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momentum

imenicagramatika

Sinonimi: impulse

ETYM Latin See Moment.
1. An impelling force or strength; SYN. impulse.
2. The product of a body's mass and its velocity.
In physics, the product of the mass of a body and its linear velocity. The angular momentum of an orbiting or rotating body is the product of its moment of inertia and its angular velocity. The momentum of a body does not change unless it is acted on by an external force; angular momentum does not change unless it is acted upon by a turning force, or torque.
The law of conservation of momentum is one of the fundamental concepts of classical physics. It states that the total momentum of all bodies in a closed system is constant and unaffected by processes occurring within the system. Angular momentum is similarly conserved in a closed system.

1. impuls

muški rod

Potsticaj, nagon, težnja; pokretna sila, pokret; med. neodoljiv nagon; impuls sile, fiz. proizvod iz sile i vremena, trajanja, njenog dejstva.

2. inercija

ženski rod

Lenjivost; zakon inercije, prvi osnovni zakon dinamike (Galilej-NJutn): svako telo ostaje u svojem stanju mirovanja ili jednakoga pravolinijskog kretanja sve dok ga dejstvo sila ne prinudi da to svoje stanje promeni.
Nepokretnost, mrtvilo, tromost, lenjost, učmalost; nesposobnost, slabost. (lat.)

3. momenat

muški rod

1. Časak, tren, trenutak, čas;
2. Zgodan čas, vreme, okolnosti;
3. Odlučan razlog; pobuda; motiv (lat.)

4. moment

muški rod

Trenut, trenutak, čas, časak, magnovenje; vreme za počinjanje nekog posla; otsudan, odlučan trenutak; razlog, povod, ono što pokreće, potstiče na neki rad; bitni sastojak, bitna okolnost, bitna tačka.

5. moment sile

muški rodfizika

6. podstrek

muški rod

Podsticaj, stimulans.

7. pokretna sila

ženski rod