Plane Motion

Plane Motion

 

the motion of a rigid body such that all its points move parallel to some fixed plane. The study of plane motion reduces to the study of the motion of an invariant plane figure within its plane. Such motion is composed of translational motion together with an arbitrarily selected pole around which rotational motion occurs. Plane motion can also be represented as a series of elementary rotations about instantaneous centers of rotation that continuously change position.

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Postoperatively, the patient had regained active flexion to the range of 70[degrees] with passive range of 90[degrees] and coronal plane motion to the range of 20[degrees].
In this paper plane motion of object in simulated weightless is covered.
6 * Sagittal plane motion = flexion and extension or dorsiflexion and plantar flexion; frontal plane motion = inversion and eversion; transverse plane motion = abduction and adduction.
The non-dimensional equations describing the steady plane motion of an incompressible fluid of variable viscosity in the absence of external forces (neglecting viscous dissipation) are
On the basis of the data acquired, the roll mode of lateral plane motion and short period mode of longitudinal plane motion were identified.
There was also high variability in the data particularly with respect to the hip transverse plane motion, which is attributed to difficulties in obtaining these measurements, but could also possibly be a reflection of the sample size.
2, aren't linked to plane motion and are caused only by the spatial orientation of the measurement system [7].
Depending on the range of transverse plane motion available in the lower extremities, large twisting trunk forces may have been created to overcome the resistance of the belt and to complete the task.
Coverage of electromechanical transducers and mechanical systems in plane motion
Therefore, in the batt derriere, for example, the pelvis is making a greater contribution to transverse plane motion than the hip (0.