Essays on Speed

Velocity of a wave in a tank at varying depths of water
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An investigation into how the velocity of a wave is affected by varying the depth of the water it travels through. A tray was filled to a certain depth with water and one end raised to 45mm above floor level. The tray was placed on a folder 45mm high for each experiment so the height from which that end of the tray is dropped remains the same throughout the series of experiments. The sliding out of the folder from under…...
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Under/over Speed Detection Using Contactless Tachometer
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The aim of the project is to design a contactless speed sensing device (tachometer) for a motor. Traditional tachometers require a physical contact to the shaft of the motor to measure the speed. In certain applications, where it is not possible to measure the speed directly, it is possible for a contactless tachometer to take the readings from a certain distance. This is the main motivation behind choosing this project. This contactless tachometer uses the IR transmitting and receiving technique.…...
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Ticker – Timer Practical Repor
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Ticker - Timer Practical Report Introduction This practical is investigating the motion of a trolley as it is placed at the top of an inclined ramp, and is released to roll down the ramp. With the aid of a ticker-timer, the average speed and acceleration can be determined, and using this data, the amount of force that the trolley has acting on it, can be calculated. The ticker-timer is utilised to determine the distance that the trolley travels in each…...
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Practical Investigation into the Horizontal motion of a Projectile
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The aim of this investigation is to determine the horizontal motion of a uniform particle when released down a ramp at varying speeds. The manipulation of speed will be achieved by positioning the projectile at different heights above a table, on a ramp. I believe that the horizontal component of the particle's travel will be proportional to its starting height, thus, if one is doubled so is the other. Equipment This experiment will require: Ball Bearing - projectile Ramp -…...
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Investigation into factors affecting the speed of a car rolling down a ramp
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The following investigation that I am going to embark on will involve the transfer of energy from one form to another. Usually when there is a transfer of energy from one component to another, these constituents are parts of machines or mechanisms, which are collectively classed as systems. In any one system there could be just one energy transfer or numerous transfers of energy. However, when we are dealing with systems, we must remember that there is no system that…...
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Investigation of the Factors Affecting the Rate at Which an Object Falls 
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All objects, when no force is acting upon them, shall remain at the same steady speed, without accelerating or decelerating; so if an object is still, it shall not move and if it is moving then it shall continue moving so long as no force is acting upon them. This was explained by Newton's first law. However it must also be noted that the meaning of "no force" may also be understood as "all forces acting upon a certain object…...
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Investigation into the effects of a change of angle on the stopping distance of a toy car
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The aim of this experiment is to ascertain how the stopping distance of a toy car is affected by the steepness of the angle of the ramp. Diagram Safety Measures There aren't any safety aspects in this investigation. Apparatus During the experiment I used to the following equipment: Ramp 2x Metre Rulers Matchbox car Boss + Clamp Stand Prediction I predict that the steeper the ramp, the further the car will travel Fair Test To ensure that it was a…...
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Investigating a Rolling Ball
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The aim of this experiment is to determine whether or not energy is conserved when a ball bearing is rolled down a slope. Six weeks of preliminary work have been carried out ensuring that measurements can be taken quickly with the correct instruments needed for the measurement. Previous knowledge of energy conservation says that energy cannot be created or destroyed. What factors need to be controlled or varied in this experiment? In this experiment many factors need to be considered,…...
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Investigating factors that affect the bounce height of a squash ball
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I have decided to investigate how the height from which a squash ball is dropped affects the height of its bounce. When a ball is dropped, it accelerates until it collides with the surface - an impact. It then recoils, and some of the energy is reflected back upwards, causing it to bounce. I believe that as the height from which the ball is dropped changes, the speed of the ball at the moment of impact will also change. This…...
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Investigating the Effect of Varying the Perpendicular Height of a Ramp
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Prediction of the relationship between the height used and the change horizontal distance travelled by the spherical mass. I believe that height is directly proportional to distance squared. This means that if the height is doubled the distance will quadruple. Explanation of the prediction in scientific terms. The formula to work out distance travelled is simply = average speed/total time, however there are many other formula used in working these two out. First the speed, or velocity must be obtained.…...
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Force and Motion
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JPN Pahang Physics Module Form 4 Chapter 2 : Force and Motion 2. 2. 1 1. FORCE AND MOTION ANALYSING LINEAR MOTION Types of physical quantity: has only a magnitude (i) Scalar quantity: …………………………………………………………………. has both magnitude and direction (ii) Vector quantity: ………………………………………………………………… The difference between distance and displacement: length of the path taken (i) Distance: ………………………………………………………………………… distance of an object from a point in a certain direction (ii) Displacement: …………………………………………………………………… Distance always longer than displacement.Example: The following diagram shows…...
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How Does Changing the Concentration Of Hydrochloric Acid Affect the Speed It Reacts With Marble Chips?
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I am going to see if changing the concentration of acid affects the speed at which it reacts with marble chips. Marble chips + Hydrochloric acid ( Carbon dioxide + Water + Calcium chloride CaCO3 + HCl ( CO2 + H2O + CaCl2 I will measure how much gas is given off by using a tally counter to count how many bubbles of gas are given off and measuring the volume of gas produced. Diagram: Apparatus: 5g medium marble chips…...
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The aim of this investigation is to see how changing the height of a ramp affects the stopping distance of a toy car
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I predict that if I increase the height of the ramp, the further the stopping distance would be. I feel that this is because the higher the ramp, the more G.P.E (gravitational potential energy) it will have. Therefore the more energy it will have, thus increasing the stopping distance of the car as it will take longer for the forces working against the car (i.e. friction etc) to stop it. In our investigation we will not be changing the mass…...
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Information Processing and ATM Design
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Executive Summary This report provides an analysis of information theory and decision making and uses this to redesign an ATM machine for optimum speed for cash withdrawal. Methods of analysis include calculating the index of difficulty, usage of design tool, usage of excel to calculate the linear equation, calculation of channel capacity and finally redesigning the ATM machine. All calculations can be found in appendices. Results of data analysed showed that the average reaction time increases with increase in number…...
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Report on Intelligent Speed Detection System for Speed Breaker
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The main aim of this project is to construct an advanced vehicle over speed detection system with minimizing the limitations of existing methods. Advanced vehicle over speed detection speed sensing mechanism which automatically changing in speed breaker. A speed sensor is connected to a microcontroller which detects when the critical speed is exceede. This system will check vehicle's speed and dynamically introduce a speed breaker if it increases a normal range. Speed breaker' physically constructed in semi circle type. So…...
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Speed Detection System
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Abstract The main aim of this project is to construct an advanced vehicle over speed detection system with minimizing the limitations of existing methods. Advanced vehicle over speed detection speed sensing mechanism which automatically changing in speed breaker. A speed sensor is connected to a microcontroller which detects when the critical speed is exceede. This system will check vehicle's speed and dynamically introduce a speed breaker if it increases a normal range. Speed breaker physically constructed in semi circle type.…...
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License Plate Recognition System and Speed Measurement System
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There are a number of performance requirements expected of a license plate recognition system. The system is expected to perform under many different conditions as discussed below: Speed The system is usually deployed in areas where the vehicles are moving at very high speeds. It is therefore important to design a system that will be able to capture vehicles as they move at very high speeds. A poorly designed system will produce blurry pictures of vehicles that are moving at…...
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Automatic Fan Speed Control System
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This chapter covers the ideas, generalization, conclusions, methodologies, and others. Those that were included in this chapter helps in familiarizing information that is relevant and similar to the present study. According to Kunla Singh (2015), Automatic Fan Speed Control system using Arduino as we all know that we are slowly moving toward automation and Automation is one of the trending topics. Basically in this project will be controlling the fan speed with respect to the temperature. The system will get…...
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Ignorance While Driving
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Many of today’s accidents occur because people tend to act ignorant, and do things they are not suppose to do while driving. Driving is a special privilege and skill, which includes paying attention to detail at all times, for the sake of your life and others. Most car accidents, with and without injuries are because people exceed the speed limit, using cell phones, and lack of attention. It is very sad that millions of innocent people lose their lives every…...
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Hotel Management: Quality, Speed, Dependability, Flexibility, and Cost
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(a) make sure that the way he manages the hotel is appropriate to the way it competes for business; 1. Training and development of staff 2. Planning & Staffing 3. Marketing & Service innovations 4. Operations and management improvement 5. Welfare and motivation to employees (b) implement any change in strategy; (10 marks) (c) develop his operation so that it drives the long-term strategy of the hotel. (10 marks) 2. What questions might Wernie ask to judge whether his operation…...
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Judicial Affidavit Rule: Three Reforms to Speed Up Justice
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To speed up the delivery of justice, three significant reforms were instituted recently: (1) the “Judicial Affidavit Rule,” (2) the filling up of all judicial vacancies, and (3) the stabilization of judicial compensation. Judicial affidavit. To ease case congestion and minimize delays in the trial courts, the Supreme Court promulgated on Sept. 4 (to take effect on Jan. 1, 2013) the Judicial Affidavit Rule. Under this new system sponsored by two high court committees headed by Justices Antonio T. Carpio…...
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The Dangers of Speeding
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I will never ever speed again. Speeding cost way too much time and aggravation to continue speeding. This ticket has made me realize that all speeding does is put me and other people in danger and waste a lot of gas. And in these economic times wasting gas isn’t the best idea. I am unemployed and I’ve been trying to get a job to pay for this ticket so my parents wouldn’t have to. This is good because now I…...
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Speed of Light
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Determining the speed of light is something that has been a very long and trying process. No one scientist could determine such a thing. Galileo was the first noted scientist to attempt experimentation on the speed of light. Other famous scientist, such as, Roemer, Foucault, Fizeau, Michelson, and Einstein added their own discoveries to the collage of information gathered through the years. Every scientist performed their experiments differently based on the knowledge and ability they had at that time. Along…...
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Acceleration Lab Conclusion
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When comparing the average speed results from part two of the lab and the definition of acceleration, you find similarities between the two. First, average speed is distance divided by time, and we use it to describe the motion of an object moving at changing speeds. We can see this from our lab results from the average speed of the marble traveling down the ramp, because it picks up speed. When the marble is released at the top of the…...
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The problems and limitations of speed dating
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Speed dating, a matchmaking process which allows people to talk with each other within 7mins and then change to another one, is considered as the most effective manner for singles to meet their dream men or women. As we spot out the benefits of this kind of dating, we should also be aware of the questions it may bring up. How deep can you know about a new person with a conversation that lasts only for 7 minutes? Probably not…...
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High Speed Travel and Tour Travel Agency Analysis
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Features: High Speed Travel and Tour arrange all types of domestic and international travel, from hotel and resort accommodations to air and ground transportation, including car rental needs and tour packages. Also provides individual and group travel to leisure and corporate clients. Services and products provided by High Speed Travel and Tours include travel consultation, pre-arranged tours, custom packages, reservations for lodging. High Speed Travel and Tour is a travel business giving you a 24/7 online services. Act as an…...
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Evaluating Websites and Performance Factors
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User side Download Speed The download speed is the speed in which something can copy data from the internet to a computer system. The type of service you use can all depend on the download speed, here are some services that can be used: Dial-Up- Dial up is an old-fashioned way of computer connection. It uses the current analogue telephone line and it has continued to be a popular way of connecting for years. When it first came out it…...
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Performance objectives
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Questions: 1. Discuss the significance of all of the five operations performance objectives (quality, speed, dependability, flexibility and cost) to VBA’s activities and explain which of these you consider to be the most important to build into the design of VBA’s processes 2. Explain how process technology helps this operation to achieve its objectives? 3. Sketch the flow of flowers in the VBA operation. Describe and explain what you think are the critical points in this flow? 1.1Objective Definition (Slack)…...
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Acnielsen m’sia enters strategic alliance with 99 speedmart
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The Malaysian National News Agency KUALA LUMPUR, July 12 (Bernama) -- Marketing information provider, ACNielsen and 99 Speedmart retail chain has signed a strategic alliance which will give ACNielsen access to 99 Speedmart point-of-sale (POS) data and provides 99 Speedmart with a suite of reports via ACNielsen's Retailer Advisor Personal software 99 Speedmart offers a wide and comprehensive range of in-demand, essential and fast moving consumer goods. Its 44 outlets will be increased to 50 outlets by year-end, with an…...
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Private Tuition
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UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level * 0 2 1 5 8 3 0 0 9 3 * MATHEMATICS (SYLLABUS D) Paper 1 Candidates answer on the Question Paper. Additional Materials: Geometrical instruments 4024/12 May/June 2013 2 hours READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST Write your Centre number, candidate number and name on all the work you hand in. Write in dark blue or black pen. You may use a pencil for any diagrams or graphs. Do…...
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Software de Aplicacion
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1. Marissa's car speeds up consistently at a rate of +2.60 m/s2. How long does it consider Marissa's car to accelerate from a speed of 24.6 m/s to a speed of 26.8 m/s? 2. A bowling ball with an unfavorable preliminary speed slows down as it rolls down the lane towards the pins. Is the bowling ball's acceleration favorable or unfavorable as it rolls towards the pins? 3. Nathan accelerates his skateboard consistently along a straight path from rest to…...
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Touch Football Fitness
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Evaluation of the Components of Fitness and an Analysis to Their Relevance of Touch Football Touch football is a type of football in which the ball carrier is downed by touching instead of tackling. In the game of touch football, there are many different fitness components that relate to specific touch positions. This essay will evaluate the components of fitness and analysis their relevance to touch football. To complete this, a series of fitness tests were done to help determine…...
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Speed Limit Changes
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Intro: Opening: Who here goes beyond the published speed limitation while driving? If a faster speed limitation was allowed, would you still go beyond the posted limit? Well, in Illinois, starting January first, 2014 you will legally be able to go just a little much faster on designated roads. I do not believe this is such an excellent change. Thesis: I think that raising the speed limitation will trigger more accidents and safety issues while increasing the consumption of fuel,…...
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Investigation of the Factors Affecting the Rate at Which an Object Falls 
...Another error which may have occurred is the accuracy in timing. The heights were too small, thus to time accurately would be very difficult in such a low height (because the time is so less that it would be difficult to time using a stopwatch). To a...
How Does Changing the Concentration Of Hydrochloric Acid Affect the Speed It Reacts With Marble Chips?
...I think that most of my experiment was accurate and the method was appropriate. Having said this, I think that something may have been wrong with the 1.75 molar acid because on both graphs the results are irregular. If I did this experiment again I w...
The aim of this investigation is to see how changing the height of a ramp affects the stopping distance of a toy car
...> I will use the same toy car, this is because if I used a different car for each height the mass of the toy cars will be different and may affect the stopping distance. Also if the toy car was changed for each height the frictional forces acting ...

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