To test the predictive value of the model, simulations in silico of both

initial velocity patterns and full progress curves were carried out.

The more the player prints the ball at a higher spin angular velocity, the more it has to print a lower

initial velocity, or to throw at larger angles (the angles of entry are even greater), in both cases improving less chances of success.

At the initial time, the

initial velocity is [v.sub.0]; if [beta] = 3[[rho].sub.p][v.sup.2.sub.0]/4K[[sigma].sub.d], we can deserve the initial cross-sectional area [A.sub.1] according to (26):

Figure 1 below depicts a fluid (air, water, and so on) traveling at an

initial velocity. As the fluid reaches the restricted area (throat, Venturi), the velocity increases based on the principle of continuity.

Table 2 illustrates a set of experimental data in relation to the sorts of changes, which are the manifestation of the amount of absorbed ballistic energy (in a Joule scale unit) of each of the specimens according to final velocities of each pellet (in meter per second) at 182 m/s as an

initial velocity. In general, trends unveiled some variation throughout the figure of the information.

Consequently, the trajectory is fully determined by a given

initial velocity and the effects of gravity and air resistance.

According to the

initial velocity and location, the position of mobile target by SINS approach can be calculated after performing quadratic integrations.

Since most of the time arrival aircraft in airport terminal area are in a deceleration process, we assume aircraft entering cell i from some certain arrival route positions with an

initial velocity [v'.sub.i] that comes from the STAR and then uniformly decelerating along the cell (route) with a rate [a.sup.a.sub.i], so we can get the space mean velocity of cell i, as follows:

(III) VIP Algorithm Computing Reachable Velocity Interval from an

Initial Velocity Interval.

It would seem the pellets are destabilizing in flight, but the

initial velocity is too great for that.

This first volume is a collection of reviews on fast ion-atom and ion-molecule collisions, where fast means that the

initial velocity of the projectile is considerably larger than the Bohr orbiting velocity of the target electron.

This interface is a small portion of ceramic in contact with the projectile which moves together but with different

initial velocity. Thus, the force against the projectile is the same, but the difference of the velocities v(t) and u(t) gives the erosion ratio: