1velocidad terminal feminine
- He starts to fall, picks up speed, and accelerates to near his terminal velocity in the first 10 seconds.
- The drops begin falling as rain or ice crystals as snow when they grow to a size that makes their terminal velocity faster than the rising air.
- Initially they will accelerate, but they will soon reach a constant terminal velocity when the air resistance around them offsets their downward acceleration.
- Because air resistance also depends on the shape of the object and so by tucking in your arms and legs you can reach a faster terminal velocity than if your arms and legs are spread out.
- On their first jump, students are told that they will reach terminal velocity of 120 mph, the speed at which a body stops accelerating, about 10 seconds after leaving the plane.