Physics (Chapter 4-6) Forces (ii)

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What factors affect the braking force needed to stop a car?

-Speed of the vehicle
-Mass of the vehicle

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Thinking distance

The distance travelled by the vehicle in the time it takes for the driver to react

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Braking distance

The distance travelled by the car when the brakes are applied

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What factors affect stopping distances?

-Tiredness,alcohol and drugs
-Speed of the vehicle
-Weather conditions
-Condition of the vehicle

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Weight

The force of gravity on it

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Mass

The quantity of matter

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Terminal velocity

When the weight of an object is equal to the amount of friction on the object

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When would you consider an object elastic?

When it returns to its original shape when the forces acting upon it are removed

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What is Hooke's Law?

The extension of the spring is directly proportional to force applied as long as its elastic limit is not reached

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When is work considered done?

When a force makes an object move

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Name some ways to increase the moment of force

-Increase the force applied
-Increase the distance between the force and the pivot

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Power

The rate of energy in which it is transfered

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Centre of mass

Where the mass of an object is concentrated

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How do you increase the stability of an object

-Increase surface area
-Lower centre of mass

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Centripetal acceleration

The acceleration of an object moving round the circle towards the centre of the circle

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Centripetal force

The resultant force that acts towards the centre of the cirlce

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What are the factors that affect centripetal force

-The mass of the object
-The speed (faster, more)
-The radius of the circle (less, more)

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How do hydraulics distribute pressure equally?

Due to the properties of a liquid, when force is exerted in one part, is it also transmitted to the other parts of the liquid, allowing for equal distribution

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How do hydraulics amplify pressure?

A smaller piston applies force to a liquid which applies pressure to a wider piston and since the area of the piston is larger, more force is generated, making it a force mutliplier