Air friction (G (Air resistance: is a force acting opposite to the…
), cold air
, Cold air lowers And is heavier then hot air
, Fluid Friction is a friction that acts opposite the direction you are traveling.
, Hot air Rises wich makes it lighter then cold air
, Friction Arising the movement of an object through a medium or (less commonly) over a surface.
, Fluid [Friction])
, Surface friction
, Kieran and O'Shea
, Mass is a property of a physical body. It is the measure of an object's resistance to acceleration
, Air Friction. Air friction, or air drag, is an example of fluid friction. Unlike the standard model of surface friction, such friction forces are velocity dependent. The velocity dependence may be very complicated, and only special cases can be treated analytically.