tangential reaction

  • 1tangential reaction — liestinis atoveikis statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. tangential reaction vok. Tangentialreaktion, f rus. касательная реакция, f pranc. réaction tangentielle, f …

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  • 2réaction tangentielle — liestinis atoveikis statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. tangential reaction vok. Tangentialreaktion, f rus. касательная реакция, f pranc. réaction tangentielle, f …

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  • 3Tangentialreaktion — liestinis atoveikis statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. tangential reaction vok. Tangentialreaktion, f rus. касательная реакция, f pranc. réaction tangentielle, f …

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  • 4liestinis atoveikis — statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. tangential reaction vok. Tangentialreaktion, f rus. касательная реакция, f pranc. réaction tangentielle, f …

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  • 5касательная реакция — liestinis atoveikis statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. tangential reaction vok. Tangentialreaktion, f rus. касательная реакция, f pranc. réaction tangentielle, f …

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  • 6turbine — /terr bin, buyn/, n. any of various machines having a rotor, usually with vanes or blades, driven by the pressure, momentum, or reactive thrust of a moving fluid, as steam, water, hot gases, or air, either occurring in the form of free jets or as …

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  • 7Collision response — In the context of classical mechanics simulations and physics engines employed within video games, collision response deals with models and algorithms for simulating the changes in the motion of two solid bodies following collision and other… …

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  • 8Selective chemistry of SWNT — Single walled nano tubes (SWNT) Structure and Reactivity Reactivity of the fullerene molecules with respect to addition chemistries is strongly dependent on the curvature of the carbon framework. Their outer surface (exohedral) reactivity… …

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  • 9Wasserrad — Wasserrad, 1) Kraftmaschine zur Aufnahme der Wasserkraft, bei welcher das Wasser am Umfange eines Rades (vgl. dagegen Wassersäulenmaschine), wirkt u. das Rad in Umdrehung versetzt, worauf die Triebkraft entweder unmittelbar vom Rade, vermittelst… …

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  • 10Centrifugal force (planar motion) — In classical mechanics, centrifugal force (from Latin centrum center and fugere to flee ) is one of the three so called inertial forces or fictitious forces that enter the equations of motion when Newton s laws are formulated in a non inertial… …

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  • 11Mechanics of planar particle motion — Classical mechanics Newton s Second Law History of classical mechanics  …

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  • 12coal utilization — Introduction        combustion of coal or its conversion into useful solid, gaseous, and liquid products. By far the most important use of coal is in combustion, mainly to provide heat to the boilers of electric power plants. Metallurgical coke… …

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  • 13Bicycle wheel — For the Marcel Duchamp installation, see Bicycle Wheel. The front wheel from a racing bicycle made using a Mavic rim …

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  • 14Water turbine — A water turbine is a rotary engine that takes energy from moving water.Water turbines were developed in the nineteenth century and were widely used for industrial power prior to electrical grids. Now they are mostly used for electric power… …

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  • 15Centripetal force — Not to be confused with Centrifugal force. Classical mechanics Newton s Second Law …

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  • 16Steam turbine — A rotor of a modern steam turbine, used in a power plant A steam turbine is a mechanical device that extracts thermal energy from pressurized steam, and converts it into rotary motion. Its modern manifestation was invented by Sir Charles Parsons… …

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  • 17Larmor formula — In physics, in the area of electrodynamics, the Larmor formula is used to calculate the total power radiated by a nonrelativistic point charge as it accelerates. It was first derived by J. J. Larmor in 1897, in the context of the wave theory of… …

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  • 18Force — For other uses, see Force (disambiguation). See also: Forcing (disambiguation) Forces are also described as a push or pull on an object. They can be due to phenomena such as gravity, magnetism, or anything that might cause a mass to accelerate …

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  • 19mechanics — /meuh kan iks/, n. 1. (used with a sing. v.) the branch of physics that deals with the action of forces on bodies and with motion, comprised of kinetics, statics, and kinematics. 2. (used with a sing. v.) the theoretical and practical application …

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  • 20Stress (mechanics) — Continuum mechanics …

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