The first phase is the acceleration phase
, in which the athlete shifts his or her weight onto the balls of his or her feet while running in a straight line at ideal velocity concerning the take-off and maximal step height.
Note that the transition to the wear acceleration phase
is detectable in the direction (y) (in red), this observation is the same on all acquisitions.
During the acceleration phase
, the shoulder impact force of the two-handed backhand mainly moved backward and leftward (Figure 1 (a) and (b)).
With Duncan in the lane next to her, the New Jersey native blasted out of the blocks with a solid start, pulled in front as she began her acceleration phase
, and then finished with a flourish.
02 of a litre for every traffic-light stop and subsequent acceleration phase
that can be avoided.
Top sprinters generate higher propulsive ground reaction force impulses during the initial acceleration phase
that enable them to reach their top speeds more quickly and do, in fact, produce higher muscular joint moments than merely good sprinters.
What that will translate into next week we will obviously have to wait and see, but we are certainly prepared for a situation that that might be implying that we're in the start of an acceleration phase
Young people who build their skills as graduate students or postdocs during the acceleration phase
of spending bear much of the cost of the deceleration," write economists Richard B.
This rounded back position will lead to a waste of energy during the acceleration phase
This 16-valver ticks over in refined fashion and, once clear of the heavy acceleration phase
, it settles settles down to quite quietly eating up the motorway miles to provide a comfortable ride while delivering an agreeable 45-plus mpg overall.
Specifically, Beckhoff has developed drive units that share the regenerated power with other servo drives, store some of the regenerated power for use in the next acceleration phase
, or feed energy back into the supply network.
After this there is a stage of propagation with a nearly constant rate until a second acceleration phase