There are many different types of forces. A force, according to our text book, is an influence tending to change the motion of an object or produce motion in a stationary object. Forces have a variety of different functions, in which they can combine. They combine by either working in the same direction to make a stronger force, or by working against each-other to cancel out one of the forces. According to our text book, how forces combine depends on the direction of the forces applied to an object. Some commonly known forces are balanced and non-balanced forces. Balanced forces are forces that have a net force of zero, and un-balanced forces have a net force that isn’t zero. These forces have the ability to affect motion. They do this by using the force of pushing or pulling to move an object, changing its motion, making it move in a certain direction. An example of this is if someone was to push on the right side of a desk with a net force of 25 while another person is pushing on the left side of the desk with a net force of 5, the desk would move to the left since the higher force on the right over powers the lower net force on the left. The force due to gravity depends on mass and distance because according to our text book, “The gravitational force becomes stronger as the mass of one of the objects increases and the force becomes weaker as the distance between the objects increase.” Two types of frictional forces are static frictional force and sliding frictional force. Static frictional force is the friction between an object and a surface when the object is not moving, and sliding frictional force is the friction between a surface and an object that is sliding against each-other. Elastic force, according to my text book, is force exerted by a material when it is stretched or compressed. A bungee cord is an example of an elastic force, the force exerted by bungee cord, when someone pulls down in it, is an example of a tension force. A tension force, according to my text book, is a pulling force applied to an object that can make the object stretch. The bungee cord when it bounces back is an example of a compression force. A compression force, according to my text book, is squeezing forces applied to an object that can make an object shrink. Another example of these forces acting upon each-other is a rubber band.…
Subtle Forces in Leadership
Mini Research Paper
Fusion leadership is a term used to represent the fusion effect that leadership can bring about in an organisation by realising an optimal combination of subtle forces. Subtle forces are rarely noticed and are hugely underrated. In most cases forces are intangible and that makes the detection of subtle forces that are weak in nature impossible as compared to the strong forces. Usage of subtle forces in an organisation…
This theory is based on the concept that there are five forces that determine the competitive intensity and attractiveness of a market. Porters five forces help to identify where power lies in a business situation. This is useful both in understanding the strength of an organizations current competitive position, and the strength of a position that an organization may look to move into. Strategic analysts often use Porters five forces to understand whether new products or services are potentially…
Organizational Behavior Forces
Organizational Behavior Forces
Organizational behavior (OB) consists of three components: human behavior in organizational settings; how human beings interact with the organization; and the behavior of the organization as a whole. This paper will provide an executive summary of contrasts and comparisons of OB within the following organizations; Victoria's Secret; Walmart; teaching preschool, and lawn care.
All fluids exert a force that is upward on object on the fluid.
The weight of the fluid displaced by the object is equal to the buoyant force on an object.
The measurement of mass and volume can be calculated by volume.
To change the over all density of an object an object must have a change in shape, volume, mass.
Buoyant force and fluid pressure
buoyant force is when all fluid pressure exert on a upward force.
The upward force that keeps an object floating on…
Air Force Fighter Pilots
There are many good jobs in the world today; however, there are those who say there is only one truly great job or goal to have: Air Force Fighter Pilot. Many people would say being a fighter pilot for the United States Air Force is thought to be the coolest job because where else can a multimillion dollar aircraft be flown at super sonic speeds and blow things up; nowhere else. A person cant just walk in to the military and say “I want to be an Air Force Fighter Pilot…
1 - Biomechanics relates to sport science illustrating the laws of mechanic and physics applied to the structure and function of a living human system or object. It involves both external and internal forces at work and therefor the concluded effects produced by these two powers. It is necessary to have a clear understanding of the applications of physics and principles in regards to sporting activities. I have chosen the sport of sailing as an example of physics and biomechanics illustrated in relations…
The Use of Excessive force in Virginia
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The Use of Excessive Force in Virginia
Within the last few decades there have been a number of recorded incidents in the state of Virginia involving the police department and the use of excessive force. Most people do not take this type of behavior into account until it affects them, or one of their loved ones. Excessive force is any force used beyond what is necessary to arrest a suspect and keep police…