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POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT TYPE
ACTIVE FUEL MANAGEMENT DISPLACEMENT
PERIOD BATTLESHIP DISPLACEMENT
VOLUMETRIC EFFICIENCY
HORSEPOWER
SLIGHT DISPLACEMENT
LARGE DISPLACEMENT
RESULTING DISPLACEMENT
STRIKE-SLIP FAULT
GRAVITATIONAL SELF-ENERGY
VARIABLE DISPLACEMENT TECHNOLOGY
TIPO 815
CAUDAL DISPLACEMENT
SIMILAR DISPLACEMENT
HORIZONTAL DISPLACEMENT
ALKYL HALIDES
ELECTRIC FIELD
NET DISPLACEMENT
SCALAR QUANTITY
DOT PRODUCT
LINEAR DISPLACEMENT
POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT
MEDIAL DISPLACEMENT
SMALLER DISPLACEMENT
POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT PUMPS
POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT PUMP
DISPLACEMENT VECTOR
DOWNWARD DISPLACEMENT
DISPLACEMENT MAPPING
VERTEX
AUTOMOBILE
BOUNDARY
EQUILIBRIUM
KURDS
ANGLE
VERTICAL
SPEED
AIR
TERMS
PRODUCT
LIMITED
POSITION
POINT
NEEDS
LARGER
NUMBER
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Definitions

  1. Displacement is a vector quantity and therefore needs to be described with a magnitude and a direction.
  2. A displacement (see above) is a special kind of directed distance defined in mechanics.
  3. Displacement is the sum total of positive combustion chamber volume increases for one complete revolution of the main shaft (crank or eccentric).
  4. Displacement is the vector counterpart of distance, having both magnitude and direction. (Web site)
  5. Displacement is a recurring theme in the history of the Jewish people.

Positive Displacement Type

  1. When less fuel is required, the pump does not deliver at full potential, because the turbine is not a positive displacement type like the mechanical pump. (Web site)
  2. The supercharger typically will need to be of the positive displacement type due its ability to produce boost at relatively low engine speeds.

Active Fuel Management Displacement

  1. Later, a new, all-aluminum 6.0L V-8 with Active Fuel Management displacement on demand and variable valve timing (VVT) will be available.
  2. Active Fuel Management displacement on demand technology seamlessly switches between eight- and four-cylinder power to save fuel.

Period Battleship Displacement

  1. Later in the period battleship displacement grew rapidly as more powerful engines and more armor and minor guns were added.

Volumetric Efficiency

  1. This means the volumetric efficiency (breathing efficiency) and thus the effective displacement of the cylinder is well below 100 percent.

Horsepower

  1. Four of these variables (Acceleration, Displacement, Horsepower, and MPG) are continuous measurements on individual car models.
  2. We speak of an engine's power in horsepower and its displacement in liters.

Slight Displacement

  1. Selection thus favours variation in that direction and leads to a slight displacement of the appearance gaining maximum survival.

Large Displacement

  1. This large displacement of heavy ash into the water hence caused a similarly sized displacement of water.

Resulting Displacement

  1. The resulting displacement of water caused 50 million cubic metres of water to overtop the dam in a 250-metre high wave.

Strike-Slip Fault

  1. Geology A strike-slip fault, common in mid-ocean ridge regions, in which there has been a sudden change in the form or direction of displacement. (Web site)

Gravitational Self-Energy

  1. This is the gravitational self-energy for displacement of one nucleon for 500 msec. (Web site)

Variable Displacement Technology

  1. Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) is Honda 's term for a variable displacement technology.

Tipo 815

  1. In 1939 Ferrari started work a racecar of his own, the Tipo 815 (eight cylinders, 1.5 L displacement).

Caudal Displacement

  1. If the foramen magnum is obstructed due to caudal displacement of the cerebellum, CSF cannot move in either direction.

Similar Displacement

  1. Usually, SOHC VTEC engines gives about as much power as DOHC non-VTEC engines of similar displacement.

Horizontal Displacement

  1. The Dead Sea Rift was formed mainly as a result of horizontal displacement a long normal faults.

Alkyl Halides

  1. General Features One of the most common reactions of alkyl halides and related substances is nucleophilic substitution (or displacement). (Web site)

Electric Field

  1. The finite rate of dielectric relaxation causes a time lag of the electric displacement as compared to the instantaneous value of the electric field. (Web site)

Net Displacement

  1. Use the graphical method to find the magnitude of the jogger’s net displacement. (Web site)
  2. As a result, the (laminar) flow lines around the top break away from the surface sooner than otherwise, and there is a net displacement up of the flow lines. (Web site)

Scalar Quantity

  1. It's because distance is a scalar quantity but displacement is a vector quantity.

Dot Product

  1. Therefore, we can say that work is the scalar product or dot product of force and displacement. (Web site)
  2. Newton's second law states We take the dot product of this with the virtual displacement of particle i and sum over all particles. (Web site)

Linear Displacement

  1. Currently, only symmetries under linear displacement (displacement of a 0-d point) and plane angle rotation (displacement of a 1-d line) are recognized. (Web site)
  2. The linear displacement between these two position - where a sharp image is seen in the eyepiece - gives the radius of curvature. (Web site)

Positive Displacement

  1. Two general types of supercharger are the positive displacement and centrifugal types, which pump air in direct relationship to the speed of the engine. (Web site)

Medial Displacement

  1. Lateral displacement of the proximal forearm bones results, rather than the medial displacement that typically seen in transcondylar fractures. (Web site)
  2. More medial displacement of the pharynx can produce dysphagia or aspiration, as well as changes in the voice.
  3. These lesions typically assume a more rounded appearance and may result in medial displacement of the tonsil and soft palate.

Smaller Displacement

  1. The result is that a smaller displacement between valve 10 and cylinder head 12, sometimes called low lift, will permit more fuel to pass through opening 22. (Web site)
  2. As is known, these larger displacement engines generally do not realize the same fuel economy as a smaller displacement engine. (Web site)
  3. And a smaller displacement is typically used, to improve fuel efficiency.

Positive Displacement Pumps

  1. Pumps fall into two major groups: rotodynamic pumps and positive displacement pumps. (Web site)

Positive Displacement Pump

  1. A peristaltic pump is a type of positive displacement pump used for pumping a variety of fluids. (Web site)

Displacement Vector

  1. Therefore, the displacement vector r and its velocity v are always in the plane perpendicular to the constant vector L. (Web site)

Downward Displacement

  1. Downward displacement (or gravity type) - As steam enters the chamber, it fills the upper areas as it is less dense than air. (Web site)

Displacement Mapping

  1. This difference between displacement mapping in micropolygon renderers vs. (Web site)
  2. Displacement Mapping: An extension of Bump Mapping in which textures are used to move the surface, not just change the appearance of the texture surface. (Web site)
  3. Displacement Mapping - actually displacing the surface, e.g., creating a screw from a cylinder. (Web site)

Vertex

  1. Since any of the vertices can be lifted by any distance, five more co-ordinates are added to the code, one for the displacement of each vertex.
  2. For example, such computation is required when a primitive is a curved surface or a vertex undergoes bump mapping or displacement mapping.

Automobile

  1. Chrysler 's Multi-Displacement System (MDS) is an automobile engine variable displacement technology.

Boundary

  1. One can define the thickness of the boundary layer to be the amount of this displacement. (Web site)
  2. When the boundary layer separates, its displacement thickness increases sharply, which modifies the outside potential flow and pressure field.
  3. The displacement effect of the boundary layer on the outer inviscid flow is calculated and included as a boundary condition in the inviscid technique.

Equilibrium

  1. Johann Bernoulli declares that the principle of virtual displacement is applicable to all cases of equilibrium. (Web site)

Kurds

  1. The issue of Kirkuk has arisen because of the displacement of Kurds by Saddam and the resettlement by Arabs from other parts of the region. (Web site)

Angle

  1. The degree of the angle is a function of the displacement of the beam from the center of the lens. (Web site)

Vertical

  1. In tectonics, vertical displacement is the shifting of land in a vertical direction, resulting in a permanent change in elevation.
  2. The height of the scarp formation is equal to the vertical displacement along the fault. (Web site)

Speed

  1. The Invincibles had a displacement similar to that of the Dreadnought but twice the power to give a speed of.
  2. Just as distance and displacement have distinctly different meanings (despite their similarities), so do speed and velocity.
  3. Naturally, a smaller displacement engine will require more boost or higher engine speed to meet this target than a larger engine will.

Air

  1. Many steel cylinders also accept higher pressure fills, carrying more air for the same displacement of cylinder. (Web site)
  2. The increased throughput of air and fuel allows more power to be produced with an engine of smaller displacement.
  3. The clearances and displacement ratios in pumps used for liquids and other more viscous fluids cannot displace the air due to its lower density. (Web site)

Terms

  1. The Royal Navy is the second-largest navy of the NATO alliance, in terms of the combined displacement of its fleet, after the United States Navy.
  2. The collapse of the culture is no longer explained in terms of population displacement, although there was an outmigration of Goths.

Product

  1. In mechanics, for example, energy transfer equals the product of the force applied to a body and the resulting displacement.

Limited

  1. This displacement is usually not limited to the local surface normal but can be given an arbitrary direction.

Position

  1. Displacement mapping modifies both the position and surface normal at each point on a surface, giving bumpiness to the silhouette of an object as well. (Web site)
  2. Position is not a vector; but then neither is displacement, force or velocity. (Web site)
  3. A pattern of oscillations in space in which the regions of maximum displacement and of zero displacement (the nodes) remain fixed in position. (Web site)

Point

  1. Work is a linear functional between displacement (position vector wrt to a point on a manifold) and its dual, the space of "force" vectors. (Web site)
  2. If the vector represents a directed distance or displacement from a point A to a point B (see figure), it can also be denoted as or AB.
  3. Note that a position vector may be defined as the displacement between the origin and a given point, so the above argument doesn't quite work. (Web site)

Needs

  1. The device when operated needs to produce small displacement of rock blocks near the fault. (Web site)

Larger

  1. A pushrod engine needs to have a larger displacement than a similarly powered OHC engine. (Web site)
  2. This loss of charge air results in an effective loss of displacement which requires the engine to be larger for the same power.
  3. It is identified by the head and cylinder, being much larger than normal for its displacement, the cylinder balls is also cast with the wording VTACS on it. (Web site)

Number

  1. An axial piston pump is a positive displacement pump that has a number of pistons in a circular array within a cylinder block. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Cylinders
  2. Pistons
  3. Mathematics > Algebra > Linear Algebra > Vectors
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