inertial

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  • Small bodies are more affected than large because of their lower mass and inertial properties.
  • The inertial model is much more complex than we typically need but it is the most simple to use.
  • Let t be the time in an inertial frame subsequently called the rest frame.
  • This work would later lead to his development of the inertial fusion energy concept.
  • In the latter case is often called the inertial length.
  • The total work done is independent of the inertial frame of reference.
  • Inertial homeothermy would not have been possible for small species nor for the young of larger species.
  • These are impossible to remove by inertial motion, except at one single nominated point of the body.
  • The race for space was on, and inertial guidance played a key role.
  • Inertial navigation systems usually can provide an accurate solution only for a short period of time.
  • This stage also contains a combined inertial platform and guidance system that controls all flight events.
  • It can be considered equivalent to them but in a different inertial frame of reference.
  • These fictitious forces are in addition to the real forces recognized in an inertial frame.
  • In an inertial frame outside the Earth, no such fictitious force is necessary.
  • Quite the contrary; an absolutely inertial frame is not and will most likely never be known.
  • His simple and elegant theory shows that time is relative to an inertial frame.
  • For very high velocities in porous media, inertial effects can also become significant.
  • Physical laws take the same form in all inertial frames.
  • Also the anticipated technology transfer to commercial grade inertial guidance systems was not making much progress.
  • Inertial waves are also likely to exist in the core of the Earth.
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Meaning of inertial

  • adjective Of or relating to inertia