How much Calorific value per liter of petrol?

LOL.....don't know...!! :P

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What affects the speed of a racing car?

It depends on what form of racing, the restriction is the rules.limiting displacement, boost (if even allowed), type of fuel allowed.The down force package the engineers/crew want to run(depending on the curcuit ). If they require a restrictor plate manditory like super speedways in Nascar. FYI t...

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What is eroison?

The Process of eroding in the bed

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How wind affect the car speed?

drag goes up 8times with the doubling of speed.

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If the driving wheel and the driven wheel of a gear system are of the same size which gear will move faster?

The driving wheel will move faster because some energy is always lost in energy transfer.If the two gears are the same size and have the same number of teeth they will both rotate at the same speed.

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What is the calorific value of petrol diesel and unleaded petrol?

Fuel Type Higher Calorific Value(Gross Calorific Value - GCV) kJ/kg Btu/lb Diesel 44,800 19,300 kJ/l Btu/gal Kerosene 35,000 154,000 Gas oil 38,000 164,000 Petrol (kJ/kg) 48,000 Petroleum (kJ/kg) 43,000

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Does the weight in toy cars matter to race on a ramp?

yes.. if it matters for a real car then it does for a toy car.. gravity and momentum either way

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Is electric car an internal combustion engine or is the a different type of engine?

An electric car is powered by a large electric motor. This motor is powered by the use of magnets in a coil inside the motor. When electric current is run through the motor, the drive shaft spins. This type of motor has an advantage over internal combustion engines because it offers all its torqu...

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What does small mass mean because im doing a mousetrap car and it says does your car have a small mass or large mass?

ANSWER: I'm assuming by "mousetrap" car, you mean small car. Probably pretty obvious at that point that your car would have a.....small mass.

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Is rusting of iron a chemical or physical change?

it is a chemical change

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How do you build a mousetrap car?

there are lots of different sites on the web that are helpful. I built mine my looking at pictures of ones on google.

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How does the number of wheel affects the speed of car?

It can, but has been proven that there is no Ideal number of wheels in relation to speed.There was a very Very fast 6 wheel formula one car that they outlawed because it was too fast.But realistically because every additional wheel is additional drag and weight it limits fast cars to a maximum of...

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How does a car tire get worn away by friction?

The heat from the friction of the tire rolling at a high speed on the street causes the rubber to slowly burn up.

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Describe an experiment you could perform to determinethe average speed of a toy car rolling down an incline?

roll a car down a hill

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What processes are involved in endothermic and exothermic reactions?

formation of snow in clouds conversion of frost to water vapor condensation of rain from water vapor evaporation of water a candle flame forming a cation from an atom in the gas phase mixing sodium sulfite and bleach baking bread rusting iron cooking an egg burning sugar producing sugar by photos...

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Why does buses and trucks have a high centre of gravity?

They have a high center of gravity because of their height. They mainly tip over because of wind or a sharp turn.

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What is the diff between positive and earth?

the direction of flow. some electronics flow from positive to ground, some flow from earth to positive.

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What is the formula for working out speed if you have time and distance values?

You must divide the distance by the time. (miles divided by hours, or miles per hour) For example, if you're traveling 60 miles in 3 hours your speed is 20MpH (60 divided by 3)

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What forces act on a driver during a crash?

normal force, frictional force, applied force, gravitational force, air resistance force

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Could you power a car scooter or bicycle with lemons?

It is possible to make a battery with lemons. A lemon battery, using two or three lemons, can power a buzzer or a small digital clock. However, it would take thousands of lemons to power a bicycle or scooter and millions to power a car!

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What affects car speed?

Fiction:between the tires and the road.the car with the airin the drivetrain

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How do you build a pulley motor car for a science project?

Introduction:Pulley motor car is an electric car using pulleys to transfer the mechanical energy from the motor to the wheels. MiniScience's Pulley Car activity introduces students to compound machines and simple machines including pulley, wheel and axle while incorporating problem solving, mecha...

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How is friction helpful whilst driving a car?

There are many ways that friction is helpful while driving a car. Probably the most obvious one is the frictional force that exists between the tires and the road surface. If there was no friction, the car would not be able to move. The tires would simply spin in place. Various tire compounds wil...

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What forces act during car crash test?

Momentum, kinetic energy

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Why does water have a low viscosity?

it because water has a light surface tension

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What are some real life applications of Boyle's law?

When you pop a balloon by overfilling it with air, you are applying Boyles Law. When a nurse fills a syringe before she gives you a shot, she is working with Boyles Law. Sport and commercial diving. Underwater salvage operations rely on Boyles Law to calculate weights from bottom to surface. When...

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Can a half car panel go faster than a full car panel?

A car panel cannot move at all unless it is connected to a car.

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