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Yes it can: A kite can be any shape you want it to be, you just have to manufacture it to be able to catch wind. If you are referring to the quadrilateral, it still can have two right angles.
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The triangle on top is smaller than the one on the bottom. The reason for this is to have more surface area on the bottom, so the kite leans into the wind. If both triangles were the same size, the kite would lay horizontal (level) and the wind would not lift the kite up. It is a vector problem.Here is a good site to see the physics of kite flyingwww.real-world-physics-problems.com/physics-of-kite-flying.htmlThe kite leans into the wind. So when the wind blows horizontal, the kite is pushed up (lift) and to the right (drag). By adjusting the position of the 3 strings, you can control the stability of the kite.
Sand dunes that are at right angles to the wind are called Transverse Dunes. They form with weak winds and an abundant supply of sand.
Wind and waves form sand dunes on the beach
Dunes are formed through the interaction of mountains and wind. The wind picks up quartz grains from the mountains in the area to form the dunes and these are reshaped by the same process over time.
Wind erosion and deposition may form sand dunes and loess deposits.
Sand Dunes. Aeroflot
Wind erosion and deposition may form sand dunes and loess deposits. When the wind strikes an obstacle, the result is usually a sand dune!
The movement of sand by short jumps and bounces that is caused by wind is called deflation. This is considered to be a form of erosion.
They form at the whim of the wind.
Dunes are not stationary because they move with the wind.
Wind blown sand can form dunes. You might also say it forms a sandstorm.