stiction
noun Etymology: static + friction Date: 1946 the force required to cause one body in contact with another to begin to move

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  • Stiction — is an informal portmanteau of the term static friction ( μ s), perhaps also influenced by the verb stick .Two solid objects pressing against each other (but not sliding) will require some threshold of force parallel to the surface of contact in… …   Wikipedia

  • stiction —  Stiction  «Прилипание»   Сцепление (адгезия) между двумя соприкасающимися телами, например между магнитной головкой и поверхностью диска, приводящая к отказам накопителя. Снижает надёжность считывания данных и приводит к отказам накопителя.… …   Толковый англо-русский словарь по нанотехнологии. - М.

  • stiction — A force between two bodies that builds up with time and resists relative motion, then releases abruptly with momentum. The packing exhibits stiction during valve stroke …   Dictionary of american slang

  • stiction — A force between two bodies that builds up with time and resists relative motion, then releases abruptly with momentum. The packing exhibits stiction during valve stroke …   Dictionary of american slang

  • stiction — noun The static friction that prevents relative motion of objects in contact …   Wiktionary

  • Stiction — Static Friction Problem bei Festplattenlaufwerken, bei der der Schreib /Lesekopf auf der Plattenoberfläche durch statische Aufladung kleben bleibt und durch den Motor nicht mehr bewegt werden kann …   Acronyms

  • Stiction — Static Friction Problem bei Festplattenlaufwerken, bei der der Schreib /Lesekopf auf der Plattenoberfläche durch statische Aufladung kleben bleibt und durch den Motor nicht mehr bewegt werden kann …   Acronyms von A bis Z

  • stiction — [ stɪkʃ(ə)n] noun Physics the friction which tends to prevent stationary surfaces from being set in motion …   English new terms dictionary

  • stiction — stic·tion …   English syllables

  • stiction — A shortened form of static friction; the frictional force which must be overcome to set one object in motion when it is in contact with another …   Dictionary of automotive terms

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