Its better to have the pipe spacings much closer in a heat pump installation. Some installations have a maximum spacing of 150mm down to as...
We don't have a plane on this post. :wink:
I never said you did.
How do you arrive at this conclusion ?.
More nonsensical rubbish. :roll:
The thrust is totally relevant to the original question which is what this argument is about.
Define speed ?
I understand his point perfectly but to agree to what he is saying you would need to re-arrange the original question....
Yep. Nonsensical is an apt description indeed.
Again no definition of wheel speed in relation to the belt speed is...
It has everything to do with the original post thats for sure. :wink:
Most likely not this one though. :(
Most of what you have written makes sense except you have confused traction with friction. :(
When he defines more clearly what he means by speed in relation to the original question then I consider my out of context quote...
Then he wrote.....
If the aircraft moves forward from a fixed point on the ground at 1 mph due to the engines providing a controlled thrust then...
Can you explain how they are at the same speed whilst the airplane is accelerating and moving forward ?.
Do you mean...
This is nonsense. :roll:
Since when did an aircraft need traction in order to take off ?.
Define speed in relation to the original question ?
Tell me something I don't know. :roll:
Can you define speed in relation to the original question or not ?.
The aircraft will move. Its already travelling at 1mph in relation to a fixed point on the ground.
Start up the conveyor and the wheel rpm...
Whats the matter ?. Question too difficult ?.
tim west wrote
Define speed in relation to the original question ?.
This is a good definition relating to two cars travelling up a motorway but completely irellevant to the plane on a...
Whats the matter ?.
Question too difficult ?.
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