centrode


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centrode

(ˈsɛntrəʊd)
n
a locus produced by plotting the course of the instantaneous centre of two bodies in relative motion
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On the other hand, polycentric-type knee prostheses are more complex but allow greater accuracy than single-axis knee prostheses; the control of the centrode's shape; a good stability during the first part of the stance phase (at the beginning of the step); and a reduction of the leg length at the start of the stride, decreasing the risk of stumbling (leg-shortening effect) [17, 18].
As rigid body I moves, the instantaneous velocity center P traces a trajectory in the fixed coordinate system [O.sub.f] - [x.sub.f][y.sub.f], which is called the fixed centrode [[GAMMA].sub.1], and a trajectory in the moving coordinate system [O.sub.m] - [x.sub.m][y.sub.m], which is called the moving centrode [[GAMMA].sub.2].
El Senado de la Republica, a traves del Centrode Estudios Internacionales Gilberto Bosques, presenta el documento Las propuestas de politica migratoria y seguridad fronteriza de Donald Trump: analisis de sus implicaciones para Mexico.
[1] Alunos do curso de Tecnologia de Alimentos, Universidade do Estado do Para: Centrode Ciencias Naturais e Tecnologia--CCNT.
The displacement of the centre of cross-section of the roundness standard in the measuring plane perpendicular to the axis rotation [X.sub.O1] of the spindle, without evaluation of the influence of small axial displacements of the spindle, can be determined by rotation of mobile centrode along the fixed centrode and rigidly connected to the spindle.