What instrument measures distance traveled by a vehicle?
odometre it's odometer. Odometer
The question can be answered in many ways.Without knowing the specifics of the question, this is the best answer that can be given at this time.
An odometer or odograph is an instrument used for measuring the distance travelled by a vehicle, such as a bicycle or car.
Which term describes how to measure a vehicle's efficacy when it comes to distance traveled with 1 gallon of gas?
Miles or kilometres per gallon. (MPG, KPG)
Taper measuring instruments are used for the measuring slope type of surfaces on the components. Taper micrometer.Tool room microscope.Bevel Protractor.Sine bar and dial gauge.Autocollimators.Slip gauges, Rollers and micrometer.
A photo tachometer, AKA Photo-tach.
Volumetric cylinders and volumetric flasks are used to measure volume of liquids contained in them.They are calibrated for volume included in them - this is indicated by the marking "IN".The liquid has accurate volume when it reaches the corresponding marking on the scale.Volume is usually indica...
An anemometer is a type of weather instrument that measures wind speed.Some of these instruments measure both wind speed and wind direction.Anemometers are common at weather stations.A cup anemometer is a type of instrument that uses three or four hemispherical cups mounted on horizontal arms on ...
Police use RADAR and LIDAR to measure traffic speed.Cars have speedometers for travel speed and tachometers for engine speed.Accelerometers are also used with car speed measurements.
The speedometer and speedometer cable tells the driver how fast the vehicle is going. What's called a Hall-Effect sensor is used. It uses the principle of magnetic inductance. When a magnetic flux passes through coils of wire, voltage is generated. To use this effect, a magnet is placed in the ca...
I think the question is badly phrased, I think it should read:-What kind of Vehicle Speed is measured in Knot's. If Aircraft & the larger water vessels (Ships etc) are defined as Vehicles i.e. that they are capable of carrying goods or passengers then my answer is Aircraft & Ships are def...
In the past, a common time measuring instrument was the sundial.Today, the usual measuring instruments for time are clocks and watches.For highly accurate measurement of time an atomic clock is used.Stop watches are also used to measure time in some sports.
Heavier vehicles and vehicles traveling in combination with other vehicles have
It doesn't.A speedo only measures the speed you're travelling at, at that particular moment.But you can get distance, if you stay at an even speed, and keep track of how long you've been going. Speed x time = distance. One hour at 50 MPH means 50 miles travelled. 1/2 hour at 50 MPH means 25 miles...
what is airmiles from London to malaga
Measure distance between points On your computer, open Google Maps. Right-click on your starting point.Choose Measure distance.Click anywhere on the map to create a path to measure. Optional: Drag a point or path to move it, or click a point to remove it.At the bottom, you'll see the total ...
The answer is Half the Way.
200 miles or about 320km
Can the laser gun accurately measure speed of a vehicle traveling away or across from a fixed position?
yes. but in new york state you can sometimes get out of speeding tickets if a cop didn't test them that day because they are supposed to be tested daily for accuracy and could possibly be off by 2 or 3 mph.
The clutch pedal free-play is measured from the top of the pedal pad at rest to the point at which it stops when the pushrod hits the master cylinder piston.The clutch should have a free travel, measured at the pedal pad, of 0.6–3.0mm (0.0236–0.1181 in.) for 1976–84, 5–13mm (0.197–0.512 in.)
The weight of an object influences the distance it can travel.However, the relationship between an object's weight and distance traveled is also dependent on the amount of force applied to it.The heavier medicine ball is impacted far less from impeding forces such as gravity and air friction.
This is kind of a broad based question but here are some factors to consider when relating to how far a vehicle moves...1. speed2. traction3. type of road level (incline or decline)4. road type (asphalt, dirt, gravel)5. road condition (dry, wet, snow, ice)
Your speed is one of the only factors that has an effect on both your thinking distance and braking distance.Put simply, the faster you are going, the greater the distance travelled before you apply the brakes (thinking distance) and the vehicle comes to a complete stop (braking distance).
well...according to my scientific calculations the colder the ball is the harder it will be, this makes it difficult to travel far. Although, the outside temperature of the ball does not affect the inside temperature. This means looks can be decieving.
Enjoy eNotes ad-free and cancel anytime.In the internationally accepted SI system of measurement units, length is measured in terms of meters (or metres).Units derived from the meter such as centimeter, kilometer, millimeter are also used.In the United States, length is measured in Miles, Inches,...
its around 200 miles, takes about 4hrs to get there
The Distance Between Bolton and Manchester is anywhere between 15-25 Miles.
Braking distance.The braking distance of a vehicle can be affected by: poor road and weather conditions, such as wet or icy roads.
Yes. To do so, you will need your transmission gear ratios, your differential gear ratio and your tire circumference. You can derive the tire circumference by mutliplying its diameter by 3.1416 (pi). Example: At highway speed your RPM is 2000. Say your overdrive (5th gear) is 0.84:1, your differe...
What is the recommended minimum time interval that drivers should abide by when determining their following distance behind other vehicles?
Determining Your Safe Following Distance At a MINIMUM, during dry weather conditions, you should have at least 2 seconds of space between you and the vehicle in front of you (3 seconds is better).
30 m/ sec. Or ~67 mph.
Depends on the mass of the vehicle, as well as the coefficient of friction of the brake pads, as well as requires an assumption that the braking system is in perfect working order. We would also need to know if you're wanting a measurement on dry pavement or wet.. The best place I think to find o...
4.6 meters or 15ft. is the estimated stoping distance of a vehicle travelling at 25 MPH.Thinking time and weather or not you are sober have not been taken into account.
72 feet, more on ice or wet pavement.
Not Knowing what type of car you have doesn't give me much to work with. But Ill try it could be a couple different things. The torque converter solenoid could be one they tend to do this after you reach highway speed and then drop to a lower speed, In most cars this is allot of work but does not...
you're a tool. dependant upon inertia, stopping surface, braking potential, weight. lots of factors. a car may have ABS or not. this affects the final distance
At 55 mph, on a dry road with good brakes, your vehicle will skid approximately 170 feet more before stopping.This distance, combined with the perception and reaction distances, means you need about 300 feet to stop a car traveling at 55 mph.As a point of reference, Lambeau Field is 360 feet long...
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A cruise ship travels 1900 miles per trip. There are a total of 4 stops the ship makes, and the distance to the first stop is 460 miles. If the variable d stands for the distance left to travel after the first stop, which of the following choices is the most reasonable value for d?1,500 miles
The faster an object is moving, the longer the distance it takes to stop.If a vehicle's speed doubles, it needs about 4X's the distance to stop.If you increase the weight of an object, you will also need increase the amount distance needed to stop.
On average it is in the low 80ft range. Depends on the vehicle, yr/make/model.
It's measured by the mileage of the vehicle. An excellent mileage for instance is 30 miles per gallon of fuel. On average most cars or SUV's have around 16-20 mpg.
Need to know the Gross Trailer Weight (GTW) and the Tongue weight (TW). Gross trailer weight (GTW) is the weight of the trailer fully loaded in its actual towing condition. Tongue weight (TW) is the downward force exerted on the hitch ball by the trailer coupler. The trailer must be fully loaded ...
Not enough information in your question. It will depend on multiple factors, like vehicle weight, vehicle condition, tire condition, road surfacing and type of road surfacing, driver reaction speed.
acceleration = a = (60 - 0)/(9.8)a = 6.12 mi/hr - seca = (6.12 mi/hr - sec)* (1 hour/3600 sec)a = 0.0017 mi/sec^2Use the formulaS = VoT + (1/2)(a)(T^2)whereS = distance travelledVo = initial velocity = 0T = time travelled = 9.8 seca = acceleration = 0.0017 mi/sec^2Substituting values,S = 0 + (1/2...
If your speed increases to 35-to-45 mph, a three-second following distance should be safe, while a four-second distance would apply if you were going 46 to 70 mph.To measure your distance, the DMV suggests that you glance at the car ahead of you as it passes a fixed object like a sign, fence, cor...
treat it right, it will last forever. overhaul will probably be needed at 200-250 thousand miles.
Voyager 1 is the furthest and Voyager 2 is the second furthest
In terms of physics, the length makes no difference.
What equipment is used to measure distance and time during an attempt to set a new land-speed record?
Photo sensors and chronometers are used to check for the speed. The vehicle breaks the photo sensor beam, and the chronometers record the speeds.
yes This is because of the fact that gravity is a measure of acceleration. The longer the car has to accelerate the faster is will be by the end.
Old age.All the bulbs have been on the same amount, and as they are very nearly identical they will fail after very close to the same amount of time.As changing them is a major pain I do all of them in one go and drive trouble free for years.
Safe Driving Distance at 55 MPH in Good Conditions.The rule of thumb is to maintain at least a three-second following distance, giving you time to react and avoid potentially dangerous situations.
The distance between two places is 120 km.A car travelling at a certain speed can cover the distance in 2 hours and 30 minutes.By how many km/hr should the speed of the car be increased for it to take 30 minutes less to cover the distance? A car is travelling at an average speed of 56 km/hr.
How much distance does it take to react to something you see and bring your vehicle to a stop if you are traveling 30 mph?
This distance, combined with the perception and reaction distances, means you need about 300 feet to stop a car traveling at 55 mph.As a point of reference, Lambeau Field is 360 feet long, end to end.
Since it would be 1911 and, if my history is correct, the car was invented then. But only a few people who could afford one. People did more walking and more of them lived where they could walk to work. Horse drawn vehicles and horseback was the main way to travel short distances that were too fa...
What is The distance the vehicle travels from when an event occurs until the driver sees it and recognizes the danger?
Reaction timeIt is called reaction time.
50 Mph X 3.5 = 175 feet = 53.3 metres see http://www.hintsandthings.co.uk/garage/stopmph.htm for explanation and various equations
in ON Canada it's 150 meters
the longest distance driven on a daily basis by Americans is 5,000,000 miles a day
No. Distance is dependent on both length of travel and speed of travel.For example,If car A leaves location X at a certain time, and travels at 200km/hr for two hours, it travels 400km.If car B leaves the same location at the same time, and travels 50km/hr for four hours, it travels 200km.As you ...
For instance, the recommended following distance when traveling behind a motorcycle is a bit longer than the standard two seconds that are recommended when following most vehicles.Generally, it's best to give a three or four second following distance when travelling behind a motorcyclist.
Photo sensors spaced a known distance are connected to very accurate chronometers. When the vehicle breaks the beam, the time is logged, and computers are used to compute the average speed over the interval
Efficiencysmall engined vehicles can be more efficient and may not take as long to get to an optimal temperature. Lighter weight compact vehicles can also be more efficient. Streamlining may not be as important if the driving is mainly at lower speeds (eg. not motorway)Safetysafety is important i...
Gravity, the heavier the object the more force gravity has on it, and the faster it can accell before the force of friction (from the wheels, road surface and air) equal the force of gravity till it hits is maximum speed.
The formula Distance = Rate x Time expresses one of the most frequently used relations in algebra.Rate is distance (given in units such as miles, feet, kilometers, meters, etc.) divided by time (hours, minutes, seconds, etc.).
speedometerIt is a speedometer.
The wiehgt or mass of an object or by its speed
A dwell/ tachometer, and a timing light.
one car length per ten miles per hour
5 problems you should prepare for on your road trip Break downs. If you're planning a long road trip over rugged terrain, it's possible that you'll have to deal with a break down. Flat tyres. A flat tyre can happen anywhere and is almost inevitable on a long trip that includes unsealed roads...