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11046464 No.11046464 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Where does the friction energy go?

Doesn't friction fuck up conservation of energy entirely?

>> No.11046468

>>11046464
Heat? Yes?

>> No.11046474

>>11046464
>Where does the friction energy go?
It turns into heat.
>Doesn't friction fuck up conservation of energy entirely?
No.

>> No.11046486

>>11046464
energy is conserved in a closed system. accounting for friction, the two blocks do not form a closed system. If however they are contained in an insulated box, this whole system will be approximately closed and the temperature increase from the heat of friction will last.

>> No.11046488

>>11046464
>when marbles collide, where does the energy go
solids are tightly packed small marbles

>> No.11046516

>>11046464
Rub your hands together really fast. That burning sensation and the heat in your skin? That's where the friction energy went.

>> No.11046545

Heat is what moves the electrons around ;)

>> No.11046551

you're asking the wrong question. the question is more properly "what is the physical mechanism of friction"

>> No.11046559

Also sound energy is a thing.

>> No.11046573

>>11046545
My hand moves electrons around when I slap people.

>> No.11046665

>>11046573
Shut up your gay

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