefficents - Engineering Toolbox

Coefficients of Friction - PhysLink.com

The Coefficient of Kinetic Friction - Experiment - Pellissippi State Community College

Coefficient of Friction Equation and Table Chart - Engineers Edge

Rolling friction

Rolling friction and rolling resistance - includes coefficients - Engineering Toolbox

Rolling Friction - simple explanation - Davidson College

Rolling Resistance - mathematical approach - MathWorks

Tire-Road Interaction - equations - MathWorks

Rolling Resistance Equations - derivations - Real World Physics Problems

How Tires Work - How Stuff Works

Rolling Resistance - Wikipedia

Rolling Bearing - Wikipedia

Ball Bearing - Wikipedia

Fluid friction

Fluid Friction concepts - HyperPhysics

Fluid Friction - Viscosity - Wikipedia

Lubrication - Wikipedia

Lubrication - Engineer's Edge

Skin Friction - Parasitic Drag - Wikipedia

Internal Friction - Plasticity - Wikipedia

Books

Friction Science and Technology by Peter J. Blau; Marcel Dekker Pub. (2008)

Friction and Lubrication in Mechanical Design by Ali Seireg; Marcel Dekker Pub. (1998)

Friction and Wear of Materials by Ernest Rabinowicz (1995)

Physics of Sliding Friction (NATO Science Series E:) by B.N. Persson, E. Tosatti; Springer Pub. (1996) \$358.00

Control of Machines with Friction (The International Series in Engineering and Computer Science) by Brian Armstrong-Hélouvry; Springer Pub. (1991) \$179.00

Tribology: Friction and Wear of Engineering Materials by I. M. Hutchings; CRC Press (1992) \$68.88

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