total impulse

total impulse

[′tōd·əl ′im‚pəls]
(aerospace engineering)
The product of the thrust and the time over which the thrust is produced, expressed in pounds (force)-seconds; used especially in reference to a rocket motor or a rocket engine.
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Tender issueThe objectives of this procurement are to design assemble and validate by tests a low-erosion Hall-effect thruster prototype capable of operating at nominal performance between 15 and 25 kW of discharge power with its associated redundant cathodes for high total impulse missions.
Instead, to keep reliability high, the thrusters feature solenoid values that simply open and close to control the total impulse on the vehicle.
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activition]) and jump performance (jump height, total impulse, time to peak force, contact time) of nonstretched lower limbs during SBDJ tasks, and (2) time course and extent of sEMG (IEMG, [IEMG.
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Frequency tailoring also enables the sensors to capture both peak pressure and total impulse calculations.
Applications include measuring blast pressure in free-field or closed bunker arenas to obtain peak pressure, total impulse, shock wave and time-of-arrival measurements often used to study blast effects on structures, vehicles and humans.
Using Equations 5 and 6, the total impulse duration is expressed as
For others, rug buying is a total impulse purchase.
Because we produce relatively low thrust, we have to operate for longer periods of time to get the same total impulse," Patterson adds.

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