- n. The acceleration of a body, relative to the freefall acceleration due to any local gravitational field, expressed in multiples of g0 (the mean acceleration due to gravity at the Earth's surface).
- n. a unit of force equal to the force exerted by gravity; used to indicate the force to which a body is subjected when it is accelerated
“If that's not enough, Under Armour provided some of this year's prospects with a William Gibson-tastic shirt called the E39, which transmits real-time g-force and breathing and heart-rate numbers.”
“The plane started to lift, and the g-force pressed me back against the seat.”
“I've never been in the military, but my covert operation to reclaim my child in the late 90's felt similar to the psychic g-force that must accompany a soldier making his first blind descent into the Kabul airport.”
“MyMechanic provides car performance data, such as horsepower, torque, and g-force, on Android phones.”
“My favorite part of this car is actually the performance-data display on the center LCD screen, a series of 11 configurable panels with graphical readouts for throttle position, brake force, yaw rate, front/rear torque distribution, steering angle, lateral, longitudinal and total g-force, among others.”
“Nissan The center LCD screen is a series of 11 configurable panels with graphical readouts for throttle position, brake force, yaw rate, front/rear torque distribution, steering angle, lateral, longitudinal and total g-force.”
“Lateral acceleration measured the maximum g-force attained by vehicles orbiting a 300-foot circle, known as a skid pad.”
“I have to save this for later, seriously i had tears reading while Lautner mimes the effect of massive g-force in a replica cockpit?”
“And then a g-force of 6.7 plastered Kirk into his seat.”
“The higher the g-force the more the suit inflates and squeezes the pilot, forcing blood in the lower extremities up toward the head.”
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