During the heel contact the center of gravity moves outwards in control subjects, and the center of pressure moves to the first toe.
What does CP stand for?
CP stands for Center of Pressure
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We have 227 other meanings of CP in our Acronym Attic
- Cathodic Protection
- Cayley-Purser (encryption algorithm)
- Cedar Point (amusement park)
- Ceiling Protocol
- Celestial Pastures (FarmVille)
- Celestial Psychology (Celeste Emelia Mattingly business)
- Cellular Phone
- Cellulose Propionate
- Censorship & Publicity
- Centennial Park
Samples in periodicals archive:
Any drag on the front of the arrow makes it less stable and less accurate because it moves the Center of Pressure further back on the arrow.
The midsole uses dual density 3D counter balance for medial support that helps guard against pronation and turns the Infinity into a neutral shoe that keeps you on the center of pressure.
The total force and the location of the center of pressure within each compartment can be determined by measuring the forces reported by each load cell.
The researchers then digitally mapped how far a woman's body swayed and how many times the body's center of pressure oscillated while trying to achieve balance.
Engineers could also modify cockpit and seat designs so that pilots sit as close as possible to the aircraft's center of gravity or center of pressure and so that exposure to vibration is kept to a minimum.
The most important realization was the role that the center of gravity (CG) and the center of pressure (CP) played in maintaining stability in the aircraft.
That subtle swaying causes the center of pressure under an individual's feet to shift randomly within a radius of a centimeter or two.