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(physics) the tendency of a body to maintain its state of rest or uniform motion unless acted upon by an external force

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National grid, As the electricity system operator (eso) for great britain (gb), Is looking to investigate the market available technologies for the provision of a system-measured real-time signal of gbs inertia.
The inertia system requires a slightly longer receiver than a gas gun, but the Element's receiver is aluminum, which helps reduce bulk.
It may be necessary to consider clutch or brake inertia and engagement time in calculating load acceleration for some applications.
Featuring the same 75 percent letoff Inertia cam found on the Dream Season Decree, the Inertia has an IBO speed rating of 348 fps while still providing a smooth draw cycle and solid back wall.
Many identification algorithms have been developed for PMSM drives such as identifying the moment of inertia of mechatronic servo systems based on the time average of a product of torque reference input [8] and using a full-order state observer [9].
Inertia indices, nullity and signature are studied for different chemical structure and nanostructures by considering their chemical graphs.
When used in a social, political or psychological context, the term inertia is often used to describe a kind of irrational or counterproductive resistance to a change which is considered to be necessary, desirable or unavoidable.
International Resource News-August 20, 2014--Win Inertia, selects Maxwell Technologie's ultracapacitors
Incomplete dilatation in multiparous cows may be associated with uterine inertia caused by hypocalcaemia, in animals, that respond to calcium therapy rapidly (Noakes et al.
The directive covers: Information given to con-sumers; Cancellation rights; Preventing hidden costs; Delivery of goods, and Inertia selling.
The disc magnet technology provides low inertia while the optimization of pole pairs balances the iron losses versus the joule losses.
This paper presents the effects of generators inertia on the power system transient stability.
They obey the Laws of Motion, at least in regard to momentum and inertia.
The inertia influence of solids on the oil film thickness was evidenced by Aitken et al [8], and numerically confirmed in the work of Bonneau et al [9].
The secret to the M3's popularity with military and police forces as well as civilians is the utter reliability of the Benelli inertia drive, semi-automatic system.