An object's center of gravity
is also the point where it balances.
Clausewitz's use of the center of gravity
in On War remains essentially consistent with the concept's representation in the mechanical sciences.
Army War College course entitled Case Studies in Center of Gravity
Current translations of Carl von Clausewitz's On War describe the center of gravity
as the "hub of all power and movement, on which everything depends." (8) Clausewitz approached warfare from the perspective of nation-states using organized violence in a battle of wills, where the ultimate objective was the enemy's submission through the destruction of its military forces.
* A person's center of gravity
is near his or her waist.
As the center of gravity
is moved forward of the center of pressure (also the called the center of lift), the nose will tend to pitch the wing downward.
Obviously, the best scenario is to have eyebolt holes at the mold's center of gravity
on all four sides.
Much work has been done on the influence of aircraft center of gravity
on flight performance and aerodynamic characteristics.
(1) Center of gravity
(COG) analysis, a lynchpin of campaign and operation planning, is no exception.
Every object has a CENTER OF GRAVITY
, the place where gravity pulls on it.
Each aircraft has a specific center of gravity
. When maintainers removed multiple parts, they failed yield to the caution that the aircraft center of gravity
was changing further aft with each part that was removed.
In physics 'Center of Gravity
' is defined as a point in a body of matter where the total weight of that body is concentrated.