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lateral accelerationの例文

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  • As the lateral acceleration increases during cornering, the side slip angle decreases.
  • It pulled a maximum of 1.2g lateral acceleration during the run.
  • Lateral accelerations are generally kept to a minimum by banking curves.
  • Light trucks will roll over at lateral accelerations of 0.8 to 1.2 g.
  • The rollover threshold for passenger cars is over 1 g of lateral acceleration.
  • Maximum lateral acceleration was 0.812g, essentially identical to that of our last 308's.
  • It is expressed as a lateral acceleration in gravitational units.
  • No CD-ROM can duplicate going through a turn and feeling 3 Gs of lateral acceleration.
  • The Challenger Hellcat has a lateral acceleration of 0.94g.
  • The GTS achieves a lateral acceleration of 0.96g.
  • Better track and train designs reduce lateral accelerations and their impact on the body, Stengel says.
  • Roush claimed it achieved 1.0g lateral acceleration and was on par with the Porsche 911 Turbo.
  • This new system included acceleration, braking rates, and lateral acceleration to the existing vehicle speed metric.
  • The Corvette, for example, has sensors that measure " steering angle, " yaw rate and lateral acceleration.
  • The 2010 GT500 can break from 60-0 in 107.0 ft and has a lateral acceleration of 1.00g.
  • The neck's inability to deal with high forces leads to lateral accelerations generally limited to under 1.8Gs.
  • Therefore, it is necessary to specify the speed and lateral acceleration whenever reporting understeer / oversteer characteristics.
  • This allowed it to reach up to 0.83G's of lateral acceleration, and 66.5 mph on the slalom run.
  • Patrick Depailler was killed in, probably due to high lateral acceleration causing a black out in Hockenheim's fast Ostkurve.
  • "The point to take away from this is this is a very significant lateral acceleration we're talking about here,"
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