Tires need balancing?
These are only two of many possible causes.
I had a similar problem once and it had something to do with my brakes, I'd get them checked if i were you
Well Saturn is a giant gas planet, so i would guess gas? And Saturn actually has thunderstorms that can last from days to months!And its wind speeds can be as high as one thousand mph.
No, slow vibrations make a low pitch. Fast vibrations make high pitches.
5 vibrations per second are made with high c
well... there are many different causes for vibrations. The most common cause for steering wheel vibration at high speed is poor wheel alignment.
So-called "fast vibrations" cause "high pitched" sounds. Very fast vibrations cause very high pitched sound. Slow vibrations cause low pitched sound. You get the picture. The "speed" of vibrations relates to the frequency of the sound that is produced by them.
Warped brake rotors will cause pulsation (or vibrations at high speeds) when the brakes are applied. This may also go on to misalign the calipers and cause other vibration related damages.
Because your motor is spinning faster at higher speeds causing higher rpm's
A loud knocking noise in the motor of a car at high speeds is most likely the engine. There could be another issue with the transmission if the knocking only happens at high speeds.
You can't. Saturn does not have a surface from which to exert a downward thrust.
Heat, light and, if in an atmosphere, sound.
Wind speeds vary during a each thunderstorm. The strength of the storm decides how fast the wind speeds may be.
Vibration exciters are active systems and can generally be used for high-precision excitation of structures to vibrations and for the specific reduction of structural vibrations.
high speeds a wind
A car that is jerking at high speeds probably needs a tune-up. Barring any major mechanical issue, this will solve the problem.
Yes, they do. That's why on T.V., when they show something done really fast, their voices are high pitched.
violent,tropical,cyclonic storms with high storms with high speeds
The frequency. How many vibrations per second. A high frequency is perceived as a "high pitch", a low frequency as a "low pitch". Note: Humans can hear sounds between about 20 and 20,000 Hz (vibrations per second).
Definately avoid driving at high speeds, and get it in to see a mechanic to see what is going on. It might be nothing, but it could be something serious.