a pulley and wheel and axle
They use a ski-lift. The ski-lift pulls them up-hill - against the force of gravity until they reach the top of the run. They then ski back down the slope.
A good use of electricity would be to use electric motors to drive the ski lift. Also, electric lights could be used to illuminate the area round the ski lift at night.
The purpose of a pulley is that it can lift heavier things at a quicker pace. Some examples of a pulley is a ski lift and alot of Roller Coasters have them also. I hope i have helped at least a little bit!!! (:
Frictional energy is converted to heat.
The uphill journey is a pull; the motors must pull the weight uphill. The downhill journey while of course being influenced by the pull of gravity is simply not enough by itself to power the entire thing. There is no pushing involved.
An Inclined Plane
An Inclined Plane
Hall Ski-Lift was created in 1954.
Depending on the type of lift you could get mauled by the machinery or you could go back down the lift in the cabin...
The first purpose built ski lift was built in 1908 in Schwarzwald in Germany.
Monkeyzman87: There are many websites that tell you. you get a belt and put it on the ski lift
A lift or pulley that takes a skier from one place on the mountain to the other
There are several ski lift passes available at Breckenridge. Some possible options are the Epic Ski Pass and the Tahoe Interchange Ski Pass. You can find them on the Ski Bundle website.
T Bar That is a kind of ski lift. You often hear it being called a chair lift but this name does not apply to magic carpets, platter lifts or t bars, so the best name would be simply a lift, as this applies to all types of ski lifts.
Go to the ski shop and take the belt of the penguin and then put it on the ski lift . Its really funny you see his underpants.
A ski lift is operated by a pulley; they need them to operate the lift; without them, there would only be a cable and chair lift floating in mid- air
you have to find the other ski lift on the mountain then ride that one. if you go back down it should work.