yaw


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Synonyms for yaw

to turn aside sharply from a straight course

to lean suddenly, unsteadily, and erratically from the vertical axis

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an erratic deflection from an intended course

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be wide open

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deviate erratically from a set course

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swerve off course momentarily

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Controlling yaw is one thing; sensing it can be quite another.
This work showed that, depending on the yaw angle, the asymmetric base flap application was between 40% and 70% better than the best symmetric flap configuration.
yaw rate ([psi]) = (steering wheel angle) multiplied by (increase of yaw rate).
[7] proposed an optimal yaw controller based on a single-track linear vehicle model to reduce the risks of rollover and jackknifing.
Therefore, the yaw rate could be calculated as the difference between the rear left wheel speed and the rear right wheel speed divided by the length between the rear wheels [13], as expressed in
GPS-measured yaw angle for Micro IMU/GPS system is afforded as measurement to enhance the observability of IKF.
A control algorithm combining the sliding mode variable structure and optimization control method is proposed for straight line stability control of four-wheel drive vehicle, where the slip rates controller and yaw moment adjustment are adopted [14].
The bifurcation analysis based on the phase-plane method is conducted to evaluate the yaw and roll stability of the articulated vehicle.
Pre-impact tire marks associated with a crash typically fall into one of two categories: skid marks or yaw marks.
The revolutionary water-based hygiene paint prevents the growth of micro-organisms using a controlled ion-release system, besides featuring low odor with low volatile organic compounds (VOC)," said Nippon Paint, group managing director, Yaw Seng Heng.
Thus, the prone swimmer seeks to progress in the swimming direction and avoid rotations of the body about a vertical axis of the external reference frame (yaw) so that the body remains aligned with the swimming direction.
Incorporating new technologies, Butler National designed, manufactured and obtained Federal Aviation Administration Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) approval of a replacement rate sensor for use by the autopilot on the roll axis and yaw axis of the applicable Learjet 31/35/35A/36/36A/C-21A and 55 Series airplanes, and on the yaw axis on the Learjet Model 24/25/28/29 Series airplanes.
Shanor then performed a flawless approach and three-engine landing, in which precise aircraft control was required due to adverse yaw caused by the failed engine.
It will be presented to one under-18 artist or band selected by the GIT Award judging panel, including Liverpool International Music Festival music curator Yaw Owusu.