A Ford Mustang does not have a heater coil. You must be thinking of your home HVAC.
Its speed would decrease upon moving from a less dense to a more dense medium
The speed of sound is a Mach. 1 Mach for a particular medium is the distance that sound would travel through that medium in 1 second.
Refractive index value of a medium - when it is higher then the speed of light in that medium would become lower. In case of water it travels faster compared to that in glass. In case of diamond the speed is further reduced. Since the refractive index is inversely related to the speed of light in the medium.
The speed of a wave is a property of the medium, changing the speed would need a change in the medium itself. If the medium doesn't change as a wave moves, the wave speed is steady. Formula: Speed = distance divided by time
Yes it will the trans will bolt to the t5 bellhouseing and the v6 belhouseing will bolt 2 the5.0
It never would. Sound is vibration through some physical medium; the speed of sound is related to the speed of the vibrations. No physical medium can move at the speed of light, so the speed of sound could never get there.
That would depend on the medium which the light is traveling through.
97 mustang! would
Well, we know that in any material medium, the speed of sound increases along with the density of the medium. The more dense the medium, the higher the speed of sound, and the less dense the medium, the lower the speed of sound. All of this points in the direction that as the density of the medium tends toward zero, the speed of sound in it also tends toward zero. So I guess in space, where the density of material stuff is next to zero, we would expect that the speed of sound would also be next to zero. But consider this: We know that you can't hear sound in space. Since you have already made up a pretend condition for your question, saying that you can hear sound in space, why don't you go ahead and make up a speed too; whatever pleases you.
I have a 1996 mustang gt 4.6 manual transmission mostly stock and i get about 16-18 mpg
the speed of light slows in water /\ This bending is known to be the phenomenon of refraction. It is due to the change in speed of the light wave as it traverses from one medium into another medium. The speed of light in air is more than that in the water medium. So obliquely incident ray of light would bend towards the normal when it passes from air into water. Same way as it traverses from water medium into air it bends away from the normal.
Electromagnetic waves will travel with the same speed that light travels in that medium. Be careful though, the speed of light in vacuum or air is 300000 Km/s. That doesn't mean that in any medium it would be this. It depends on the nature of the medium. In any case, the first statement ALWAYS holds.
Fuse, switch, speed resistor or motor.
I would check all the hoses if they are all tight I would go ahead and replace it due to age.
Bad wheel speed sensor or cluster needs replaced
toyotas have a resistor bank in line with heater motor each speed has a different value resistor. there is no resistor on high speed. it is located on passenger side in heater duct I thank it has two screws holding it on when you get it out you will see the resistors burned
no.....the heater would have to be leaking
You might as well ask "Why doesn't a child and a cheetah run at the same speed ?" -- Sound is a mechanical vibration of a material medium, whose speed depends on the physical characteristics of the medium. -- Light is propagation of electric and magnetic fields, whose speed depends on the electrical characteristics of the medium. Why would you expect them to travel at the same speed ?
The only relay in the heater system would be for the high speed function of the blower motor. That rely would be located under the hood, on the firewall, close to the blower motor resistor.
No. This would imply that the speed of light in that medium was greater than the speed of light in a vacuum, which is physically impossible according to the theory of relativity. The relative index of refraction can be negative... that is, the speed in the medium may be faster than the speed in the surrounding environment... but the absolute IR cannot be negative.
A Ford Mustang GT would be a V8
Elastic nature, density even viscosity would affect the wave speed and amplitude
The Mach number for the speed of an object travelling through a particular medium is the ratio of the object's speed relative to the speed of sound through the same medium. The speed of sound through any medium depends on the nature and density of the medium and, as a result, so does the Mach number. In air, the Mach ratio is mostly dependent on temperature and humidity and, to a lesser extent, on altitude. Generally, Mach 1 (in air, at standard sea level conditions, and at 15 deg C) is approx 1223 kmph. So 3400 kmph would be approx 2.8 Mach. But 3400 kmph in water would be a very much lower Mach number.