deflection change

deflection change

[di′flek·shən ‚chānj]
(ordnance)
Change in azimuth setting applying to all guns in a battery when the target moves, or when a shift is made from one target to another; it does not include the deflection difference, which allows for the difference in positions of the various guns firing at the same target.
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Comparing ABIA inclination with the inclination of the ParaTrack 2 probe enables monitoring of any deviation or deflection change in order to make necessary steering corrections before problems can occur.
Kinetics of the deflection change was observed during heating of specimen according to the schema shown in Fig.
A PBIL which is defined as a load or a system of loads which guarantees positive bending moments in the inspection region makes the deflection change sensitive to structural changes so that the optimization is carried out rapidly.
However, it does not provide an effective solution when the extent of roll deflection changes.
Neither the double-design impact load nor the ultimate impact load caused strength or ultimate deflection changes in TSJs.