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    I hope the Acceleration is numerically controlled.
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    It's the braking that's the problem . . .

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    Not trying to be a smartbutt but that would be negative acceleration.
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    You know what "change in acceleration", the third derivative of position, or

    or d3r(t)/dt3

    is called?

    "Jerk"

    ;-) - Engineer humor

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    And you know what "change in acceleration", the third derivative of position, or

    or d^3r(t)/dt^3

    is called?



    "Jerk"



    ;-) - Engineer humor

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    I remember watching trucks like that dumping slag on the snow covered mountain that wasn't there when they started the mine 100 years ago. That was in Idaho.



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