Deflection factor | Article about deflection factor by The Free Dictionary
deflection factor[di′flek·shən ‚fak·tər]
The reciprocal of the deflection sensitivity in a cathode-ray tube.
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The values for these deflection factors
were two to four times larger than the deflection factor
of 360 (L/360).
The reason for using the manufacturer's charts is to obtain equivalency between the effects of a group of landing gear wheels to a DSWL mean of Boussinesq deflection factors