Initial velocity

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the velocity of a moving body at starting; especially, the velocity of a projectile as it leaves the mouth of a firearm from which it is discharged.

See also: Velocity

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I have looked at the question in all its bearings, I have resolutely attacked it, and by incontrovertible calculations I find that a projectile endowed with an initial velocity of 12,000 yards per second, and aimed at the moon, must necessarily reach it.
Dynamic crack propagation with the detection of fracture toughness criteria is predicted brittle failure with initial velocity.
The initial velocity of the reaction is the best indicator of the effect of an experimental variable.
Discrepancy in the initial velocity or mine mass, as well as range (due to changing cartridge temperature) corrections, is included in the program by replacing the original data.
It is assumed that the particles enter into previously computed, single-phase velocity field with an initial velocity lag determined by coefficient [k.
The flow of exhalation depends on the breathing mode (nose or mouth, which determines the initial velocity and direction of the expiration flow), respiration flow rate (which depends on the activity level, body weight, sex and individual differences), nose and mouth shape (different from person to person), body and head posture, etc.
Assume the shuttlecock is hit with initial velocity [v.
EQUATIONS * Kinetic Energy of Pumpkin = 1/2 x Pumpkin Mass x Initial Velocity (Joules) (kilograms) (meters/second) Potential Energy of Counterweight = Counterweight Mass x Acceleration (Joules) (kg) Due to Gravity (9.
The upper parts of Figure 7 show how the relationship changes with the quantity and diameter of the nozzles, and the initial velocity and the height of the nozzle respectively.
Consequently, to examine car crashes and insurance, initial velocity V0 may be found out.
0] = 0, where V is the initial velocity of the impactor and x(t) is the total traverse deflection of the plate in the contact point due to global deformation and contact deformation.