## Constant Acceleration Updated on 26-Apr-2023 17:22:29
Introduction Acceleration is the wrathful of all motion variables as compared to displacement and velocity. You can feel yourself accelerating in scenarios like sitting in a plane during take-off, slamming on the brakes in a car, or speeding around a corner in a go-kart. Any procedure where the velocity varies is referred to as acceleration. There are only two ways to accelerate: changing your speed or changing your direction or changing both. This is because velocity has both a speed and a direction. What is Constant Acceleration? The change in velocity over time is referred to as acceleration. ... Read More

## Average Speed and Average Velocity Updated on 18-Apr-2023 15:54:18
Introduction Average Speed and Average Velocity are two important concepts of kinematics. The ratio between distance cover by an object and time taken to cover is called Speed. Velocity is the ratio of displacement of an object and time taken. Speed is a scalar quantity. Velocity is a vector quantity. Magnitude and direction should be known to define velocity as a vector quantity. The difference between speed and velocity is that velocity is the speed with direction. For example, a bike travels at 50km\h shows its speed. A bike travels at 50km\h in the east represents its ... Read More

## Unit of Moment of Inertia Updated on 06-Apr-2023 18:01:33
Introduction The product of a body's mass and its squared distance from its axis of rotation determines its moment of inertia. Using the center of mass (COM) as an example, the moment of inertia is a concept developed from the concept of COM. A centre of mass represents the imaginary point in a body where all the mass of the body is concentrated. When a body is inertial, it is incapable of changing its position or uniformity of motion on its own. Because it takes more energy to change the state of an object with a higher mass, it ... Read More

## Difference Between Kinetics and Kinematics Updated on 10-Jan-2023 16:56:04
Introduction Most students make mistakes when they study or talk about Kinetics and kinematics. Substantially, we note that pupils consider both terms the same because of homo pronunciation but it is wrong. Kinetics and kinematics are different and used for different purposes. In simple words, Kinetics can be defined as the branch of physics that deals with the motion of an object. Whereas, Kinematics is another system that deals with the magnitude of Speed, acceleration, etc. Both of these are branches of physics. What is Kinetics? Kinetics is another name for Dynamics which is a branch of Physics. This ... Read More

## Relation between Torque and Speed Updated on 21-Dec-2022 12:58:08
Introduction There relation of torque with the speed of an object is an important part of physics as it is integrally connected to the motion and rotating capability. The relation between these two components is integrally and very much connected to the power of the object. The value of torque is often extracted by “Power/ Speed.” This statement is the most basic and necessary information to know about the relation between speed and torque. What is Torque? Torque is a significant product of the radius of rotation and force. As a result, in the case of an increasing radius, the ... Read More

## Types of Motion Measurement Updated on 13-Oct-2022 11:19:47
Introduction The multitudes of motions that are found in nature are associated with the simple functionality of change eventuating in the position of a certain product or object. It so happens that as the object continues to alter its initial position with respect to time the object is said to be in motion otherwise the object is concluded to be in a state of rest. In context to the case of motion, the aspect f measurement differs from one type of motion to the other. In terms of measuring the state of the motion the objects in consideration are quantified ... Read More

## Difference Between Speed and Velocity Updated on 13-Oct-2022 11:19:47
Introduction The similarity of speed and velocity of an object is the movement and the displacement from the previous position within a particular time. The SI unit of both particles is m/s which is a meter per second. Speed and velocity both are dependent on the distance covered, total time taken and direction of movement. The difference is also seen in the unit of measurement of these two aspects. The measuring unit of speed and velocity is meter/second. What is speed? Figure 1: Speed and velocity Speed refers to the total distance covered by an ... Read More Updated on 13-Oct-2022 11:19:47
Introduction Radial acceleration is commonly seen when the external force is applied to an object and according to the Second law of Newton acceleration none on the velocity of a particular object in respect of time. It includes the vector quantity that refers to both magnitudes as well as the direction of the force. The measurement unit of radial acceleration is $\mathrm{ms^{-2}}$. Simply, the radial acceleration refers to the particular proportion of the velocity and the total time taken by an object. As per the two types of motion of an object, the radial acceleration is also different ... Read More

## Difference Between Momentum and Inertia Updated on 13-Oct-2022 11:19:47
Introduction Difference laws regard the motions and the rest is the highlight of the tutorial. Momentum and inertia are the essential topic of physics which relates to the action of movement or motion. The acceleration plays a great role in accomplishing the difference between the inertia and momentum. This tutorial highlights the difference between the resistance and applied force which are accordingly inertia and momentum. About Inertia Resistance refers to a force that can alter the change in the velocity of that particular object. Resistance power sometimes also refers to a force that is applied from outside by ... Read More

## Transportation History Updated on 13-Oct-2022 11:19:47
Introduction The significant history of transportation says that humans started their journey by travelling on foot for going to various places. After that, wheels are invented and with the invention, the use of animals for transportation became popular. Horse rides became popular and then the roads and railways, and airways came into use. It is said that the main modes of transport are land transport, water transport, and air transport. Introduction of Transportation History Transportation history is related to the starting of the human era. It is seen that the history of transportation changes with time. Humans first start ... Read More