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FORCE DENSITY
FORCE ROTATION
UNBALANCED FORCE ACTING
NET FORCE ACTING
MEANS
HIGHER
PHYSICS
EFFECT
GRAVITY
SPACE
PRODUCT
MAGNITUDE
PLATES
MOMENTUM
DIRECTION
OPPOSITE DIRECTION
UNIT AREA
SURFACE TEXTURE
FORCES
ELECTRON
MAGNETIC DIPOLE
FLUID
BODY
MOTION
GRAVITATIONAL FIELD
GRAVITATION
PARTICLES
PARTICLE
MECHANICAL WORK
TORQUE
CIRCULAR PATH
NEWTON
THIRD LAW
MASS
PROPORTIONAL
FORCE
ACCELERATION
FORCE ACTING
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Force Density

  1. We explicitly show that the integral of this force density over the plate reproduces the total force acting on the plate.

Force Rotation

  1. This gives the force acting on the piston pin 43 a large effective moment arm to force rotation of the eccentric bushing 28. (Web site)

Unbalanced Force Acting

  1. First: A particle remains at rest or continues to move with a uniform velocity in a straight line if there is no unbalanced force acting on it. (Web site)

Net Force Acting

  1. The centripetal force is the radial component of the net force acting on a body when the problem is analyzed in an inertial system. (Web site)

Means

  1. This means that the gravitational force acting between earth and moon is decreasing. (Web site)

Higher

  1. Therefore the force acting on the electrons is even higher than just protons attracting them.

Physics

  1. Physics The motion of the axis of a spinning body, such as the wobble of a spinning top, when there is an external force acting on the axis.

Effect

  1. This effect can be more easily understood by considering the reduction in the gravitational force acting between the Earth and the spacecraft. (Web site)

Gravity

  1. Gravity is the centripetal force acting on the Earth to keep it in orbit.

Space

  1. The external force acting on the rod represents the term responsible for the geodesic deviation in the space of the total Frenet curvature and twist.

Product

  1. The torque acting on the pendulum is the product of the force acting perpendicular to the radius of the pendulum and the radius,. (Web site)

Magnitude

  1. Find the magnitude of the resultant force acting on the block. (Web site)

Plates

  1. The force acting on the plates is attributed to fluctuating thermal radiation. (Web site)

Momentum

  1. The Yarkovsky effect is a force acting on a rotating body in space caused by the anisotropic emission of thermal photons, which carry momentum. (Web site)
  2. The unbalanced force acting on the driving-point increases this momentum, and is measured by the rate of its increase. (Web site)

Direction

  1. Find the direction and magnitude of the force acting on the right-hand electron.

Opposite Direction

  1. The force acting on is in opposite direction. (Web site)

Unit Area

  1. Pressure is the amount of force acting on a unit area. (Web site)

Surface Texture

  1. Drag is the force acting in the direction or parallel to the flow and it depends on surface texture.

Forces

  1. Equilibrium occurs when the resultant force acting on a point particle is zero (that is, the vector sum of all forces is zero). (Web site)

Electron

  1. Find the central force acting on the electron as it revolves in a circular orbit of radius 5.15 × 10−11 m.

Magnetic Dipole

  1. There has been some discussion on how to calculate the force acting on a magnetic dipole. (Web site)

Fluid

  1. Another, less obvious, is the effect of a pressure force acting in a direction not aligned with a density gradient in the fluid. (Web site)
  2. The Grashof number is a dimensionless number in fluid dynamics which approximates the ratio of the buoyancy to viscous force acting on a fluid.

Body

  1. In physics, a force acting on a body is that which causes the body to accelerate; that is, to change its velocity.
  2. The reason all the nuclei in your body are not spontaneously exploding at this moment is that there is another force acting.
  3. This means that in addition to the gravity of the earth and moon, account must be taken of the centrifugal force acting on a body in orbit.

Motion

  1. That means, if one sees a bend in the flow of air, or if air originally at rest is accelerated into motion, there is a force acting on it. (Web site)
  2. Not only does the motion of the electron occur in three dimensions but there is also a force acting on the electron.
  3. An unbalanced force acting on a body free to move will change the motion of the body.

Gravitational Field

  1. For instance, the gravitational force acting upon a body can be seen as the action of the gravitational field that is present at the body's location.

Gravitation

  1. GR describes gravitation as a curvature of spacetime, and states that there is no force acting on an object under the influence of gravitation.

Particles

  1. Also, the force acting on the particles depends directly on the their velocity distribution function, f. (Web site)

Particle

  1. However, when there is no force acting upon a particle its potential energy is zero and the Schrödinger equation for the particle can be exactly solved. (Web site)
  2. So long as the force acting on a particle is known, Newton's second law is sufficient to describe the motion of a particle. (Web site)
  3. The gravitational force acting on a particle is not a scalar, but its magnitude is. (Web site)

Mechanical Work

  1. In physics, mechanical work is the amount of energy transferred by a force acting through a distance.

Torque

  1. Torque is the net force acting in a cylinder at any instance during an engine combustion cycle. (Web site)

Circular Path

  1. Clearly an object moving in a circular path must have an outside force acting on it to produce the non-linear motion.

Newton

  1. Since one definition of weight is the force acting between two objects due to gravity, the newton is also the unit of weight.
  2. Newton reasoned that the circular motions of the planets are the result of a net force acting upon each of them. (Web site)

Third Law

  1. Jet engines operate according to Newton's third law of motion, which states that every force acting on a body produces an equal and opposite force. (Web site)

Mass

  1. However, this uniform centrifugal force is just equal (but with opposite sign) to the gravitational force acting on the centre of mass of Earth.
  2. Consider a point object with a mass m, a non-zero, constant velocity and a centripetal force acting on it toward a central body as shown below. (Web site)

Proportional

  1. Newton's second law of motion states that the rate of change of momentum is proportional to the force acting on the particle. (Web site)
  2. According to this law, the force acting between two electric charges is radial, inverse-square, and proportional to the product of the charges. (Web site)

Force

  1. The moment of a force is a measure of the turning effect, or torque, produced by the force acting on an object. (Web site)
  2. Force is a vector quantity defined as the rate of change of the momentum of the body that would be induced by that force acting alone. (Web site)

Acceleration

  1. Second: The acceleration of a particle is proportional to the resultant force acting on it and is in the direction of this force. (Web site)

Force Acting

  1. Weight: The force acting on a body in a gravitational field, equal to the product of its mass and the acceleration of the body produced by the field. (Web site)
  2. Per Newton (1) gravity is decreased when mass is decreased and (2) acceleration of a body is given by dividing the force acting upon it by its mass. (Web site)
  3. Mass determines the acceleration produced in a body by a given force acting on it, the acceleration being inversely proportional to the mass of the body.

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