to urge forward
Drag is simply an external force that affects the motion of airplanes and offers resistance to the motion of the plane.Drag force of a flying plane is compensated by the weight of the plane and the the the forward motion. Drag is simply an external force that affects the motion of airplanes and offers resistance to the motion of the plane.Drag force of a flying plane is compensated by the weight of the plane and the the the forward motion.
A force that tends to oppose motion
force applied to an object as a pulling motion towards a fixed or an object in equal motion with the object.
It is a kind of force that will stay in the same point, but is not reactive to the force.
If the motion doesn't change, then the net force is zero. If there is a forward force, there must be a counteracting backward force. Quite often, this backward force is friction.
It causes the object to accelerateForce = Mass x Acceleration
The definition of unbalanced force is a force that together can equal a certain number and will make a change of the objects motion. or an unequal balance of forces on an object
I think this question is not phrased very well. Any force can change objects velocity (speed+direction). If fact that is the definition of the force - F=ma any force, by definition itself, can change objects velocity. Maybe you meant what force can change objects direction of motion? In that case - any force that has a different direction (not the same as direction of motion) Any force can change an object's motion.
Friction acts as an opposition to the forward motion and inertia, exerting an antagonistic effect against motion.
Friction between surfaces.
To move an object forward from rest the thrust of forward force must be greater than the drag acting in the opposite direction. In order to keep moving at a constant velocity the forward force must equal the drag.
Answer by FutureLPGAgolferNewton's Second Law of Motion - acceleration is proportional to force.
There is no such thing as "force of inertia". The passengers are thrown forward, maintaining their initial motion. This is an application of Newton's First Law, which states that an object in motion stays in motion unless acted upon a force. The force of the car brake is acted upon the car and not on the passengers. This is why the passengers continue to move forward for a second when the car stops.
The object will not move
a force that makes a body follow a curved path
The book is experiencing inertia; a state which resists change in motion. This is represented by Newton's first law of motion which states that an object at rest will remain at rest and an object in motion will remain in motion unless acted upon by an external force. Therefore the book in the car continues to move forward until it is acting on by an external force such as the applied force of something in the book's path of motion.
A dynamic force is a term used in physics. It refers to a force combined with energy that will cause motion. It is the opposite of static force.
Pushing down on the pedal will cause the bike to move forward.
Forward motion and......... free fall
In aircraft aerodynamics, drag is the force that opposes forward motion, caused by air resistance as the aircraft is pushed forward by it's engines.
Thrust is the forward motion of the airplane provided by the engines. Lift is the upward force on an airplanes wing.
Inertia. A body, once set in motion wants to maintain that motion, until acted upon by another force.