line displacement

line displacement

[′līn di‚splās·mənt]
(astrophysics)
Widening or shifting of spectral lines of celestial objects arising from several causes, such as gas under high pressure.
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The average line displacement was determined through a weighted mean of the displacements from all vertexes, using as weight value the length of the two segments adjacent to each vertex.
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In straight line displacement the outside perturbations who act on the vehicle came first time from the road.
In the straight line displacement of the vehicle this angles provides the stability of movement without produce perturbations.
However, description of the welding line displacement is hardly to be found.
Whether produced with different types of materials or the same material having different thickness, the stronger material in the TWB will resist deformation more than the weaker material, causing a welding line displacement in to the stamped part.
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Here, we also focus on line displacement, which is a major problem in line processing.
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