deceleration


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deceleration

[dē‚sel·ə′rā·shən]
(mechanics)
The rate of decrease of speed of a motion.
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The Denford car deceleration system has been developed following extensive research into the physics of dissipating energy, with the Denford design engineers creating a new piece of equipment to improve on the current system of towel buffers.
All deceleration tests were repeated four times for each test condition and snowmobile.
NUMBER OF DECELERATIONS IN RECORDINGS OF THE TEST GROUP Deceleration type Min count Max count Average Early decelerations 5 44 6 Late decelerations 0 26 9 Prolonged decelerations 0 7 0.2 TABLE VI.
Deceleration values were calculated over targeted speed ranges (straight: 0.65-0.95 m/s; turning: 0.1-0.3 m/s).
2004), courts have been pouring the foundation of deceleration in Florida.
In this study, it was aimed to determine the frequency of growth deceleration/retardation in children who had problems in growth during well-baby outpatient follow-up visits at Gazi University, Medical Faculty, the month during which it occured mostly and the causes of growth problems and to elucidate the contibution of early recognition of this deceleration to treatment and the child's health.
take other security measures when the current distance is lower than or equal to the critical braking distance, this state is judged to be dangerous and automatic braking deceleration on the host vehicle needs to be carried out immediately:
The midwife admitted mixing up the two pregnant women's notes and noting the deceleration of the unborn baby's heartbeat as well as failing to complete a supervised practice programme.
Spreading that same energy out over 10 feet drops the deceleration to 18G, which is bad, but survivable.
The deceleration of all economic agents' domestic indebtedness in 2018 (7.7% against 13.1% in 2017), results from the combined effect of the slower financing granted by the financial system (8.2% vs.
Security Bank AVP and chief economist Robert Dan Roces said inflation likely hit 2.3 percent in July this year-continuing its deceleration path after being disrupted by a one-off blip in May.