normal impact

normal impact

[′nȯr·məl ′im‚pakt]
(mechanics)
Impact on a plane perpendicular to the trajectory.
Striking of a projectile against a surface that is perpendicular to the line of flight of the projectile.
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It's highly unlikely, especially since the outer rim always looks like a perfectly normal impact crater.
Rise was attributable to higher salaries and wages expense, outsource job contractor charges and provision for doubtful debts beside normal impact of inflation in Pakistan.
Normal impact of end of season milk production on NZ ingredients earnings, Timing of completion of announced business sales in Australia, No further geopolitical deterioration in Venezuela and Brazil.
Skipper Luke Crang was unable to make his normal impact and debutant Callum Walker found the going tough, although Martin Knuckey improved during the meeting to pick up paid-seven.
If you talk to medics they say it is because the British Standard is all about normal impact and most injuries are not normal impacts.
1 mm thick, offering a firm structure that will withstand normal impact without breaking.
The PowerStop Plus mode will switch the breaker to high impact energy with normal impact rate while the Easy-Power Plus mode sets the breaker to high impact rate with normal impact energy.
2 m/s as well as a normal impact force that ranges from 20 to 300 g, depending on the person.
One reason is the normal impact of a downswing in what remains a cyclical industry - even though Airbus has argued that delivery peaks and troughs are far less marked than they used to be.
6 Craig Bellamy: Had Wales' best chance in the second half and worked hard, but was starved of decent service for the most part and struggled to make his normal impact.
NNA - 15/2/2012 - Interior and Municipalities Minister Marwan Charbel on Wednesday revealed the reasons behind the building collapse in Fassouh, Achrafieh, saying the major factor is the construction's aged structure as well as other direct and indirect causes such as the removal of a sandy wall adjacent to the building, and the normal impact of the construction next to it, as well as underground water reasons.
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