rotation point

rotation point

The location along a runway where an aircraft is brought to the flying attitude as the takeoff speed is reached.
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The Upender uses a simple adjustable deflector plate at the carton rotation point and adjustable stainless steel guide rail brackets for product control.
UAVSAR generates the virtual rotation point by antenna steering.
In order to achieve all of SEW requirements, the system was designed with two loading stations having a stationary trolley set assembly in position that would allow the operator to attach the product onto the trolley load bar support points, smaller products being suspended from any of the rotation units on the load bar, whilst larger product would be suspended from the central rotation point.
She also runs her own business strategy consultancy, Rotation Point.
dz--distance from rotation point (the object mass center) to the k-th trolley center (Fig.
* When departing behind a larger aircraft, note the other aircraft's rotation point, and if able, rotate your aircraft prior to that point.
where [R.sub.rs] represents the minimum distance from rotation point to SAR sensor, and [R.sub.rg] denotes the minimum distance from rotation point to ground scene [24], and subscripts r, s, and g are referred to as rotation point, SAR sensor, and ground target, respectively.
The original Allrounder had a rotation point with a screw gear drive to enable both a horizontal or vertical arrangement of the clamping and injection units.
o Auto Center of Rotation: Sets the center of rotation to a point on the model that is nearest to the display screen center, which is helpful at higher zoom levels, or designers can pick a new center of rotation point on the 3D model to suit their individual design task
([dagger]) * Rotation point selected to approximate rotation point of physical test.
It is not seen as a mainstream rotation point like disciplines such as surgery or internal medicine.
From the rotation point of view, the log sway means that a log is measured in a different position compared to its position when it arrives at the rotation mechanism.