transient motion

transient motion

[′tranch·ənt ′mō·shən]
(physics)
An oscillatory or other irregular motion occurring while a quantity is changing to a new steady-state value.
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The transient motion and deformation of healthy RBCs and PF-RBCs at different stages were examined in a simple 2D microchannel, with the RBCs moving along the center line of the channel [22, 23].
Because of the LBM constructing to describe the transient motion and clashing of the microscopic particle, the turbulence model of the LES fits well with this purpose.
In the case of transient motion, as in the case of a transition zone, an advantage of double fasteners is obtained and visibly different sleeper motion dependent on the distance is shown.
However, since the quasi-static approach neglects the effects of acceleration and transient motion, there exist large errors between the forces estimated with the quasi-static approach and the experiments in the transient condition (Pai and Hay 1988).
The device can measure long duration transient motion as well as responding to and surviving extremely fast rise times typically found in high-g shock events.
Transient motion suggests incompleteness, whereas immanent motion is the 'act of a being in act'.
These Series 3991 and 3993 shock accelerometers, available in both single axis and triaxial configurations, represent the state-of-the-art for miniature, high-amplitude, dc response acceleration sensors, capable of measuring long duration transient motion, as well as responding to and surviving extremely fast rise times, typical of a high-g shock event, according to the company.
The Series 3991 and 3993 are available in both single and tri-axial configurations for measuring long duration transient motion. Additional features of these DC response acceleration sensors include the ability to respond and survive the faster rise times typical of a high-g shock event, as well as:
After a brief transient motion which is different, the motion settles into the same periodic pattern as before (which is why it doesn't take a certified quantum mechanic to wind up the grandfather clock).
The part is positioned during the transient motion regime, while the search occurs during the steady motion regime.
Liapis, "Transient motions of floating bodies at zero forward speed," Journal of Ship Research, vol.
The Phantom v4.0, developed by the Engineering and Design Group at Vision Research Inc., Wayne, N.J., makes it possible to see the hidden transient motions that exist in the invisible world around us.

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