Hey Ava==Take it to the garage and find out what is happening. goodluckJoe
If you are asking for the location of the Turn Signal Flasher Relay, it is located in Junction Block 1A (under dash on drivers side). Block 1B has the fuses, Block 1A the relays. The flasher is the small relay at the end opposite the group of four (4) relays.
This most likely sounds like your water pump is on its way out. HAVE IT CHECKED IMMEDIATELY.
The speed of sound is the velocity of sound through a mechanical (elastic) medium (such as air, water, concrete, etc.). It will vary as the medium through which it travels varies. In general, the speed of sound is faster in liquids and even faster in solids. In air, the speed of sound has little to…
The 3200 bit of AMD 64 3200 means that the processor is equivalent to a Pentium 4 3.2 GHz processor. The reason that they do this is to stop you getting confused as AMD processors run a lower clock rates but they are a lot more effcient than Intels in processing instructions, so they put the equival…
To break the sound barrier you have to travel than the speed of sound. The speed of sound in air actually varies with temperature. When representing air as an ideal gas the speed of sound can be represented as c = square root(γRT) where γ = specific heat ratio = 1.4R = specific gas constant = 287T…
FIRST CHANGE THE THERMOSTAT AND THE RADIATER CAP IF NOT ITS MOST LIKELY YOUR WATER PUMP IS GOING BAD
Also, turn on your air conditioner, and check to see if the fan is running at the radiator.
Your radiator fan is not working. Check fuse, relay, fan motor, and wiring …
It depends on how you categorize them. For instance, if you
categorize them by who or what makes them, you could come up with a
list. There are the manmade "bodily function" sounds. Some are
inadvertent (hiccups, sneezes, coughs), and some are on purpose
(talking, laughing, singing). There are the s…
Sound does not travel at the same speed in air as it does in water. In dry air at 20o C it travels about 343 meters/second. In water it travels 4.3 times as fast.
How fast is sound and light?
The speed of sound is at about 344 m/s and the speed of light is at about 3 X 108 m/s. If you would like to test it out, wait for a thunderstorm. The lightning and the thunder start at the same place while the lightning is faster. That will demonstrate the speed differe…
That's just the way it works out.
In cases like this, the question "why" isn't the best question. It is interesting to note that the speed you mention is the speed of light in a vacuum. And although light doesn't need a medium through which to travel, it can be slowed d…
Sound navigation and ranging.
Sonar stands for SOund NAvigation and Ranging.
Plenty of people have gone faster than the speed of sound by
All astrounauts, most fighter pilots, all passengers who ever
flew on the Concorde. One guy jumping from a balloon. One or two
drivers of jet/rocket cars.
See the links below. Remember to distinguish where necessary between the universal gas constant R (joules per mole Kelvin) and the particular gas constant R (joules per kilogram Kelvin)
After becoming a Fighter Ace in World War II; Chuck Yeager was a test pilot and flew the Bell XS-1 which was built to try to fly faster than the speed of sound. The Bell XS-1 had what was referred to as a "flying tail" so that the shock wave (caused by flying in the trans sonic region), which forme…
Sound travels faster through water.
Sound travels about 4.3 times faster in water, liquids and non-porous solids (5,120 m/s in iron) than it does in air.
Chuck Yeager was traveling at about 740 miles per hour when he
broke the sound barrier. This speed is also known as Mach 1.
The speed of sound is normally calculated using the values of a "standard atmospheric day." A "standard atmospheric day" refers to a sea level pressure of 29.92 in-Hg (1013.2 mb) and a temperature of 15°C (59°F). At standard day values, the speed of sound is 761 mph. Other speeds, such as those pr…
i dont know what the last guy was thinking but here is the real answer im sorry if its incorrect but im sure its at least close sound travels at 1715 m/s
That simply means that you can't measure anything with 100%
Heat capacity is The ratio of the heat energy absorbed by a substance to the substance's increase in temperature. The quantity of heat required to raise a unit mass of homogeneous material one unit in temperature along a specified path, provided that during the process no phase or chemical changes …
In fresh water, sound travels at about 1497 m/s at 25 °C.
Further up in the atmosphere there is less resistance for a moving object to overcome. Less drag on his vessel meant greater speed. Does that theory FLY? (ha ha)
Also, the speed of sound is higher at sea level due to the air's density being greater.
The cone can appear only above the speed of sound. The faster the plane flies past the speed of sound the sharper (and more faint) the cone is going to look (sharper angle that is). Theoretically if the plane is "breaking the speed of sound" therefore traveling at the speed of sound, there will not …
The sound barrier is formed by pressure waves building up on each other. Imagine a singer. If you have a second singer sing with them it sounds louder. Add more singers and the loudness goes up. This is because the sound waves are constructively interfering with each other or building up.
The same …
Darkness is not an entity, so it does not travel and has no speed. In principle, a shadow or nonentity could "travel" faster than the speed of light. For example, if you pivoted a powerful laser a few degrees the point of light would travel across a screen very far away at a "speed" greater than li…
The sound through water travels 300 miles per hour (INCORRECT) It travels at about 10 times that speed in water - closer to 3000 miles per hour, although the purity of the water, the temperature and the pressure will also affect the speed.
depends on several factors. the speed of sound is 343 meters per second (1,125 feet/s). This equates to 1,236 kilometers per hour (768 mph), or about one kilometre in three seconds and about one mile in five seconds.
Reverberation time, loudness, Focusing, interference, echo, echelon effect, resonance, noise
The speed of sound is variable and depends mainly on the temperature and the properties of the substance through of which the wave is traveling. V=331+0.6T where V is speed of soundwave in m/s T is the temperature in Celsius
Any sound waves use a medium to travel along (on Earth the medium is Air, Water or any Solid. A Vacuum, like Space, does not contain any particles; therefore sound waves have no medium through which to travel and thus Sound will NOT Travel (or be heard).
More information Sound or So…
He flew the Bell XS-1.
Sorry, the atmospheric pressure has really nothing to do with the speed of sound at 0c, but he temperature is very important
Scroll down to related links and read the short article "Speed of sound - temperature matters, not air pressure".
The air pressure and the air density are proportional to ea…
Have you ever seen fireworks before? Maybe you remember that when the fireworks explode, you see the big burst of color before you hear the bang. If you were right next to the firework, way up in the air, the flash and the sound would seem to be at almost the same time, but the farther away you are,…
Mach I (the Speed of Sound) is approximately 1,236 km/h (738 mp/h). This is dependent on the air pressure. At sea level, the speed of sound is about 760 mph; at high altitude it reduces closer to 600 mph.
The speed of sound is dependent on the temperature and not on the air pressure. At 20 degrees Celsius or 68 degrees Fahrenheit the speed of sound is 343 m/s or 1236.3 km/h or 1126.7 ft/s or 667.1 knots.Scroll down to related links and look at "Speed of sound - temperature matters, not air pressure".…
old answer: the speed of sound in water is much denser than the
speed of sound in the air right answer: kk what does that old
answer even mean? the speed of sound in water is denser? yeah...you
are a professional aren't you? hahaha anyways here is the real
answer: the speed of sound in water is abou…
Sound waves travel faster through denser mediums, and water is denser than air, so sound travels faster through water than air
The Basic difference between the sound waves and light is in their wave nature. Light waves are propagated as transverse waves. Sound waves are propagated as longitudinal waves.Let's do our own version of Einstein's famous thought experiments. You are on a train that has a very looong connected flat…
Of manmade devices, the tip of a whip first broke the sound barrier.
yes u can but if you are going fast enough you can catch up to your bullets
Chuck Yeager was the first. They have to be highly trained.
Captain Charles "Chuck" Yeager
In air it is the temperature that effects most the speed of sound, less it is the humididy and realy not it is the atmospheric pressure.
Sound waves are the movement of energywithin molecules.
If you would talk then you wouldn't hear it until you stopped because the sound wouldn't be able to catch you.
Mach 1 is the speed at which you break the sound barrier. The speed of sound, or Mach 1, at sea level and under "standard condition" is: 1,116.4 ft/s 340.3 m/s 761.2 mph 1,225.1 km/h
sound travels at a speed of 0.62 miles per second. More like 1500 meters per second. Its pretty fast and or 3,348 mph
The pitch of sound is affected by all of these things.The amplitude,the frequency, and the loudness.The pitch of sound is also affected by the length and width of the vessel producing the sound, e.g. pipes.
Sonar (sound navigation and ranging) is the application of a sound wave propagated through some medium (like water) and the reception of reflected energy (the echo) to discover what is there.
Forget the altitude. Care about the temperature! The speed of sound is dependent on the temperature and not on the air pressure of the altitude. At 20 degrees celsius or 68 degrees Fahrenheit the speed of sound is 343 m/s or 1236.3 km/h or 1126.7 ft/s or 667.1 knots.Scroll down to related links and …
it does not travel in a vacuum because the molecules do not have any air <><><><><> Sound travels by vibrating the medium, i.e. air. Without a medium, sound cannot travel.
When calculating the speed of sound do you multiply or divide the distance by the frequency?
If you mean the formula for the speed of sound c then the wavelength lamda is multiplied by the frequency f.
c = lambda x f
f = c / lambda
lambda = c / f
Captain (later colonel) Charles "Chuck" Yeager flew the Bell X-1 faster than the speed of sound to become the first pilot to do so. "Glamerous Glennis" rocketed past the sound barrier on 14 October, 1947.
actually several pilots during world war 2 broke the sound barrier in mustangs and l…
Sound travels fastest, and best through a solid. eg. steel
No. Sound transmits by waves through matter/particles.
Due to the fact that sound does not travel in a vacuum, I would say that it is definitely not in a vacuum. But between oxygen and a liquid comes down to how sound is propagated. Sound is propagated by particles transferring energy by collision (which is why it cannot travel through a vacuum, no part…
Charles E. Yeager
The speed of sound varies with various factors such as temperature,nature of the material,physical state of the substance,etc.
Col. Boyd assigned him the Bell XS-1 test program. It was General Chuck Yeager's duty to try to accomplish what the old man sent him out to Muroc AFB, CA to do. It was one of 26 test programs Yeager was doing at the time. The country that broke the sound barrier would have air superiority.
Speed of sound travels in gases (like air), in liquids, and in solids. In air at 20 °C speed of sound travels with c = 343 m/s.
It is approximately 1,500 meters per second.
At lower temperatures, molecules collide more often, giving the sound wave more chances to move around rapidly.
The speed of sound in water at 25 degree Celsius is 1493 meters per second.
The speed of sound in water is approximately 1482 metre per second.
There are two relatively simple methods for measuring the speed of sound, both of which involve timing echoes: You need a stopwatch, two lumps of wood and a long tape measure. Stand a measured distance from a large wall and bang two lumps of wood together. As soon as you hear the echo, hit the wood …
Loudness is a function of the sound wave's amplitude of the sound pressure.Amplitude is the volume of the sound (how loud it is).
The flight that successfully broke the Sound Barrier was flown by then Captain Charles (Chuck) Yeager of the Air Force on October 14 1947. The craft, now in the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, was a Bell XS-l later retitled X-l the first of the X-craft. craft did not take off under its own power, …
Light travels considerably faster.Sound travels at about 343 meters per second. Light travels at 299,792,458 meters per second.Light in vacuum travels about 876 thousand times as fast as sound in air.If you meant to ask if light or sound travels faster then this is the answer: Light travels faster, …
The speed of sound in air is given by the formula cair = 331.3 + (0.66 x T) m/s, where T is the temperature in °C. What that equation says is that the warmer air is, the faster sound waves travel in it.
Wikipedia has particulars in a post on the speed of sound, and you've got a link to that articl…
Chuck Yeager is credited with being the first pilot to break the sound barrier on October 14, 1947 in a Bell X-1.
Yeager was the first man to break the sound barrier on October 14, 1947
he broke the sound barrier when he was 24
The first American pilot to exceed the speed of sound in an airplane was Chuck Yeager.
Muroc Air Force Base which was later named Edwards Air Force base, California. Corum was the name of the family that owned the land before the Army Air Corps. Muroc is Corum spelled backwards.
Reverberation happens when reflections of a sound joins up with the original sound, so it seems prolonged. A reverberation is created from the reflecting surface when a sound is produced in an enclosed space causing a large number of echoes to build up and then slowly decay. Scroll down to related l…
After sound waves come in through the ear and are funneled through
the eardrum to make it vibrate, the malleus (hammer) transmits the
vibration to the incus (anvil), which passes the vibration on to
the stapes (stirrup).
Then hair cells convert the mechanical vibration to electrical
The speed of light is 186,000 miles per second. The speed of sound is about 1,108 feet per second, which is 0.2098 miles per second! The speed of light is about 886,559 times faster than the speed of sound!!Light travels at 299,792,458 meters per second. The speed of sound is 340.29 meters per secon…
Sound travels by vibrating molecules and passing the energy on to a nearby molecule. Sound travels faster through warm air than cold air because the molecules in the warm air are vibrating faster.
Yes, it affects the density of air and thus the speed of sound in
Sound in air travels at about 770 mph or 330 meters per second.
It depends upon the altitude, temperature and humidity, but at sea level sound travels approximately 700 miles per hour.The speed of sound does not depend on pressure.
Simply put, sounds are made through vibrations in the air. We can
translate these vibrations into sound because of our ear drums.
Yes it is possible. As humans travel trough, Aircraft, Jets, Rockets ect which are faster than sound waves.
The speed of sound in solids are not all of the same. These sounds
travel at different speeds based on density and other physical
Speed of sound in air at 20°C or 68°F is 343 m/s that equals
0.21313 mi/s. In an hour is must be 3600 times more, that is
763.632 mi/h. Cheers ebs
It should be noted that the speed of sound is dependent on the
density of air. Temperature, humidity and altitude all affect what
the speed of sound …
The speed of sound c depends on the temperature of air and not on the air pressure!
The humidity of air has some negligible effect on the speed of sound. The air pressure
and the density of air (air density) are proportional to each other at the same temperature.
The speed of sound in air changes clearly with temperature, a little bit with humidity - but not with air pressure (atmospheric pressure). The words "sound pressure at sea level" are incorrect and misleading in the case of "speed of sound". The temperature indication, however, is absolutely necessa…
Yes. The equation relating temperature (in degrees Celcius) to the speed of sound is v=331+0.60T. This means that when the temperature is 0C (the same as 32F), the speed of sound will be 331m/s.
The speed of sound in air is independent of pressure. The speed of sound is a function of temperature.Humidity has a small effect on the speed of sound.
Chuck Yeager is the first person to fly faster than sound (breaking the sound barrier), or MACH 1, on October 14, 1947 during level flight at an altitude of 45,000 ft.
The Bell X-1 named Glamorous Glennis claims that title with certain reservations. Other aircraft may have reached that speed as early as 1944 but not in controlled level flight.