nonrotating

nonrotating

(ˌnɒnrəʊˈteɪtɪŋ)
adj
that does not or cannot rotate
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It's chrome plated, meaning that it's slick and easy to clean, and it features three lugs on a nonrotating head.
Indeed, if a nonrotating star increases its mass, also its density will increase.
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Tang and Dowell [5] analyzed the nonlinear response of a nonrotating flexible rotor blade subjected to periodic gust excitations theoretically and experimentally.
1, consisting of a spinning thin stainless steel wire (11 cm in radius) and a nonrotating tube for conveying the conventional yarn inside.
So this article proposed an optimized reversible binary/ternary nonrotating barrel shifter.
Few observational, indirect, evidences for black holes existence have been performed in years but it seems that an alternative hypothesis of very compact degenerate matter configurations, permitted by nonsingular metrics, could be compatible with observations: let's consider, for example, a single nonrotating compact object of 9.
The power emitted by a black hole in the form of Hawking radiation can easily be estimated for the simplest case of a nonrotating, non-charged Schwarzschild black hole of mass.
Considering a nonrotating atmosphere whose molecules, each of mass m?