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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This study provides similar vertical GRF readings to those witnessed in the current study, especially in terms of the recreationally trained participants at the 25% drop height (~0.
The peak chest and pelvis accelerations recorded during all the drop tests conducted during both phases are presented in Figure 6 as a function of ATD drop height.
Prior to the experimental task, the participant was allowed to perform a few practice trials encompassing the possible instances of launcher's drop height and chain length.
Duncan's multiple range tests was performed to determine the effects of drop height and impact surfaces on bruise area and bruise volume.
The substances separate, yielding pure TNT and CL-20 that's peppered with structural defects that make it even more touchy, with a drop height of 41 centimeters.
The obtained investigation results show that for the package edge deformations, when a package is dropped onto the bottom plane, the drop height has no effect.
Due to the fact that each student's fin and nose cone are unique to his/her design, the flight path of rockets will differ, making it a challenge for the students to use the proper angles and drop height to land their rockets on the target.
However, PFWD elastic modulus depends on several parameters of the instrument including loading drop weight, drop height, plate diameter, plate surface contact and etc that may affect PFWD results (Lin et al.
High strain rates caused by drop height and the bending frequency result in pad cratering that may precede electrical failures.
The impact testing system have: maximum gravity mode velocity up to 5,0 m/s, maximum spring assisted high velocity up to 20 m/s, maximum physical drop height of 1,25 metres, self-id load cell for measuring drop mass (figure 1).
Infeed height is adaptable to the robot's drop height.