angular acceleration


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angular acceleration

n.
The rate of change of angular velocity with respect to time.

angular acceleration

n
1. (Mathematics) the rate of change of angular velocity
2. (Astronautics) astronautics the acceleration of a space vehicle around an axis
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Noun1.angular acceleration - (physics) the rate of change of the angular velocity of a rotating body
natural philosophy, physics - the science of matter and energy and their interactions; "his favorite subject was physics"
acceleration - (physics) a rate of increase of velocity
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Theoretically, only six linear accelerometers are needed to solve the three linear and three angular terms, although in practice nine accelerometers are required because it provides improved error-correction and an algebraic means of calculating angular acceleration [27-28].
r], [phi], [phi], [theta], [theta] are vehicle yaw angular velocity, yaw angular acceleration, roll angle, roll angular acceleration, pitch angle, pitch angular acceleration, respectively; h, [h.
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For the analysis, angular velocity is converted to angular acceleration using the time difference of the rotational speed data.
However, benefits from the longer radius seem to be compromised by an increase of the moment of inertia, which inhibits angular acceleration.
That means angular acceleration can be calculated easily from moving profile.
The angular acceleration, which is obtained by approximating the derivation and applying Euler's rule, can be computed as follows:
In particular, during an isoinertial resisted joint mobility test, an IMU fixed on the rotating body segment could be used to simultaneously estimate both the angular displacement and the angular acceleration of the segment: the first can be considered representative of joint ROM, while the second can be considered the result of a joint torque produced by the action of muscle forces.
The MRI safe device imparts a mild angular acceleration to the skull of a human volunteer inside an MRI scanner.
For example, the encoder self diagnostics, angular acceleration of the motor rotor, synthetic limit signals, motor and encoder temperatures can be included in the motion-control data packets.
7) The pre-stimulus tone decreased the kinematics of the head (horizontal acceleration and angular acceleration in extension by 23%) and neck muscle responses (SCM by 16% and PARA by 29%).
This is due to errors as offsets and angle drift generated by integrating the angular acceleration and angular velocity to obtain the angles of the hip and knee.