At the point of impact he had already decelerated as much as he could, to around 33 kilometres, but the point is when you're driving a train, you're then working on velocity," Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) spokeswoman Nana Zenani told AFP.
What does PI stand for?
PI stands for Point of Impact
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See other definitions of PI
We have 126 other meanings of PI in our Acronym Attic
- Plant Integrity
- Plaque Index (oral hygiene)
- Plasticity Index
- Platform Initialization (Specification)
- Platform Integration (various organizations)
- Please Inquire
- Pleasure Island (Disney World)
- Plouffe's Inverter
- Plug In
- Point Initiating
Samples in periodicals archive:
5-centimetre distance between the actual point of impact and the one reported by Virtual Eye," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted Hawkins, as saying.
It was also surprising how dramatically small changes in the amount of downward pressure affected point of impact.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The front V-rest does a good job of centering most handgun barrels while the vinyl coating minimizes or eliminates barrel bounce that can affect point of impact.
The point of impact of the malfunctioning satellite, if it had been allowed to fall, is not known.
It also uses the low-vibration, double-rod carbon pendulum, which allows for high rigidity in the impact direction and a high concentration of the mass at the point of impact.
s name is Keith Neudecker, and he was working in his office in the North Tower, far too close to the point of impact.
The Slice Bullet inventor is golf professional Bob Philips, who states, "Slice Bullet is a device that places any level of player into the same position as a professional at the only point in the stroke that matters, the point of impact.