You will use more fuel if your tyres are over flated or underflated?
Yes. Bigger tyres=> more friction => more strain on engine=> more fuel used
rough tires get more traction thus, like sliding.
There are several possible results; including wheel spin, which will waste fuel, damage your tyres and more importantly reduce the amount of control you have.
Yokohoma Tire Company make Prestivo Tyres. Yokohoma are generally seen as one of the top end tyre brands. In a bid to make their tyres more affordable and to appeal to people on a more of tight budget they introduced Prestivo Tyres. Prestivo isn't classed as budget, as more of a mid range tyre.
There is less contact between the tyres of the cars and the road surface on rainy days. The rainwater filling up the grooves of the tyres and the rainwater on the surface of the road prevent the tyres from gripping more tightly to the road surface. In other words, water reduces the friction between the tyres and the road surface. (This is the exact answer! Did a lot of research to come up with this… Read More
yes it do affects ur fuel effi iency ...the reason being that due to frictional losses due to wiz it causes decrease in fuel efficiency...the tyres provided by the manufacturers are the best the reason being before any car is manufactured total research n development is done..
Flabby tyres produce more friction with the road. Less air pressure creates more surface friction, the less surface friction there is the better. (Example look at the very skinny narrow tyres on road racers as they don't need a lot of surface friction while mountain bikes have thick tyres as they need more friction)
wide tyres have high grip and traction acc to physics pressure=force/area more the area less will be the pressure so to maintain stability on high loads trucks are provided with big tyres also truck is easy to stear on low pressure
They grip more road surface.
Because the amount of weight they Cary would cause the tyres to break down under the strain so they put more tyres under to share the weight.
The tyres are usually 22.5 or 24.5 (with owner/operators being more prone to using the 24.5s than company fleets), and your low profile tractors will run 19.5 tyres. I can't say what the rim dimensions are for the low profile tyres, but your 22.5s and 24.5s are typically 11R22.5/11R24.5.
They go to a air bar and put more air in the tyres.
Tanks don't use tyres - they use steel caterpillar tracks.
Simply put, wider tires (or tyres) create more friction with the ground, resulting in more traction. More traction = more control which is desirable.
Slick tyres are tyres without tread. The tread is only there so that water can be pushed into it on a wet track. On a dry track no tread is needed and therefore you will get more contact with the road without it, allowing the cars to accelerate/brake/corner faster. Therefore slick tyres are used as they are faster in dry conditions.
Less grip on the road surface. Bald tires are also more likely to hydroplane.
Those tyres are called full wet weather tyres or full wets. They are heavily grooved tyres that can provide maximum grip even under heavy rain. There is also a slightly less grooved tyre called the Intermediates which can be used under conditions of light rain or drizzle. Full wets are significantly slower than intermediates which are slower than the dry tyres or slicks are they are more commonly called.
Front tyres wear faster on FWDs and with understeer, more worn tires will be more permeable to air. In fact unless you like doing heaps of fishys, doughys and burnouts, your tyres will wear faster than the front in any well balanced car.
no some people will sell second hand tyres more than they do with new you are better off buying new tyres they will last so much longer and they dont have as many problems if you buy tyre you should go for mitchulin because they stop 3 meters less than normall or second hand tyres
F1 tyres are filled with Nitrogen since it is a more stable gas than air
Firstly check that the tyres don't have uneven wear - the front tyres might be worn more than the inside than the outside or vice versa, if they are rotate with the rear tyres, provided they have even wear. Then check your wheel balance, this has to be done in a garage. Hope fully these steps should fix the problem.
The larger the engine and the more cylinders it has the more fuel is "injected" into the cylinders ising more fuel
Tyres tend to loose more air in cold weather rather than hot!
Any vehicle will consume fuel by a process called combustion. In order for a conventional engine to run, it requires air, fuel, spark and compression. Air is drawn through the intake system, cleaned by an air filter, and is mixed with fuel just before it enters the combustion chamber. It is then ignited by the spark plugs and the mixture combusts creating the forces necessary to run the engine. The more load you place on… Read More
Is radial tire better than tubeless tires and which better reduces the risk of accidents in the event of leak in the tire Can one still drive to safety?
Radial tyres are mostly tubeless nowdays and are the best available in the market. Radial Tubeless tyres use wire construction which distributes load and grip on the road evenly and is the best technology used. Compared to the old and cheap non-radial tube tyres which are more risky to drive in case of tyre failure. Drive safe wear a helmet weather your tyres are radial tubeless or not.
There are many types of quad bikes on the market today. The cost of a set of 4 tyres would depend on the type of bike you have and the grade of tyre you require.Road tyres are far more expensive than off-road ones due to the grip depth regulations and laws; a full set of good road tyres would cost between Â£250-Â£300 whereas a set of off-road tyres could cost between Â£70 and Â£250.
Diesels run on only needing fuel and air to operate. The more load that is demanded out of the engine means that the injectors are going to open up and meter more fuel. And with more fuel comes more air (ie: superchargers, and turbochargers) So the more fuel that is need the more air is need also. So the more fuel you can add to your engine, the more horse power will be produced.
Car tyres are made of up more than one element, at least carbon and hydrogen.
The heavier it is the stronger the engine has to be. And the stronger the engine the more fuel will it burn. And the more fuel it burns the more fuel has to be carried in the rocket. And the more fuel the rocket has to lift the stronger the engine has to be.
Friction can have many effects on a moving car. It depends on the situation under discussion. If the tyres are brand new, more friction will be experienced as the grooves of the tyres will interlock with the surface of the road. But when the tyres are wearing away, their surface becomes relatively smooth. Friction will not have as great an effect. If the road is layered with snow, friction will be minimal and the car… Read More
Rubber will have a high coefficient of friction on most surfaces, but we cannot know whether there is more or less friction unless we have something to compare it to.
Yes. For road traveling vehicles (including heavy trucks), radial tyres are the norm, in fact, whereas you don't really see bias ply tyres so much for on-road applications - they tend to be a little more common on off-road vehicles.
A good fuel is a fuel with a great calorific value; this fuel contain more energy in the unit of mass, it is more economic.
Lighter weight, more aerodynamic, and more fuel efficient engines, transmissions, and tires.
because it uses more energey.it is faster so it uses more fuel.
you don't need fuel
Tires do not use fuel.
A car has to be fuel efficient. It means it has to completely burn the fuel.
What is wrong with a 1999 Suzuki Esteem when it squeals while driving and turning and is very hard to turn?
Sounds like you need some more air in your tyres
Put more fuel in. idiot.
The heavier it is the stronger the engine has to be. And the stronger the engine the more fuel will it burn. And the more fuel it burns the more fuel has to be carried in the rocket. And the more fuel the rocket has to lift the stronger the engine has to be. While some Spacecrafts are not light weight such as the Apollo 11 But is the Largest And Fastest That Got to… Read More
One of the things i am doing to get my car more fuel efficient is to use a fuel catalyst. Most cars burn their fuel at 93-97% efficiency, leaving the unburned fuel as hydrocarbon deposits in the combustion chamber. Fuel Infusion helps your engine burn fuel more efficiently.
Purely for safety and economical purposes. Tyres with no threads have no grip and can be very dangerous to drive on. Tyres that are defect can also cause the car not roll smoothly which uses more petrol to power the car. Hydroplaning is only fun if you are not the owner of the vehicle! It CAN be quite dangerous to do so.
fuel injectors "atomize" the liquid fuel (gasoline or diesel). this means that they break the liquid into very small droplets. this increases the overall surface area of the fuel and allows more of the fuel to be oxygenated (burned), creating more power.
Trucks are larger heavy, and more powerful. They take more fuel. Using the formula Force = Mass x Acceleration, You know that with more to get the same Acceleration (speed) with more Mass, you need way more Force (which is made by fuel being burnt.)
hi if your wondering how to get more fuel you go where you first came in at in the basement and beside the stairs is some kersosene that is a type of fuel click on it and ther you you have the fuel bye yall your little helper sydney grace comp
175R14C (175/80R14). Load rating (99/98N) 8ply VAN tyre Not easy to find this size and load rsting any more from the premium brands. Yokohama R818 is available via National Tyres; Barum (part on Continental tyres) do one, so do Hankook. Kumho tyres mid-range/mid-price Korean brand. Quite a few budget brands still doing this size/load, but generally these are Chinese manufacture and Chinese tyres don't seem to perform well in brake testing - in the CAR… Read More
Yes, the more weight on a plane, the more fuel it must burn to reach its destination, the more the airline has to pay for fuel.
The diesel engine is generally more reliable, has more power, and more fuel efficient. The diesel engine is generally more reliable, has more power, and more fuel efficient.
It will use more fuel if you remove the catalytic converter.