point of impact


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point of impact

[′pȯint əv ′im‚pakt]
(ordnance)
The point at which a bullet, bomb, or projectile strikes.
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Jones also points to an analysis that says that the towers would have only "gravity collapsed" to the point of impact and not all the way to the ground.
Now pull down and away from the door while turning your hand so that the back of the hand turns to point in the direction of the simulated shot at point of impact.
Witnesses said a mother with a child in a buggy had passed the point of impact seconds earlier.
has introduced Tactilus, a new electronic tactile force and pressure indicating sensor that allows engineers to monitor how force is disbursed at the point of impact.
We found that the point of impact moved less than 2 inches at 40 yards.
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As this happened, the researchers observed the directions in which those products shot off from the point of impact.
The trajectory of the rockets after being fired from 1,000 yards out necessitated a correct calibration from the launch position to the point of impact.
WASHINGTON -- This month Pentagon officials expect offices destroyed at the point of impact in the Sept.
Damage starts at the point of impact and local responders are the first and only responders.
If the stress lines are smooth, or almost so, with no point of impact or penetration present, and no radial or concentric breaks in the glass, then excessive heat caused the damage.
A very small variance in the line of sight will make a huge difference in the point of impact at 100 yards.