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We propose that the additional factor is the quantization of angular momentum per unit mass predicted by quantum celestial mechanics (QCM).
In this paper, an ERS camera works as a sensor to measure the angular velocity of the propeller which rotates faster than the speed of the camera.
described a nine-accelerometer array of linear accelerometers in a 3-2-2-2 configuration that offered matched pairs of accelerometers to cancel Coriolis components of angular accelerations [28].
Angular pregnancy was first defined in 1898 by the American obstetrician Howard Kelly as "implantation of the embryo just medial to the uterotubal junction, in the lateral angle of the uterine cavity" and medial to the round ligament.
where [omega] represents the complex angular parameter for the CNT and V(x) is the amplitude of the torsional displacement.
"Our findings extend our knowledge about the angular gyrus as a center wherein the brain constructs higher-level meaning from individual words during semantic comprehension and plays an important role in the fluent composition of meaning in language," Hamilton said.
Comparative Experiment of Three Algorithms at Different Angular Resolutions
As shown in (6), the matrix H is composed with the angular velocities and accelerations [??] = [[[[??].sub.x] [[??].sub.y] [[??].sub.z].sup.T].
Angular cheilitis is inflammation of one or more commonly both of the corners of the mouth.
where [F.sub.X] and [F.sub.Y] are the X and Y components of the applied linear force, M is the mass of the club, [A.sub.GX] and [A.sub.GY] are the X and Y components of the acceleration of the club mass center (G), g is the acceleration of gravity, T is the applied swing torque, [L.sub.G] is the distance from the grip point to the club mass center, [I.sub.G] is moment of inertia of the club about the mass center, and [gamma], [??], and [??] are the angular position, velocity, and acceleration of the club respectively.
standing over the Cox Street makes I hope someone like the university takes it over making it into a usable but amazing angular building, cutting the ugly linking arm from the swimming baths and opening up the ground oor with a proper welcoming entrance.
The open-loop operation enables fast and simple implementation, and the holding torque rating and angular accuracy make it suitable for applications with high requirements on angular and linear positioning.
The open-loop operation enables fast and simple implementation, and the holding torque rating and the precise angular accuracy make this product the ideal solution for applications with high requirements on angular and linear positioning.
Patent 8,642,723 (February 4,2014), "Angular Extrusion for Polymer Consolidation," Douglas W.
The angular velocity and angular acceleration constraints on the joints of the auxiliary arm are considered at the same time.