No, a couple is not in equilibrium, unless there is an equal and opposite force acting against each member of the couple.
Be sure to remember that something can still be moving even if it is in equilibrium. It just means it's not accelerating.
A2 People often forget that there is a difference between a hypothetical point sized object and a typical sized object when applying the condition for equilibrium. If the forces on an object are equal and opposite it is only the centre of mass that is required to be at rest (or moving at constant velocity). So for a point sized object that means the entire object must be at rest. But for a typical sized object only the centre of mass is required to be at rest. If the applied forces are off centre (as with a couple) it is still possible for the object to rotate about its centre of mass. This is dynamic equilibrium. If one also applies the second condition for equilibrium then you can have static equilibrium (no motion of centre of mass and no rotation) if the system is initially at rest. The second condition for static equilibrium is that there be no net torque on the object. That is the off centre forces tending to rotate the object(say clockwise) must be balanced by other off centre forces which tend to rotate the object counter clockwise.
In a dynamic equilibrium, the rate of loss is equal to the rate of gain. Dynamic equilibrium is applied in thermodynamics for systems involving reversible reactions.
Dynamic equilibrium is important because it indicates that a reaction has stabilized.
The receptors for dynamic equilibrium respond to rotation forces
The receptors for dynamic equilibrium respond to rotation forces.
chemical equilibrium is dynamic process because in it rate of forward reaction is equal to rate of backward reaction
The dynamic equilibrium is created by ozone. It is formed by continues creation and depletion.
From what I have learned in biology I found that dynamic equilibrium is a state of balance between continuing processes.
dynamic equilibrium exists once a reversible reaction ceases to change its ratio of reactants or products
That is the correct spelling of "dynamic equilibrium" (state of balanced gain and loss resulting in no net change).
Dynamic Equilibrium: If some forces are acting on a body horizontally or vertically, and the body remains it states of motion is called Dynamic Equilibrium. Formula: ∑ =0 Example: a train is moving with uniform velocity.
Static equilibrium and dynamic equilibrium, respectively.
macula for static equilibrium and cristae for dynamic equilibrium. All are found in the inner ear.
We are doing this in school and here's how I see it: Equilibrium is a state that can only occur in reversible reactions, it is the state in which the concentrations of the reactants and products have not yet changed with time. Dynamic equilibrium is where there are no changes in concentrations of the reactant nor product. When these rates are equal it is called dynamic equilibrium. If this answer is insufficient, look at site such as BBC Bitesize but wikipedia might not be suitable.
A chair has static equilibrium ... a bicycle has dynamic equilibrium.Dynamic implies movement while staticimplies stationary, but that is a bit misleading. Take an object traveling with a constant velocity in deep space (no air resistance and no gravity). It could be viewed as being as much at rest as an object sitting on a table. The mathematical or chemical use of equilibrium is better. In these cases there is no net change over time even though energy maybe expended. If a steady-state situation in which a reverse process is occurring has a corresponding forward process, at a rate which achieves an exact balance, it is said to be in dynamic equilibrium. With regard to the pressure and volume of water sealed in an exhausted vessel at a constant temperature, a balanced state of constant change is possible in which molecules are constantly being exchanged between ice, water, and water vapour phases. By definition this balanced state of constant change is dynamic equilibrium. Static equilibrium can refer to a steady-state situation with no dynamic forces acting on its potential energy in either reverse or forward processes. By definition, in a state of staticequilibrium there is balance, but no change, disturbance or movement.
it is the maximum number of resources an animal can eat
b. the reaction does not stop when equilibrium is achieved
Dynamic. Static would indicate a total lack of motion. The word dynamic indicates change. Because there is zero net acceleration, it is moving (dynamic) but is also in equilibrium.
the type of equilibrium that occurs when an allele frequencies do not change is dynamic equilibrium :)
In the semicircular canals