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EARTH
SPACE
THREAT
BODY WEIGHT
SIGNIFICANT INFLUENCE
VALUE
ACTION
BODY
POWERFUL FORCES
MOTION
CHANGES
CHANGE
RESULT
EMPEROR
KANGXI
MASS
GRAVITY
MOMENTUM
PARTICLES
SINGLE PARTICLE
TRAILER
MECHANICAL ENERGY
MASS RATIO
ANGULAR MOMENTUM
RIGID BODY
LINEAR MOMENTUM
EXTERNAL FORCES
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Definitions

  1. The external forces are due to gravity, inertia, contact with the ground, and contact with the atmosphere. (Web site)

Earth

  1. External forces acting on Earth from the Sun, Moon, and planets cause deviations from the fixed orientation.

Space

  1. Consider a closed loop of string, left to move through space without external forces. (Web site)

Threat

  1. False scenarios of doomsday and threat from external forces have been fabricated in order to heighten members dependency on the leader. (Web site)

Body Weight

  1. The loads on the vertebral column come from three sources: body weight, external forces, and internal forces. (Web site)

Significant Influence

  1. The isles' history has also been coloured by external forces and the significant influence that these people have had upon the rest of the world.

Value

  1. The decline in property value caused by external forces, such as neighborhood blight or adverse development.

Action

  1. In a system where no external forces are present, every action is always opposed by an equal and opposite reaction.

Body

  1. These internal forces are produced between the particles in the body as a reaction to external forces applied on the body. (Web site)

Powerful Forces

  1. Because the long bone muscles exert powerful forces on the patella, it can be fractured by muscular forces alone, without application of any external forces.

Motion

  1. In order to impart motion (or inertia) to the atmosphere and oceans, internal and external forces must develop.

Changes

  1. These changes can be caused by dynamic process on Earth, external forces including variations in sunlight intensity, and more recently by human activities. (Web site)

Change

  1. Change of direction of the axis of rotation of a body caused by external forces.

Result

  1. The spectacular events of the Oromo migration and settlement were the result of the following series of internal and external forces and factors.
  2. It shows those random fluctuations are the result of external forces acting on the magnetic field thus creating the ZPF (Puthoff, Little, and Ibison, 2002). (Web site)

Emperor

  1. His self-proclamation of Emperor was seen as largely under the influence of external forces, such as his son.

Kangxi

  1. Furthermore, the 1st Prince's actions led Kangxi to think that it may have been external forces that caused Yinreng's disgrace.

Mass

  1. There remains the matter of describing the rotation of the body about the center of mass and relating it to the external forces acting on the body. (Web site)

Gravity

  1. In the absence of gravity and other external forces, a test particle moves along a straight line at a constant speed.
  2. Orbits are unpowered flight, influenced only by external forces such as gravity and drag (Orbital Mechanics). (Web site)

Momentum

  1. Momentum is conserved when there are no external forces on the system.
  2. In an isolated system (one where external forces are absent) the total momentum will be constant: this is implied by Newton's first law of motion.
  3. In analytical mechanics the conservation of momentum is a consequence of translational invariance of Lagrangian in the absence of external forces. (Web site)

Particles

  1. The following equations of motion assume that there is a system of particles governed by internal and external forces.
  2. There exist internal forces, acting between any two particles, and external forces, acting only on the outside of the mass. (Web site)
  3. This result tells us that the velocity of the center of mass does not change if no external forces act on the system of particles.

Single Particle

  1. Particle dynamics refers to the motion of a single particle under the influence of external forces, particularly electromagnetic and gravitational forces. (Web site)

Trailer

  1. SWAY -- Fishtailing action of the trailer caused by external forces that set the trailer's mass into a lateral (side-to-side) motion. (Web site)

Mechanical Energy

  1. The amount of work done by the external forces upon the object is equal to the amount of change in the total mechanical energy of the object.
  2. The work done by external forces is capable of changing the total amount of mechanical energy from an initial value to some final value.

Mass Ratio

  1. The maximum velocity that a rocket can attain in the absence of any external forces is primarily a function of its mass ratio and its exhaust velocity. (Web site)

Angular Momentum

  1. In the absence of external forces, the angular momentum remains constant and no change of configuration can alter the total angular momentum of the system. (Web site)
  2. In the absence of external forces, the angular momentum remains constant, with the result that any rotating body tends to maintain the same axis of rotation.
  3. In the absence of external forces acting on the system, the total angular momentum of the system remains constant.

Rigid Body

  1. In other words, the distance between any two given points of a rigid body remains constant regardless of external forces exerted on it. (Web site)

Linear Momentum

  1. Then, sum of external forces equals time rate of change of total linear momentum. (Web site)
  2. Just like linear momentum, angular momentum is always conserved as well when there are no external forces acting on a system. (Web site)
  3. Linear momentum is conserved if no external forces act on the system of particles.

External Forces

  1. Without gravity or other external forces, delta-v, in the case of thrust in the direction of the velocity, is simply the change in speed.
  2. Yaw: Refers to the "fish-tailing" action of a trailer caused by external forces that set the trailer's mass into a lateral (side-to-side) motion. (Web site)
  3. Momentum is a conserved quantity, meaning that the total momentum of any closed system (one not affected by external forces) cannot change.

Categories

  1. Linear Momentum
  2. Rigid Body
  3. Yaw
  4. Delta-V
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