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Sigma KEE - WearingFrictionSurface
WearingFrictionSurface

appearance as argument number 1
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(documentation WearingFrictionSurface EnglishLanguage "A device designed to cause friction and exhibit a particular process of wear. This includes items such as brake pads and match striking surfaces on a matchbox.") Cars.kif 584-586
(subclass WearingFrictionSurface Device) Cars.kif 582-582

appearance as argument number 2
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(subclass BrakePad WearingFrictionSurface) Cars.kif 658-658
(subclass BrakeShoe WearingFrictionSurface) Cars.kif 596-596
(termFormat EnglishLanguage WearingFrictionSurface "wearing friction surface") Cars.kif 583-583

antecedent
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(=>
    (instance ?S WearingFrictionSurface)
    (hasPurpose ?S
        (exists (?F)
            (and
                (instance ?F Friction)
                (resource ?F ?S)))))
Cars.kif 588-594

consequent
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(=>
    (and
        (instance ?BP BrakePedal)
        (instance ?P Pushing)
        (instance ?V Vehicle)
        (destination ?P ?BP)
        (eventLocated ?P ?V)
        (part ?BP ?V))
    (hasPurpose ?BP
        (exists (?FS ?F)
            (and
                (instance ?FS WearingFrictionSurface)
                (instance ?F Friction)
                (instrument ?F ?FS)
                (causes ?P ?F)))))
Cars.kif 693-707
(=>
    (instance ?BC BrakeCaliper)
    (hasPurpose ?BC
        (exists (?P ?W)
            (and
                (instance ?P Pushing)
                (instrument ?P ?BC)
                (patient ?P ?W)
                (instance ?W WearingFrictionSurface)))))
Cars.kif 1557-1565


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