Definition of Gravitational. Meaning of Gravitational. Synonyms of Gravitational

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Definition of Gravitational

Gravitational
Gravitational Grav`i*tation*al, a. (Physics) Of or pertaining to the force of gravity; as, gravitational units.

Meaning of Gravitational from wikipedia

- system through gravitational radiation. Any accelerating matter can create curvatures in the space-time metric, which is how the gravitational radiation is...
- gravitational m**** determines the strength of the gravitational field generated by an object. P****ive gravitational m**** measures the gravitational force...
- the basis of his general theory of relativity. Gravitational waves transport energy as gravitational radiation, a form of radiant energy similar to electromagnetic...
- The gravitational constant (also known as the universal gravitational constant, the Newtonian constant of gravitation, or the Cavendish gravitational constant)...
- be used to find the gravitational force. The theorem tells us how different parts of the m**** distribution affect the gravitational force measured at a...
- Gravitational energy or gravitational potential energy is the potential energy a m****ive object has in relation to another m****ive object due to gravity...
- of the gravitational source. It is a vector oriented toward the field source, of magnitude measured in acceleration units. The gravitational acceleration...
- charged or polarized ellipsoidal bodies. The gravitational potential (V) at a location is the gravitational potential energy (U) at that location per unit...
- force is called elastic potential energy; work of the gravitational force is called gravitational potential energy; work of the Coulomb force is called...
- center. Consequently, a gravitational lens has no single focal point, but a focal line. The term "lens" in the context of gravitational light deflection was...