The Friction Solution Industry: Traditional Problem in Research and Business Directives


  • Shweta Suresh Salunke Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal University Dist:-Udpi, Karnataka State,


Friction solution Industry, Check and Research


The friction solution industry provides an abundant research domain for scholars in marketing and other disciplines. Therefore it has a very good financial importance and is appealing to researchers because it offers both rich data that cover the entire product lifecycle for a large number of new products and because it provides many unsolved 'puzzles'. In spite of the the amount of scholarly research in this area is rapidly growing, it is important to adopt same practice in other industries. This research elucidate the critical practical issues in  friction solution industry, check existing knowledge  issues, and outline promising research directions. Research is  focusing  on manufacturing and marketing.


Author Biography

Shweta Suresh Salunke, Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal University Dist:-Udpi, Karnataka State,

Vice President Engineering & development


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How to Cite

Salunke, S. S. (2013). The Friction Solution Industry: Traditional Problem in Research and Business Directives. Asian Journal of Business and Management, 1(4). Retrieved from