When a body is forced to follow a curved path and be directional to the velocity of the path it is known as a centripetal force. Simply put, centripetal force is the cause of circular motion. An example is a loop within a roller coaster that goes upside down, the centripetal force is applied to the track making the coaster travel through at speed.
No; "centripetal" implies an inward force.
no, but rotation can produce centripetal force
Centripetal force f=mv2/r.
The centripetal force is equal to the gravitational force when a particular body is in a circle. For a body that is in an orbit, the gravitational force is equivalent to the centripetal force.
The gravitational force IS the centripetal force in this case.
Centripetal acceleration is caused by a centripetal force.
Centripetal acceleration =v^2/r and the centripetal force is mv^2/r.
Answer It is the force which keeps a body moving in circular motion. Centripetal force is the force that acts opposite to cetrifugal force. Centripetal force is a real force. Centrifugal force is a pseudo-force
The centripetal force
force is the product of mass of the body in circular motion and centripetal accleration
It can be a number of different forces- it depends on the situation that the centripetal force is acting in.
Centripetal force is a vector force. It has magnitude and direction. Thus, it is vector.
The centripetal force acting on the moon is the gravity from earth.
Centripetal force makes a satellite orbit a body.
Hi, Well the force is centripetal force during a body is initially attacked by the tornado,when the body started swinging in the tornado from the surface of the earth,the time when body covers some distance from downward to upward is the time when centrifugal force is applied.... That means tornado have both the centripetal force and centrifugal force..... Thanks you!
A centripetal force is, by definition, a force that makes a body follow a curved path. So, yes, a centripetal force causes rotation about a point in space.
centripetal force = mass* velocity^2/ radius. And slope of centripetal force = mass/ radius. On a graph plot the Centripetal Force on the Y axis and the velocity square on the X axis.
Yes. Centripetal is center seeking force. Centrifugal is center fleeing force.
Centripetal force is a force that keeps an object inwards, in the case of circular motion or similar.
Centripetal force is a force that makes a body follow a curved path. An example of centripetal force is gravity making something in space orbit Earth. Mud flying in circles from a tire going down the road is centripetal force.
Centripetal force Fc is given by: Fc= mv2/r
Centripetal force is a force that is required to exist to have a circular motion. Thus the centripetal force can be any force that is able to accomplish this task. Examples of centripetal forces are the gravitational force, the electromagnetic force, the frictional force, or the constraint forces. The centripetal force depends on the system that is involved in be in a spin of a rigid body, or of a planetary motion, etc. Each particular system that requires a rotation or a spin needs to have a corresponding centripetal force.
No. Centripetal force is real. Centrifugal force is a fictitious force. It really just Newton's first law of motion.