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When a fan is driven by a motor, air enters the back and accelerates out the front.
THE SCIENCE BEHIND HOW AN AIRCRAFT GLIDESBY PETER GARRISON/FLYING MAGSEPTEMBER 3, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Though air pollution vastly improved in recent decades—thanks largely to technology and policy aimed at motor vehicles—it remains a problem in many large cities.
For another, they’re smart cookies, meaning they can be trained to walk on a treadmill while the implant records from their motor cortex to predict the movement of each joint.
Most vehicles today house internal-combustion engines, but cars with electric motors are gaining ground.
Whatever the class, federal law restricts “low speed electric bicycle” motors with 750 watts of power.
It also fishes well in bigger water, where the GPS motor keeps wind and current from pushing you off target.
THIS MOTORIZED KAYAK CAN DRIVE ITSELFBY NATE MATTHEWS/OUTDOOR LIFEAUGUST 28, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
The motor comes with GPS sensors and auto steering functions that let you follow a course, hold a position, and keep your bow on a heading, even in heavy winds and strong currents.
THIS MOTORIZED KAYAK CAN DRIVE ITSELFBY NATE MATTHEWS/OUTDOOR LIFEAUGUST 28, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
To investigate the effects of a centrifuge on sensorimotor control, Rachael Seidler, a motor control researcher at the University of Florida in Gainesville, and colleagues kept 24 volunteers in bed for 60 days to mimic life in microgravity.
To think,” said the younger Englishwoman to her sister, “of this wee mite travelling about in an open motor!
Under these conditions, the large motor B collapses and the pull-down P (which is connected with the organ pallet) rises.

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