Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by D16Civic, Dec 3, 2009.
so where do i acquire this giant bucket loader??
holy crap.. the water crushed the car.. lol
I had to watch it like 3 times to get my brain to compute..lol
I didnt know water could do that shit. how much water was that?
Yeah water/liquid is heavy. Remember that old saying "A pint is a pound the world around" so a gallon weighs roughly 8 pounds and that was a lot of gallons.
lol dayum!!! i feel sorry for the owner of that poor car....lol
Its clean but its broken =/
Washed the roof off. Woops!
lol that was sick...
They can just buff out those scratches.
awesome..imagine if that were a person?!
lol that was bad ass
Crawler excavator R9800 The new Liebherr mining excavator: driven by two 1,492 kW/2,000 PS 16-cylinder V-engines, the Liebherr R 9800 boasts a 42 mÂ³ bucket capacity. In conjunction with rapid loading cycles and tremendous ripper and breakout forces, the R 9800 offers high loading capacity and is the perfect loader for 220-t, 290-t and 360-t mining trucks.
Operating weight793,000 - 804,000 kg
Engine output2984 kW/4000 HP(ISO 9249)
Backhoe bucket capacity42.00 mÂ³ @ 1.8 t/mÂ³
Shovel capacity42.00 mÂ³ @ 1.8 t/mÂ³
So that would be 11,095.226199 gallons at 42 cubic meters?
if it was completely full
and at 8.35lbs per gallon, that ends up being about 92,645lbs
Plus the velocity of the water, I could probably figure out some sort of equation, but I really don't feel like it.
what is the terminal velocity of water?
Thats innanswerable, take for instance rain, which comes in many different sizes, it's terminal velocity is reached when the force of friction becomes equal to the force gravity is applying on it. But as water groups together in different sizes and therefore when falling has different levels of friction it falls at different speeds and so the terminal velocity of water depends on the amount of water
I was just giving you the acceleration due to gravity.
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