# What is the upward force on a moving object with a lift at a rate of 17m per s?

If the object is moving at a constant speed, the net force on it is 0. So the upward force would have to be equal to the downward force (namely the weight of the object).

### Define lift gravity thrust and drag?

Lift: the force that lifts an object from the ground Gravity: the force that pulls an object towards the center of the Earth Thrust: the force that propels or pushes an object forward Drag: the force that slows down or prevents an object from moving and this is awesome of how the world spins and plus always remember that if you find a Dustin treat him nice or he'll eat Ur brains OH AND HIIII

### What is the force needed to lift a 2232000kg load at constant speed?

If the object is moving at constant speed, then the net force on it is zero. In order to have zero net force in the vertical direction, the lifting force is equal to the gravitational force. The gravitational force is the object's weight. With a mass of 2,232,000 kg, the object's weight is 21,873,600 newtons (4,920,712 pounds) . A force less than that much can't lift the load. A force greater than that much accelerates…

### What are aerodynamic forces?

Drag and lift. Aerodynamic forces are the forces that act on an object as it moves through a medium. Weight, thrust, lift and drag are the four forces that affect an object moving through a fluid medium. However, weight is not considered an aerodynamic force because gravitation is a field force and thrust is a mechanical force.

### Is more force is usually required to pull an object than to lift it?

To pull an object we have to apply a force against the force of friction. Force of friction depends on the weight of the body and the coefficient of friction. But to lift the same object we apply a force equal to its weight. Hence force to pull = mu* weight Force to lift = weight Hence force to pull / force to lift = mu If mu is greater than one, then force to…

### Why do you feel heavier going up a lift?

The force of the lift accelerating you upward is added to the force dur to gravity. You feel this as added weight. The same effect happens when it stops moving going downward, and the opposite occurs when you begin going down or stop going up. You are not resisting the force of gravity and you do not feel the weight; for some of that time, you are actually freefall.

### How does water help lift objects?

Water helps lift an objects via the buoyancy force. The buoyancy force is equal to the weight of water displaced by the volume of the submerged object. If this buoyancy force is equal to the weight of the object, the object will float in that position. If the object is completely submerged and the resulting buoyancy force is less than the weight of the object, it will continue to sink.

### What occurs if the air moves faster above an object than below it?

Faster-moving air exerts less pressure, so there will be force (lift) generated by the air below the object. This is the principle of powered heavier-than-air flight. The object will have a area of low(er) pressure in top than air underneath, causing lift. This is cause by the air on top being stretched out and having lower density or pressure then the bottom. If there is enough lift to counteract the weight of the object, the…

### How much force to lift 50 kilograms onto a shelf 3 meters high?

The height is irrelevant. The energy required depends on the height; the force does not. The weight of an object, and therefore the force required to lift it, is mass x gravity - about 500 Newtons. The height is irrelevant. The energy required depends on the height; the force does not. The weight of an object, and therefore the force required to lift it, is mass x gravity - about 500 Newtons. The height is…

### Why does a person lift a heavy stone immersed in water as compared to air?

If the question is asking "for what reason would a person lift a heavy stone immersed in water as opposed to air?" then the answer is buoyancy. When immersed in water there will be an upward force on the bottom of the stone due to the volume of water it has displaced. This upward force will make the stone seem lighter to the person lifting it by decreasing the amount of force they need to…