acceleration time

acceleration time

[ak‚sel·ə′rā·shən ‚tīm]
(computer science)
The time required for a magnetic tape transport or any other mechanical device to attain its operating speed.
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The V8 engine lurks beneath the bonnet of the 650i Convertible model, with twin turbochargers giving a power output of 407bhp for a 0-60mph acceleration time of about five seconds, an electronically limited top speed of 155mph, economy of 27mpg and a CO figure of 243g/km.
The optional Powerkit increases the top speed of the four-seater GT to 190mph and shaves the 0 to 60 acceleration time down to 3.
The Ferrari 599 GTO model ensures 0-100 km/h acceleration time of just 3.
With a top speed close on 200mph and 0 to 60mph acceleration time of 3.
Nonetheless, the 0-60mph acceleration time is a leisurely 14 seconds while economy is 43mpg and the CO2 rating is 154g/ km.
0D SE does not feel at all underpowered and can achieve a 0 to 60mph acceleration time of 10.
The upgraded, turbocharged T5 engine generates 300bhp for a 0 to 60mph acceleration time of under 5.
This reportedly will drop the car's 0-60 mph acceleration time into the mid-three second range, and add a few mph to its top speed.
injection speed of 500 mm/sec and acceleration time of 0.
Its milling motor is inside the turret and directly coupled to the milling tool, reducing spindle acceleration time by two-thirds and diminishing vibration and noise by one-half.
The GT has a 0-60mph acceleration time of less than six seconds and a top speed of 145mph, thanks to some aerodynamic tinkering.
This includes the acceleration time, the deceleration time, when tape is stopped and is under tension, and when no tape is loaded.