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Chu, "Measurement of gravitational acceleration by dropping atoms," Nature, vol.
The selection of the location of the absolute determination points was driven mainly by the emerging ability to examine long-term, age-related changes in the acceleration of the absolute value of the gravitational acceleration within the area of the Pieniny Klippen Belt.
Units used are centimeter per second squared ([cms.sup.-2]) and in terms of gravitational acceleration (g).
"Though studies on the gravitational acceleration have suggested a maximum of 4.3 magnitude here, the current code is designed to withstand up to 5.2 in Richter scale, which is almost 10 times more powerful.
Weight is the product of mass and of gravitational acceleration (g).
However, the sensor would need to withstand gravitational acceleration up to 2,500 g, be very light so as to prevent tire imbalance and last the full life of the tire, a minimum of eight years.
Another remark arises from Figure 2(b): the effect of the gravitational acceleration g on the measured signals must be taken into account and removed in order to get the correct value of the radial acceleration.
Since gravitational acceleration simulation must be considered in shaking table test, similarity coefficient of mass density fixed for the test is 1.0.
Their model is capable of pinpointing extreme differences in gravitational acceleration than was earlier observed.
Next, we shall introduce the vector of gravitational acceleration strength G and the vector of torsion field strength [OMEGA] (gravitomagnetic field) according to the formulas:
It is expressed in terms of multiples of the Earth's gravitational acceleration. +Gz is a description of G vector in which the vertical (z) axis is parallel to the long spinal axis of the body and the direction (+) is from head to foot.