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# After you have driven a car for some distance, why does

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Problem 33E

After you have driven a car for some distance, why does the air pressure in the tires increase?

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Solution: When you go out for a long drive at high speed. The friction between the tyres and the road surfaces increases the temperature. Due to heating up of the tyre the air inside the tyre tube increases. Since the volume of the air remains constant the heat energy is converted to high tyre pressure.

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