Which has more kinetic energy a fast car or a slow car?
A lorry moving at high speed will have much more kinetic energy than a lorry moving at low speed.
Therefore a fast moving car or lorry will cause more damage in an accident than a slow moving one because this kinetic energy has to be turned into other forms including sound, heat and stress on the other vehicles.
kinetic energy is mass x velocity, so if there are going the same speed, the 18 wheeler.
First, heavier objects that are moving have more kinetic energy than lighter ones: a bowling ball traveling 10 m/s (a very fast sprint) carries a lot more kinetic energy than a golf ball traveling at the same speed.It turns out that an object's kinetic energy increases as the square of its speed.
Which has the greatest amount of kinetic energy a bike a motorcycle a car or a semi-tractor trailer truck?
Assuming that these vehicles are all travelling at the same speed, it would be the one with the greatest mass, the tractor-semi, because kinetic energy is given by mv2, where m is mass and v is velocity.
First car moves at 60km per hour and second car has half the mass of first car as well as it moves at 120km then which has more mementum and which car has more kinetic energy?
Both car have same momentum and Car 2 have more kinetic energy.
As can be seen from the formula, kinetic energy is directly proportional to the square of the speed and to the mass.This means that the more massive an object, the more energy it has, and the higher the speed, the more energy it has.Kinetic energy is the energy of motion.
According to the U.S Environment Protection Agency (EPA), people save at least 20% more fuel by driving between 40 mph and 50 mph, than those who drive rash, fast, and aggressive.Driving slow, i.e., at a moderate speed averaging between 40 mph and 50 mph, saves fuel.
i would have to say in the slow lanes because you have to keep in mind that most accidents happen at turn lains and stop light crossings so be a safe driver and look both ways
At rest, none of them. At matching speeds, the semi truck would, having the most weight.Kinetic energy depends on mass AND on speed. For example, if all of these are at rest, they will all have zero kinetic energy.
The position of the throttle(gas pedal) decides how fast the engine can turn, and the selection of gear decides how fast the wheels can turn. And how fast the wheels can turn decides how fast the car will be going.(note that this is quite simplified. Eventually the resistance of pushing the car f...
The kinetic energy of an object depends on both its mass and velocity, with its velocity playing a much greater role.Examples of Kinetic Energy: A downhill skier traveling down a hill has a large amount of kinetic energy because of their mass and high velocity.
Kinetic energy depends both on the mass and on the speed.
1500kg. "Inertia" is a measurement of resistance of an object to a change of it's motion. Oversimplified, a train has more inertia than a car. The more mass, the more inertia, it applies to acceleration and deceleration equally. Galileo demonstrated inertia before Newton's "First Law of Motion" H...
2015 Bugatti Veyron 263 mph. 2015 Koenisegg Agera 273 mph top speed
yes, you are causing it to run richer.
Is it changing from kinetic energy to potential energy
Momentum is the mass of an object multiplied by its velocity.A moving truck has more momentum than a car moving at the same speed because the truck has more mass.A fast car can have more momentum than a slow truck.A truck at rest has no momentum at all.
it is to stop the object or change its direction.velocity and thus more momentum than a slow moving car of the same mass.A fast moving car is harder to stop than a slow-moving car.The velocity of each player changes after the collision because of conservation of momentum.
Actually diesel fuel has a slightly lower amount of energy per weight than gasoline (45.3 vs. 47.2 MJ/kg). Cylinder pressure is what gives diesel engines their power, that is why diesel engines parts are so much stronger/heavier than gas similar sized gas engines.
Pump a Little Slower Most nozzles are set to pump gas at three speeds – slow, medium, and fast.Pumping at high speeds releases more gasoline vapors, which your nozzle pulls back in with a vapor recovery system most pumps are outfitted with.This means you could be paying for more gas than you rec...
Cars get poorer fuel economy in lower gears, and accelerating too slowly prevents upshifting at an efficient rate.But in our testing we found that taking 15 seconds to accelerate to 50 mph used less fuel than taking 30 seconds to reach the same speed, because the car entered its top, fuel-saving ...
That is easy, cars do cause more death, the only thing to point out is that the survivability index of car accidents (amount of people involved in car accidents who survive) is better than planes, basically your odds of surviving a plane crash are very bad, but if you take into account the millio...
Nationwide, you're more than twice as likely to die while riding a bike than riding in a car, per trip, according to a 2007 study led by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention epidemiologist Laurie Beck.Bike riding is also about 500 times more fatal than riding in a bus.
On the other hand, SUVs are generally much better for driving in more rural areas.They have higher ground clearance, which makes them the ideal option for those who plan to do a lot of off-road driving.Sedans can be more comfortable to ride in, but SUVs definitely take the cake when it comes to s...
A regular car will have a much longer lifespan unless you are willing to replace batteries in your electric car.
Situation dependent. When neither is moving, then neither one.
luxury cars cose it has more market value
A dump truck a sports car and a bicycle are traveling at the same velocity's compare their kinetic energies?
the dump truck has the lowest kineticthe bike has the greatestbecase of their mass
There's no solid answer to that.The heavier the car becomes, the harder it will be to accelerate it.But until it gets so heavy that it runs into trouble with the road surface or the tyres, weight won't affect top speed that much.Assuming a similar shape, the bigger a car gets, the more air drag i...
When moving the 1500kg has more inertia.
Unlike Edmunds, however, Kelley values generally cater more toward the dealer.Likewise, you should not expect to pay the full Kelley Blue Book value for a car in most cases.Ultimately, neither the Edmunds nor the Kelley value of a vehicle is entirely accurate for any particular car.
It is normal for a turbocharged engine to have more torque than horsepower.Since they relate mathematically by constant (RPM/5252), HP is Torque and vise versa.So what is really being asked is lower rpm power vs higher rpm power.For most users, the lower the rpm for a given power rating, the better.
GPS Speed vs.Vehicle Speedometer With a clear view of the sky, GPS speed has shown to be more accurate than most vehicle speedometers.GPS accuracy, however, may vary slightly as the vehicle travels from regions with a good view of the sky to those without.
In the US: Buses are best for domestic travel.In the US: Cars are generally more efficient than trains when there are 2 or more people traveling.Outside of the US: Trains are likely the most efficient mode of travel, but varies based on distance and train type.
Winner: 2018 Ford Mustang When it comes to muscle cars, owners are very loyal.However, if you weigh each vehicle on its true merits, the 2018 Ford Mustang is an overall better car.It has a higher-quality cabin, costs less, and is safer and more reliable – it even has a bigger trunk.
Increase massFor a truck increase the load on the truck
SOHC, or Single OverHead Cam, means that you only have one camshaft working both the intake and exhaust valves.As to which engine to go for: SOHC engines are MUCH cheaper and easier to maintain, but they don't have quite the performance or fuel-efficiency that the DOHC does.So a DOHC is "better",...
GPS Speed vs.Vehicle Speedometer With a clear view of the sky, GPS speed has shown to be more accurate than most vehicle speedometers.Your vehicle speedometer accuracy can vary based on several factors, most notably differences in wheel size due to wear, pressure, and temperature.
Many experts believe Edmunds values are more accurate than KBB.NADA pricing is often higher than Kelley Blue Book since the algorithm has a standard that calls for all trade-ins to be in very clean condition.As a result, you may need to adjust NADA prices down.
A small car. The bus has a large flat area in the front that'd be perpendicular to the airflow which makes the air push the bus back. The small car has a smoother surface with curves to allow the air to just flow past it.
The momentum of an object varies directly with the speed of the object.Two objects of different mass are moving at the same speed; the more massive object will have the greatest momentum.A less massive object can never have more momentum than a more massive object.
Car crash. Sadly, its true. Planes rarely crash but depending on where the crash is it can give you almost no chance of surviving, like the oceans. Less people die from car crashes then plane crashes a year, but don't worry about it. The chance of being in a crashing plane are 1 in 11 million, so...
How does kinetic energy affect the stopping distance of a small vehicle compared to a large vehicle?
Since KE is directly proportional to mass, you will have to dissipate more energy to stop a larger vehicle.Since Energy can also be equated to force * distance, if you apply the same breaking force, the smaller vehicle will stop in the smaller distance.In fact, the stopping distance will be propo...
A car insurance is more expensive for a fast car because it will have more easily accidents. On the other hand, a slower car will not have accidents so often on average.
A vehicle in motion will have inertia - one which isn't moving will not.
It's generally agreed that twin turbos spool quicker (less turbo lag) with more low end power. Single turbos usually have better performance in the upper half of the RPM range i.e. drag racing, but twin turbos are also usually smoother i.e. city driving. Twin turbos also generally larger and take...
A car engine converts the heat energy contained in the hot high-pressure gases in the cylinder into mechanical energy. The heat comes from the formation of chemical bonds between carbon and oxygen, and between hydrogen and oxygen, when the hydrocarbon fuel is burnt with the air in the cylinder at...
For a layman, as the name suggest, Fuel Injection system injects fuel into the engine optimally such that only required fuel is used by the engine and thus gives out better fuel economy.Whereas, in a Carburetor the air intake is via the air filter and the fuel intake comes in from the fuel tank.
The correct sequence of the energy conversion in a car's engine is A) chemical to thermal to mechanical.EXPLANATION: A car has a internal combustion engine.The function of the internal combustion engine is that it converts the stored chemical energy in fuels like petrol or diesel into thermal ene...
All things being equal which will move more easily a newly polished car or a car that's never been polished?
The newly polished one as the air will flow across the body with little resistance.
Energy is something that an object has.It is the ability to do work.The object can do work with its energy.Kinetic energy is the energy of motion that depends on a system's mass and speed.
By definition GDP is the market value of produced goods and services provided in the economy usually in one year. So the production of a luxury car contributes more to GDP than the production of an economy car because the luxury car has a higher market value.
Personally, I would put cars in the category of Goods, but if forced to choose between your choices I would say material resource. Energy resources would be coal, crude oil, natural gas, wind, solar, etc.
Which is better to preserve the paint engine etc generally in a s class 2007 car to drive fast and reach the location in a short time or drive slow and reach the location in a longer time?
The 2007 S class is a performance car and as such it needs to have the engine accelerated to high rpm occasionally. I would suggest observing the speed limit but accelerate quickly every so often
turbo gives more hp then a supercharger
The light pole because you've got to pay for the damage done on the light pole as well as the damage on the car. On the other hand trees are stronger...
the Turbochargers adds some horsepower and acceleration. But superchargers add a lot of torque to your engine. I personally would go with the turbocharger, they are efficient, adds good acceleration, and they are cheaper to buy.They are about the same price turbos dont kick in until 3000 or 3500 ...
Per square inch and the same thickness, carbon fiber would be number one, burl walnut would come in second,leather, and then aluminum.
When you drive your car it makes a high pitched squeaking noise and stops when the car is stopped. Will make the noise going slow or fast.?
it is called a squeaker it is made on your disck break pads to let you know your pads are about woren out as in its time for a break job
It is best to plan things based on the number of miles driven. It is the number of miles that causes wear and tear.
Well ... I 'd Say both were very popular as they are now.
Luxury car as the auto maker makes more profit on the expensive car, thus putting more back into the economy.
The Neon SRT-4 doesn't get a much higher rate than the regular Neon. It's pretty fast, too. There's a lot you can do it to make it even faster as well. It's not the fastest while stock, but it's impressive. The Lancer usually gets pretty good rates and some of the packages are pretty fast. Subaru...
You input potential (stored) energy into the rubber band system when you stretched the rubber band back.Because it is an elastic system, this kind of potential energy is specifically called elastic potential energy.