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Author: lakhtin
Time: 08/02/04 04:16 PST
This is a reply to message no. 13482 by lmwrnd
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Relationship between hardness and co-eff of friction
Sir,
Iam really surprised to see your question, Is there really any relation betwen hardness (resistance to penetration) and cofficient of friction (which depends on the ouer surface). Yes, we can say that if the steel is surface hardened then ofcourse its wear and tear would be less but does that mean that its cofficient of friction would be less???

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lakhtin...
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