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SWStrategic Wing
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SWSeatwork (education)
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SWSevere Weathering
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SWLondon Southwest (postcode, United Kingdom)
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SWSocialist Worker's Party (also seen as SWP)
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SWShip's Warrant (US Navy)
SWSplit Web (railway defect)
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SWSamurai Wakizashi
SWServer Wallet
SWStud Arc Welding
SWSarcasm Warning
SWSpectral Warping
SWSea Watch/Water
SWSterling Wentworth
SW(USN Rating) Steelworker
SWSnark Wars
SWShort Along Word Lines
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The re-engineered variable-thickness face is designed for a larger sweet spot than last year's RAZR Fit Xtreme, and a lightweight composite crown makes a more traditional D-2 swingweight possible.
However, the change in mass and/or balance point results also in a change of swingweight (Cross, 2001).
The mass, balance point (defined by the distance, in mm, from the racket shaft handle to the location of the centre of mass) and the moments of inertia, defined according to Figure 1, were determined using the Babolat Racquet Diagnostic Center[R] (Babolat, Lyon, France) for the balance point, swingweight and twistweight, and using the Babolat laboratory oscillation test for the polar moment (Figure 1).
However, during the upward acceleration phase, racket A (lowest mass, highest values for balance and polar moment; Table 1) needed more joint power than racket C (highest mass, swingweight and twistweight; Table 1) to internally rotate the upper limb (Ryu et al., 1988), and induced a significantly higher internal rotation peak moment (Table 2).
Inversely, using a heavier racket with high twistweight and swingweight would result in lower solicitations of the shoulder to achieve a similar performance.
Players are questioned about everything from the type of shaft they want, the grip size, clubhead, swingweight and lie angle, through to the conditions of the course they usually play on, what the customers ball flight is, what their best and worst shots are, how far they hit their driver or their five iron and even how far their hands are away from the floor.