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NOUN | an acceleration | accelerations | |

SYNO | acceleration | quickening | speedup |

acceleration {noun} | επιτάχυνση {η} |

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Usage Examples English

- A significant feature of the Navier–Stokes equations is the presence of convective
**acceleration**: the effect of time-independent acceleration of a flow with respect to space. - Centrifugal
**acceleration**matches the acceleration due to gravity. - Proper
**acceleration**contrasts with coordinate acceleration, which is dependent on choice of coordinate systems and thus upon choice of observers (see three-acceleration in special relativity). - Longitudinal
**acceleration**has been shown to have a large and complex effect on lateral dynamics. - Featuring VGA image capture, 2D graphics
**acceleration**, JPEG support, and MJPEG acceleration. Used in the Samsung SCH-M500 Palm OS based flip-phone.

- The
**acceleration**is directed inward, toward the axis of rotation. - Historically, a distinction has been made between 2D and 3D
**acceleration**. - This increases the
**acceleration**caused by the radiation forces because they are acting on less mass. - Nixon has also worked into developing a new approach to analyze
**acceleration**in image sequences based on the fact that most approaches to analyzing velocity actually subsume many types of motion. **Acceleration**can be measured in ratios to gravity, such as g-force, and peak ground acceleration in earthquakes.

- They included the space
**acceleration**measurement system (SAMS), the microgravity measurement assembly (MMA), the quasi-steady acceleration measurement system and the orbital acceleration research experiment (OARE). - Following these assumptions, the method suggests that whenever the
**acceleration**(i.e. ... - In non-uniform circular motion the net
**acceleration**(a) is along the direction of [...] , which is directed inside the circle but does not pass through its center (see figure). - Where [...] is the
**acceleration**of the runner's body, [...] the forward acceleration, [...] the acceleration of gravity, [...] a proportionality constant and [...] the velocity. - In order to make calculations simpler, we assume that the
**acceleration**is constant (in the rocket's reference frame) during the acceleration phase; still, the result is nonetheless valid if the acceleration varies, as long as exhaust velocity [...] is constant.

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