Results for: controllability

How does anti-lock brakes work?

ABS senses when your tires have lost traction and induce a changing pressure on the brake pads, reducing the pressure to regain control, then reapplying however much pressure you are telling the system to apply through the brake pedal. This… Full Answer

What words have these letters o y a c n r?

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What is tungsten lighting?

Tungsten lighting is a term used by photographers to distinguish from fluorescent lighting or strobe lighting. Tungsten is a type of incandescent lighting using a bulb with a filament made of the metal tungsten, as opposed to, say, carbon or… Full Answer

What is a liong word that end with y?

Interestingly, there are no words above 15 letters ending in 'y'. But at 15 letters, there are almost 500. If you remove, as I did, all the ones ending in 'ly', you are left with 159: agglutinability allotetraploidy antipornography antirationality… Full Answer

Is the bloodhound car a road car?

We have a wonderful opportunity with BLOODHOUND: an opportunity to create the ultimate Land Speed Record car. When we designed and built Thrust2 we had the objective of achieving a peak speed of 650 mph, just beyond the existing record… Full Answer

What are some words end with the suffix -ity?

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What is drifting?

Drifting refers to a driving technique and to a motor sport where the driver intentionally skids the rear tires through turns, preserving vehicle control and a high exit speed. A car is said to be drifting when the rear slip… Full Answer