inertial

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj inertial of or relating to inertia
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • inertial Pertaining to inertia; of the nature of inertia.
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Usage

In literature:

They are the inertial power - rather than the counterfist of reform.
"After the Rain" by Sam Vaknin
I know that Malcom Porter didn't invent the Gravito-Inertial Differential Polarizer.
"By Proxy" by Gordon Randall Garrett
Inertiative Inertiative conditionally 18.
"The Machinery of the Universe" by Amos Emerson Dolbear
The delicate accelerometers and inertial guidance components did all the piloting until the second stage kicked us loose.
"The Trouble with Telstar" by John Berryman
Or a hyper-accurate inertial navigation system.
"Project Daedalus" by Thomas Hoover
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In news:

A MEMS microgyroscope mimics a 19th-century instrument's mechanism to boost abilities of inertial guidance systems.
NanoCompass success enables Baolab to create MEMS inertial measurement units.
Developing non- inertial navigation devices.
The joint effort of Appcon Group Inc and Parker Technology Co. Has reached its first goal in the development of Non- Inertial Navigation (NIN) devices.
Does the recent sale of its Inertial Products business signal a round of sell-offs by BAE Systems.
Global offshore positioning specialists Veripos introduce a new inertially- aided precision GNSS solution for dynamically positioned vessels.
SeeByte, the global leader in creating smart software technology for unmanned systems, is pleased to announce its compatibility with CDL Inertial Engineering of Aberdeen.
Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) has been selected by Canada's Department of National Defence (DND) to provide in-service support for the MK-49 inertial.
Trimble has introduced the AP20-C, the latest addition to its AP Series of embedded GNSS-Inertial OEM boards plus Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU).
Using advanced robotics , an array of miniature sensors, and its "TruIMUTM " inertial measurement unit.
The FY-30A uses a three-axis gyro and three-axis accelerometer for inertial sensing.
The other major components are an inertial navigation platform and strap down attitude algorithm designed for fixed wing aircraft stabilization .
Remarkably, he derived all his work from two simple postulates applying to inertial frames (i.e.
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In science:

By matching the scaling of |∂ u/∂ x| with that of |u(x+ η)−u(x)| in the inertial range, one also expects Gq (r ∼ η) ∼ ξαq , where αq is another q dependent exponent .
Turbulent self-organized criticality
For 1 < t < ξ one expects fq ∼ const., which leads to a power law t-dependence, Fq (t) ∼ tζq , in the analog of the inertial range.
Turbulent self-organized criticality
The t-dependence of Fq in the inertial range shows some degree of extended selfsimilarity, a well known property of structure functions in turbulence : log-log plots of Fq (t)q vs F1 (t) (Fig. 2) are rather straight in the range corresponding to the inertial regime.
Turbulent self-organized criticality
In analogy with turbulence we expect hǫq in the inertial range.
Turbulent self-organized criticality
Note that while the term characterized by γ could be an inertial term, we will consider in the following only situations where all inertial terms are neglected.
Mechanical oscillations at the cellular scale
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