## What are two examples of frictional force?

Everyday Examples of Sliding Friction

- Rubbing both hands together to create heat.
- A sled sliding across snow or ice.
- Skis sliding against snow.
- A person sliding down a slide is an example of sliding friction.
- A coaster sliding against a table.
- A washing machine pushed along a floor.
- An iron being pushed across material.

## What would happen if there is no friction?

Friction stops things from sliding apart. If there was no friction everything would slide to the lowest point. It would be impossible to climb up anything. With no friction the only possible movement would be falling to a lower point under gravity.

**How do you find the force of static friction?**

The formula to calculate the static friction is given as: Static Friction = Normal Force x Static Friction coefficient. Static friction = 60 N.

**Can coefficient of restitution be greater than 1?**

It normally ranges from 0 to 1 where 1 would be a perfectly elastic collision. It can be more than 1 if there is an energy gain during the collision from a chemical reaction, a reduction in rotational energy, or another internal energy decrease that contributes to the post-collision velocity.

### What is the formula of coefficient of restitution?

v 2−v 1=−e(u 2−u 1). This formula is Newton’s law of restitution. The coefficient of restitution always satisfies 0≤e≤1. When e=0, the balls remain in contact after the collision.

### Can you have a COR greater than 1?

It can’t be greater than one because it is the ratio of the kinetic energy of the system before and after the collision.

**What does a coefficient of restitution greater than 1 mean?**

A coefficient of restitution greater than one would cause a bouncing ball to bounce higher with every bounce. When a ball bounces, each successive bounce is lower, and the lost kinetic energy is transformed into heat and dissipated.

**What is the SI unit of coefficient of restitution?**

coefficient of restitution has no unit, it is a dimensionless ratio. Explanation: Coefficient of restitution (COR) is the ratio of the relative velocity of an object after collision to the relative velocity of the object before collision. COR generally lies between 0 to 1 for most of the conditions.

## What does it mean when coefficient of restitution is less than 1?

Values of the coefficient of restitution If it’s on the higher side (i.e., close to 1), it suggests that very little kinetic energy is lost during the collision; on the other hand, if the value is low, it indicates that a large amount of kinetic energy is converted into heat or otherwise absorbed through deformation.

## What happens when coefficient of restitution is 0?

The coefficient of restitution (e) is an index that describes the relative elasticity of an impact and ranges between 0 to 1. An e equal to 1 reflects a perfectly elastic collision, whereas an e equal to 0 reflects a perfectly plastic (or inelastic) collision.

**Why is coefficient of restitution negative?**

The coefficient of restitution is a number with a value that lies in the range of 0 to 1. It can never be negative. If the formular is presented in that form, the denominator represents the relative “velocity” of approach and the numerator (excluding the negative sign) represents the relative “velocity” of separation.

**Is coefficient of restitution constant?**

1 Answer. The Law of Restitution is usually stated as a constant ratio e between relative velocities of separation and approach for a particular pair of colliding objects. The coefficient of restitution falls gradually with increasing velocity.