- the product of a body's mass and its velocity
"the momentum of the particles was deduced from meteoritic velocities"
- As the days passed, our campaign grew in momentum.
- This is due to conservation of angular momentum.
- Newton's Second Law says: "Force is equal to the change in momentum per change in time. For a constant mass, force equals mass times acceleration".
- Momentum Northern Ireland,
- This trend gathered momentum between 2002 and 2005.
- The European Year should act as a catalyst in raising awareness and building momentum.
- The company’s economic difficulties worsened from 2001 onwards. This trend gathered momentum between 2002 and 2005.
- The momentum of the vapour jet acts as a force on the balance.
- This momentum should be used to press ahead with vigour the implementation of the reform and budgetary consolidation strategies.
- The discussion of the above two criteria shows that the project did not gain any momentum on commercial grounds.
- Compare the total impulse, I, calculated from the integration of the total force over the period of contact, with the momentum change over that period (M*)V).
- However, in 2002 it became clear that the Farice project seemed unable to gain momentum as a purely commercial business case .
- According to the information provided by the Icelandic authorities, the project could not gain momentum as a purely commercial business case and required the involvement of the State.
- Bad: A rotary control with concentric axis on the steering wheel, which requires a momentum for operation that may also induce a change in steering angle.
- In line with economic activity, employment growth started to lose momentum in the second half of 2008 after strong dynamics and is expected to weaken further in 2009.