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Transportation The process whereby human beings transfer people and/or goods from one place to another
Routing Determines the path the load will travel
Scheduling Assigning a time for the travel
Loading Physical placement of people and/or goods on or in a vehicle
Unloading Removal of goods or allowing people to disembark
Storage Stationery placement of goods and/or people
MODES OF TRANSPORTATION
Land Transportation A transportation system operating on or beneath the Earths surface –example -car, truck, railroad, pipeline, conveyor belt, bicycle
Air Transportation A mode of transportation using aircraft to move people and cargo to their destinations –example -airplane, helicopter, glider
Space Transportation A newer mode of transportation that uses unmanned and manned flights to explore the universe –example -satellites, space shuttles, space stations
Water Transportation A transportation system through, and supported by, water –example -ships, sailboats, tugboats, ferries, submarines, tankers, ocean liners
Intermodal Transportation What is it?
WATER TRANSPORTATION KEY TERMS
Archimedes Principle An object must displace an amount of water which is equal to its own weight
Buoyancy The upward force a fluid exerts on a body placed in the fluid
Hull The body of the boat; does not include the motor, sails or other extra stuff
Parts of a Vessel Starboard Port SternBow
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Transportation. What is transportation? What is transportation? To move products or people from one place to another. Moving people and things from.
The upward force exerted on objects submerged in fluids is called the buoyant force. This is a force measured in Newtons (N) Buoyancy allows for the transportation.
Buoyancy Properties of Matter. Buoyancy of Fluids Key Term: Buoyancy Key Concepts: Archimedes’ Principle Why do objects float? How do you determine the.
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