If an electric car were to drive without having to stop, would the range be greatly affected by the speed at which the vehicle is moving?
Of course aerodynamics factors into this question, and the faster you are moving the more air you have to push out of your way, the more energy you use. But would the difference be only a small ...
Possible Duplicate: Why does kinetic energy increase quadratically, not linearly, with speed? I know this is one of the easiest equations out there and I've used it for years but its still ...
Work is expressed as W=F*d, where the F is in Newton, d is in meters and result ...
I've had a discussion with my father today, about the fuel usage of a vehicle at the same rpm, but a different gear. He claims that the following situations have the same fuel usage: ...
How to calculate fuel consumption of car (mpg) from speed and accleration knowing mass, drag coeff and rolling resistance?
How can I calculate the current (instantaneous) mpg of my car if I know the speed and acceleration of the car? From reading various answers for the "car going level or up/down hill" question asked ...
As Wikipedia says: [...] the kinetic energy of a non-rotating object of mass $m$ traveling at a speed $v$ is $mv^2/2$. Why does this not increase linearly with speed? Why does it take so much ...