impact peak

impact peak

the high point of the sharp increase seen on a force-time trace due to impact between two bodies or objects (or one body or object and the ground).
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The repairs will be completed under Stop/ go traffic management and at a time which doesnt impact peak traffic flow.
2007) is associated with a more extended lower limb and a more defined impact peak on contact with the surface.
3) Explosion experiment of two different media of the water bottom reveals that the media significantly impact peak values of the shockwave.
Traditionally shod rearfoot strikers often take long strides, characterized by a vertical displacement of the center of mass and an impact peak present at approximately 10% to 12% of the stance phase on the vertical ground reaction force curve (Figure 1).
But you could also argue that all those steps don't have that impact peak, so that might be injury protective.
The results of impact peak energy and peak force were normalized by dividing them by the average thickness of each specimen.
Ground Impact Peak Free Fall Peak Angular Rates (gs) (degree/s) Drop X Y Z Roll Pitch Yaw 1 383 -629 -316 -- -- -- 2 -791 509 -657 300 300 -- 3 >1,000 >1,000 638 -- 300 -- 4 270 226 >1,000 125 115 -- 5 -- -- -- -- -- -- Table 1.
A second impact peak that began 500 million years ago and continues today coincided with a sudden eruption of new life forms known as the Cambrian explosion.
After the time routing model and source defect model are developed, the engineer can simulate rehabilitation of areas that will impact peak flows the most.
The problem is even more pronounced for energy shortages where the lack of ability to impact peak demand has necessitated rolling blackouts in California.
1 over the years that impact peak heating and cooling loads.
Since forefoot and midfoot strikers characteristically lack an impact peak, only subjects with a heel strike while running at the speeds used in this study participated.
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