# Work of Frictional Force Calculator

The Work of Frictional Force Calculator is provided in support of our Physics Tutorials on Work, Energy and Motion which explores Motion, the different types of energy, kinetic energy, gravitational potential energy, elastic potential energy. power and efficiency with practical working examples and formula. A list of the supporting Work and Energy Physics Tutorials is available at the bottom of this page. This calculator will calculate:

1. Frictional force between a moving object and the ground
2. Work done by this frictional force against motion
 🖹 Normal View🗖 Full Page View Calculator Precision (Decimal Places)0123456789101112131415 Mass of the Object (m) kg Friction Coefficient (μ) Moving Distance (Δx) m Angle to the Horizontal Direction (θ) ° Gravitational Field Strength (g) m/s2
 Frictional Force (h) N Work of Frictional Force (Wf) J

Note: In horizontal motion, θ = 00, so cos θ = cos 00 = 1. This is the reason why the angle θ does not appear in most cases when discussing friction.

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## Frictional Force Formula and Calculation

f = μ × m × g × cos θ
f = × × ×
f = N (Newton)

## Work of Frictional Force Formula and Calculation

Wf = μ × m × g × cos θ × ∆x
Wf = × × × ×
Wf = J (Joule)

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