No. The car is applying a force to keep going up the hill and the hill and car are providing forces to keep it up. Read More
When a car going up hill on a one lane road comes across another car going down hill who should back up?
This isn't AS straight-forward as it sounds! When a vehicle at the bottom of a hill, before starting up the hill, sees a vehicle already coming DOWN, the vehicle's driver who wants to go UP should WAIT at the bottom of the hill. Period. However, if the vehicle wanting to go UP would end up sitting on railroad tracks while waiting, the driver should back up to the other side of the railroad tracks to… Read More
There are many forces that can slow down a car. The one most people think of is friction in the brakes. The brakes squeeze the wheel rotors, which slows down the car. There is also a small force of air resistance on the car when it is moving, and that will slow it down slightly. Another force that can slow down a car is gravity, when a car is going up a hill. Read More
There could be many reasons why a car will lack power when going up a hill. The car could need a tune up or the transmission maybe having problems. Read More
The car is being acted upon by gravity and friction. The reason that the car doesn't slide down the hill is because friction is keeping the car in place. Read More
At the steepest point near the bottom of the hill Read More
The same way it acts on any other objects. If the forces are balanced, there will be no acceleration. Read More
All cars generally suffer from the stresses of opposite forces acting upon the car, this force in question is known as gravity.... funnily enough Read More
A car going down-hill ! It's moving - the plane in the hangar is static. Read More
yes. if you have the car going down hill the car will go faster if you have it going up the car will go slower if you have it going strait the car will go slower too... IT will get horrible gas milege!!!lol Read More
Car drivers need accelerate constantly while going up hill whereas they use the brakes more when going down hill?
Yes that's right Read More
What happens if you hit the front of a car coming up hill when you skid on black ice going down hill on a one way road and a car hits you behind after?
you crash! Read More
G forces are most prevelant. The downforce on the car is generated by wings usually. the unsprung weight is outside of the springs(obviously), the sprung weight is better for cornering ability of the car. Read More
Yes, but the sum of the forces is zero in this case. Typically, the motor pulls the car forward, whereas the air resistance, and resistance with the road, pulls the car backwards. Read More
The unbalanced force would build acceleration. Read More
Air resistance / drag and friction are both forces which act in the opposite direction to the motion of a car Read More
The engine doesn't have to use as much fuel when the car is traveling downhill. Read More
inertia, centrifugal force Read More
kinetic energy from the engine whereas opposite force act on it called friction.. Read More
A race car travels along a raceway at a constant velocity of 200 kmh what horizontal forces act and what is the net force acting on the car?
Drag forces are trying to slow the car down. Engine power to the wheels generates force that equals the drag, and keeps the car travelling at a constant speed. The sum of all forces on the car are zero, which is why it is not accelerating or decelerating. Read More
The low trac light came on while going up your driveway and the car couldn't make it up the hill the car lost all power how do I get home if the car can't make it up the hill?
I would start by going into your fuse panal, and unplugging the fuse for your ABS system. This should disable your traction control. Read More
by going down hill while car coming at u n from there u hippy jump Read More
Imagine that you are sitting in a parked car by the highway Use the properties of moving fluids to explain the forces hat act on your car if another car speeds by very close to your car?
They crash because of less pressure Read More
friction thats what wow if you didnt know that that's just straight up sad Read More
You wouldn't want to be going down an incline (a hill) and find you have no brakes! Read More
The car going down hill symbol on the speedometer. What does it indicate? Read More
Going down a hill, not being parked, and getting pushed. Read More
A car is driven up a hill at a constant speed Discuss all the forces acting on the car What pushes it up in the hill?
The forces acting on the car include: 1) Weight (mass x gravity) of the car. 2) Normal force between the inclined plane at each tire (perpendicular to the inclined plane). 3) Force of static (rolling) friction acting between the tires and the inclined plane (parallel to the plane and acting against the direction of rotation of the tires). 4) Force exerted by the car on the plane (parallel and opposing friction on the inclined plane)… Read More
depends on how fast you are going Read More
You are running out of fuel. As you are going up the hill, the fuel is sloshing around causing sudden fuel starvation to the engine. Read More
speed! a moving car is having a force greater than the friction of the tires/air (and gravity on a steep upward hill) applied to it, and is moving forward. The force can come from the engine, or external forces. Read More
If a car is traveling on the highway at a constant velocity the force that pushes the car forward must be?
1. force that moves a car forward is the friction force between the tires and the road (ignoring what is going on mechanically in the car) 2. if the car is travelling at constant velocity, net force is zero - forces pushing car forward are equal to forces pushing car back Read More
when going up a hill you can really notice the gears are jumping when changing. Also the car is also making a grinding sound. Is this the transmission? Read More
Sounds like you have an older 4 cylinder car. I had a Pontiac 2000 4 cylinder that did that. Read More
Car on hill a car on a hill a pecil on a hill Read More
unless you have chains or studs it would be 0 friction Read More
forward velocity, provided by the engine turning the wheels air resistance, slowing the car down due to it colliding with air molecules friction, slowed by the friction of the tyres with the road any other forces are not constant during motion of the car ( e.g gravity up or down a hill) Read More
The CV joint being loose is one of the main causes for a car shaking while it is going uphill. However, a faulty AC and faulty engine could also be the problem. Read More
None. It is at rest. No forces. Read More
Acceleration means: Any change of speed or direction. Three simple examples are: 1). the car slowing down, because of either mashing the brake or going up a hill; 2). the car speeding up, because of either mashing the gas pedal or going down a hill; 3). the car going around a curve in the road, even of its speed doesn't change. Read More
the car going uphill has the right of way because the person going downhill has more traction backing up -ms.princezzz Read More
There is downforce caused by air going over your car and on your spoiler. there is wind resistence force from ahead of you. there is a friction force from the water, gravel, pavement on your tires. other than that i can't think of any more EXTERNAL forces Read More
Gravity and friction. You need to keep the accelerator pressed to compensate for loss in speed. Read More
may be second gear or third gear with preparetion before you go down hill Read More