inertial reference frame

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inertial reference frame

[i′nər·shəl ′ref·rəns ‚frām]
(mechanics)
A coordinate system in which a body moves with constant velocity as long as no force is acting on it. Also known as inertial coordinate system.
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The report also summarizes the market size of the industrial inertial system of China for the time period of 2012-2022, along with its status, outlook and government policies.
Figures 2 and 3 present the graphs of the time evolution of the errors of speed and distance of one channel of the inertial system for the case of gyroscope platform failure.
In his interpretation of Einstein, Kaplan distinguishes between first- order and second-order judgments: "the opposed but equally correct first-order judgments of an observer on each of two independent inertial systems .
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Companies Mentioned in this Report: Honeywell International, Northrop Grumman, Sagem, Thales Group, Atlantic Inertial Systems, KVH Industries, Systron Donner Inertial, Teledyne, VectorNav Technologies.
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The Theory of Dynamic Interactions generalizes the inertial concepts and phenomena, including them in a unified structure of a new rotational dynamics of fields for non inertial systems.
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Commenting on the development, Mark Carter, Business Development Manager for Inertial Systems at Sonardyne said, “Fly-By-Wire ROV control using real-world coordinates significantly improves operational efficiency compared to relative-only positioning methods.
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