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Asked in Physics
What is centripetal drainage pattern?
Centripetal drainage pattern: This is the drainage pattern, as the term 'centripetal' implies, in which the streams drain radically inwards, either towards a single main stream which drains the basin, or to a lake which may or may not have an outlet. Such patterns are found on sinkholes, craters and other basin-like depressions. This drainage pattern is also called endorheic drainage which refers to an inward flowing pattern of drainage in the world's semi-arid zones. Seasonal rivers, subject to flash floods, flow towards larger basins, occupied...
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
What direction is the carpal region to brachial region?
It is called as centripetal. That is towards the centre. The reverse direction is called as centrifugal. ...
Asked in Business and Industry
What is the meaning of functional department and what its function?
A functional region is a type of region that is characterized by its function such as a drainage basin, city-region, or a metropolitan area. ...
How does centripetal force change the motion of an object?
Centripetal or radial force is a force that is associated with circular motion. Thus centripetal force is a label given to any force, pointed towards the center of circular motion, that alters object's motion so that this object moves in a circle around a centre. ...
Asked in Physics
What forces are associated with rotational motion?
Centrifugal force and centripetal force are associated with rotational motion. Centrifugal force draws a rotating body away from the center of rotation. Centripetal force is usually the cause of circular motion. Answer2: The curl force is associated with rotational motion, F =cDelxP = 1RxP cp/r sin(P) = 1RxP ma sin(P). Rotational motion is a vector and the rotational force is a vector, 1RxP. ...
What is the difference between centripetal force and centripetal acceleration?
force is the product of mass of the body in circular motion and centripetal accleration ...
Asked in Health, Nigeria, Technology
What are different types of drainage systems?
* In geomorphology, a drainage system is the pattern formed by the streams, rivers, and lakes in a particular watershed. They are governed by the topography of the land, whether a particular region is dominated by hard or soft rocks, and the gradient of the land. See: Drainage system (Geomorphology). * In agriculture, a drainage system is an intervention to control waterlogging aiming at soil improvement for agricultural production. See: Drainage system (agriculture). * In industrial and residential areas, a drainage system is...