1.Run a larger main feed line. 2.Reduce amount of heads on sprinkler system. Good Luck
it depends on the circumstances. it could be your line sizing or the builing pressure. either incease the size of the line or have a small booster pump installed to increase the pressure
If the pressure problem is in the shower try removing the shower head but leave the shower arm in place. Then turn the water on and see if you have a good flow of water with no shower head in place. Sometimes the shower head gets clogged with a mineral deposit which needs to be disloved with somethi…
Adjust pressure regulator valve (P.R.V.) Turn clockwise. remove water saver from shower head
When water is in a pressurized container, any air inside that water can't escape. Simply increase the amount of air, or decrease the size of the container.
Make sure that the water is completely turned on at the meter. Better yet call your city services and and let them check to see that it i…
Most modern ice makers require 35 to 40 psi water pressure to properly operate. Attempting to use less pressure will result in no ice at all or possibly causing the solenoid valves to not fully close, thereby causing your ice maker to over flow.Using a demand pump will solve this issue. A demand pum…
Express your feelings in a stern but polite form , such as over dinner in the park and ask her to set out things she would like you to do . make sure that there are no misunderstandings about your feelings . there you go
-If your wife threatens you when you don't do as she asks.. do the one …
Depending if your on a well or public water system ,Well sys just increase your pressure with your pressure switch ,adjustment of your pressure regulator valve if so equiped (turn in )clockwisePlumbers generally apply a narrow vent in the tubular flow of your plumbing pipes to increase the water pre…
get a water pump and hook it up after the water meter. the only other way would be running 3/4 water line from the meter than reducing it to 1/2 inch water line before it reaches the tub or sink.that would help with some pressure,but it will not be a drastic change, buying a water pump would be the …
gravityANS 2 -gravity will only work if you're downhill from supply. -You may have to fit a 'booster' pump.
If we take this simply, we can manage it. Let's take it one law at a time. First, inertia. Bodies at rest tend to remain at rest and bodies in motion tend to remain in motion. And both of those are in effect unless the body is acted upon by an outside force. For the glider, it is going to need to ha…
the book cannot change its direction of motion
I had a similar issue and the two things I found that might help is number 1 check the screen in the shower head and the shower head diverting knob/lever/switch. And number 2 is that there may pin hole leaks to check for in the piping.
Diverter Valve or obstructionFor a pressure loss in both …
potential energy is any type of energy but just stored. It could be sound, light or electricity. kinetic energy could be kinetic potential energy (stored movement energy) or energy of something that is currently moving. Hope that helps.
There is an adjustment screw on the top of the pump chamber. Usually slotted for a flat screwdriver. Turn it clockwise to increase output pressure. ( this assumes that you have NO air leaks,as these are the main cause of low pressure in jat pumps.)
Actually, at higher elevations, water boils sooner rather than
At higher altitudes, air pressure is lower. The reduced air
pressure lowers the temperature at which water boils in an open
container. So, water actually boils faster at higher altitudes, but
it takes longer to cook f…
Certainly. easy to see if you're at either end of the weight
spectrum with respect to your riding buddies. consider a race I did
in Cincinnati in 1987. at 5'11 and 130 lbs, I had a natural
advantage as a climber, and the opposite was true for descents.
Every time down the big hill on the 11 mile loo…
Force on an object When one object applies a force to another object, the one guarantee is that there is going to be an equal and opposite force. Research Newton's laws in any encyclopedia for the history of this. Several examples follow. 1. You place a glass on a table and the glass rests on the t…
well the simple explaination works like this. Have you ever put a gallon of water above your head? When you do the roughly eight pounds pushes down on your body. Now imagine that the ocean is that milk jug, the weight of the millions of tons of water are pushing down on you creating pressure on ever…
Friction is a general term applied to the force on something
that is applied to it by something that it is moving on or through.
If a car is moving along the highway, there is friction between the
road and the tires. There is also friction in the wheel bearings.
(Lubrication helps limit this.) The f…
there are many advantages of friction. It helps us in driving, walking, writing, holding objects, etc.
Friction is a force that resists sliding motion between surfaces that are touching.
Lift, trust, drag and gravity is the Newtons first law of MotionNewton's laws of motion are: 1) Every object in a state of motion will remain in that state unless and external force is applied. 2) Acceleration is produced when a force acts on a mass. The greater the mass, of the object being accel…
An object that has an unbalanced force acting on it will accelerate in the direction of that force.
Read the formula on the link below.
My parents went through this when they moved into there house. It is an older house. They ended having a plummer replace some and clean out the pipes. There was alot of calcium and mineral build up inside the lines. If it is just this outside faucet maybe you could just replace this pipe with new on…
Impulse = force * average timeJ = F * Δt
The game of soccer does not operate under its own unique physics. The forces involved are all absorbed and/or balanced as physical principles require.
The first of Newton's Laws describes the inertia that allows the
projectile to leave the trebuchet. The second law describes the
acceleration that the trebuchet applies to the projectile before it
releases. The third law describes the reaction that occurs when the
trebuchet is released, as the weigh…
Force (F)= Acceleration (A) X Mass (M)
Rear View MirrorThe kind of mirror used in the rear-view mirror must be convex mirrors, because it creates smaller, yet still upright images. Concave mirrors would create an inverted image and the cars you see are not upside down. Convex mirrors make everything smaller so this allows the driver to s…
When the force is a balanced force there is no movement. So when the balanced force is acted upon an object that is malleable, the object will change shape to accommodate the force since it cannot move. just to restate it a different way Basically it must be a balanced force to change an object's …
Newton was blind therefore his laws are invalid
Hammer piston velocity is:
Velocity of an pneumatic cylinder can be calculated as
s = 28.8 q / A (1)
s = velocity (inches/sec)
q = volume flow (cubic feet/min)
A = piston area (square inches)
Do you know how to calculate the impact PSI? - This is where I get lost.
Newton presented only one law of gravitation. He also published three laws of motion, which are . . . 1. Every object tends to remain in the state of uniform motion unless an external force is applied to it. 2. The relationship between an object's mass m, its acceleration a, and the applied force…
In a controlled test condition (like crash tests on cars) an accelerometer is used to measure the rate of deceleration.
It should be possible to estimate the deceleration following a collision if the speed of the vehicles at the moment of the collision is known. We could do this by measuring the am…
Newton's Laws of Motion*A body at rest will remain at rest, and one in motion will remain in motion, until and unless acted upon by an external unbalanced force. (Law of inertia)The rate of change of momentum, acceleration (a), of a body (m), is proportional to the resultant force (F) acting on the …
The rate of change of momentum of body is directly proportional to the force,and the body moves in the direction of force applied.
1. It enables us to walk with out slipping.
2. The breakers and tiers of our cars and bicycles depend on
friction to function properly.
3. The ridges in the skin of our fingers and palms enable us to
grasp and hold objects due to friction.
4. To prevent patients being uncomfortable in bed rubb…
When two objects colide if one has a much greater mass than the object with the lesser mass will be propeled in the original direction of travel of the object with the greater mass.
If a Big Burly senior colides with a small fresman the fresman will be thrown backward but the senio…
The fundamental forces, from strongest to weakest, are Strong Nuclear ForceElectromagnetic ForceWeak Nuclear ForceGravitational Force Notes: Friction and other forces discussed in classical mechanics are not directly included in the above list; rather, such things are explained in terms of the fund…
A vehicle can hydroplane at as low as thirty five miles per hour.
Hydroplaning can occur on any road surface.
Blow up a balloon and then release it. As if flies around it is following Newton's Third Law of Motion. Play a game of snooker. Push your hands together. Just stand on the floor.
If you hit someone they will hit you too :)
No, acceleration is the rate of increase or decrease in the velocity of an object. An object at high velocity will have zero acceleration if its velocity is not changing. A slow moving object will have high acceleration if its velocity is changing quickly. Answer: The above is correct, but if you ha…
One of them is a gravitational force or an attractive force. I'm not sure what the other is.
A non-scientist's initial stab at this: If you are talking about gravity, they are equal. I don't see how they can be anything BUT equal. Gravity is an attractive force between two bodies. Every particle of my body attracts every particle of the earth. It wouldn't be stated any differently…
Opening a circular door handle.
Revving up gas on a motorcycle
Hitting a nail with a hammer
what is the advantages of friction
Advantages of Friction
In some situations, friction is very important and beneficial.
There are many things that you could not do without the force of
Walking: You could not walk without the friction between your
shoes and the ground. As you try to step forward, you push your
Helps in wolking e.g slipary places Helps in stoping objects e.g cars It also heips fire production(2metals rubbed together gives out sparks leading to fire).
The net force on an object is equal to the mass of the object multiplied by its acceleration.The second law of motion states that: FORCE=MASS*ACCELERATIONA body of mass m subject to a net force F undergoes an acceleration a that has the same direction as the force and a magnitude that is directly pr…
No. Pascal's Principle states that a pressure applied to a fluid system at rest is felt throughout the entire system. This means that, regardless of pipe diameter, city pressure is felt everywhere. Decreasing pipe diameter will only reduce the flow rate of the water, due to more head loss …
Newton’s First Law of Motion states that every object will remain in a state of rest or travelling with a constant velocity unless an external force acts on it.Newton’s Second Law of Motion states that the rate of change of an object’s momentum is directly proportional to the force which cause…
Approved in Principle is a conditional approval in finance. It
means that the finance the person wants to borrow or use has been
given the go ahead but there are minor differences to work out such
as the showing the supporting documents or verifying information.
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…
In a system the potential energy is related to forces acting between bodies inside the system. Kinetic energy of a moving body is defined as K=(1/2)*m*v^2 where m is the mass of the body and v its velocity. If no energy is transfered to or from the system then the sum of the system's kinetic and pot…
kinetic- work done by an external force from bringing the object to a rest then to movement potential- unknown source kinetic energy is the energy or force of any motion, and everything, whether it is object, particles, molecules or person has motion. Everything that is moving, either by their own …
That is also called the object's weight.
given distance- 200km
Divide distance by time for speed
Divide speed by distance for time
Multiply speed and time for distance
Those are three ways to make sure you have it right
Average Velocity = (change in position) / (elapsed time)
Not under ideal conditions
Millions of classroom experiments would indicate that there is, in fact, a difference, but it is most likely caused by dirt, oil, and imperfections on the surfaces. When care is taken to ensure the surfaces are uniform and clean, the difference between static and dynami…
Objects that do not speed up, slow down, or change it's direction unless they are pulled in some kind of way can change velocity.
One formula for force is Newton's Second Law of Motion: Force = Mass * Acceleration or F = ma On the earth's surface, F=mgwhereF= weight m= mass g= acceleration due to gravity In fact, force is the rate of change of momentum and is given by: F = dp/dt where p is momentum. F = dp/dt can be exp…
It was Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), English mathematician and physicist, who set down the laws of motion.
The answer is actually very simple. When the force hits the object, the force would shake slightly, just keep shaking on the object. That way the object won't move, and the force won't stop. This doesn't break any laws of physics, either. Or that fact that you can't have both at the same time. If …
a triple beam balance or quadruple beam balance
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related-literature of science investigatory project in physics
Newton formulated many laws, the ones he is mainly connected with are the laws of motion- 1.First Law : A body remains in a state of rest or uniform motion unless acted on by an external force .So, the body is reluctant to change it's present state and this property of the body is known as inertia.…
Newton's 2nd law state that the rate of momentum is proportional to the impressed force & the change in momentum takes place in the direction of force. Mathematically , F = dP/dt = m dv/dt + vdm/dt = m dv/dt = ma [for constant mass system dm/dt = 0] Application: In rocket propulsion, rocket…
There are three law's of motion. 1. Every object in a state of uniform motion will remain in that state until an external force is applied to that object. This is commonly referred to as the Law of Inertia. 2. Every object of mass that has an external force applied to it will result in an accelera…
He was a genius
He came up with them by thinking deeply and obsessively. Sir Isaac Newton was a genius, perhaps the greatest genius the world has ever known. After inventing the eponymous fig-filled pastry-like cookie -- the Fig Newton -- he yearned for more difficult challenges and turned his at…
with your hands=)
Newton's law of cooling describes the rate an object will cool at when placed in surroundings of lower temperature. The law is derived by some basics of calculus, but based on one fact: the rate of cooling of an object is proportional to the difference in temperature between the surroundings and t…
Advantages: holding, walking, writing, making knots, nailing etc. Disadvantages: wear and tear of machine parts, loss of power of moving objects.
No.It is important to realize that they are different. Many physical properties depend on this distinction. The mass of a sponge may be small but it has a gigantic area.This is a doubt....by Niranjanrbharati (DP stands for Directly proportional)Presssure=thrust/area =>P x A =T=>T (DP)AAs Thrus…
Well, I'm not sure if this is 100% right for an answer, but I'm doing an essay that involves the laws of motion and baseball right now, so I'll tell you what I put down.
Newton's first law of motion states that an object in motion will stay in motion, and an object at rest will stay at re…
First Law (Inertia) - An object at rest will remain at rest, and an object in motion will remain in motion, at a constant velocity unless or until outside forces act upon it.Second law (Motion)- The net force acting upon an object is a product of its mass multiplied by its acceleration.Third law (Ac…
They say it all started when he saw an apple fall from a tree one day
Newton's second law of motion pertains to the behavior of objects for which all existing forces are not balanced. The second law states that the acceleration of an object is dependent upon two variables - the net force acting upon the object and the mass of the object. The acceleration of an object …
The three laws of motion are:
The Law of Inertia
The Law of Acceleration and
The Law of Interaction.
Its regarding Newtonian fluid.
It states - "The shear stress acting on a fluid is proportional to the rate of shear strain"
i think yes because it mind over matters
"What is an example of inertia at rest?"
inertia is reluctance to change velocity
If an object is sustaining a constant velocity it has 0 acceleration, because acceleration is either increasing or decreasing speed.
Yes, but only instantaneously.
Consider a thrown ball moving directly upward. At the highest point of its trajectory, the instanataneous velocity (the velocity at that precise instant) is zero even while the acceleration due to gravity remains non zero.
All three of the forces are acting on the office chair.
Newton's second law of motion, commonly known as the law of
acceleration, states that when a body is acted on by a force, its
resulting change in momentum takes place in the direction in which
the force is applied, is proportional to the force causing it, and
is inversely proportional to its mass.
"Law of motion" Most likely refers to Newtons three laws of motion. 1. An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force (Basically, objects want to keep doing what they're already doing)2. …
Simple stop giving him any more money then break up will b automatic
He'll probably break up with you when you cut him off.
Unbalanced forces: Forces that produce a non-zero
net force, which changes an object's motion.
Unbalanced forces are forces that produce a
non-zero net force, which changes an object's motion. The result of
an unbalanced force is acceleration of an object.
Example 1 : Think of a shoe lying moti…
A concurrent force is a force that acts through the same point. When it is in equilibrium all the forces are balanced so there is no net or overall force. In fact, Newton's first law leads to the definition of inertia & equilibrium. when state of object does not change with time , we say the bod…
You simply find the difference between the object's weight in air and water.
If you mean the Moon's movement around the Earth, the Earth's gravitation pulls the Moon towards the Earth. There is no opposing force that acts on the Moon (otherwise, the Moon wouldn't accelerate towards the Earth, i.e., change its direction).
A free body diagram is a representation of how the forces that are acting on a point or particle interact. You place your point at the origin and then draw your forces with their tails placed at the point
It's important to know that you reference point is moving because if an object is in motion and if it changes position it is relevant to a reference point.