in the same direction as the wind blows
The dunes are hills formed by grains of sand held together by the action of wind or water. Over time, as sand dunes tend to migrate in the same direction as the wind blows.
They have a larger side that is eroded (windward) and a smaller, steeper side (leeward) where deposition of eroded material occurs. Through this mechanism of erosion and deposition the dunes are considered highly dynamic, "moving" over time.
The wind speed can be found using the Law of Cosines. It will be the unknown side of a triangle with sides 6 and 5 and included angle 30°.
s^2 = 6^2 +5^2 -2·6·5·cos(30°) ≈ 9.038476
s ≈ √9.038476 ≈ 3.0064 . . . . m/s
The direction of the wind can be found from the Law of Sines, which tells us the relationship of the internal angle A to velocity vector a is ...
sin(A)/a = sin(30°)/3.0064
A = arcsin(5/3.0064·sin(30°) ≈ 56.26°
To find the desired angle, we must add 180° to this value.
The wind is blowing 3.0 m/s in direction 236.3°.
From the land to the ocean
Hi, first of all, you can't say that the wind literally comes or goes to the moon. So the real question is: it goes from land to the ocean or the otherway?
The waves form when they wind moves from the ocean to the shore. Being that said and looking that there isnt any waves in the picture you can say that the wind blows from the land to the ocean.
Initially Plane is flying at the speed of
to the North of east
Now wind started Blowing and plane started moving towards east with speed
suppose is the speed of wind
So magnitude of wind is
North of east
When a hurricane intensifies and the wind speed increases, an eye begins to form in the center of the storm. This normally occurs once the winds reach about 80 mph. Almost always the eye is circular when viewed from above, and measures about 20 to 40 miles in diameter. It looks cylindrical in a cross section of the storm, and extends through the center of the storm like a chimney. The air over the storm sinks through the center of the eye.
Hurricanes are formed from centers of low atmospheric pressures in warm waters around which strong air currents begin to circulate.
When ocean water heats up, the air rises and swirls to fill the low pressure that this creates.
This causes the air to be sucked in and up, which reinforces the low pressure in the center.
Thus, when the wind speed increases to 128 km / h, a kind of "vacuum" is created that meteorologists call "eye", since it has an almost circular shape.
The airflow will be northwest.
A warm moist air mass moves northwest over an arid and cool area.
The winds normally blow from east to the west rather than blowing from the north to the south in the northern and the southern hemispheres.
The reason for the blowing of the wind from the east to the west rather than from the north to the south in both the hemispheres which are the northern and the southern hemispheres are because it happens in light of the fact that Earth's rotation around it's own axis creates what is known as the Coriolis effect.
The Coriolis impact makes wind frameworks turn counter-clockwise in the Northern Hemisphere and clockwise in the Southern Hemisphere.
west to east I did this in class today and is relates