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  • Differences And Force Of Bynamic Possibility And Force Of Static Frictivity

    Problem: Is there a relationship between the mass of an object and the force of static friction and force of kinetic friction of that object? If so, what type of relationship is there? Background: Friction is a type of force that is created when two surfaces move across one another. Static friction is friction between two or more solid objects that are not moving relative to one another. Kinetic friction is the amount of friction between two objects that are moving relative to each other. All of these types can be determined by the “FUN” equation (f = μn) if you know the coefficient of each type and the normal force. Mass may influence friction by also influencing a dependent relationship towards friction and the normal force.…

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  • Surface And Body Forces

    time-dependent temperature and ρ(r ⃗,t ) the density. These are examples of scalar valued fields. On the other hand, force or flux are examples of vector valued fields. Furthermore, stress is an example of a rank-two tensor field. Material Point notion If we consider a body with volume ”V” which separates parts of a physical space with its surface “A”, the material point “P” is an internal point in this body which has volume ∆V and mass ∆m. Figure 1 depicts part of a body discretized with…

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  • Galilei Force Theory

    mechanics. It implies that there is force that is exerted on a body immersed in a fluid, whether fully or partially submerged, is equal to the weight of the fluid that the body displaces. He hypothesized this theory while in the bath. Unfortunately his theory only covered fluid mechanics and didn’t elaborate completely on force. However he was one of the first scientists to discover buoyancy and the displacement of fluids. By 17th century Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei…

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  • Frictional Force Analysis

    At (a), the surface is not inclined. When a vehicle moves around a bend or a corner on a flat road, it is moving in circular path. Therefore, it will experience centripetal acceleration and there must be an external force causing centripetal acceleration. As shown in the diagram, the only thing in contact with the car is the road, which is between the tyres of the vehicle and the surface of the road. Therefore, we can know that the frictional force exerted between the tyres and the road directed…

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  • Factors Affecting Drag Force

    Drag force is an aerodynamic force which acts parallel and opposite to the motion of the object when it moves through a fluid. It is caused by friction and differences in air pressure. There are many factors can affect the magnitude of drag force as with aircraft lift. The drag depends linearly on the shape and size of the object moving through the air. The object’s cross-sectional shape determines the form drag which is created by the pressure variation around the object and affects the…

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  • What Are The Four Fundamental Forces

    The History of the Development of the Four Fundamental Forces Nature has a total of four fundamental forces. The forces include gravitational, electromagnetic, strong nuclear and weak nuclear force. Gravitational force is the force of attraction between all masses. Every object in this universe is pulling upon other objects. Many scientists came up with logics to explain the science behind gravitational forces. The first one to try was Aristotle in around 330 BC. Aristotle believed Earth and…

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  • Untochable Force Case Study

    1. The following events related to untochable force: (1) coconuts falling from the tree to the ground (2) Attract magnetic iron plates (3) footwear be worn after long use (4) Budi push the beam to shift to the right The above events involving untouchable force is the number of events .... a. 1 and 2 b. 1 and 3 c. 2 and 4 d. 4 2. Amir and Badu are playing tug of war. Amir pull to the left with a force of 200 N while Badu pull to the right by the force of 350 N. resultant force generated is ....…

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  • Force Majeure In Medea And Force Majeure

    In legal terms, force majeure is a commonly included clause in a contract that is intended to save the parties from legal reparation should they fail to fulfil their obligations because of an “act of god” or natural disaster. Force Majeure, a film by Ruben Östlund, provides the perfect example of the contract made in marriage not carried out when one of the main characters, Tomas, abandons his wife and children in the wake of an avalanche. Euripides’ play Medea also depicts a broken marriage…

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  • Lab Experiment: Equilibrium Of Coplanar Forces

    Objective: The lab we completed today was “Equilibrium of coplanar forces”. The objectives of todays lab was to study the composition and equilibrium as well as study the rectangular resolution and equilibrium of coplanar forces. Principles being examined: The main principle being examined in this experiment is the fact that several forces that line on a plane and pass through the same point can be balanced by a single force that is passing through the same point. We do this by finding the…

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  • Analysis Of Apple's Five Forces Of Strategy

    Strategy nowadays is something fundamental for an organisation, companies choose their direction or so called scope and try to accomplish it over a long term run. In addition to this strategy has to rapidly respond to the change in the market and partner to improve efficiency. Initially in the fifties and sixties most economists talked only about the competition on price, but it all started when in 1979 Micheal Porter brought another four competitive forces in “How Competitive Forces Shape the…

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