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kmh

km/h ABBR =kilometre(s) per hourkm/h, k.p.h.
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With gusts of up to 121 kmh in coastal regions, it was the most violent July storm in the Netherlands since records began in 1901.
We scared them away for the other drivers and it cost us some time, because when you go down to 50 kmh, at this altitude it takes a while before you get back to 160
Aerodynamic drag increases four-fold for every doubling of speed, so this level of motive force is required to push the car to its 1050 mph (1690 kmh, Mach 1.
Seabobs are high-end toys that propel users through the surface of the water at up to 20 kmh or down to 40 meters under the sea.
Among other claims, there is a 2G cornering capability on road legal production cup tyres and 610 kg down force at 260 kmh utilising advanced active under and over body aerodynamics.
Methods Machine Tools offers Kiwa's KMH series HMCs, which includes the KMH-300 direct-drive, 30-taper, 15,000-rpm machining center and the KMH-630B 50-taper, 10,000-rpm machining center.
The new Chinese-sponsored plan envisages trains moving at between 160 and 200 kmh, which would require further significant, costly upgrades.
Such measures include changing speed limit signs to 80 kmh as well as directional signs guiding road users at the highest international standards with the aim of ensuring safe & smooth mobility to all," added Maitha.
Travelling at more than 37,000 kmh, the asteroid will barely miss Earth, according to a trajectory map released by NASA.
It has three wheels, one at the front and two at the back, a 52-horse power engine and has a potential speed of 120 kmh.
In Japan, fast trains now run as fast as 300 kmh and in China, high-speed conventional rail lines operate at top speeds of 350 kmh, while one Maglev line in Shanghai exceeds 433 kmh.