The first one at angle of 30 degrees, the second one at 60 degrees and the third one at 45 degrees. If all of these cannons are launched at the same time it will be easy to witness that the first one to reach the ground is the cannon ball inside the first cannon. Why is that? It’s easy, smaller Vertical component (Vy) value, shorter is the time of the cannon ball in the air. The cannon ball launched at 60 degree is the one to land last.
Just because it is clean doesn’t mean that it is ready to run. Once you have cleaned everything it is time to take things apart by separating the two ends from the chassis. This will let you inspect the suspension and bulk heads more easily. You are mainly checking the shocks for pressure and the wheels and axial for binding and fluidity. It is important to make sure all the screws are tight, especially along the axil.
The materials needed for this experiment will be a ball, a meter long ramp, tape, a protractor, and stopwatch. For the first step you will set up the incline of the ramp at a 10° angle. Then you will mark, with tape, six points on the one meter ramp that are equidistant from one another. Next, using a stopwatch, you will roll the ball from each point three times each. After all the trials are completed for the six distances, find the average time it took the ball to reach the end from each point.
T – During a high angle multiple round fire mission the tube must be depressed to 800 mils between each round fired 9. T – The primer vent hole will be cleaned and lubricated between every fire mission 10. T – The M231 (MACS) propellant is bi-directional meaning it can be loaded from either direction 11. During a Hot Tube misfire, if the howitzer fails to fire after 2 additional attempts how far should personnel be evacuated? 800m or 50m with adequate cover 12.
A ball was diameter was taken of the ball (in cm). The projectile launcher had to be leveled by the inclinometer. Afterwards, using the projectile ball, and the ram rod, the projectile had to be shot onto the clip board with the carbon paper attached to it. The geometric center of the trials was taken; this height was the initial height of the projectile. The launcher had to be relocated to an appropriate distance that will let the projectile strike the lower portion of the target.
We will start at 0.1 meters and then increase the distance by 0.1 meters each successful measurement until we are no longer able to get acceptable measurements. As we were conducting the experiment, the farther the second light beam sensor was moved down the shaft the more vertical the shaft need to be in order for the ball to pass between both of the light sensors to achieve an accurate measurement. We were able to easily achieve an accurate measurement at a distance of 1.6 meters. The distances and the measurements were entered into a excel spreadsheet and plotted on a scatter chart. The time measurements were put on the X axis and the distance measurements were put on the Y axis.
Perform a flicking motion as if your hand is a small spring, bringing back the hand now is readying you for the forward thrusting motion. You should repeat this motion over and over until you are comfortable with this motion. Preferably 25 times. 2 It is simply to pair up and make 50 backhand and 50 sidearm throws to each other over 5-10m. (changing ends after 50 if windy)
The most important thing to get value from this drill is the way in which you do it!
Also string (about 75cm) was needed in this experiment which would help pull the cart with the help of the masses that were used. As well a stopwatch was required in order to keep track of the time of how fast the cart had traveled from point A to point B. Furthermore two paper clips were also needed in order to attach the cart and the masses to the string. Paper towels would be used to soften the fall as the masses were dropped. Also a pulley with a table mount is required to support the string.
Where I come from standard is the prefered name, so that is what I’ll be using. Preview: First I will tell you some technical information about what a standard is, second I’ll talk about shifting gears along with the clutch and how that works. Body: I.What is a standard transmission? A. A transmission transfers the power created by the engine to the wheels through a driveshaft and axle.
b) Use your function to determine the gas mileage if the car is driven at a speed of 50 mph. Answer in a sentence. 5. Perform the indicated operation. Simplify your answer as much as possible.