friction coefficient

Hi all,

Have you pleasure to inform us about intervals friction coefficient for

steel - wood interface

and steel - FRP (Epoxy/Glass)

Thank you in advance

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The answer is: 42.

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what did you mean 42?

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I think he meant 54 base ten

Brian W

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Brian Whatcott

He was referring to "the answer to life the universe and everything". It was a joke, and probably means "why should I look this up on Google for you?"

Google will supply a number of hits that will give you the coefficients you seek. All you have to do is spell correctly.

Here is the search phrase: friction coefficient steel wood FRP

I get about 7000 hits, and the first page-full looks promising.

David A. Smith

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