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G-force

An inertial force usually expressed in multiples of terrestrial gravity. See g/G.
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Those G-forces can sometimes reach 5 Gs, which is greater than the average 3 Gs felt by astronauts lifting off in a rocket ship.
Carbon fiber rotors enable the acceleration of typical benchtop applications using unmatched g-forces, without compromising sample capacity.
The military was particularly concerned about the effect of G-forces on pilots, as this limited their performance in combat.
Patil will wear a high-tech aviation suit, called the G-suit, during the flight It helps fighter pilots withstand high gravitational, or G-forces, preventing excess blood from flowing out of or into the brain
He also experienced zero gravity in the so-called Vomit Comet and underwent serious G-forces in a US Air Force centrifuge.
Over the last two days of action in the skies, the 15 pilots wore a new high-tech flight suit that helped them to cope better with the high G-forces they were subjected to when racing.
Gravity," for example, unravels the mystery of G-forces on The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror or weightlessness on the Rock 'n' Roller Coaster with interviews with the engineers who design the rides.
The phenomenon that is Murphy's Law began while the major was the development engineer for the Air Force's MX981 project, which tested human tolerance to G-forces during rapid deceleration.
The new design will subject passengers to fewer g-forces and will have windows for passenger views of the Earth and space.
Nemesis sends you hurtling around pools of blood and rocky terrain, with G-forces greater than a space shuttle take-off.
Available in three sizes and two styles, Holte's BuddyBeds are the Rolls-Royces of the pet-bed market, featuring the memory foam NASA developed to help astronauts withstand the G-forces of atmospheric re-entry.