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Can a fly fly in a moving car?
Additional energy is only needed for changes in motion. The same is true for a fly in a car. The fly does not have to expend any additional energy to keep moving with the car because the car, the air in the car and the fly are one connected system that has accelerated to its speed.
Why do you think cars bounce back when they crash into other?
The reason is: Inertia. Clearly the momentum of the car is not conserved. It doesn’t bounce off at the same speed, and it’s moving in a different direction.
What happens to a fly inside a moving car?
This is because insects are very light, so air has a big effect on them. The air in the car is pushed forwards by the car, and the air pushes the insect forwards. So if the insect wants to stay right in front of your nose, it must fly forwards just a little bit when the car is speeding up.
Why do cars stop after a crash?
The car exerts this force in the direction of the wall, but the wall, which is static and unbreakable, exerts an equal force back on the car, per Newton’s third law of motion. This equal force is what causes cars to accordion up during collisions.
What items were used in testing car crashes?
All frontal crash tests in the United States are conducted using the same type of dummy, the Hybrid III dummy….Crash Test Dummies
- Load sensors.
- Motion sensors.
Why is there a lot of flies in my car?
Yes, the waste inside your car attracts flies. These flies lay eggs inside your car. The flies’ eggs hatch within a day or two, causing the maggots to feed on the trash that’s inside your car. These maggots then form into pupae, a kind of cocoon, that they break through when they turn into adult flies.
What would happen to a fly stuck in a car window?
If that were true, rhizome, the fly would be plastered to the back window as the car moves away from the air. Both are moving. You must distinguish between velocity and acceleration. If the car were to accelerate suddenly, both your head and the fly would appear to snap towards the rear of the car.
What happens when a fly is flying around in a car?
A fly is flying around in a car, the fly never touches any surface in the car only fly’s around in the air inside the car. The car accelerates. does the fly slam in to the rear window. or does the
Why do insects fly out of the car when it rains?
This is because insects are very light, so air has a big effect on them. The air in the car is pushed forwards by the car, and the air pushes the insect forwards.
Why does a fly not slam into a windshield?
The fly does not slam into the windshield because at smaller scales of size, air effectively becomes much more viscous and halts its motion. A fly using a jet pack in a vacuum-filled car would slam into the windshield, however. Viscosity is a fascinating issue in terms of scale.