1(of projectile)trayectoria feminineto plot / chart the trajectory of sth — trazar la trayectoria de algo
- A talk on an Air Force rocket-fuel project set their own research trajectories in a new direction.
- A ray path is the trajectory that a small packet of seismic energy follows as it travels through the Earth.
- Then the viewer sees some object describe a trajectory down from the ridge where the camera is.
- I can also move things through the dome by drawing paths through trajectories - it's limitless what you can do.
- A few years ago, my playing partner hit a drive which had the trajectory of an Exocet missile.
- Among lawful sequences of events are Galileo's laws of free fall and the parabolic trajectory of projectiles.
- After all, we still use Newton's law of gravitation to explain and predict the trajectories of projectiles, even though it is no longer believed to be strictly true.
- The reaction paths are five-dimensional trajectories that cannot be summarized in a single picture.
- By 1604 he concluded that projectiles travel along parabolic trajectories.
- Turning toward the central piece I choose a path defined by the trajectory of a rail leading to the center.
- Since then it has been on an upward trajectory and now stands at over 20 per cent.
- Suborbital paths are the trajectories of choice for ballistic missiles.
- A guided missile corrects its trajectory as it flies, homing in, say, on the heat of a jet plane's exhaust.
- The trajectory is the path traced by the center of gravity of the projectile from the origin to the level point.
- As supply meets demand, a future is created, independent of any plan, but revealed in the trajectories of market forces.
- Mortars are ballistic weapons that have projectile trajectories undistorted by rocket engine or guidance system.
- The dust trails spread out over time as each particle continues to orbit the Sun on a trajectory similar to the path of the parent comet.
- The ball soared in the azure sky like a missile with a perfect trajectory and rolled a lot upon landing.
- At this time ideas of the trajectory taken by a projectile were still dominated by Aristotle's thinking.
- In this study, these themes describe common decision trajectories.
- These three trajectories are known as conic sections, as they are also the curves produced by cutting a cone along different planes.
- Thus, large interception errors were only found for ball trajectories ending relatively far from one's midline.
- To investigate this possibility, a simple system can be designed to generate drip trajectories where the degree of chaos can be tuned.
- The thick line is a calculated trajectory near a surface and the thin line is a trajectory far from any surface.
- So now, you have an intersecting curvature, at every point, say, along a trajectory.