How much force does it take to bend rubber?
This sounds like a homework question. Hint, define your parameters, and ask where the force is applied.
a bit of force, not allot of force.
Depends on the person and the size of the rebar. 3/8 or 1/2 inch, grab it and bend it. 5/8 or 3/4 slide a piece of pipe over and bend. 1 inch you have to heat and bend.
force is not a think it is only in star wars
A cyclist bends so as to increase frictional force which produces enough centripetal force to enable him/her to remain a circular path(since a corner is a part of a circular path). Note:Frictional force produces centripetal force in this case
Rubber bands are usually supposed to be worn as much as possible, so I doubt it. Ask your orthodonist to be sure, but it is unlikely that he/she would want you to take rubber bands out to sleep. Remember, the more you wear them, the faster your teeth will move!
A force equal to or greater than its weight.
it takes about 9 pounds of force to break your arm
This depends on the bone; to break a finger generally doesn't take much force, but your femur or your thigh bone is harder than cement!
they are rubber bands.. but when you take them off they take a form of an animal!!!!!!!
you bend the back leg and take your skirt and hold it, and bend your legs
He said that he or a stage hand tripped over it just before a performance. he continued with the performance and he liked it so much he had it modified properly. Personally I think this is bunkum. Even on a trumpet stand the bell section would take an incredible amount of force to bend like that. If it did bend at that point, the tubing would cave in.
If you watch kevin love sport science. The 90ft shot uses 36lb of force. So it would take between 15-20lbs of force. three pointers take around 10lbs of force.
It will take 8 hours and 15 minutes to drive from Berkeley to Bend.
force in horse power for rocket at the time of launching
550 lbs. of pressure
depends on what you mean by " bend" take a 20' bar ,stick it in a 10" vise and it will " bend " by itself take a 10" bar ,stick it in a vise and put a torch to it ,and a child can bend it so.... can a woman bend a 1" steel bar? Probably if she puts her mind to it.
Before eating, you should take your rubber bands out. You can eat with rubber bands, but I'd prefer to take them out and then put them back in later.
25 newtons or 6 lbs
It take 176 miles to get from Portland to Bend
Rubber never decomposes!
it only takes as much force at it would take to bite a carrot, however we have indicators in our brain that tell us not to do so.
The same way u take care of a metal one. I just wash it with soap and water then dry it. That's pretty much it.
Malleability is the ability for something to bend. To test malleability you simply need to take the object and bend it.
Anecdotal: Following experiments shooting cupronickel blanks 3/4" in diameter and 1/16" thick (the same size as an American Penny) with an air rifle, I've found an instant force of 11 foot-pounds at 11 yards is sufficient with a 14gr steel pellet to fold a coin in half. This translates to an impact energy of 15 Joules.
Rubber takes 50 to 80 years to degrade.
One hit with a baseball bat
24 newtons i think
There force it takes to break a leg will vary depending on the age of a person. For an adult, a force of about 20 pounds is enough to break a leg.
a lot, more than you an generate without massive amounts of help from a levered force
Google Maps estimates the driving time as 4 hours and 6 minutes.
take a piece and bend it and answer it yourself
to catch, or take by force?
Shear, as in scissors or other shears, is the force that literally tries to shear something. How much force will a material take when shear force is applied? The answer to that question is quite important in some engineering applications.
it doesn't take long if you know how to do it properly, just get to the rubber which would probably take about 5-10 mins and then it comes out easily
jumping the ramp from the building at the bend in the road on the right you will see an icon of nitro, take it and go through the red flush right and jump the ramp where the repair icon, facing forward and you will see it
Well you are going to need some kind of force depending on how small the trees are.
Bend Broadband is company which offers services in the US state of Oregon. The company seems to take its name from 'Bend' which is a region or city in that State.
Rubber cement can dry in 15 minutes if it is not a very thick coat. If it is a thick coat, it will take longer.
It takes at least 2 to break an egg.
In the absence of friction or any other opposing force it takes no energy to keep an object moving at a constant speed in a straight line.
at least at a 15 mph speed
I would estimate about 240 Newtons
To take by force is to kidnap.
It means to bend your knee while supporting yourself with your other leg. Sometimes people “bend the knee” in prayer.
Mail from Charlotte to South Bend should be approximately 4 days.
In theory, any force will do. According to Newton's Second Law (F=ma; that is, force = mass x acceleration), a smaller force will take longer to slow it down.
A lot, but that doesn't mean it'll take a lot to injure your head.