The amount of cargo that a train can carry depends on the size of the train and the number of cars it carries. If a train is large and has many cars it can carry a lot of cargo.
It depends on their purpose. Some are Tankers, they hold liquid cargo. Some are Container ships, they hold cargo that is already in steel contaners that can also be transported by rail or truck. RO-RO is a ship that is designed with a large ramp that can be lowered so that the cargo ( things that are drivable ) can be driven on and off the vessel. Bulk Cargo ships carry grain or other granular… Read More
The large Spanish galleons were meant to carry heavy cargo, and even with added sails they were much slower than the ships pursuing them.
The particles are to heavy for the air to carry them. I hope this answer your question:)
obviously to carry oil from one one place to another of importance
If you consider the "most cargo" to be by weight or volume then the answer would be a Supertanker. VLCC stands for Very Large Crude Carriers. These tankers can carry up to 400,000 tons of crude oil and are over 1,000ft in length.
you can move more cargo for less fuel on a ship than you can on a plane. plus there are things too heavy for planes (aka machinery, large vehicles, other ships)
Depends entirely of the plane. A small aircraft, such as the Piper Cub can carry a few hundred pounds. Large cargo aircraft may carry 75 tons or more.
It made it easier to carry large cargo long distances across the ocean faster.
No, there were not. Aircraft were just coming into use in World War 1. They did not have the cargo capacity to carry large amounts of people or cargo. Most were lucky to handle two people.
Ports are important to international trade because they enable large ships to carry large amounts of cargo across large expanses of Ocean to trade with foreign countries.
A truck is a large and heavy motor vehicle designed for work such as hauling freight by road.
They are all called cargo ships. If they carry a special kind of cargo, then they are sub-categorized into Oil: VLCC = Very Large Crude Carrier ULCC = Ultra Large Crude Carrier Transporters/Ferries: RO-RO = Roll On, Roll Off Other categories: Bulk Carriers Container ships Oil Tankers Gas Tankers Car Carrier
Most airliners are not equipped with the extra large cargo door that this would require. However, cars can and have been hauled on cargo jets, which are generally stripped-down versions of airliners.
They can break, just like any other vehicle. However, they're designed for much rougher use than a civilian vehicle is. They have a very heavy suspension, designed to carry large amounts of weight across uneven terrain, they tend to be designed with solid state circuitry, they're heavily armoured to provide protection to the vehicle and crew, and they're typically designed to be simple enough to be worked on and maintained in the field.
Large automobiles(a car is an automobile too) that sometimes carry heavy loads. yo mammma
Aircraft are many weights from about 1,000 pounds fro a small Cessna to over 1,000,000 pounds for many large cargo jets.
The main advantage of ship over other forms of cargo transportation is its per-unit cost. By far, is the cheapest way of carrying large amounts of cargo. Also, vessels can carry larger and/or heavier cargoes than other means of transportation.
Ship, or large boats, are built to carry people, animals, and cargo across the large bodies of water. Large counties have Navies, which are military people that fight their wars on the high seas in ships of various sizes. These military ships carry there solders and the weapons to wars anywhere on the globe.
Carabaos use their large backs to carry heavy loads. Being a water buffalo, a carabao can weigh over 1 thousand pounds, so they move a lot of weight around daily.
In addition to large carts pulled by mules, oxen and even horses, the ancient Romans made use of cargo ships to transport heavy loads over long distances.
It actually depends on witch viking ship you are asking about the viking long ships were built for speed and had to be maneuverable enough that they could just pull in at land and not have to tie the boats up these ships would carry up to 28 men but couldn't carry much cargo but the viking merchant ships were built mainly for carrying large amounts of cargo that could way up to 4 tons… Read More
A pulley is a simple machine that helps you carry heavy objects without using a large amount of force.
How does the Boeing 747 Large Cargo Freighter connect the flight controls fuel lines hydraulic lines wire bundles etc through its swing tail?
The tail doesn't swing. The nose opens upward, or there is a cargo door cut in the fuselage on the left side behind the wing -The tail DOES swing, The 747-400LCF is a specially designed freighter to move haul parts of the 787 over large distances, this plane has an enormous cargo bay in the middle, and the tail section can be swinged open to load/unload large cargo.
A glider is generally designed to carry a maximum of two people. However, large gliders with more wing surface area can support more weight.
The RMS Titanic was a civilian liner, not any form of a warship. It was not designed to either mount torpedoes (for use against other vessels), nor was designed explicitly to be able to survive a torpedo hit. In addition, given the size of then-current torpedoes and the design and layout of the Titanic's cargo holds, it is highly unlikely that the Titanic would have been able to carry such a weapon even as cargo… Read More
A common use of flatbed trucks is to transport heavy large cargo to places where railway transport is not an option. They are used primarily for products that are not delicate of vulnerable to the rain.
To get from place to place faster, to get to many places inaccessible by cars or trains, ( we still have MANY places like that in BC. ) and to carry large amounts of people and cargo long distances.
They are called that because they are designed to carry many boxes, just as large trucks are designed in a rectangular shape. This shape allows more boxes to be packed inside than a rounded shape does.
The word is Omnibus - a large motor vehicle designed to carry passengers. The Latin prefix 'omni' meaning all or every...
Perjury can sometimes carry a heavy penalty. In most states perjury is a felony that can have a large fine and significant jail time.
In Europe at the time of King Arthur men wore very heavy armor and carried heavy weapons. Their horses also wore heavy protective armor. So the horses had to be large and strong. They used large draft breeds or draft-thoroughbred crosses. More than a particular breed they needed a "type". Large and strong that could carry all that weight.
That depends on the helicopter obviously. Some small machines have a max load of 100 Kg, while large cargo helicopters can carry over 15,000 Kg.
It depends on the size of the camera! Some cameras are quite small and light, while others are large and heavy.
An electron microscope is a very large and heavy piece of equipment. It is too big for one person to carry. When it is moved it is separated into smaller components, some of which still require hoists and lifts to move.
The advantages of a rail network are its low operating costs, durability, and longevity. They offer the most affordable method for moving heavy cargo and large numbers of passengers across long distances.
Any device which is too heavy, large, or fragile to carry around with you. Personal Computers (PC's) are the best example that comes to mind.
A party bus is a large motor vehicle usually derived from a conventional bus or coach, but modified and designed to carry 10 or more people for recreational purposes.
One of the reasons arthropods on land aren't as large as those in water is the fact their exoskeleton would be too heavy to carry, but water carries the animal. Gravity is less of a bother in water. Just look at a swimming whale versus a beached whale :P
Commercial trucks are big because they usually carry large cargo or equipments like concrete mixers, suction excavators. They require a lot of power and configuration in order to operate properly.
The phrase "having broad shoulders" indicates that you can carry a large/heavy burden for example the mythological icon Atlas who bears the weight of the world on his shoulders.
Not exactly. A laptop is one type of computer designed to be very portable, but there are many many other types of computers (most far too large and heavy to be portable).
Passenger planes are used for commercial and transport purposes and they are able able to accomodate many people (at least 100+) while fighter planes are used for fighting in wars and military purposes and they can only accomodate pilots (no passengers at all). They also carry bombs and other military weapons. From this, we can conclude that fighter planes are usually smaller and can fly faster (faster than the speed of sound, calculated in machs)… Read More
Clouds carry large amounts of water vapor. Also, fog and steam carry large amounts of water vapor but is not as large or condence amount.
The huge three deck large cannon warships were powerful but they were also slow due to their size and weight. Naval architects soon began to compliment their navy's large warships with smaller and faster ones. These were less heavy and less expensive to build. They had much smaller cannons and fewer of them then the large three deck heavy cannon warships. These smaller and faster ships were able to capture large cargo vessels and even… Read More
Coffee is shipped from Colombia to UK via plane. It is also sent via cargo and commercial ships. The latter has large containers that carry tons of Colombian coffee for UK shops, distributors, and restaurants.
A female horse's reproductive tract is much more like a human's, with a uterus designed to carry a single foal at a time. The uterine body is large and the uterine horns are relatively short. A female dog's uterus is essentially Y shaped and designed to carry multiple puppies. Each puppy has it's own placenta.
Before the widespread use of railways, any cargo would likely be shipped by canal boat - heavy or otherwise. However, one of the largest requirements for the Industrial Revolution was for coal to be burned to generate power. Canals were the ideal medium (for a while) to ship these large cargoes long distances from coalfields to factories.
Yes. In the past passenger ships were frequently merged with mail ships the capacity for the cargo was lessened because of the room required for berths . By creating large containers which could be (a) filled to capaciity, (b) made of a reglar shape (c)handled by large cranes ratehr than human labour holds were filled much more economically and more stable. Tis allowed larger ships to be created specificcally for teh task of carry cargo… Read More
CRTs are way too big, heavy, and dangerous (CRTs carry a extremely large charge that is potentially lethal when exposed due to improper servicing or handling) for laptops.