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What are some of the benefits of high speed travel via car train or airplane?
Sound molecules can stack up in front of airplanes traveling at very high speeds. this can cause what?
Le Train Grande Vitesse, or TGV
A typical commercial aircraft will travel at around 35,000 feet and will be moving at an airspeed of roughly 500-550 miles per hour, depending on the plane.
What is the only place on Earth where a boat can sail under a train that is traveling under a car that is driving under a flying airplane?
The East River, if the subway-carrying bridges are taken into account. Atone time this applied to "Frisco when the Bay Bridge (the larger of the two) had the Key System …rapid tansit operated by but separate from the Southern Pacific. as a sort of treaty thing, the controls were arranged different than normal Railroad units or subway cars, the positions of throttle and brake lever were reversed. I do not need to get into trade secrets of the High Iron, but the Key system opposite.
Commercial jets usually fly at 10,000 metres. How high can planes fly? It gets technical: A manned air-breathing jet aircraft following an uncontrolled b…allistic trajectory reached 37,650 metres (123,523 feet). A manned air-breathing jet aircraft in controlled horizontal flight flew at 25,929 m (85,069 ft).
By train. Or by walking. :)
The train was invented hundreds of years before cars or airplanes.
honestly what i think is that people invented boats before cars, planes, or trains.
Tire is not properly balanced, Tire is defective and/or out of round, Tire has a broken internal belt, a bent wheel, If the vibration is extremely fast and produces a droning …noise, a defective universal joint or defective drive shaft is the likely cause..
Not sure if I understand the question but let me guess. Aircraft (and ships) use a term for their speed that is called knots. This is another value of measuring speed and is c…lose to the miles per hour value. Aircraft also use the term Mach Number. This value represent the speed of sound or the percent of Mach 1. --- car speed is always measued in ground speed, or its speed in relation to the ground - plane speed is measured several ways but mostly it is in realtionship to the air, or air speed - a plane traveling at an airspeed of 60 mph flying into a headwind of 60 mph (common at very high altitude) has a ground speed of 0 mph or is actually standing still!
A car that is jerking at high speeds probably needs a tune-up. Barring any major mechanical issue, this will solve the problem.
A shock wave is created when an airplane travels faster than the speed of sound.
Northeast corridor - Acela.
Yes - Acela, on the Boston- Washington corridor.
Boats are older than written history.