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Irrotational

Irrotational Ir`ro*ta"tion*al, a. (Physics) Not rotatory; passing from one point to another by a movement other than rotation; -- said of the movement of parts of a liquid or yielding mass. --Sir W. Thomson.

Irrotational Ir`ro*ta"tion*al, a. (Physics) Not rotatory; passing from one point to another by a movement other than rotation; -- said of the movement of parts of a liquid or yielding mass. --Sir W. Thomson.

- Rotation or rotational motion is the circular movement of an object around a central line, known as an axis of rotation. A plane figure can rotate in...

- implying Earth's rotational velocity must have decreased more slowly in the past. Empirical data tentatively shows a sharp increase in rotational deceleration...

- rotational symmetry, or discrete rotational symmetry of the nth order, with respect to a particular point (in 2D) or axis (in 3D) means that rotation...

- collection of all rotation matrices of a fixed dimension (here mostly 3) in mathematics and particularly in physics where rotational symmetry is a requirement...

- the object's moment of inertia is observed: E rotational = 1 2 I ω 2 {\displaystyle E_{\text{rotational}}={\tfrac {1}{2}}I\omega ^{2}} where ω {\displaystyle...

- Rotational spectroscopy is concerned with the measurement of the energies of transitions between quantized rotational states of molecules in the gas phase...

- Rotational frequency, also known as rotational speed or rate of rotation (symbols ν, lowercase Gr**** nu, and also n), is the frequency of rotation of an...

- thermoplastics) in an unheated mould, but shares slow rotational speeds in common with rotational molding. This kind of rotocasting should not be confused...

- Rotational diffusion is the rotational movement which acts upon any object such as particles, molecules, atoms when present in a fluid, by random changes...

- Healing native rangeland may require a combination of burning and rotational grazing. Rotational grazing can be used with ruminants such as cattle, sheep or...

- implying Earth's rotational velocity must have decreased more slowly in the past. Empirical data tentatively shows a sharp increase in rotational deceleration...

- rotational symmetry, or discrete rotational symmetry of the nth order, with respect to a particular point (in 2D) or axis (in 3D) means that rotation...

- collection of all rotation matrices of a fixed dimension (here mostly 3) in mathematics and particularly in physics where rotational symmetry is a requirement...

- the object's moment of inertia is observed: E rotational = 1 2 I ω 2 {\displaystyle E_{\text{rotational}}={\tfrac {1}{2}}I\omega ^{2}} where ω {\displaystyle...

- Rotational spectroscopy is concerned with the measurement of the energies of transitions between quantized rotational states of molecules in the gas phase...

- Rotational frequency, also known as rotational speed or rate of rotation (symbols ν, lowercase Gr**** nu, and also n), is the frequency of rotation of an...

- thermoplastics) in an unheated mould, but shares slow rotational speeds in common with rotational molding. This kind of rotocasting should not be confused...

- Rotational diffusion is the rotational movement which acts upon any object such as particles, molecules, atoms when present in a fluid, by random changes...

- Healing native rangeland may require a combination of burning and rotational grazing. Rotational grazing can be used with ruminants such as cattle, sheep or...

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