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Q: What wind system move air from about 30 to 60?
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What wind systems move air from about 30 to 60 north or south latitude?

Prevailing westerlies

Which wind system is present from 30 degrees north to 30 degrees south latitude?

The trade winds.

Why does most of our wind come from the west?

Most of our wind comes from the west due to the global circulation patterns in the atmosphere. The Earth's rotation causes the Coriolis effect, which deflects wind to the right in the Northern Hemisphere and to the left in the Southern Hemisphere. This results in prevailing westerly winds in many regions.

What direction do the clouds move?

ds are part of (in) the air and the air moves (wind blows) and this moves the clouds too.Answer:Clouds move because the wind pushes them. If it is a windy day, the clouds move fast. If it isn't windy, the clouds move very slowly.

If a plane can travel at 490 miles per hour with the wind and 430 miles per hour against the wind what is the speed of the plane in still air?

Wind speed is 30 while the plane speed it 460

Why are most deserts found on 30 degrees latitude?

The 30 degree latitude area is at the high pressure region developed by the sinking air from the Hadley Cell created by the low pressure rising air at the equator. Winds move from high to low pressure areas. The doldrums are located at the equator, this is a low pressure area. When the air sinks at the 30 degree latitude air moves away from the 30 toward the equator and 60 degree latitudes. Since air does not move toward the 30, there is no way to bring the maritime air masses to those desert areas.

How do you bleed air out of pipes?

In a boiler system you raise the static pressure via the fill valve to 25 psi (on a 30 psi system) and circulate the fluid. If there are air eliminators in the system, you would crack them to allow the air to escape.

Is is possible for an airplane to be in air at standstill condition?

Technically, but unlikely. For instance, a slow airplane is capable of staying in the air at about 30 knots/34 mph. 34 mph is a pretty strong wind, but in hurricanes, winds can be as fast as 150 mph. If a plane is flying directly into the wind at 30 knots, and the wind is blowing at 30 knots, the plane will not be moving relative to the ground. (Ground speed zero). The planes airspeed will still be 30 knots. NASA has a plane that goes very slow (slower than a bicycle). In a stiff wind, it will go backwards relative to the ground. Most pilots wouldn't fly in a wind that was blowing at a speed capable of holding them in one place. Not because of any danger in the air, because there wouldn't be, but because landing (on the runway) would be extremely difficult to impossible.

How fast does wind need to blow to move a rock?

The speed required to move a rock with wind depends on the rock's size, shape, and weight. Generally, wind speeds of at least 20-30 miles per hour are needed to significantly move small rocks, while larger rocks may require much stronger winds exceeding 40-50 miles per hour.

How much air flows through the PCV system when the engine is at idle speed?

Up to 30%

What are the release dates for 30 for 30 - 2009 Into the Wind 1-23?

30 for 30 - 2009 Into the Wind 1-23 was released on: USA: 2010 USA: 28 September 2010

Where do two wind systems originate?

Wind is caused by a pressure difference between two regions of air. The air from a high pressure zone, caused by a higher local temperature, will move into a low pressure zone. We feel the passage of this air is "wind". The cause of the pressure difference is due to temperature variations. Different regions of the earth will get more sunlight and have a higher temperature for various reasons. They could be closer to the equator, where they get more direct sunlight, or have less cloud cover that day, or have different terrain. A desert traps heat differently than a forest, which is different from an ocean.