Designing The Fastest Wheels in History


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Designing The Fastest Wheels in History



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Calculation:
The equation is a=(w^2)*r where a is the acceleration, w is the angular velocity and r is the radius.
First we must convert RPM to radians per second. There is 2(pi) radians per revolution and 60 seconds in a minute. So 10,000 RPM equals (10000*2(pi))/60, which rounds to 1047. We then simply enter these values into the equation. For our first calculation on space station v we get a=(1047)^2*0.455=498,775 m/s^2
Acceleration due to gravity equals 9.8 m/s^2, so if we divide our answer by that we can see that it is 50,895 times the acceleration due to gravity.

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  2. You are incorrect about the statement, that rubber tires cannot exceed 300 mph. Goodyear makes a tire, called the Eagle, that is used on top fuel drag racing cars, that has easily gone OVER 330 mph!
    We here, in the civilized world, have been observing this, for many years!

  3. 1,609 kilometer per hour… for those of us living in the 'civilized' world… wtf… what kind of comment is that… take your kph and stick it up where your brain seems to be … thumbs down… and unsubscribed!!!

  4. What about titanium as a material,it has a better weight to aluminium and steel,it is a little less strong than steel,and a little more heavy than aluminium,but it has a better strength to weight ratio then both of them

  5. Yo man quit trolling imperial measurement users. I’m not even American but dude comments like that, right at the start of your video, just makes you sound dumb. There are two systems… deal with it.