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 is a measure of the out-of-phase time relationship between an impact and the resultant force transmitted to the supporting body.
The study shows that by increasing the diameter of the inlet nozzle, the torque and the resultant force increase according to a certain pattern (Fig.
Figure 4 shows a lap-shear specimen with a FDS joint idealized as a rigid cylinder with the radius a under the applied shear resultant force F.
It puts out a torque of 630 mNm and thus can exert a resultant force of 7N at the tip.
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Kwan (9) stated that, due to the unique articular relationship of the elbow, the resultant force acting on distal humerus is the function of the degree of elbow flexion and the direction of applied force.
There will be a resultant force directed upwards, ie a lift force.
The resultant force need not necessarily be violent, though very often without it moving forward is difficult.
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.