cushioning effect


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cushioning effect

cushioning effect
Cushioning effect (in ground effect).
A temporary gain in lift and decrease in drag during flight near the ground or water caused by the compression of air between the wings of the aircraft and the surface below. Also called ground effect.
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Place them under your current insoles to supplement the cushioning effect.
In essence, they resemble with-profits bonds but possess no cushioning effect.
passenger -- It deploys air bags at certain speeds -- It deploys air bags in anticipation of rear-end collision -- The air bag can have two layers for cushioning effect -- The air bag can be deployed away from the head.
The bigger the tyre side wall the more cushioning effect it has on the bumps.
Homasote also provides the extra benefit of adding a resilient cushioning effect to the floor making the surface more comfortable to work on for Audubon employees.
Other unique properties of ClearSite are its cooling and cushioning effect on the wound bed that is helpful in improving patient comfort during the healing process.
Other unique properties of the Borderless Rolled Wound Dressing are its cooling and cushioning effect on the wound site that is helpful in improving patient comfort during the healing process.
In fact, the rapid deflation of the bag is designed to maximize the cushioning effect of the airbag system.
Lane Clark said the position could have been even worse, because the IAS 19 accounting standard used for measuring pension liabilities on company balance sheets has had a cushioning effect.
These slide into the sole of the shoe offering a customised cushioning effect.
Also depending on the nature of the activity, synthetic surfaces can be installed with a shock absorbent subsystem in order to increase the cushioning effect experienced by the athlete.
The cushioning effect inherent with the bellows designs can replace external devices like springs, height or level compensators, and mechanical devices used to smooth the handling of uneven surfaces.