postimpact

postimpact

(ˌpəʊstˈɪmpækt)
adj
occurring after an impact
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After acceleration, the elbow joint adduction occurred immediately and rotated internally until postimpact.
Thus, the position is not instantaneously changed at the collision time instants whereas the postimpact velocity [x.
The traditional speed reconstruction method developed and applied in the field of vehicular accident reconstruction over the last four decades or so, generally divides the crash reconstruction problem into three phases: the preimpact phase, the impact phase, and the postimpact phase.
2,5,32) In animal studies examining postimpact cerebral metabolism, reductions in ATP were shown after only one minute, reaching statistically significant reductions by two hours compared to non-impacted controls.
Lessons from research: Findings on mass communication system behavior in the pre, trans, and postimpact periods of disasters.
Analysis of reported experimental data [17] indicates that the forward angular momentum associated with a forward fall is neutralized primarily during the impact phase, whereas the forward and downward linear momentum associated with a fall was reduced during the postimpact phase.
Of these, one occurred during the preimpact phase of the storm, 13 during the impact phase, and 13 during the postimpact phase.
An archive of such observations before impact will be critical for revealing postimpact changes.
The ex ante approach treats a harm to profitability as a loss in the firm's value suffered at the time of impact, which by definition ignores the effect of postimpact events on the firm's expected "but for" and actual experience.
However, studies comparing elite and national level players performing either 1BH or 2BH observed comparable horizontal racquet velocities (Akutagawa and Kojima, 2005; Reid and Elliott, 2002), postimpact ball velocities (Fanchiang et al.
Amateur astronomers, however, will have difficulty detecting postimpact changes in the planet's cloud structure.