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The Friction Oscillator

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Published on Aug 29, 2012

Normally, friction in an oscillator is a damping mechanism that removes energy and causes the amplitude to decay. For this oscillator, a net kinetic friction force is responsible for the "elastic" restoring force that returns the displaced system to equilibrium and allows it to oscillate.

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