### How can the inertia be destroyed?

Inertia can not be destroyed, because inertia is a form of energy and energy can not be created or destroyed it is changed into a different form of energy like light, heat, chemical, or physical energy.

### What is inertia in a 3 Phase motor?

A motor when running has inertia in the rotating parts, which is a reserve of kinetic energy. The kinetic energy is found as the moment of inertia times the square of the angular velocity.

### Why does kinetic energy depend on mass and speed?

Since kintetic energy is the energy of motion it depends on the two. mass affects inertia and inertia applies to kinetic energy. and speed is applied because the faster it going the more kinetic energy the object has.

### Does an object with potential energy have inertia?

If the object is at least slightly resistant to changes in its motion (which is at rest), then yes, it has inertia.

### Explain the term inertia?

Inertia is the energy contained in an objects motion. Its' potential to do work. A spinning top has inertia as does the World or any planet. This spinning motion can be made to do work and slows as it gives up its' energy. Mass plus spin or gravity generate power.

### Inertia Kinetic energy is the energy of motion How could you determine how much kinetic energy an object has?

by finding its mass and speed

### How is the term 'energy' defined in science?

In science, 'energy' is the ability of matter to overcome inertia and perform work.

### How is inertia related to motion?

It is the amount of energy needed to stop an object, or the amount of energy an object in motion has.

### Amount of inertia an object has depends on its?

'mass' is normally considered as providing a bodies inertia in mainstream physics text books. In fact it is better considered as momentum, because all the particles of a body of mass are constituted by 'spin' energy, which is the energy of motion. Consider a gyroscope. At rest it's inertia is dictated by it's 'mass'. When spinning it has significantly higher inertia. Ergo, motion of matter (thus momentum) increases inertia.

### What are the energy transfers when a stone is fired from a catapult?

energy is transferred from potential to kinetic energy, the spring wound back is potential energy and the inertia from flying rock is kinetic energy.

### What is electric inertia?

It is the amount of radiation emitted when accelerating a particle. It is a type of inertia because particles tend not to accelerate because they will emit photons (loose energy).

### How is thermal energy related to the rate of molecular movement?

the amount of inertia in an object

### Why does a jeepney continue to move for some time even after its engine has been switched off?

It's about inertia and kinetic energy. Everything that has mass will want to continue with what it's doing. If it's motionless, you have to overcome inertia to get it moving, and if it is moving, inertia will keep it moving until friction has used up all of its kinetic energy.

### What is the difference is between momentum and inertia?

inertia is measured in energy 1/2 mv2 momentum is measured in Kilogram metres per second Kgm/s mv momentum can be thought of as the first derivative of kinetic energy dependent on velocity.

### What are similarities of uniform linear acceleration to acceleration due to gravity?

inertia and potential energy

### What two forces create gravitational equilibrium?

The balance between mass, inertia and energy.

### What is the relationship between energy motion and forces?

The application of energy or force may cause motion if it is sufficiently large to overcome the inertia of the body on which it is acting.

### What portion of the total kinetic energy of a rolling object is translational energy?

If an object is rolling without slipping, then its kinetic energy can be expressed as the sum of the translational kinetic energy of its center of mass plus the rotational kinetic energy about the center of mass. The angular velocity is of course related to the linear velocity of the center of mass, so the energy can be expressed in terms of either of them as the problem dictates, such as in the rolling of… Read More

### What are the technologies that operate the law of inertia?

Technologies that operate on the law of inertia make use of the laws of motion for benefit. One of these is the centrifuge which is used to separate matter of different densities from each other. Another is the flywheel which generates energy from storing rotational energy generated when a car brakes.

### How does a ice skater spin fast?

By first spinning with the Arms extended, and then bringing the arms close to your body, you will spin faster. This is due to the conservation of angular momentum and energy. The equation for the amount of angular energy is (1/2)(I)(W^2) I is inertia W is angular velocity (pretend the W is lower case omega) When you have your arms and legs out, You have an increased Inertia. According to the conservation of angular energy… Read More

### What are the kinds of inertia?

There are actually 3 kinds of inertia. They are as follows : 1. Inertia of Rest 2. Inertia of Motion 3. Inertia of Direction But nowadays people consider that there are 2 kinds of inertia , inertia of rest and inertia of motion.

### What is rotational inertia?

Rotational inertia is sometimes called spin. It involves the movement of a mass around an axis. This moving mass will have some measure of kinetic energy that is due to the fact that it is spinning. The variables are the shape and the mass of the object, the way the mass is distributed within the object, the speed of its rotation, and the location of the axis of spin through the object. The moment of… Read More

### What is the energy of a moving object?

Kinetic Energy Ek=(1/2)mv2 Other related terms would be Momentum, Inertia, and someone else suggested Vector Energy in a related question.

### What is the main function of capacitor in a circuit?

Capacitor builds and stores electrical energy for a short time. Releases the stored energy to start a system that requires large initial energy to overcome inertia.

### How is water able to pass energy along?

Inertia. The energy of the wave carries the weight of the water. It also transfers energy, because the energy and the force of the wave smashing against the shore causes erosion, etc. Hope that helps!

### How does earth get its energy?

If you mean the energy that it uses to revolve around the sun, then due to Newton's First Law, the earth continues to move because of inertia. The original source of energy was initiated when the universe was created.

### How an car related to physics?

Kinetic energy- capable of movement. Inertia, when moving, and friction-brakes when slowing down.

### What is a inertia?

There is no "A inertia." Its just inertia and inertia is the measure of an objects to stay at rest or to keep moving.

### Why does a skater angular velocity increase when putting their arms in?

the equation for rotational kinetic energy (KE) is: . KE = 0.5 * I * ((rad / sec)^2), where I is the mass moment of inertia. . so if the kinetic energy remains constant, the only thing that can alter the rotation rate (rad / sec), is I, the mass moment of inertia

### How does speed affect inertia?

The more speed an object possess, the more energy is needed to change that speed. Eg. a car going 100km/h will need more energy to stop than a car going 40km/h. The faster something is travelling, the more resistant it will be to a change in its motion (inertia).

### What is measure of inertia?

Mass is a measure of inertia. Inertia is resistance to a change in motion. Mass and inertia are directly proportional. The greater the mass, the greater the inertia.

### Does the inertia of an object change as the velocity changes?

Inertia is a function of mass so, no, inertia does not change as the velocity changes. This is not strictly true, as mass changes when operating at relativistic speeds, but that requires the input of a large amount of energy using the Lorentz transformation and special relativity, something that the question probably did not intend to enter into.

### How does a bicycle stay upright when moving?

A combination of inertia and centrifugal force. The wheels, once rotating, create centrifugal force which in conjunction with gravity cause the bicycle to move forward creating inertia. the more energy put into the bike via the drivetrain, the more inertia is created and the more stable the bike becomes.

### Does inertia change with speed?

Inertia is a measurement of the amount of energy needed either to start the object moving, or to slow down or stop its movement. This depends upon the mass (weight) of the object, but more particularly its change of speed. The greater the mass (weight) of the object the greater the amount of energy needed to move it and stop it.

### Is the oldest and the most basic branch of physics it deals with such ideas as inertia motion force and energy?

Most Oldest branch in physics is Astrophysics(Astronomy). Inertia was developed by Newton in his time . its a good base for common day physics

### How does inertia affect the speed of an object?

More intertia makes it so more energy is needed in order to change the speed.

### What would happen if a planet had no inertia?

Inertia is defined by Newton's first law, "Objects in motion stay in motion, objects at rest stay at rest" If a planet had no inertia it could come to a stop or accelerate to high speeds without any force applied to it. It also would not find an orbit. Inertia is a fundamental property of the law of conservation of energy. Without it, the planet, and the universe would be quite, quite different.

### Can the inertia of an object change as the velocity changes?

INERTIA IS the amount of mass in a certain object.so the question is in fact does the mass of an object increase ? according to enstien equation 2 energy can be transfered into mass, when the e=mC speed of an object increases its speed this meens that its energy also increases , by the equation its mass also increases

### What has greater force of inertia the truck or the man?

Not "force of inertia", just "inertia". The object with the larger mass has the larger inertia.

### Newtons first law is also called the law of what?

Law of inertia. Law of inertia. Law of inertia. Law of inertia.

### Is inertia a force?

Put simply, inertia is the measure of an object's reluctance to change its state of motion. The object's state of motion may be stationary or flying through space at 20,000 km/hr. The unit for measuring inertia in the SI is the same as for mass: the Kilogram. Inertia (mass) can be expected to increase when an object is traveling at relativistic (near the speed of light) speeds. Supervisor's note: The following answer is looking for… Read More