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VMAXMaximum Velocity
VMAXMaximum Voltage
VMAXVelocity Maximum
VMAXMaximum Rate of Depolarization
VMAXBasic Clean Aircraft Maximum CAS (aviation)
VMAXMaximum Upstroke Velocity of the Action Potential
VMAXMaximum Volume to be Remediated
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A definitive and inescapable anthem for 2018, it closed out the year on Time's "10 Best Songs of 2018, A string of singles hit maximum velocity as "Boys" took the culture by storm.
Driven by patented sequential jets, this high-speed ride rockets duelling guests through gravity-defying turns and around wide-open saucer features at maximum velocity.
You don't have to always work at maximum velocity throwing it as hard as you can.
Pick a powder that generates maximum velocity at acceptable pressure and fits a full charge beneath the bullet.
In Section 2, kinematic unicycle model, symmetric planar curve, time-optimal velocity planning with velocity and acceleration bounds, and numerical integration to compute the maximum velocity profile on the path are introduced.
There is high spatial variability with the maximum velocity at a very short distance below the nozzle exit.
McKeogh and Kiely [4] studied velocity distribution in meandering compound channels and stated that the maximum velocity in main channel, whether above or below the bank level, is closer towards the inner bend.
Assume that each joint for the lower limb and assistive mechanism separately has its own maximum velocity; at posture (1), when lower limb's end-effector C moves on direction [mathematical expression not reproducible] at maximum velocity, the slave-active joint D also just reaches its maximum velocity to make the assistive mechanism shadow lower limb's movement to provide certain assistance on this direction.
(2) [v.sup.limit.sub.road] denotes the maximum velocity limit of the road, which is specified by the government agency on each segment.
[v.sub.max] denotes the maximum velocity. d(k, t) = x(k + 1, t) - x(k, t) - 1 denotes the gap between vehicle k and the preceding vehicle k +1.
For example, a typical asymmetrical confluence, the most common style of confluence found in the Yangtze River, can be divided into six different hydrological zones based on flow dynamics: flow deflection, flow stagnation, flow separation, maximum velocity, shear layer, and the mainstream (Best, 1987; Wang, 2007).
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