• The grandson of the company's founder rejected the possibility that the acceleration problem is related to the electronic controls in his vehicles.

    VOA: special.2010.02.26

  • Now, gravity, well force, is equal to mass times acceleration, g and the acceleration due to gravity is g.


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  • Therefore, when you divide by the mass to get the acceleration, the response of different bodies is inverse to the mass.


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  • But a growing number of legal cases claim Toyota knew for a long time about the sudden acceleration issue with other vehicles.

    VOA: special.2010.02.05

  • You will learn in 8.02 that if you have a charged body changing direction, that constitutes an acceleration.


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  • "Buildings in Jakarta are built to withstand horizontal acceleration of about and this earthquake which just happened yesterday maybe about five percent of gravity,"

    VOA: standard.2009.09.07

  • And bathing inside the inner ear fluids where they become stimulated by sound waves and acceleration forces.


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  • The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has linked more than 50 deaths to the unexpected acceleration problems -- a safety issue Toyota has blamed on floor mats and sticky gas pedals.

    VOA: standard.2010.03.26

  • To understand India's economic growth acceleration you really have to go back about 25 years.


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  • Gates' stressed that,in any case, he saw no cause for a slowdown in the pace of U.S.troop pullouts, but that any acceleration, would necessarily depend on an assessment of the situation by U.S.Commander Ray Odierno.

    VOA: standard.2009.07.29

  • Why should the amount by which you're attracted to the Earth be also a measure of how much you hate acceleration?


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  • I think there's at least and I'm not going into any specifics but I think there's at least some chance of a modest acceleration But,because of the way General Odierno sees things going, that remains to be seen,".

    VOA: standard.2009.07.29

  • So, a massless body cannot have a net force on it, because the acceleration of the rope cannot be infinite.


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  • It's useful to have the average acceleration, which you can find by taking similar differences of velocities.


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  • When you're falling to the surface of the Earth, you are describing a problem of constant acceleration.


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  • And know intuitively that if they move together, they will behave like an object of mass 5 and the acceleration will again be 2.

    凭直觉认为既然它们一起运动,那么它们就相当于一个质量为 5 千克的物体,然后我们可以算出加速度为 2

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  • And, you know acceleration means either change of speed or change of direction.


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  • It says that, "If a body has an acceleration, then you need a force and the relation of the force to acceleration is this thing."


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  • He just said whenever there's an acceleration, it's going to be due to some forces and it's your job to find what the forces are.


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  • One is inertial mass, which is how much you hate your velocity to change, how hard you resist acceleration.


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  • But the acceleration it produces on the elephant and on the mass, are in an inverse ratio of their masses.


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  • You cannot have a spring pulled only at one side, because then it will then accelerate with infinite acceleration in that direction.


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  • Now I can measure that, because I pull it by one centimeter and I find the acceleration it exerts on a known mass.

    现在就能测量这个力了,因为把弹簧拉伸 1 厘米,我就知道它让一个质量已知的物体产生的加速度

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  • Simply knowing the acceleration is not enough to tell you where it was at the initial time.


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  • So, when you divide by the mass to get the acceleration, you get the same answer.


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  • A limited class of problems is one in which the acceleration is just a constant.


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  • As you start on the top and go down, your acceleration is negative.


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  • Then you guys know, you just told me, acceleration is -9.8, We call it "minus" because it's accelerating down and up was taken to be the positive direction.


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  • What's your plan for measuring acceleration if some little thing is moving?


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  • Can you tell me why I'm sure the Earth has an acceleration?


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angular acceleration 角加速度

peak acceleration 峰值加速度;最大加速度值

constant acceleration 等加速度

lateral acceleration 侧向加速度;横向加速率

maximum acceleration 最大加速度

acceleration time 加速时间;磁带的起动时间

acceleration of gravity n. [物]重力加速度

acceleration transducer 加速度传感器

gravitational acceleration 重力加速度

seismic acceleration 震动加速度;地震加速度

earthquake acceleration 地震加速度

particle acceleration 粒子加速

coriolis acceleration 科里奥利加速度;科氏加速度;复合向心加速度

acceleration period 加速期

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