transient forces

transient forces

Forces that pass or stage through, or base temporarily within, the operational area of another command but are not under its operational control. See also force; transient.
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The next step is to use these steady state models at different temperatures (20[degrees]C, 40[degrees]C, 60[degrees]C) to find the transient forces and moments under the influence of temperature.
It is the duty of the JFC to assist the operations of transient forces to the extent of existing capabilities and consistent with other assigned missions.
D'Andrea S, Davis IS, Mang'Eni RO, Pitsiladis Y Foot strike patterns and impact transient forces in habitually barefoot versus shod runners.
The low deflection and consequent high frequency response ensures that the unit is suitable for measuring peak and transient forces.
While Andersen tried to make the transient forces comfortable, the local community suffered.
The Beltflex program predicts the magnitude of the transient forces and velocities in the conveyor belt during start-up and shut-down.
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