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When you stand with bare feet in a wet bathtub, the grip

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Problem 14DQ

When you stand with bare feet in a wet bathtub, the grip feels fairly secure, and yet a catastrophic slip is quite possible. Explain this in terms of the two coefficients of friction.

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Solution 14DQ When you stand with the bare foot in a wet bathtub,the grip feels fairly secure and yet a catastrophic slip is quite possible.because of the low viscosity of water there would be a fall of big mass on wet film. This in terms of two coefficient is f = NF and f = N . s,max s k k

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