angle equation

angle equation

[′aŋ·gəl i‚kwā·zhən]
(engineering)
A condition equation which expresses the relationship between the sum of the measured angles of a closed figure and the theoretical value of that sum, the unknowns being the corrections to the observed directions or angles, depending on which are used in the adjustment. Also known as triangle equation.
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Figure 10 is a graph that depicts the lateral acceleration and resulting lean angle from each cornering maneuver from our testing compared to the lean angle Equation (1) would predict for each lateral acceleration level.