dynamic acceleration

dynamic acceleration

[dī¦nam·ik ik‚sel·ə′rā·shən]
(computer science)
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On the road this Lexus has sparkling but not dynamic acceleration, being designed more for refined rather than rapid performance.
Mated to a seamless eightspeed automatic gearbox it offers relaxed high speed cruising but with the ability to react instantly when you need dynamic acceleration.
Figure 1 shows the schematic diagram of the sloshing noise test rig, which simulates the sloshing phenomenon under controlled braking load to measure dynamic force and dynamic acceleration on the tank wall.
The MTU engines were thus the right choice for us, but their dynamic acceleration behaviour was also a key factor, of course.
But at the end of the day the most impressive aspect of the car - apart from its silence - is its dynamic acceleration.
Because of the bigger wheel-rail force and the excitation of irregularity in FEM model, the tested dynamic acceleration of rail and track slab is smaller than that of FEM model.
Motorists who want more dynamic acceleration can use the gearshift in Sport and even change gear manually for more hands-on motoring.
Motorists who want more dynamic acceleration can use the gearshift in Sport setting and even change gear manually for more hands-on motoring.
The dIMU's accelerometer measures static and dynamic acceleration, up to 8 g's on all three axes.
Featuring rear-wheel drive, ActiveE uses a powerful drive system for dynamic acceleration and is claimed to offer a high level of efficiency, as well as providing seating for four and a 200-litre capacity boot.
To ensure passionate driving pleasure at all times, the new BMW Z4 comes with a range of three straight-six power units: 306 hp in the BMW Z4 sDrive35i, 258 hp in the BMW Z4 sDrive30i, and 204 hp in the BMW Z4 sDrive23i ensure truly outstanding performance and dynamic acceleration at all times.