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 Translation for 'center of mass' from English to Russian
SYNO center of mass | centre of mass
физ.
центр {м} масс
center of mass [Am.]
физ.
центромасса {ж}
center of mass [Am.]
Partial Matches
экол.
водная масса {ж}
mass of water
физ.
центромасса {ж}
centre of mass [Br.]
физ.
центр {м} масс
centre of mass [Br.]
центр {м}center [Am.]
центр {м} управленияcontrol center [Am.]
спорт
дворец {м} спорта
sports center [Am.]
место {с} заключенияdetention center [Am.]
физ.
масса {ж}
mass
религ.
месса {ж}
mass [RC]
средства {мн} массовой информации <СМИ>(mass) media {pl}
экол.
водная масса {ж}
water mass
занятиесоциол.экон.
массовая безработица {ж}
mass unemployment
псих.
массовая истерия {ж}
mass hysteria
массовый убийца {м}mass murderer
един.физ.хим.
молярная масса {ж}
molar mass <M>
физ.хим.
масс-спектрометрия {ж}
mass spectrometry <MS>
мед.
индекс {м} массы тела <ИМТ>
body mass index <BMI>
за пределами {adv}outside (of)
конечно {adv}of course
из-за {prep} [+gen.]because of
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Usage Examples English
  • In classical mechanics, the center of mass is an analogous concept to expectation.
  • Because of the movement of Earth around the Earth–Moon center of mass, the apparent path of the Sun wobbles slightly, with a period of about one month.
  • The Bullet Cluster, the result of a recent collision of two galaxy clusters, provides a challenge for modified gravity theories because its apparent center of mass is far displaced from the baryonic center of mass.
  • The center of mass of the diver follows a parabolic path in free-fall under the influence of gravity (ignoring the effects of air resistance, which are negligible at the speeds involved).
  • within which the center of mass of the incoming sphere has to arrive for it to be deflected, and outside which it passes by the stationary scattering center.

  • Astrometry has also been used to support claims of extrasolar planet detection by measuring the displacement the proposed planets cause in their parent star's apparent position on the sky, due to their mutual orbit around the center of mass of the system.
  • For any value of the radius, the electron and the positron are each moving at half the speed around their common center of mass, and each has only one fourth the kinetic energy.
  • A bicycle stays upright while moving forward by being steered so as to keep its center of mass over the wheels.
  • In the case of a toy top, its weight is acting downwards from its center of mass and the normal force (reaction) of the ground is pushing up on it at the point of contact with the support.
  • The space occupied by a polymer molecule is generally expressed in terms of radius of gyration, which is an average distance from the center of mass of the chain to the chain itself.

  • The center of mass of a moose is above the hood of most passenger cars.
  • A simple construction involving the center of mass frame can be used to show that if a stationary elastic sphere is struck by a moving sphere, the two will head off at right angles after the collision (as in the figure).
  • The Internet is quickly becoming the center of mass media.
  • The barycenter being both the center of mass and center of rotation of the three-body system, this resultant force is exactly that required to keep the smaller body at the Lagrange point in orbital equilibrium with the other two larger bodies of the system (indeed, the third body needs to have negligible mass).
  • Under this definition, the Earth–Moon system is not currently a double planet; although the Moon is massive enough to cause the Earth to make a noticeable revolution around this center of mass, this point nevertheless lies well within Earth.

  • They stabilize the trajectory of the bolt via three different means: resisting pitching and yawing of the shaft by acting like a stabilizer fin (fin-stabilization); reducing deviation from the longitudinal axis by creating a back-pulling center of pressure behind the bolt's center of mass (drag-stabilization); and in some particular cases, creating a rotation around the longitudinal axis (spin-stabilization) by having the fletchings mounted at a slight angle of attack.
  • (In this equation the moment of inertia must be taken about an axis through the center of mass and the rotation measured by ω must be around that axis; more general equations exist for systems where the object is subject to wobble due to its eccentric shape).
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