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AORArea Of Responsibility
AORAlbum Oriented Rock (music)
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AORAssignment of Rents
AORArea of Responsibility (military geographic region)
AORAdventures of Riley (book series)
AORAssessment of Risk
AORApex Online Racing
AORAngel of Retribution (band)
AORArea of Operational Responsibility
AORAdjusted Odds Ratio
AORAssumption of Risk (legal defense)
AORAorist (Greek case/case aspect)
AORAcknowledgement of Receipt
AORAdvanced Orthomolecular Research (Calgary, AB, Canada)
AORAssociation of Realtors
AORAgency Of Record
AORAuthorized Organizational Representative
AORAudio Output Right
AORAcceptable Operating Range
AORAccessible Outdoor Recreation (Washington)
AORAddress of Record (SIP telephony)
AORAvailable on Request
AORReplenishment Oiler (Tanker)
AORAtlantic Ocean Region (INMARSAT)
AORArt of Regeneration (UK)
AORArab on Radar (band)
AORAnnals of Operations Research
AORAnthems of Rebellion (Arch Enemy album)
AORAverage Occupancy Rate (hotels)
AORAuthority On Radio
AORAngle of Repose (engineering)
AORArchitect of Record
AORApplication Owning Region
AORAxis of Rotation
AORAge-adjusted Odds Ratio
AORAssumption of Responsibility
AORAverage Order Revenue
AORAll Over the Road (Undefined radio program format)
AORApp-O-Rama (credit card juggling)
AORAstronomical Observation Request (various organizations)
AORAdditional Oil Recovery
AORAvailable on Radio
AORAlor Setar, Malaysia - Sultan Abdul Halim (Airport Code)
AORAuxiliary Oil Replenishment (Canadian Forces tanker)
AORApplied Ocean Research
AORArithmetic Operator Replacement
AORAccumulated Operating Results
AORAcceptance Of Risk
AORAdvice of Rights
AORApplicative Order Reduction (lambda calculus reduction strategy)
AORArea of Rescue (Assistance; area for emergency personnel find people of limited mobility in a building)
AORActual Oxygen Required (wastewater treatment)
AORAnnual Operating Requirements
AORAdd-on Rate
AORAbnormal Occurrence Report
AORAtlantic Operating Region
AORAir Observation Report
AORAllowance Override
AORAdvance List of Oversea-Returnees for Reassignment
AORAcquisition Officer Representative
AORArctic Ocean Radiative Fluxes
AORAlpha-Omega Resources
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By going back to geometry and applying the basic concept of the area of a circle A=r2n (Figure 4), notice that the center of the circle is the x-axis, which is the axis of rotation.
During the first tilt, any edge of the convex hull of the object's contact surface can be the axis of rotation. In the following calculation, the axis of rotation is assumed to be the ith edge of the convex hull, and the hand cart insertion position and end effector pushing point are determined.
The oscillatory motion in both media provoke Kelvin-Helmholtz instability [22] which is followed by the onset of regular ripples extended along the axis of rotation.
10, the maximum time to remove 99% of the bubbles for a set spin speed of 1000 rpm actually occurs with a bubble starting approximately 4.5 cm from the center axis of rotation. However, at higher spin speeds, the maximum time occurs with a bubble starting at the outer edge of the mold.
Figure 2 shows the design of a centrifugal machine with the vertical axis of rotation which can be used in the centrifugal electroslag casting system.
The shaft creates and maintains a consistent axis of rotation for the roll, allowing smooth winding of sensitive web materials, according to the company.
(4,5) The direction of the axis of rotation is used for classification of the 2 major types--mesenteroaxial and organoaxial-the latter being more common.
axis of rotation is almost horizontal (98 degrees)--Uranus
The centrifugal force, due to rotation, pushed metal into the runners and mold cavities, and a vertical vortex formed along the axis of rotation. In the actual process, the rotation would continue until the metal was fully solidified, but it was not considered here.
It is well known that when a simple liquid like water is stirred, inertia causes the sample to be displaced away from the axis of rotation. However, when an elastic solution like polyisobutylene is stirred, it gravitates toward the axis of rotation and creates an inverted vortex.
For example, a girl's axis of rotation, which is important in many sports such as ice-skating and gymnastics, can change dramatically during Tanner stage IV-V, and this is the time when disordered eating is most likely to emerge.
For example, 1.45g-mm is basically like attaching 0.75 grams of mass 1.93mm perpendicular to the axis of rotation (0.75 grams x 1.93 mm 1.45g-mm).