centroidal

centroidal

(ˈsɛntrɔɪdəl)
adj
of or relating to a centroid
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Adj.1.centroidal - of or relating to (especially passing through) a centroid
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Rhythmic grouping creates centroidal time, which is associated with the centered self and emotional expression.
The displacement where the sudden drop in load is observed during the test was used as the reference point to calculate the fracture strain at the centroidal element from the CAE model.
They can be divided into three basic groups of methods: links, centroidal and Ward's (Ward 1963).
This element allows using different unsymmetrical geometry at each end and permits offsetting of the end nodes from the centroidal axis of the beam.
Its moment of inertia for rotation around the centroidal axis, perpendicular to the plate, is J.
Although the algorithm may be applied most directly to the Euclidean plane, Lloyd's algorithm can be used to construct close approximations to centroidal Voronoi tessellations of the input, which can be used for quantization, dithering and stippling.
The coordinate x is measured along the centroidal axis of the column and the cross-section properties are constant throughout the column length.
In the humanoid literature, momentum control has become an increasingly popular method to stabilize a robot's centroidal dynamics during locomotion [8].
2]; I el momento de inercia con respecto al eje centroidal de la seccion transversal en la direccion de la deformacion en [m.
Gunzburger, Centroidal Voronoi Tessellations: Applications and Algorithms.