The faster the acceleration is, the less mass it is. Also physics concepts relates to mousetrap cars because in physics we learned that, in order for the mousetrap cars to move, it must have force acting upon it (ground) which pushes the car up. So both the force of the ground and the force of the mousetrap car must be equal in order for the vehicle to work go forward. Physics concepts relate to mousetrap cars because Newton’s laws are involved in these mousetrap cars. Newton’s first law states that, “everybody continues in its state of rest or uniform motion in a straight line unless it is compelled to change that state by forces impressed on it.” The mousetrap car relates to this because the mousetrap car does not move until the force of the mousetrap moves it.
It is the knob with numbers on it. If you push the clutch all the way down with your left foot while the car is not on you can still put the car in the different gears, the car just will not move. The shifter starts off in neutral but it is important to get familiar with what gear goes where, and where to move the stick. You can put the car in first gear by pushing the clutch down with your left foot, then grab the knob of the stick with your right hand, and wiggle it slightly side to side to ensure the car is in neutral. Then pull the stick all the way to the left and then push up.
Fiber cabling is growing very fast due to how much more efficient it is than copper cabling. Fiber, for one, has a greater bandwidth. Single mode cables offer the most bandwidth but you have the option of the single mode, 62.5 or 50 micron multimode cables. In addition to that, fiber can carry more information than the copper. Fiber can also carry over a longer distance with low attenuation.
These amusing rides attract all different types of people. Its trilling nature what makes rollercoasters the main attraction at most amusement parks. Most rollercoasters are known as big thriller rides, and are many fans’ favorites. People from near and far visit Six Flags for the sole purpose of getting a chance of riding these high flying attractions. Lines are usually very long for high intensity rides, but the anticipation that is created waiting in lines are a thrill itself.
This allows the driver to increase the down force on the rear wheels while turning to increase traction. Additionally the wing is used to increase drag during braking. The wing is stabilized in the lateral direction with a link arm utilizing spherical rod ends at each end. While cornering the link arm failed, causing a tire to blow out. Stress Analysis An important factor to determine is how much stress the stabilizing link needs to withstand.
This helps to stop accidents because it removes distractions from a p-plate driver so they can focus solely on driving. Another danger P-plate drivers face while on the roads is their driving speed. If a driver is going too fast, they are not able to stop fast enough or pay enough attention while driving, which can cause accidents. The current p-plate laws are effective in reducing accidents through a drivers speed by introducing laws which limit p-plate drivers to the speed of 90km/h, as well as not allowing p-plate drivers to drive turbo or supercharged engines or have modifications in their engines. These p-plate laws are affective in reducing accidents on the road, because they reduce p-plate drivers to a low speed as well as slow cars.
How will this information affect you as a driver now and in the future? (2-3 sentences) OR OPTION 2 If you did not have any ‘aha’ moments, answer the questions below in complete sentences using proper spelling and grammar: Describe three characteristics of ‘at risk’ drivers. 1.they are very aggressive while driving 2.they are impatient 3.they always react based on impulses Describe three characteristics of safe drivers. 1.obeys all traffic laws 2.wears their seat belt always 3.emotionally stable Describe three driver errors that could cause a collision. 1.over-confidence 2.switching lanes without turning on your signal 3.driving How will this information affect you as a driver now and in the future?
The kinetic energy of an object is determined by the mass and velocity at which the object is moving. When a coaster cart is dispensing down the first hill not all the potential energy is converted into kinetic energy, some is lost in other conversion processes. For example the friction given up by the moving parts of the cart give off heat. PE is also converted into some sound energy with the contact of the cart and the track in the process of reaching the top of the hill. The cart causes the supporting structure to flex, bend and vibrate and producing kinetic energy but not on the cart but on the track.
It was a wheel that was under the track and would keep the train coasters from going off track. This was a big step in Roller coaster designing and in Coaster History. Now designers can make steep drops and sharp turns and still have the coaster cars be going at exhilarating speeds. Miller’s “Miller under friction wheel” is still used in almost all roller coasters. He also had his share in making “scream machines”.