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Caption: Figure 9: Transverse velocity distribution of end A of fibers with different linear densities.
Song, "Specification of wall boundary conditions and transverse velocity profile conditions in finite element modeling," Journal of Hydrodynamics, vol.
Fig 1 depicts the effect of viscoelastic parameter ([k.sub.1]) on longitudinal and transverse velocity components.
If [V.sub.[tau]] is the relative transverse velocity between the Sun and the Pulsar, then the relative acceleration is [V.sup.2.sub.[tau]]/d.
When taking into account the gravitational pull of other Local Group members, as well as the tidal influence of nearby groups, they estimate the transverse velocity of Andromeda to range somewhere between 0 and 150 km per second, corresponding to a tiny proper motion of 0 to 42 microarcseconds per year.
When transverse velocity of the center of mass is assigned negative values whenever the center of mass deviates to the left of the net axis of travel and positive values when to the right (as in Fig.
Figure 6 shows the profiles of transverse velocity scaled in the same way as for the axial profiles.
DyMoS is the company's serial interface that, in addition to position value, can transmit accurate transverse velocity without an encoder and data transmission error checking.
If B's distance from the earth can be determined, the increase in the angular distance between A and B can be determined and, using the known time between the observations, B's transverse velocity can be calculated.
To keep the LMC gravitationally bound to the Milky Way despite this transverse velocity, the team calculates, our galaxy must contain at least as much mass as 600 billion suns about five times as much mass as the visible galaxy,