translational speed

translational speed

That speed where translational lift is acquired and transverse flow occurs.
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NOAA's James Kossin reviewed global hurricane track and intensity data for the years 1949-2016 to evaluate changes in hurricane translational speed, which is the speed at which the storms track along their paths.
The translational speed of a RBC decreases as its elasticity modulus increases [31].
The translational speed of a RBC decreases as its elasticity modulus increases The comparison between the present results and other available results show that the Lattice Boltzmann and Immersed Boundary methods have good capability for modeling of immersed objects motions.
The effects of the main process parameters (a) the applied load (b) rotating speed and (c) translational speed of the tool on the Vickers hardness of the modified region are shown in figure(7).
The depth of the transformed zones increased with increasing the applied load, rotational speed and reducing the translational speed.
Systems-biology approaches combining the identification of gene networks (and their regulatory components) that modulate ethanol consumption/seeking behaviors in validated animal models with human studies on genetic variation in AUD phenotypes or treatment responses may enhance translational speed and success.
The ram is driven by an electronically commutated AC servo motor controlled by servo electronics to ensure constant rotational and therefore translational speed.
The damping coefficient [D.sub.yx] is always negative and peaks at a low translational speed. Since the lift force increases with increase in [v.sub.x] (see Figure 14), energy is being added to the system, hence, the damping coefficient [D.sub.yx] is negative.
Three nondimensional control parameters are used to define the vortex dipole: the horizontal Froude number [Fr.sub.h] = [U.sub.0]/NR, where [U.sub.0] is the translational speed of the dipole and R is the dipole radius; the Reynolds number Re = [R.sup.2][NFr.sub.h] /v , where v is the kinematic viscosity of the fluid; and the aspect ratio [alpha] = [L.sub.v]/R, where [L.sub.v] is the vertical length scale of the dipole defined by a Gaussian envelope.
As a result of rolling away at translational speed v, segment length L continuously emerges and disappears in time t = L x [v.sup.-1] which is a very small value even at relatively low translational speeds v.
Translational speed in the Ml tank simulator was controlled by twisting the handgrips of a motorcycle-style throttle mounted on a horizontal rod extending through a vertical periscope-like shaft.
The linear axes, must be capable of translational speeds from 0.1-600 mm/min and programmable in 0.1 mm/min increments.

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