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Friction coefficient steel
Does anyone here know if there is an equation for the friction coefficient when the material is steel? For work, I have to research steel and its properties because we're testing possible materials we can use for our thermal analysers. As I'm doing my research, I've come across the friction coefficient. Of course I know what the friction coefficient is in general. But it seems to be most relevant in regards to steel. Even if you type in friction coefficient, they suggest you to search for 'friction coefficient steel' so if it's such an important material, I was hoping there would be more information regarding its equation. I have found some really useful infomation here: but unfortunately, there are no concrete numbers or anything... So let me know if you have any more information!
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