**longitudinal coefficient** — Naval Archit. the ratio of the immersed volume of a hull to the product obtained by multiplying its length on the water line by the immersed area of the midship transverse section, all assuming a given depth of immersion of the hull. Also called… … Universalium

**Longitudinal static stability** — is important in determining whether an aircraft will be able to fly as intended. Static stability As any vehicle moves it will be subjected to minor changes in the forces that act on it, and in its speed. * If such a change causes further changes … Wikipedia

**coefficient** — of expansion coefficient of friction coefficient of rolling resistance aligning torque coefficient aligning stiffness coefficient braking force coefficient braking stiffness coefficient braking traction coefficient camber stiffness coefficient … Mechanics glossary

**Coefficient prismatique** — Le coefficient prismatique, ou coefficient longitudinal, est un des coefficients utilisés en architecture navale pour concevoir et comparer les carènes de navires. Il est égal au rapport du volume de la partie immergée au volume du prisme… … Wikipédia en Français

**coefficient A** — The coefficient of constant compass deviation caused by misplacement of the lubber line of a compass in relation to the longitudinal axis of the carrying aircraft. This misplacement results in a constant error for all headings of the airplane.… … Aviation dictionary

**coefficient B** — The coefficient of semicircular compass deviation caused by magnetism in the body of the carrying aircraft along its longitudinal axis. Its value is maximum on easterly and westerly headings. Coefficient B = 1 /2 (Deviation on magnetic East −… … Aviation dictionary

**prismatic coefficient** — Naval Archit. See longitudinal coefficient. * * * … Universalium

**prismatic coefficient** — noun : the ratio of the volume of displacement of a ship to that of a prism equal in length to the distance between perpendiculars of the ship and in cross section to that of the immersed midship section * * * Naval Archit. See longitudinal… … Useful english dictionary

**longitudinal force coefficient** — is based on the aerodynamic force acting on the vehicle in the x direction … Mechanics glossary

**hall coefficient** — ˈhȯl noun or hall constant Usage: usually capitalized H Etymology: after Edwin H. Hall died 1938 American physicist : the quotient of the potential difference per unit width of metal strip in the Hall effect divided by the product of the… … Useful english dictionary