free falling

free falling

[′frē ‚fȯl·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
In ball milling, the peripheral speed at which part of the crop load breaks clear on the ascending side and falls clear to the toe of the charge.
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Tenders are invited for Free Falling Impact Vacuum System, Films Testing
Jump 30+ feet from the Empire balcony, higher than ever before, free falling into our massive air filled Hollywood stunt bag
all objects dropped simultaneously from the same height touch the ground simultaneously, irrespectively of their mass) is a good description of the behavior of free falling objects in most everyday life events, where the height of release barely exceeds one meter or two (3).
Egon Settle, a well-known Texas cowboy in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, rides Free Falling, a paint horse, to work during the winter months.
So why will Free Falling act up when Egon replaces the wooden chips in his stall?
Free Falling will back into the corner, jitter around, flick his tail, and lay his ears back, all signs of being upset and nervous.
Their other requirement was that we sign a paper to the effect that if we fell off in the course of making measurements, NOAA would not be held responsible for any personnel free falling due to gravity.
David Hackett, Tony Magnusson, and Adams were observed free falling at 15,000 feet from an airplane over Haliewa, Oahu in training for this politically poetic insult to the status quo.
Photo: (1) Riders seem to be free falling on Goliath, the new, 85-mph roller coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain.
Due to the free falling effect of the sand, more airborne contamination tends to occur compared to the tube fill method which "places" the sand in the flask.
Tenders are invited for Free Falling Dart Impact Tester With Built In Vacuum System For Plastics Films Testing