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### In which direction does a panhard rod control suspension movement?

It controlls the lateral side to side movement or keeps your rearend from shifting side to side while turning

### What is movement around a longitudinal axis called?

Rotation is the movement around a longitudinal axis.

### What is the term for movement away from the longitudinal axis of the body in the frontal plane?

Movement away from the longitudinal axis of the body in the front plane is called abduction.

Rotation

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### What does the longtitudinal axis do on an aircraft?

The longitudinal axis of an airplane is an imaginary line running lengthwise from nose to tail. Movement around the longitudinal axis is referred to as "roll" and is controlled by the ailerons. Movement about the longitudinal axis results in a… Full Answer

### Are waves on a rope and light waves are two examples of longitudinal waves?

No, neither are examples of longitudinal waves. Sound waves and compression waves in a spring are longitudinal waves. With light and rope waves, the axis of movement is 90 degrees to the direction of propagation, they are both transverse waves.

### What is the direction of particle movement that a longitudinal compressional wave creates?

the vibration move along the same direction as the direction of energy movement

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### What is direction x-axis in turning operation on lathe machine?

Moving parallel to the longitudinal axis of the workpiece the tool is called the x-axis.

### What is the purpose of a panhard rod?

The purpose of the Panhard Rod is to take up lateral forces between the axle and body thus removing load from the radius arms.

### What type of wave has movement that is parallel to the direction of the wave?

Longitudinal waves.

### Which type of wave has movement that is parallel to the direction of the wave?

Longitudinal wave.

### How do the 3 movements work on an airplane?

There are three axes of motion on an aircraft, they are the lateral, longitudinal, and vertical. The lateral axis is from wing tip to wing tip and it is responsible for pitch. The longitudinal axis is from nose to tail… Full Answer

### What best describes a longitudinal waves?

longitudinal wave consists of particles that move parallel to the motion of the wave. longitudinal wave also known as "l-waves", are waves that have the same direction of vibration as their direction of travel, which means that the movement of… Full Answer

### What is the movement of a bone around its longitudinal axis?

Rotation, like those pointless gym exercises

### What is true about the movement of the particles in longitudinal and transverse waves?

The particles in longitudinal waves travel parallel to the direction of the wave, whereas the particles in transverse waves travel perpendicular to the direction of the wave.

### What is roll on a plane?

Roll is the movement of the aircraft around it's longitudinal axis, this is a line from the nose to the tail.

### What is yaw pitching and rolling on a vehicle?

The terms 'yaw, roll and pitch' describe the three axis of rotation of a vehicle body (or, indeed, a vessel or aircraft). Roll is a rotation about the longitudinal (front to rear) axis, commonly (but not always) referred to as… Full Answer

### Is a rope wave a longitudinal wave?

No, rope wave is a transverse wave, because the direction of oscillation is perpendicular to the direction of movement of wave.

### Which plane is Perpendicular to the longitudinal axis?

The transverse plane is perpendicular to the longitudinal axis.

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### What is a longitutional wave?

A wave is some sort of disturbance, which propagates through matter or space. If the disturbance is along the direction of the propagation (of the wave movement), the wave is said to be longitudinal. If the disturbance is at a… Full Answer

### What is the relationship between the movement of the wave and the movement of the medium?

It depends on the type of wave. If it is a transverse wave, then the medium moves in one direction while the wave moves in a perpendicular direction. Flicking a rope up and down causes a transverse wave. Eletromagnetic waves… Full Answer

### What is axial direction in wood?

Axial direction in wood means its longitudinal direction (the height of the tree when it was growing). Engineers look at this as the direction that cylinder spins on its axis, if log were a roller, the axial direct ion would… Full Answer

### What is a aileron?

AILERONS-Primary flight control surfaces mounted on the trailing edge of an airplane wing, near the tip. Ailerons control roll about the longitudinal axis.

### What is the axis where the airplane yaws?

It's longitudinal axis

### What is the wave motion in which particles vibrate back and forth in the same direction as the wave travels called?

Longitudinal wave. (as opposed to Transverse waves, where the vibrations are perpendicular to the direction of movement.)

### What is rise in geometry?

It is movement in the vertical direction. In 2-dimensional analytical geometry, it is the distance in the direction parallel to the y-axis.

### What type of wave does sound belong to?

Waves are vibrational movement plus travel along a straight line and come in two flavours. Sound waves are longitudinal, so the particles which they need to travel through are pushed and pulled, vibrating along the same axis as the direction… Full Answer

### What is the purpose of pectoral fins?

It helps control the direction and the movement of a fish and/or marine animal. It helps control the direction and movement of a fish and/or marine animal. By Ash. L. M.

### What is a side to side movement of the nose of an airplane is called?

yaw rotation is a movement around the yaw axis of a rigid body that changes the direction it is pointing, to the left or right of its direction of motion.

### What is the stell rod attached to the lower control arm that supports the weight of the vehicle by using a twisting action?

The steel rod attached to the lower control arm that supports the weight of the vehicle, is called a bushing. There are several of these in a vehicle and without them, it would not work properly.

### What term refers to moving away from the body's longitudinal axis?

Distal means moving away from the longitudinal axis. The hands are distal to the elbows.

### What is a longitudinal wave and what is nessasery for a wave?

A longitudinal wave is a wave of which the disturbance direction is the same direction of the direction of the wave. Waves done in a spring and sound waves are an example. A longitudinal wave: | | | | |… Full Answer

### What is the major axis for bending?

In a beam or length of material, we generally consider the longitudinal axis as the major axis for bending. But torsion will bend the material from the vertical, will twist it around that longitudinal axis. And lateral forces will bend… Full Answer

### In physics longitudinal is?

Longitudinal is vibration in the direction of the wave.

### Movements in the transverse plane occur around which axis?

The longitudinal axis

### In what direction do compressions and rarefactions travel in a longitudinal wave?

The direction that compressions and rarefactions travel in a longitudinal wave is the same direction. They travel in any direction side-by-side.

### Do longitudinal waves travel perpendicular to the direction in which the wave is traveling?

No, longitudinal waves travel parallel to the direction of the wave.

### The movement of energy through substances in longitudinal waves?

The movement of energy through substances in longitudinal waves is sound. :)

### What is an example of a longitudinal wave?

Longitudinal wave is a wave that vibrates in the same direction that it is propagated from.