displacement curve

displacement curve

[dis′plās·mənt ‚kərv]
(naval architecture)
A graph of the displacement of a vessel versus its draft; it is a curve of form.
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Figure 12 shows the velocity and displacement curves. The velocity and displacement curve were improved, and the feasibility of the method has been proved.
In addition, the displacement curve of the sample was not smooth after STOA and LTOA.
The horizontal displacement curve is approximately symmetric about point C after the long-term monitoring.
Caption: FIGURE 6: Displacement curve before vibration compensation.
From the current study, the analytical FEM values of load displacement curve, it is shown that for unconfined R.C.Column the ultimate load carrying capacity was nearly 800 kN and for the GFRP Confined R.C.
When a set of coefficients are given, the force displacement curve of the vibration isolation platform can be got, as is demonstrated in Figure 5.
Caption: FIGURE 6: Load versus displacement curve of an ENAS disc from compression test.
Along the mth row, R reached its maximum value where the shift in G matched its step with that in the horizontal displacement curve best.
Caption: Figure 11: Displacement curve of X direction.
In some applications, it is necessary to control the displacement curve, the velocity curve, the acceleration curve, and even the jerk curve.
The force displacement curve from the test has been adopted for the FE simulation.
The area under the load - displacement curve between 0 and 25 mm calculated by the aim of CAD based program and the results are given in Table 5.