oscillating motion

oscillating motion
колебательное движение

variably accelerated motion — переменно ускоренное движение

uniformly retarded motion — равномерно-замедленное движение

path-following motion — движение с отслеживанием траектории

uniformly variable motion — равномерно-переменное движение

force-controlled motion — движение с управлением по усилию


The English-Russian dictionary general scientific. 2015.

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