barycentre


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barycentre

(ˈbærɪˌsɛntə)
n
(Celestial Objects) a centre of mass, esp of the earth-moon system or the solar system
[C20: from Greek barus heavy + centre]
ˌbaryˈcentric adj
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f], mm Rear wheel Rear axle width 1422 a, mm Front axle to the barycentre distance 1154 b, mm Rear axle to the barycentre distance 1394 [m.
This refers to the International Celestial Reference System, which is the standard celestial coordinate system centered at the barycentre of the Solar System, with axes that are fixed with respect to objects in far-reaches of the cosmos.
Sometimes larger planets can pull the Barycentre out of the mass of the Sun, which means the Earth (and everything else, including the Sun) is just orbiting around empty space.
To check the safety of the sections for the bending moments (Ultimate Limit State), additional moments were added due to the eccentricity of the barycentre due to the reduction of the section in order to take into account for local buckling, as specified in Eurocode 3 (2004).
CORR](T) is the timing correction at time (t) to compensate for not observing from the Solar System Barycentre and other smaller timing issues, [delta][T.
Key factors in their classification are the position of the components relative to the barycentre of the system, their colour, magnitude and in particular the degree to which their Roche lobes have been filled.
To remove this effect, astronomers calculate when the pulses would have arrived at the Solar System's centre of mass, or barycentre, around which all the planets orbit.
and the barycentre of the cluster of attained points (***, 1998), for "n" robot's commands.
Additional qualitative variables and the barycentre of each cluster are illustrated on the principal plane in Figure 7, and the characteristics of each cluster are indicated in Table 6 (B) and Table 7 (C).