Uniform velocity

Related to Uniform velocity: Uniform motion
velocity in which the same number of units of space are described in each successive unit of time.

See also: Velocity

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Our mental existences, which are immaterial and have no dimensions, are passing along the Time-Dimension with a uniform velocity from the cradle to the grave.
2- Case 5 provides the optimum case for thermal comfort values for surrounding temperature, uniform velocity profile and relative humidity.
With sub-MOA grouping and almost uniform velocity readings, factory-loaded Creedmoor ammunition is simply outstanding.
They showed that the most uniform velocity distributions in the collection chamber downstream of the diffuser were provided using two perforated plates of porosity [beta] = 0.5.
The minimum is a local minimum for curved trajectories with nonuniform velocity and an absolute minimum for straight trajectories with uniform velocity. In the latter case of straight trajectories with constant velocity (Figure 4) the maximum distance is infinity after an infinite time, and there are no local maxima.
The results of this study would suggest that the equivalent of a sheared flow is a uniform velocity at a height of approximately 40% of the vehicle height.
The lower plate is kept stationary, while the upper plate is moving with uniform velocity U along the positive [x.sup.*]-axis.
1, where the electron propagates upward at a uniform velocity v along the Ray.
It is desired to have a uniform velocity distribution for better jet quality, as represented by the reference nozzle.
Mass flow also provides a more uniform velocity profile, which reduces the effects of sifting segregation.
This uniform velocity profile is significantly different than the typical atmosphere boundary layer (ABL) profile, which theoretically takes a power law based shape.
Our starting point is the uniform velocity model from the weather community (Doviak and Zrnic 1993), which assumes that target velocity varies only with elevation, so it is constant within a given elevation range.

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