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The absorbed energy was then related to vehicle closing speed or BEV using the test weight of the vehicle.
Closing speed and force should not be viewed subjectively.
They may appear, in the Earth frame, to make a head-on collision, in which case the closing speed is the sum of interceptor and target Earth-frame speeds.
Taking the worst case of both boats travelling towards each other, the closing speed would give around one-and-half minutes in the limited visibility for manoeuvres - which is quite a long time on water and ample time for such small vessels to avoid a collision.
It was a combination of this characteristic flat spot and the brilliant closing speed of Exotic Dancer that saw the pair jump the second-last fence in close proximity.
The rapid closing speed was too much for Ethiopia's Haile Gebrselassie and his bid for a third gold after triumphs in 1996 and 2000 fell short as he fell back to sixth in the final 200 metres.
A quarter-turn adjustment provides appropriate closing speed for any door dimension and weight.
Thus, combining a 24 GHz medium-range radar sensor (a long-range 70 GHz sensor, he says, is needed for the autobahn) with a single lens mono-view camera to look at the vehicle's lane placement, obstacle width and classification, and the vehicle's closing speed meets Seewald's definition.
* Door closing speed and force should be adjusted by a trained technician.
Shortly after leaving Paddington station, a local Thames train passed a partially-obscured red light and smashed head-on, with a closing speed of I3omph, into a London-bound First Great Western express near Ladbroke Grove.
Shortly after leaving Paddington station, a local Thames train passed a partially-obscured red light and smashed head-on, with a closing speed of 130mph, into a London-bound First Great Western express near Ladbroke Grove.
An adjusting nut can control the closing speed. No hardware is exposed other than two small arms extending from the new hinge pin.