Biology, asked by nazirhaq6856, 10 days ago

Name the different kind of resistance to vehicle motion


Answered by sbroshansatya
Resistance to motion

This is the resistance a vehicle faces while attempting to move from a stall condition or while accelerating. This resistance must be overcome by the powerplant of the engine in order to sustain motion. When the power produced is smaller than the resistance to motion, the vehicle will gradually slow down. We must have experienced the slowing down of bicycles if we stop pedaling. The bicycle also slows down if we go uphill or if wind blows from front. A poorly inflated tire also causes the vehicle to groan more and slow down. These are the resistances that force the vehicle to slow down under their effect.

Broadly the resistances can be categorized into the following categories:

Aerodynamic drag

Gradient resistance

Rolling resistance


All the above produce a restraining force working against the tractive force. The tractive force must be greater than or equal to the resistive forces in order to maintain a sustainable motion. We can balance them as

F = F req = FA + FG + FR + FI

Answered by shailendrachoubay456

Vehicle Motion


  1. When a vehicle is moving, at that point .There are three protections following up on a vehicle moving.
  2. A vehicle proceeding onward plane street encounters just air opposition and moving obstruction though the one proceeding onward a slant or inclination encounters all the three protections.
  3. This is the opposition a vehicle faces while endeavoring to move from a slow down condition or while quickening.
  4. These are the protections that power the vehicle to back off under their impact. Extensively the protections can be ordered into the accompanying classes Aerodynamic drag.  
  5. The powers following up on the toy vehicle as it moves down are gravity, grinding and the ordinary power.
  6. The segment of gravity along the course of the slant is more prominent than any frictional powers and gives a speeding up down the slope.  
  7. Four Fundamental Forces of Nature are Gravitational power, Weak Nuclear power, Electromagnetic power and Strong Nuclear power.
  8. The powerless and solid powers are compelling just over a short range and overwhelm just at the degree of subatomic particles.
  9. Gravity and Electromagnetic power have boundless range.
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