The angle of flexion, angular acceleration
and angular velocity of fin's tail;
Tachogenerator angular acceleration
measurement set [CS.
Measurement principles for the angular acceleration
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We designed an experiment to determine the maximal angular acceleration
of the human head.
Preliminary but more attentive reference to NASA data allows noticing that observed angular acceleration
of the probes too could significantly incorporate to values of "relativistic deceleration".
Optic fixation on angular acceleration
was studied at 0.
We termed the acceleration phase as the time lag between the moment when the angular acceleration
of the trunk rotation became maximal to ball release, and post ball release from ball release to the end (100ms after ball release).
r] are the reduced driving moment and the reduced moment of resistance forces; [epsilon], [omega], [phi] are the angular acceleration
, angular velocity, and rotation angle of the reduction link; [J.
For example, in tunnels or narrow valleys, positioning information can be fed to the STA2051's inputs by taking advantage of the sensors, such as an odometer for velocity and forward or backward movement, and an angular acceleration
sensor, such as a gyro or ABS sensor, as a directional indicator.
In particular, during an isoinertial resisted joint mobility test, an IMU fixed on the rotating body segment could be used to simultaneously estimate both the angular displacement and the angular acceleration
of the segment: the first can be considered representative of joint ROM, while the second can be considered the result of a joint torque produced by the action of muscle forces.
j] is angular acceleration
fluctuations, [phi] is crankshaft angle of rotation.