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linear velocity

linear velocity

Linear theory and velocity correlations of clusters

Gaussianity of cosmic velocity fields and linearity of the velocity—gravity relation

Non-linearity and stochasticity in the density-velocity relation

Reconstructing cosmic peculiar velocities from the mildly non-linear density field

Non-linear surface wave phase velocity inversion based on ray theory

The exact solution of the time-harmonic wave equation for a linear velocity profile

The velocity shear and vorticity across redshifts and non-linear scales

Non-linear density–velocity divergence relation from phase space dynamics

The non-linear matter and velocity power spectra in f(R) gravity

Local gravity versus local velocity: solutions for β and non-linear bias

Linear relation between H i circular velocity and stellar velocity dispersion in early-type galaxies, and slope of the density profiles

Cosmological non-linear density and velocity power spectra including non-linear vector and tensor modes

Recovery of the cosmological peculiar velocity from the density field in the weakly non-linear regime

Crustal P- and S-velocity structure of the Serbomacedonian Massif (Northern Greece) obtained by non-linear inversion of traveltimes

Explicit causal relations between material damping ratio and phase velocity from exact solutions of the dispersion equations of linear viscoelasticity

The spatial and velocity bias of linear density peaks and protohaloes in the Λ cold dark matter cosmology

The linear velocity field of 2MASS Redshift Survey, K s= 11.75 galaxies: constraints on β and bulk flow from the luminosity function

 

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Rate at which a body moves in a straight line from one location to another. Average linear velocity = displacement/time taken. The linear velocity of a point on a turning body, such as a lever, is directly proportional to its distance from the axis. Therefore, the maximum linear velocity of a moving lever (such as a limb) occurs at its distal end, and the longer the radius of the lever, the greater its linear velocity.

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