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G-force

An inertial force usually expressed in multiples of terrestrial gravity. See g/G.
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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
The G-forces you're under as an astronaut are incredible.
Deveoped by the Red Bull Air Race's Research & Development team in Salzburg, the tight-fitting G-Race Suit contains special liquid-filled tubes which change shape under G-Forces, contracting the special non-stretch fabric and putting pressure on the lower extremities of the body to ensure that oxygen-rich blood remains in the head.
During testing, someone raised a concern over the accuracy of the instruments used to determine the amount of G-forces the sled's pilot, then-Capt.
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.
He's taken students on field trips to Magic Mountain to measure the velocity of roller coasters, study the G-forces of Goliath and figure out the friction needed to stay aloft on Roundabout.
The Ultra 8 Select centrifuge's four-position speed control provides accurate speeds for specific g-forces, for blood, urine, fecal, and other fluids because it properly separates the specimen without cell damage.
He explains g-forces and how machines can multiply force to aid work.
Among the activities, students determined the mass of the Earth, learned about acceleration of G-forces and calculated the trajectory of the model rockets they built.
The pilots now find themselves as merely a voting member of an advanced flight control system that analyzes airspeed, altitude, and G-forces, as well as pilot inputs, to maneuver the jet to its fullest potential.