gravitational force


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  • noun

Synonyms for gravitational force

(physics) the force of attraction between all masses in the universe

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The simulation was performed for SiC particles having average diameter 20, 30, and 40 [micro]m dispersed in polysulfide-modified epoxy resin at different conditions, under gravitational force and under centrifugal force equivalent to 10, 50, and 100 times g*, where g* is acceleration due to gravity.
This process increases the gravitational forces between galaxies.
The newtonian law gives a simple notation of the pushing gravitational force.
4] times the gravitational force, which alters the pendulum period.
The static gravitational force of Newton acting between two particles of mass m separated by a distance r can be expressed in the following forms:
Putting energy in empty space produces a repulsive gravitational force opposing the attractive force produced by matter, including the dark matter that is inferred to dominate the mass of essentially all galaxies, but which doesn't interact directly with light and, therefore, can only be estimated by its gravitational influence.
The two protons are bound by a gravitational force according to the energy given by (2).
How strong did the gravitational force on Superman's home planet of Krypton have to be, if he could leap tall buildings in a single bound on Earth?
The mechanism unfolds so quickly that the pollen experiences 800 times the gravitational force that an astronaut does blasting off in the space shuttle.
A wave travelling in the field of gravitational force is not the same as a wave of the metric--these are different tensor fields.
Those variations were in a pattern suggesting a slight wobble caused by the gravitational force of a massive planet in nearby orbit.
4 g, a gravitational force that is within the range that a mother uses to push a baby carriage back and forth to soothe her child.
For starters, acceleration at launch would reach thousands the times of Earth's gravitational force - far too high for launching humans.
When gravitons, the particles that mediate gravitation attraction, escape the local brane, the gravitational force that remains within the brane diminishes.