What are some examples of oscillating motion?
A swing oscillates and newton balls. A grandfather bell clock chimes oscillate as well as your eyes! :)
Rotary motion is turning round in a circle, such as a wheel turning. Linear motion is moving in a straight line, such as on a paper trimmer. Reciprocating motion is moving backwards and forwards in a straight line, as in cutting with a saw. Oscillating motion is swinging from side to side, like a pendulum in a clock.
some examples of motion are: 1.soldiers in a march past. 2.motion of the earth around the sun. 3.motion of a swing. 4.motion of a pendulum. 5.pedal of a bicycle in motion. 6.hands of an athlete in a race. 7.bullock cart moving on a straight road. 8.motion of a branch of a tree. 9.motion of a blade of an electric fan. 10.motion of a top.
A Linear Motion Is Not Just A Mechanical Motion But The Real Meaning To Linear Is Where Something Goes From One Place To Another And Doesn't Return E.G. From Point A To Point B (The other 3 motions are; Reciprocating (one place to another and back), Rotary (goes round) and Oscillating Motion (goes in a straight line but curves)
A vehicle traveling at exactly 60 mph down a perfectly straight road. This is uniform motion. Uniform motion is when an object is moving in a straight line at a constant speed. A car on a busy road. The motion of the car is traveled in same speed is called uniform motion. The car is going in retardation motion is called uniform motion
Examples of transverse waves include seismic S (secondary) waves, and the motion of the electric (E) and magnetic (M) fields in an electromagnetic plane wave, which both oscillate perpendicularly to each other as well as to the direction of energy transfer. Therefore an electromagnetic wave consists of two transverse waves, visible light being an example of an electromagnetic wave. See electromagnetic spectrum for information on different types of electromagnetic waves. An oscillating string is another…
Kinetic energy is the energy of motion, and is defined as one half of mass times the square of velocity. Evidence of kinetic energy include Examples of: Orbital motion: moons about the planets, or the planets around the sun. The motion of the stars in a galaxy, orbiting satellites and space vehicles. Random linear motion: On a molecular level, vibrations of molecules, gas molecules bouncing around a room. Rotational or torquing motion: spinning flywheels, rolling…
A fairly easy one to understand is the random motion of atoms or molecules in a gas or liquid. The constituent particles are all just "wandering around" in the substance, and they bump into each other and anything that is containing them or to which they are exposed. That's a lot of non-uniform motion.