Inertial

  • (adj): Of or relating to inertia.

Some articles on inertial:

Air Data Inertial Reference Unit - Description
1 and 2 ADIRUs, as No 3 ADIRU is the only alternate source of air and inertial reference data ... An inertial reference (IR) fault in ADIRU No 1 or 2 will cause a loss of attitude and navigation information on their associated primary flight display (PFD) and navigation display (ND) screens ... Each ADIRU comprises an ADR and an inertial reference (IR) component ...
Mechanics Of Planar Particle Motion - Fictitious Forces in Polar Coordinates - Polar Coordinates in An Inertial Frame of Reference
... the acceleration of a particle is derived as seen in an inertial frame using polar coordinates ... no "state-of-motion" fictitious forces in an inertial frame, by definition ... In an inertial frame, let be the position vector of a moving particle ...
Advanced Inertial Reference Sphere
... The Advanced Inertial Reference Sphere, or AIRS, is a highly accurate inertial guidance system designed for use in the LGM-118A Peacekeeper ICBM which was intended for precision ...
Special Relativity (alternative Formulations)
... The principle of relativity — The form of a physical law is the same in any inertial frame ... The speed of light is constant — In all inertial frames, the speed of light c is the same whether the light is emitted from a source at rest or in motion ... (Note this does not apply in non-inertial frames, indeed between accelerating frames the speed of light cannot be constant ...
Ludwig Lange - Biography
... Lange is known for inventing terms like inertial frame of reference and inertial time (1885), which were used by him instead of Newton's "absolute space and time" ... DiSalle describes Lange's definition in this way “ An inertial system is a coordinate system with respect to which three free particles, projected from a single point and moving in non-copl ... The law of inertia then states that relative to any inertial system, any fourth free particle will move uniformly ...