linear velocity

linear velocity

[′lin·ē·ər və′läs·əd·ē]
(mechanics)
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Once the steady-state condition was verified, that is, when flux (Q) variations were below 5% in a week, the following water flow parameters were obtained from each column: the saturated hydraulic conductivity, K (Darcy, 1856); Darcy velocity, q (Darcy, 1856)and average linear velocity, v (Freeze and Cherry, 1979).
There were derived the linear velocity components of the corresponding points [N.sub.1], [N.sub.2] and [N.sub.3] on the surface of the oscillating scatterer-pendulum hemisphere (Fig.
Racket displacements and the development of an acoustic signal in a cycle of strokes were used to identify the moment when the racket made contact with the ball and evaluate the maximum linear velocity of the racket (resultant--VRmax) and the linear velocity at the moment of contact (resultant--VRcont).
If an LDPE profile with an MI of 2 was extruded at 100 lb/hr (1.03 in.3/sec), it would have a linear velocity of about 22 ft/min.
It should be noted that in contract with the known method of false assertions, which is used for similar researches of structural groups of the third class and after obtaining the actual velocity of one point of the complex link of the structural group requires to rebuild the diagram in order to determine the actual velocities of all other points of the mechanism, the proposed sequence of kinematic analysis allows researching the mechanisms of the fourth class without having to rebuild the diagram that was built on an indefinite scale, and lets us select the magnitude of linear velocity vector of point A of a crank followed by calculation of real scale parameter of the completed graphical construction.
Direct interpolation algorithms [12, 13] do not have satisfied linear velocity control ability because welding quality is very sensitive.
Prior to compute linear velocity through numerical integration, the acceleration due to gravity has to be removed from the sensor's readings.
where L denotes wheel base; (x, y, [theta]) denotes the posture of the vehicle in global coordinate; [phi] denotes steering angle; and [nu] denotes linear velocity at the center of the rear axle.
[mathematical expression not reproducible] is the unknown input, which affects the linear velocity in the X- and Y-axis of the maneuvering target.
We use the lemniscates trajectory which seems to be the most provocative trajectory tracking cases which has constant change of rotation radius with constant linear velocity. This trajectory is described by the following formula:

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