The point at which the weight of a component acts.
The spot where the mass or weight of an aeroplane may be said to centre. The position of the centre of gravity of a model aircraft will determine how stable the aircraft is in flight. As the centre of gravity moves rearward (towards the tail) the aircraft will become more and more unstable. In models powered by internal combustion engines with fuel tanks situated in front of the centre of gravity it is important that the centre of gravity is set with the fuel tank empty. Otherwise, as the fuel is used the aircraft will become unstable. The centre of gravity may be assessed by balancing the aircraft on two finger tips placed either side of the fuselage.
the point within something at which gravity can be considered to act; in uniform gravity it is equal to the center of mass
Perfectly balanced point in a club head.
The point on the rocket where all gravitational forces are assumed to act
The centre of gravity of an object is the point where all the mass appears to be concentrated. An object will balance if it is suspended exactly from its centre of gravity. This is also known as centre of mass. Centre of Mass
That point of a body about which the weights of all the different portions balance.
The point around which a body's weight is equally balanced in all directions. The total weight of the object is concentrated at this point.
The position within the car around which all the mass is gathered. The lower the castor angle, the heavier the steering and more stable the front end.
The balance point of the aircraft.
The centre of gravity of an object is the point through which all the weight appears to act.
a club with a lower or deeper centre of gravity will tend to produce a higher ball flight than a club with a higher or shallower centre of gravity. Effective Hitting Area: the area on the face of a golf club where the highest Coefficient of Restitution is obtained. This is basically the same as the "sweetspot" of the club. A larger Effective Hitting Area means a larger area where the club is able to deliver its maximum energy transfer. E.R.C.: the initials of Callaway Golf founder Ely Reese Callaway.
The 'centre of gravity' of your family is in New Zealand if: The principal applicant has no dependent children and the number of their adult children lawfully and permanently in New Zealand is equal to or greater than those lawfully and permanently in any other single country; or The principal applicant has dependent children and the number of their adult children lawfully and permanently in New Zealand is equal to or greater than those lawfully and permanently in any other single country. The number of dependent children must be equal to or fewer than the number of adult children in New Zealand.
The centre of mass of an object. When applied to aircraft this is the central point about which control inputs are deemed to act.
Centre of mass or weight
the geometrical centre of a ship through which the whole weight of the ship may be assumed to act