requirements vary by state. call a local attorney for guidance.
you can also add an new intake which will give your 10-20 more horse powers
Purchase a repair manual at any auto parts store that is specific to your ride. Around $12, and will contain all the info you need for this and future repairs.
Left, counter-clockwise. Lefty loosey, righty tighty.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------It depends on which way the crank rotates. If it rotates clockwise the nut will be threaded on counterclockwise to prevent it from loosening. If the crank rotates coun…
Rotational force is usually spoken of as torque. Torque is a term we use to talk about a force that acts on a body to change its rate of rotation. It is the rotational equivalent of force in a linear motion system.
A torque can arise from a single offset-applied force (using "inertial for…
PendulumsHere are some uses [or applications] for the principle of the pendulum:A child's SWING [a seat with two ropes or chains] or many variations like an old tire suspended from a tree limb on a single rope [when I was a child, we had one of these over "our" swimming hole at the local creek].Seve…
There are 3 class levers, 1st, 2nd and 3rd. A 1st class lever is a lever with its Fulcrum in between the Effort and the Load. An example is the scissors and a roller coasters and glow sticks.....!!!!!
(JUST REMEMBER FLE 123 1= fulcrum in the middle 2=Load in the middle 3=Effort)A Class-I lever …
Rpms is revolutions per minute. How many times the engine turns a complete cycle. Torque is measured at the rear wheels(if were talking about a rear wheel drive car). Torque is the true power of an engine. If you have alot of horse power and low torque, the working power of the engine underload…
The formula for kinetic energy, Ek, could not be simpler.Ek = (1/2)mv2, where m is mass (in kg) and v is velocity (in m s-1). If you prefer, you could write Ek = mv2/2.or, 810j=1/2*20Kg*v2or,v2=810j*2/20Kgor,v=sqrt of 81so,v=9m s-1
As a falling object accelerates through air, its speed increases
and air resistance increases. While gravity pulls the object down,
we find that air resistance is trying to limit the object's speed.
Air resistance reduces the acceleration of a falling object. It
would accelerate faster if it was fal…
a major part of an automatic transmission... A torque converter is what couples the engine to the transmission. It acts a little bit like a clutch and allow the engine to drive the transmission. At slow engine speeds, like at idle, it slips so the engine will not stall while the transmission is in g…
A piston is essentially a moving "stopper" in a cylinder. It fits closely and responds to mechanical pressure from a connecting rod on one end or from a fluid on the other end. In air compressors that have pistons, the crankshaft turns and moves the piston (which is linked to the crank via a connect…
Friction is a force that resists sliding motion between surfaces that are touching.
None of the classic simple machines are in a ballpoint pen. It does use the ball bearing to reduce friction. In using the pen, you normally use a lever motion, but there is no mechanical advantage.
Any force can produce work if it causes displacement. If displacement is in opposite direction of force, work done will be negative and if displacement is in direction of force work done will be positive. If there is no displacement, work done is zero. Eg: Gravitational force pulls you down towards …
Work (scalar quantity in physics) "The transfer of energy from one physical system to another, especially the transfer of energy to a body by the application of a force that moves the body in the direction of the force. It is calculated as the product of the force and the distance through which the…
The amplitude of a sound wave is the pressure of the medium at a given point.
Gravitational acceleration is identical for both.
Following are the essentials of indicating instruments: 1. Operating torque, 2. Controlling torque, and 3. Damping torque. OPERATING TORQUE Operating torque is produced by making use of any of these effects: magnetic, electromagnetic induction...., it is required to move the moving system of the ins…
levers work by having a effort that lifts a load, and a fulcrum balances the two
A force is anything that changes an object's state of motion or rest, a push or pull of an object. While a net force makes something stop moving, move, or change direction. Balanced and unbalanced forces are not moving, balanced; or moving, unbalanced. The definition of force is the space derivativ…
It's frequency, obviously, and also its wavelength. Its speed as well.
levers are used to lift up objects
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Friction is caused by two or more surfaces rubbing together. At the
molecular level, the particles are coming in contact with each
other and, to put it simply, are sticking. The more particles there
are in an object, the more they stick. This is called an objects
Parallel forces are forces acting in parallel lines. If two parallel forces act in same direction, they are called like parallel forces. If two parallel forces act in opposite directions, they are called unlike parallel forces.
When an object is in constant motion (when there is no acceleration). At any point in that motion the average and instantaneous velocities will be the same.
Static friction is frictional force that prevents or slows two surfaces from sliding past each other. An example is a kid sliding down the slide.
Surface energy can be viewed as the amount of work required to move a molecule from the bulk to the surface. So if something has high surface energy, it is has a low propensity to interact with another surface, thus giving it a lower COF.
There are several different branches of physics. Some of the more popular right now are astro and space physics (study of stars, planets, black holes, etc.), geophysics (study of things like earthquakes and plate tectonics), nuclear physics, particle physics, optics and electromagnetism, m…
3 TYPES OF MOTION:1. Rectilinear Motion - Bodies travelling on a straight path. 2. Curvilinear Motion - Bodies travelling on a curved path. 3. Angular or Rotational Motion - Bodies travelling on a certain angle.
ANSWER:For the front wheel on most bikes, it wont matter. On The one I had, the rear axle had a specific groove for where the sprocket went and the axle wasnt interchangeable. You knew right away if It was on backwards because the chain wouldn't go on the bike. For the newer bikes, I truly don't kno…
In theory, if a bullet dropped vertically at the same instant that a bullet is fired horizontally from a gun at the same height, they should both hit the ground at the same time. This example is used to emphasize that that horizontal motion and vertical motion may be analysed separately since they …
One of them is a gravitational force or an attractive force. I'm not sure what the other is.
In physics a number known as the 'coefficient of friction' is used to calculate the frictional force between any two surfaces. Ff=µFn, Meaning that the frictional force (Ff) is equal to the coefficient of friction (µ) multiplied by the normal force (Fn). If one wishes to calculate the coefficient…
Work = Force x Distance; force is in newtons, distance is in meters The unit for work is Nm (newton Meters)
Physics is the most fundamental of all natural science.Principles of physics related with chemistry,biology,biophysics,meteorology,geology
I'm not a scientist, but the following seems reasonable to me. If your frame of reference is the earth's surface, then it seems clear that an object can have zero velocity and zero acceleration. You could even have non-zero velocity and zero acceleration. What seems impossible is to have z…
Applications of Friction
While walking or driving a car, the friction gives the required reaction so you can move forward or backward.
While writing with a pen, pencil, or chalk, if there were no friction, the pen would just slip off!
Everything you place remains where it is because friction pr…
Man has always been inspired by the wonders of nature. He has always been curious to know the secrets of nature and remained in search. Although physics play an important role to understand this physical world. In our daily life,we hardly find a device where physics is not involved. Consider pul…
A rope winds around the pulley so that two ropes hang downwards. Using one side of the rope to apply force causes the pulley to rotate and redirect the force, moving the load upwards even though the pull is applied downwards.
volume; mass; pressure; hardness;(ie Volume = 1 m³, mass = 100kg, pressure = 14.7 psi, hardness = 25 brinell) EXTENSIVE depends on amount of something (eg 5 kg, 1 m³) Extensive properties => sum of parts = whole (150 lb + 150 lb = 300 lb) in otherwords, you can add them and the result in som…
A net force is still a force. It might also be called a resultant force. The modifier, "net," is just something that is sometimes used to clarify the description. Basically, the "net force" can also be defined as the overall force acting on an object, when all the individual forces acting on the ob…
Uniform unaccelerated motion is the motion of a body that has constant velocity (same speed and direction all the time). So, any body moving without any force acting on it will have a uniform motion.
(A) and a period of time.
Force makes objects change their direction. Though this does not mean without force all would be still as the man before me has said (There would be nothing to be still). It gives people the wrong idea of the term force. Now, one could say acceleration is change in direction. If some thing goes up b…
Flat soda pop is homogeneous because its bubbles are gone.
Unless you are a brilliant ball striker, the only real advantage is that they look great in the bag. A high handicapper will struggle to get a good strike with one because the sweet spot is so small. The advantage for someone like Tiger Woods is that when he hits a shot he will get superior feel and…
a body is said to be in oscillatory motion when it swings to and fro about a mean position. Ex a swing ,pedulam of a clock etc......
Homogeneous is a single phase mixture that means we observe only one state and material shows same properties on all of its part while heterogeneous material consists of at least two phases that means two different visible states.
The sum of all forces on an object is called "Net Force."
Sand mullers break up sand after it has been used in molds to facilitate sandcasting. By effectively breaking up the sand, it can be reused.
The worm on a motor or on the "driven" side of the device will engage with a worm gear. The worm rotates continuously, and the spiral cut gears "worm" their w…
It could be a paper clip.
A clothes pin
The easiest way is to try and turn it over by hand. First, disconnect the battery...don't want it to start accidentally...that would really hurt!Next, locate the crankshaft pulley. You'll find it at the front of the engine (where the accessory belts for the alternator, power steering, etc. are) and …
it is a class 2 lever thanks for your concern
A homogeneous mixture is a substance that is uniform in composition. Solutions are examples of homogeneous mixtures. A heterogeneous mixture is a mixture in which the composition is easily identified, as there are two or more phases present. Suspensions are examples of heterogeneous mixtures. Part…
A balanced force is when two equal forces are applied on an object pushing both ways. Also they are equal forces acting on an object in opposite directions.When something isn't moving the forces are balanced, eg. Gravity pulls a table down but that table is pushed up by the floor or the ground it st…
When the direction of the vector is vertical. Gravitational force has zero horizontal component.
Water molecules can make hydrogen bonds between each other since the molecule is 'very' polar (due to the very electronegative oxygen)
Marie Curie was one of the most important contributors to the field of science. Her study of minerals in the geological field led to the discovery of radium. Her work has given scientists insights into the inner world of the atom, and has helped doctors treat illnesses. Marie was also a humanitarian…
In a homogeneous mixture the components are evenly distributed. The substances remain distinct from one another only in that their atoms, moleules, or ions remain seprated from one another.In a heterogeneous mixture their are different phases where you will find one susbatnce is more abundant than t…
Galvanometers are very sensitive ammeters and will detect very small current flows. They are generally used in experiments where it is necessary to detect small current flows.
Forces is defined as anything that causes an acceleration on an object when applied. The force on an object causes it to change its motion which we called acceleration.
The quantity of matter that a body possesses is called mass. Mass
can also be described as the measure of an object's resistance to a
change in motion, also called inertia.
a homogeneous mixture is uniform in composition (some examples are
dissolved salt in water, blood, brewed tea or coffee, or wine)
a heterogeneous mixture is a mixture that is not uniform (examples
include: sand, oil in water, olive oil)
while heterogeneous mixtures have particles that can be seen…
This hyperphysics module may help you: http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/buocon.htmlweirdo
Examples of first class levers are
A compound machine is a machine made of two or more simple machines. A compound machine also moves in more tha one movement.Any combination of simple machines working together a combination of 2 simple machines.. (simple machines include lever, inclined plane,wedge,screw,pulley,wheel and axle,)examp…
In every point of a homogeneous mixture the concentration remains unalter, but the concentration is different for hetrogeneous mixture.
A first-class lever is one in which the fulcrum is located in the
center, with load and applied force on either side.
Relatively common examples of first-class levers are:
an oar attached to a boat
a hammer removing a nail
it is pulling
it is pulling
It's also tractor. Most people use the term tractor to describe the vehicle doing the pulling. However if you understand the breakdown of the term attraction, it makes this easier to understand. Also used in many sci-fi space films was the "Tractor" beam
ag = GM/d2.ag is the gravitational acceleration; G is the gravitational constant; M is the mass of the primary body (e.g. planet); d is the distance between the centres of mass of the primary and secondary bodies.
greetings.a pendulum has both kinetic and potential energy at one point.when the pendulum is at its highest point it has potential energy.it has kinetic energy when the ball of the pendulum is right in the middle.get it?
A bicycle is one of the most efficient forms of transport. It works
with pedals, which are connected via a chain to the back wheel. The
rotation of the pedals moves the chain across gears on the rear
wheel, rotating it. To change the gear ratio, the chain is moved to
different sized gears of the whe…
Average speed is (Position2 - position1)/time.
Average speed = total distance traveled divided by the time it took to travel it
Pie or if you mean the input apparatus with supporting arm then,it is the auxiliary input apparatus that has at least one supporting arm.Users hold the supporting arms with some of their fingers and and operate the electronic or mechanical device with other of their fingers.
Please note that there are different types of potential energy.
Actually I don't think that can be measured directly - as far as I
know, it has to be calculated.
The force is Microscopic Bacteria in your blood stream causing a decloriate.
Mechanical equilibrium is:- the state of rest or balance due to equal action of two opposite forces.- the equal balance of any powers
Frictional forces are of two type 1-kinetic friction 2-static friction (keep in mind that in this article surface means a surface which cause some resistance to movement). I think static don't need details. So come on kinetic. Experimentally it is found that kinetic friction force is directly propor…
Kinetic energy. It is measured in Joules.
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Won't Sound Travel In A Vacuum Spoken sound waves use air to travel along. As a vacuum does not contain any air particles, sound will not be heard.Sound is mechanical energy, and it requires a mechanical medium to propagate. That means that the medium must behave or respond in some mechanical way t…
Yes. Both, solid and liquid iron, are still iron.
increasing speed, decreasing speed, and changing direction.
Non concurrent forces are those forces that do not have a common point of intersection and act along different lines of action.
OvertonesAre known as: Overtones
The greater the acceleration of the object the larger the force
that is acting upon an object. This can be proven by Newton's
The formula for work is : Work Done = Force / Displacement (W) = (F) / (S)
This is becuase it becomes a solid and the particles expand to fit neatly into a solid square.
Water is a liquid for starters... & The definition of a liquid is "A matter that has a definite volume but NO definite shape." Therefore it's shape can move around.
Friction produces heat!!!!!
The coefficient of friction is a value between 0 and 1 which relates to how much frictional force will act against the movement of an object over a surface.
Having your hands touch. Anything where things aren't moving, they are just touching.If you are asking about Coulomb Friction, static friction is the resistance to movement (sliding) of one object over another when force is applied but there is no movement. Once the objects begin to move in relation…
On the surface, the Prandtl--Glauert singularity explains this, just as it explains the formation of a single "ring" of condensate about aircraft going transonic. The "cloud" here is sometimes called a vapor cone for its shape (conical -- a cone) and the material out of which it is made (water vapor…
The product of mass and velocity of an object is its momentum.
Dense solids.Related Information: Sound waves travel mechanically, by transferring their energy, molecule by molecule, through a transfer medium. So, the more dense the transfer medium (molecules closer to one another), the faster sound energy is transferred. Different perspective: Sound travels by …