There are 3 pressure points in your foot.
The area of your foot divided by your mass.
Depends on the size of the foot - a child's food will take far less pressure to crush than an adult man's foot.
A foot of water has a cubic mass of 62.4 pounds per foot
The six-foot animal that has the same bite pressure as a human is considered to be a six-foot lizard. A couple of types of lizards with human-like biting pressure are the iguana and monitor lizards.
it reduces the amount of pressure exerted on the foot while you walk
Water pressure at a depth of about 44 feet is about 20psi
It's actually to do with surface area. One foot decreases your area, therefore all your weight (pressure) is on one foot. 2 feet would distribute the weight
about 2 psi. (0.5 psi / foot of depth)
place pressure on the pedal with your foot (preferably)
I'm not sure what you mean, but if your mean what is the pressure at the bottom of a 100 foot high pipe filled with water, it's 43.3 psi
There can be aby number of psi in a cubic foot because psi is a measurement of pressure and the gas can be any pressure you care to make it.
Your foot falls asleep when you're standing up because either you're putting to much pressure on that foot or your foot got ''bored'' and fell asleep.
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Pressure on the foot is propably the answer because my feet used to be swollen from the pressure on my foot and my shoe was too small. Those could be the reasons
Divide the difference in pressure by the difference in depth.
because of flat foot
The major difference in air pressure and water pressure is the weight. Water is a lot heavier than air. One cubic foot of air weighs 1/12 of a pound. One cubic foot of water weights approximately 64 pounds.
put more pressure on front foot and back foot is easier to whip around to steer.
.433 pounds per square inch per foot of head
A foot corn is thick layers of skin that show up when a fracture has had too much pressure put on it.
The torque setting for the pressure plate on the clutch for an s10 2.2 is 33 foot pounds. The torque for the 4.3 is 29 foot pounds.
Force....pressure=force/area, so if you transferred to one foot on the scale it would read half your weight, but that is not the case because it reads force so on one foot the reading is the same