1990 geo prizm 4 door hatchback LSi with a check engine light on you have tried to pull the code jumping the diagnostic terminal under the hood with no luck What if the check engine light just remains?
As long as it's running okay, don't worry about it. You could try disconnecting the battery ground cable for a couple of minutes and see if that clears it. Cars are programmed for the CEL to come on every once in a while just so you'll take it somewhere and let someone cheat you out of some money just to tell you everything checks out okay. What a con game.
Terminal velocity is the speed at which the drag forces upwards on a falling object (a skydiver for example) are equal to the pull of gravity downwards, so that the vertical speed remains constant and no longer increases. Terminal velocity for a human is around 180 mph when free falling in the head down or feet down position.
When a person skydives from very high distance does the speed in which they are falling continue to increase the entire way down?
There is no such thing as the terminal velocity of a plane unless you consider the speed of light to be which requires unlimited energy to reach. Terminal velocity refers to objects falling to earth under the force of gravity and have wind resistance(drag). Wind resistance is an equation based on the velocity of an object which means that at one point acceleration due to gravity and the drag force have equal forces which means…
As an object gains speed, its drag increases. You'll notice it when you run vs. walk. In a case of terminal velocity, the downward force of gravity equals the upward force of drag exerted on the object that is falling. The net force on the body is then zero, and the result is that the velocity of the object remains constant (Newton's first law).
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Typically you know your alternator is out when you have to jump start your car numerous times. A way you can test it is by turning on your car and while it's running discount the + terminal. If the car turns off then your alternator is bad. If the car remains in then alternator is good and possible bad battery. Hope this helps
When 2 alternators are connected in parallel what is the resultant terminal voltage of the two alternators?
Since the alternators are in parallel, the resultant voltage should be the same as either alternator - exactly as it would be if two batteries are connected in parallel. Voltage remains the same but current capacity is doubled. I would recommend connecting the alternators through a network that will balance the load between them.
What is happening if energy input remains constant and voltage remains the same in a circuit but current decreases?
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