lateral displacement

lateral displacement

[′lad·ə·rəl di′splās·mənt]
(navigation)
The number of nautical miles an aircraft has been displaced, perpendicular to its effective air path, determined by a pressure pattern formula. Also known as lateral drift; pressure pattern displacement.
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Aorto-caval compression may be alleviated by lateral displacement of the uterus either by placing a wedge underneath to raise one side of the maternal pelvis or by moving the participants completely laterally to one side4.
The new disconnect system for cavity pressure and temperature sensors automatically compensates for lateral displacement of the inserts.
s) supply 1 autogreder piece equipped with front blade, Medial blade with hydraulic lateral displacement.
The lateral displacement increases with the increase in number of storey increases.
In one study of 57 women with a surgical diagnosis of endometriosis, uterosacral ligament abnormalities, lateral displacement of the cervix, and cervical stenosis were observed in 47%, 28%, and 19% of the women, respectively.
The 9-DOF as follows: vehicle lateral displacement, vertical displacement, pitch, roll, vehicle yaw velocity, and movement of the vertical direction of four wheels.
In addition, this rapid reductor could correct various deformations of overlapping, anterior, posterior, and lateral displacement and rotation.
Using a technology called nanoscale deterministic lateral displacement, or nano-DLD, IBM scientists Dr.
In Table 3 the averaged postural lateral displacement in the head, shoulders, hips and knees is presented.
The meaning of motion mode includes (A) the amplitude ratio and the phase difference between the lateral displacements of front and rear tires, and (B) the amplitude ratio and the phase difference between the lateral displacement of the vehicle C.
Since it can't, the medium moves away from the flutes, creating a lateral displacement of fluid and energy transfer.