roll acceleration

roll acceleration

[′rōl ik‚sel·ə‚rā·shən]
(mechanics)
The angular acceleration of an aircraft or missile about its longitudinal or X axis.
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The taller MCU jounce bumpers used on the Dodge Ram SRT-10 help stabilize handling at higher speeds, reduce roll acceleration, improve vehicle balance and generally reduce vehicle understeer.
Spartan Active Ride gathers input from the four corners of the coach, integrates data on driving conditions, braking, speed, roll acceleration and steering angle, and then adjusts each shock absorber to smooth out the ride.