actual motion

actual motion

[′ak·chə·wəl ′mō·shən]
(navigation)
Motion of a craft relative to the earth.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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We also took a tour of a top-secret testing facility below the Iron Man Experience ride (no photos allowed), stopping at a Stan Lee tribute wall before checking out the actual motion simulator beneath the ride known as Advanced Technology Leisure Application Simulator (ATLAS) in action.
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The actual motion of the fiber probes when second resonance dithering mode is operative, illustrating both mostly "shear force" and "tapping mode" behavior as a function of the probes' sizes can be seen in Supplementary Materials (available here).
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The plot shows that the deviation of the actual motion from the desired one is sufficiently small (up to 35 mm).
Figure 8(a) shows the difference between the command and actual motion in the vertical direction without load.
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"We have been fine tuning the parameters of the model to replicate the actual motion and response of a normal, healthy human heart," says Levine.
Ensure you have a purpose and understand why you're doing this, or it will be difficultto put your thoughts in actual motion.
Going forward: Unless you mean actual motion in a non-reverse direction the words you want are "in the future" or "from now on".
An enlarged section of the set [T.sub.Z] trajectory and the actual motion [T.sub.R] of the seeker axis