drop height


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drop height

The height of aircraft above the drop zone at the moment of a drop.
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The magnitude of this pulse increases however with the table drop height.
open or closed cell, cushion thickness, drop height, number of impacts, and test temperature (2).
Additionally, we looked into the effect of reducing the drop height increments to increase the test's precision.
The machine also meets food industry hygiene requirements, with easy access for cleaning and stainless steel construction, while a compact design gives low drop height for fragile goods and allows installation under most existing weigher gantry systems.
The mass and the drop height determine the potential energy of the hammer.
Commonly misunderstood, mil-spec testing does not prescribe a specific drop height.
The results were surprising, the iPhone 6 broke at a drop height of 3ft while the iPhone 4 and 5 withstood drop heights well over 4 ft, and the Galaxy S4 withstood a drop height of 4 ft.
Trials are underway to reduce the H levels in the casting machine through an improved metal delivery technique that minimizes the vertical drop height and decreases velocity surges in the melt during filling.
Its front panel keyboard enables the user to program all necessary test parameters, such as drop height and dart mass.
Thus, the cushioning thickness, d, may be computed from the static load for known product dimensions and weight, the maximum drop height, h, and the critical acceleration, [A.
Thanks to a low product drop height, breakage rates are low and output high.
The water retention provided is 500 to 1000 m3 for a drop height of 735 m.