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Author: samingale
Time: 10/19/04 02:02 PST
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Why loosening torque is lesser than the tightening torque for bolts/screws
Can anybody give me proof for : Opening or loosening torque of screw/bold is always less than the tightening torque. Why this is so? What is the theory behind it?  I want mathematical proof.

Thanks for answer in advance.
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