Most likely this is caused by the cv (constant velocity) joint. Part of the front wheel drive system on your car. It is important to have this part replaced as this is a sign of the part failing and when it lets go you wont. Go that is. Visit a local auto shop and have the part replaced as soon as you can.
during takeoff and landing
Yes, as long it is not on during takeoff.
Every aircraft have their own procedure . mostly in airlines when u r in takeoff run u will calculate v speeds and depends on that the procedure will vary . for example you got one engine failure during takeoff run and its before V1 speed you can abort the takeoff and if you already crossed V1 speed you must takeoff and then you can follow the A/C engine failure procedure to land back asap using single engine.
The flaps help to increase lift, which is essential to the landing and takeoff phase[s].
Yes, but they should be stowed during takeoff and landing.
None of the spacecraft exploded during takeoff. Apollo 13 had an explosion while in the translunar coast phase of their mission, but that was more than a day after takeoff.
Safety belts during takeoff and landing and while en route; shoulder harnesses during takeoff and landing.
You might get receive an order to "Hold short of runway" before takeoff, but not during takeoff. That just means that the tower wants you to remain on the taxiway because another aircraft is taking off or landing and hasn't yet cleared the runway. Once you're "cleared for takeoff" you can taxi onto the runway and takeoff
V2 is the actual speed at 35 ft above the runway as demonstrated in flight during takeoff with one engine inoperative. a.k.a. - takeoff safety speed.
Yes, they will just ask you to turn them off during takeoff and landing
Challenger was destroyed during takeoff on STS-51-L. (January 28, 1986)
Yes, a B777 plane sounds EXACTLY like a racing car during takeoff!!
The purpose of a launch rail is to hold the rocket steady during takeoff so that the rocket isn't tipped
Yes, with ear buds. You cannot play it during takeoff or landing, but in flight is OK.
They hurt because you are going up in altitude causing presure to build and push on your ear drumANSWER: they should really only hurt if you're popping them. when u swallow or yawn they usually pop. but if you do it every now and then, the popping shouldn't hurt. one occasion where it probably will hurt is if you fall asleep during takeoff or landing. it will hurt because you went up to a really high altitude and you haven't adjusted because u were asleep. during the meals, if there are any, it's the best time to get a lot of the popping out because you're swallowing and chewing which are simple and easy methods to make the ears better.hope that helped! ;)
Tighten the power steering belt. Why are you trying to steer during start up?
Rotational speed is the propeller slipstream and engine torque all contrive to make the airplane turn left during takeoff.
Exploding during takeoff is quite common for spacecraft, you'll have to be more specific.
During acceleration? I'm not sure. But when both idling and acceleration the engine's combustion can cause a lot of vibration in the steering wheel if you are in an older vehicle.
you loose control of steering cause your steering wheel locks up
yeah there are lot of procedures, checklists and other stuff that the pilot or te copilot make while the pilot or the copilot flies the plane during the landing or during takeoff
Only during landing and takeoff. Cell phones interfere with their radio communication. The phones are really the problems but don't use any technology on landing or takeoff because the flight attendants will give you a dirty look and ask you to turn it off
Will not move, shake on acceleration, or a popping noise during turns.