Coulomb friction

Coulomb friction
sausoji trintis statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. Coulomb friction; dry friction; solid friction; unlubricated friction vok. Coulombsche Reibung, f; Ruhereibung, f; Trockenreibung, f rus. сухое трение, n pranc. frottement à sec, m; frottement solide, m

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