acceleration ratio

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acceleration ratio

nBeschleunigungswert m
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NHTSA identifies two key criteria for performance assessment of a stability control system: lateral acceleration ratio (LAR) and yaw rate ratio (YRR).
To evaluate the precision and computational speed of the POD model, the relative deviation e and the acceleration ratio r are defined in the following:
In fact, the logarithm of the electron-to-Solar gravity acceleration ratio is close to an integer:
Figure 14 presents the response spectral acceleration ratio ([S.sub.Ai]/[S.sub.A], where [S.sub.A] is the spectral acceleration of the input motion at the base beam and [S.sub.Ai] is the spectral acceleration of the structural response motion at the infill walls or the slab) under different input motions.
8 shows the relationship of the acceleration ratio and the number of processors.
From this table, it can be seen that the GPU device plays the key role for improving the reconstruction performance, and the acceleration ratio of the new method for GPU compared with CPU is about 106 for simulation and 120 for real data reconstruction, respectively.
Compared with MoM, the snapshots used in this simulation for generating POD modes are down sampled by 100 and acceleration ratio achieved is about 100.
One of the differences between the two SH-AWD systems is that the RDX has a fixed acceleration ratio of 1.7%, which means that the rear differential rotates 1.7% faster than the front; in the RL, there is a accelerator gear that allows a variable acceleration ratio of up to 5.7%.
server-only version provides an average acceleration ratio of 3, while the easily managed client-server version offers a ratio of 5-6, with the best case approaching 10.
The analyzer displays the signals as amplitude and phase of the acceleration ratio between the top and bottom accelerometers.
303 redemptions on the future acceleration ratio in Sec.
[4] evaluated the effects of vertical ground motion on bridge piers considering vertical-to-horizontal peak acceleration ratios. One of the notable findings in this study was that the shear capacity of the pier was reduced by 25% when the vertical component of strong ground motion was included.
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