Resultant force

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(Mech.) a force which is the result of two or more forces acting conjointly, or a motion which is the result of two or more motions combined. See Composition of forces, under Composition.

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It puts out a torque of 630 mNm and thus can exert a resultant force of 7N at the tip.
The results of the "Fiber Force" research project and the resultant force transmission concepts help us decisively in the VIP Completion business to continue successfully meeting the challenges of installing cabin interiors in the new composite fiber aircraft designs," said Dr.
nc) neighbor particles, resultant force can be described as the sum of direct contact forces between the particle i and another particle j
There will be a resultant force directed upwards, ie a lift force.
X -- resultant force in surge direction, Y -- resultant force in sway direction, Z -- resultant force in heave direction, K -- resultant moment in roll axis, M - resultant moment in pitch axis, N -- resultant moment in yaw axis.
The maximum deformation of wing occurs the horizontal station by aerodynamic force or resultant force.
The resultant force generates the measured sine wave which is measured and converted to the mass flow reading.
When a seal ring diameter is determined such that the resultant force of the antiwrap side is greater than that of the wrap side, it is possible to reduce the gap in the axial direction by forcing the orbiting scroll onto the stationary scroll in the case of operating at the designed volumetric ratio for both the compressor and the expander.
When analyzing the resultant force coefficient (Figure 10), one can note that the position with the thumb abducted presented higher values than the positions with the thumb partially abducted and adducted at angles of attack of 0[degrees] and 45[degrees].
y2aV] forces were connected into resultant force -10636 N and applied to cut X = 2662 mm.
For these reason the resultant force on the mobile element increases to the end of displacement of the closing event.
As the valve pin opens, the melt pressure below the pin will increase and reduce the resultant force on the pin.