maximum velocity is the highest possibly speed an object can travel before the forces acting on it reach an equilibrium and it is no longer able to accelerate. For example a parachutist will fall and accelerate rapidly until the air resistance pushing upwards against her downward force becomes balanced and her speed is steady, its more commonly known as 'terminal velocity' not maximum.
no the velocity of sound in maximum in air
When a pendulum reaches its maximum elongation the velocity is zero and the acceleration is maximum
The condition for maximum velocity is acceleration equals zero; dv/dt = a= o.
Maximum Velocity - 2003 is rated/received certificates of: USA:PG-13
At the point where the velocity is the maximum
Terminal velocity is the velocity at which a falling body reaches constant velocity due to air resistance.
Cyclotron pulse multiplied with the maximum radius
90 degrees is the maximum velocity for diesel. Diesel is generally any liquid fuel used in diesel engines within vehicles.
The maximum velocity of a falling person is about 200 miles per hour; at that point the air resistance does not allow further acceleration.
As with many problems, scientists use a formula to determine maximum velocity. You need to know the velocity of the object and the time Then set the acceleration rate to O. You need to solve for time to figure out the amount of velocity in that period of time.
Where the velocity is the maximum, e.g. mcV and |V|=c, the speed of light.
This depends on the trajectory. If the rocket's path is precisely vertical, then its velocity at maximum height is zero. Otherwise, though its velocity relative to the vertical axis is zero, there is some velocity on a horizontal plane, and this is not predictable based on the question.
Increasing velocity is when an objects speed is made faster from it's previous maximum speed.
terminal velocity is the final maximum velocity of a falling object.
We will soon achieve maximum velocity.
In the case of an object thrown, batted, teed off, or dropped, its acceleration at the instant of its maximum velocity is 9.8 meters per second2 downward.
Yes: The force acting down is constant (mass * g) The force acting up = velocity 2 * drag coefficient At chute opening, the velocity is at its maximum, so up force due to drag is at its maximum. (maximum tension) Drag force reducing with diminishing velocity, to landing terminal velocity (minimum tension)
Maximum velocity is about 15 m/s. It depends (of course) on models.
Maximum velocity is the fastest an intem can go, while optimum velocity is the "best" speed it can travel on. For a car optimum velocity could mean either where you get the best MPG, or where you can go round corners/over bumps without the car starting swaying, or something like that.
Maximum Velocity - 2003 was released on: USA: 7 October 2003 (DVD premiere) Hungary: 16 September 2006 (TV premiere)