[ UK /fɹˈɪkʃənə‍l/ ]
  1. pertaining to or worked or produced by friction
    frictional electricity
    frictional heat
    frictional gearing
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How To Use frictional In A Sentence

  • The frictional force between a particle and fluid counterbalances the weight of the particle.
  • It would be nice for the students to discover the actual factors and how they effect frictional forces.
  • But these two categories of 'frictional' unemployment and 'voluntary' unemployment are comprehensive. The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money
  • This is a result of a decrease in frictional drag due to removal of body hair.
  • British electricity is that high-grade useless long-sparking stuff you get by turning round a glass machine; stuff we used to call frictional electricity. Mr. Britling Sees It Through
  • Thus, this paper provides a theoretical basis in the improvement of structure design of friction plates, and in the increasing of the ability of the frictional electromagnetic clutch.
  • The standard frictional force law makes sense only if the two surfaces are identical crystals, fitting together at the atomic level like a pair of gears.
  • Many systems, located on different parts of the body, involve surfaces with particular frictional properties.
  • Viswanathan has analyzed the frictional interaction between fiber fringes.
  • In fact, the figure encompasses millions who are between jobs (the "frictionally" uninsured), others who are eligible for government health programs but are not enrolled, those who could reasonably afford health insurance but go without, and illegal immigrants.
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