collision parameter

collision parameter

[kə′lizh·ən pə′ram·əd·ər]
(aerospace engineering)
In orbit computation, the distance between a center of attraction of a central force field and the extension of the velocity vector of a moving object at a great distance from the center.
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Also, "a new 'clamp' entity allows programmers to quickly define whether to ignore a fixture or collision check against it during toolpath calculation," says Perry, as well as assign clearance requirements and collision parameters. These clamps can be associated with specific setups, even if the clamps are not in place at the start of the machining operation.
This study extends the understanding of how Toyota EDRs respond in low speed collisions with various collision parameters.
To achieve this goal, we conducted sled tests using a variety of collision parameters to determine each ACM's threshold acceleration and to develop regression models to predict the actual speed change from the EDR-reported speed change for each EDR generation and vehicle model.
Influence of the Collision Parameters. k and [C.sub.1] are the main collision parameters, which are mainly determined by the isolation rubber at the top of the piston.
In Section 3, we reproduce the framework for including the anisotropic stress effects on the propagation of gravitational waves by assuming physically reliable conditions over the collision parameters. The dynamical evolution of tensor modes and its corresponding potential modifications on the C[gamma]B temperature for a RMD environment is therefore quantified.
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