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Velocity

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... how we can use this information to determine the body's instantaneous velocity as a function of time. The conventional definition of velocity is as follows: Velocity is the rate of change of displacement with time. This definition ...


Motion with constant velocity

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Motion with constant velocity Next: Motion with constant acceleration Up: Motion in 1 dim-ension Previous: Acceleration Motion with constant velocity The simplest type of motion (excluding the trivial case in which the body under investigatio ...


Motion with constant velocity

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... with constant velocity Next: Motion with constant acceleration Up: Motion in 3 dimensions Previous: Vector velocity and vector Motion with constant velocity An object moving in 3 dimensions with constant velocity possesses a vector ...


Relative velocity

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Relative velocity Next: Worked example 3.1: Broken Up: Motion in 3 dimensions Previous: Projectile motion Relative velocity Suppose that, on a windy day, an airplane moves with constant velocity with respect to the air, and that the air ...


Velocity Dependent Forces

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Velocity Dependent Forces Next: Simple Harmonic Motion Up: One-Dimensional Motion Previous: Motion in a General Velocity Dependent Forces Consider a particle of mass moving in one dimension under the action of a force, , which is a function ...


4-velocity and 4-acceleration

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... of a particle traveling with 3-velocity , we have (1428) where use has been made of Eq. ( 1422 ). This gives the relationship between a particle's 3-velocity and its 4-velocity. The relationship between the 3-acceleration and the ...


Worked example 2.1: Velocity-time graph

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... example 2.1: Velocity-time graph Next: Worked example 2.2: Speed Up: Motion in 1 dimension Previous: Free-fall under gravity Worked example 2.1: Velocity-time graph Qu-estion: Consider the motion of the object whose velocity-time graph is ...


Vector velocity and vector acceleration

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Vector velocity and vector acceleration Next: Motion with constant velocity Up: Motion in 3 dimensions Previous: Diagonals of a parallelogram Vector velocity and vector acceleration Consider a body moving in 3 dimensions. Suppose that we ...


Discrete Velocity Gas Dynamics - Computational Fluid Physics Lab

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... of a Discrete Velocity Boltzmann Equation Solver With Arbitrary PostCollision Velocities Monte Carlo solution of the Boltzmann equation via a discrete velocity model Variance Re-duction for a Discrete Velocity Gas The animation shows the ...


Complex Velocity Potential

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Complex Velocity Potential Next: Complex Velocity Up: 2D Potential Flow Previous: Cau-chy-Riemann Relations Complex Velocity Potential Note that Equations ( 575 )-( 576 ) are identical to Equations ( 553 )-( 554 ). This suggests that the ...


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