maximum track

maximum track

maximum track
As it relates to parachuting, it is a free-fall position with a reverse arch and the arms at the sides and the legs together. This position allows horizontal component speeds up to 60 km/h (32 mph).
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In addition, Figure 7(a) shows that the maximum track receptance is -171 dB, and the minimum track receptance is -194 dB.
Bahrain has long been a favourite destination for off-season Formula One testing due to the favourable weather conditions during the winter months, which allows for maximum track time.
SPIN GEAR has a total track length of 380 metres and a maximum track height of 13.55 metres.
wide, and the two frame widths could allow a maximum track width of 136 in., after maximum adjustment.
Since the bottom of the toenail contacts the ground as a more or less flat surface, a deer leaves its maximum track width regardless of the degree of ground hardness."
(There's no connection with the company and product that bore the CD Plus name until last year, recently changing it to OVID.) The essence of the Blue Book standard is that there are two (recording) sessions on the disc--the first session from track 1 up to a maximum track 98 (usually about track 6 or 8 on the titles I looked at), followed by a gap, then by the computer data session.
The world-class Sakhir race track has hosted Formula One pre-season tests in the past, and teams have always benefited greatly from the warm temperatures, maximum track time and minimal distractions and interruptions both on and off the track.
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