inertia force


Related to inertia force: Viscous Force

inertia force

n
(General Physics) an imaginary force supposed to act upon an accelerated body, equal in magnitude and opposite in direction to the resultant of the real forces
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21 kW), the inertia force of smoke layer in the horizontal direction is relatively weak, and the smoke directly flows out from the ceiling opening, resulting in approximately equal upstream and downstream velocities.
The Fr number is the ratio of the inertia force to the buoyancy force and Reynolds number is the ratio of the inertia force to the viscous force.
As an example, the estimation of the inertia force from a reciprocating piston and connecting rod can be modeled as a function of crank angle using the following equation:
This result suggests that placing more viscous fluid in the sheath layer and reducing the inertia force of the core layer (lowering the flow rate of the core layer, which reduces the ratio of Reynolds numbers, increasing the inward deflection) can prevent the melt stream from deflecting outward, and vice versa.
The chapters that follow cover the following topics in biodynamic modeling: vectors, dyadics, matrices, and determinants; force and force systems; mechanics of materials; modeling of biosystems; tissue biomechanics; fundamental equations in kenematical preliminaries; inertia force considerations; kinematics, kinetics, and dynamics of human body models; numerical methods; and simulations and applications.
The system utilizes a straight-line inertia force generated by the spinning rotors, which improves shaker system balance as well as speed and amplitude.
2004): static water forces acting on the back and front of the wall, inertia force of the wall ([F.
Recently, further inclusions of inertia force effects on the circular plates have been considered by Lin [10].
4, the effect of the constant force corresponding to F = Mg, the mass load involving inertia force and the mass load with inertia force plus centripetal and Coriolis forces have been presented in separate curves in each figure.
In this empirical method, both safety factor against inertia force without reducing soil strength, and safety factor against reduced soil strength due to the liquefaction induced pore water pressure in the liquefiable layer where the inertia force is not taken into consideration are separately examined.
where F is the sum of the (horizontal) drag and inertia force on the pipe, [Mu] is the (non-dimensional) friction coefficient, [W.
In addition to the inertia force caused by the rigid body motion of a flexible mechanism, the inertia force due to the elastic vibration of flexible links plays an important role in the dynamics of flexible mechanisms and so should be eliminated.