angular displacement


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angular displacement

n.
An angle crossed by a moving body with respect to some reference point.

angular displacement

n
(General Physics) physics the angle through which a point, line, or body is rotated about a specific axis in a given direction
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The ANOVA results showed a significant interaction effect for the ankle angular displacement.
During this delay, a spinning rotor s angular displacement changes, so that its actual position when the digital output leaves the sensor differs from its measured position.
The linear and also angular displacement of the fixed shaft is ensured by the same elastic elements, therefore, the alignment takes place within the smaller range of the mutual misalignment of the parts.
its natural period and its damping were controlled electronically by feedback of angular displacement and angular velocity, both conducted to the damping transducer coil.
Researchers suggested a 1:2 or 1:5 ratio in describing the relationship between distance measure (cm) and angular displacement in this test but did not measure the change in degrees systematically across many subjects.
Since we cannot predict what the next value of angular displacement will be, it is to some degree, "random".
When a movement is made from a starting posture to a goal posture, each joint undergoes some angular displacement (which may be zero for one or more joints).
These teeth, supported by the aluminum ring, provide the axial plug-in feature and compensate for angular displacement of the coupling up to 0.
The state of an individual's balance is described in terms of the angular displacement of the COG from the gravitational vertical.
Because the tool tip is located only a small distance from the center of B-axis rotation, deflection, angular displacement errors and wear-and-tear on the machine are said to be minimized.
The system features a dual-beam laser head assembly with four apertures and a dual-channel processor that enables it to provide simultaneous measurement of linear and angular displacement.
Angular displacement was significantly less in elderly sufferers from idiopathic |2~ parkinsonism than in their spouses, and in these spouses than in controls.

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