**polygon of forces** — jėgų daugiakampis statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. polygon of forces vok. Krafteck, n; Kräftepolygon, n; Kräftevieleck, n rus. многоугольник сил, m; силовой многоугольник, m pranc. polygone des forces, m … Fizikos terminų žodynas

**polygon of forces** — noun Physics a polygon that represents by the length and direction of its sides all the forces acting on a body or point … English new terms dictionary

**polygon of forces** — noun A polygonal figure the sides of which are vectors representing several forces acting simultaneously upon one point, so that the vector necessary to make the figure closed is the resultant of those forces … Wiktionary

**triangle of forces** — a vector diagram whose sides represent three forces in equilibrium compare force polygon … Useful english dictionary

**Polygon** — Pol y*gon, n. [Gr. poly gwnos polygonal; poly s many + gwni a angle: cf. F. polygone.] (Geom.) A plane figure having many angles, and consequently many sides; esp., one whose perimeter consists of more than four sides; any figure having many… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

**polygon** — n. a plane figure with many (usu. a minimum of three) sides and angles. Phrases and idioms: polygon of forces a polygon that represents by the length and direction of its sides all the forces acting on a body or point. Derivatives: polygonal adj … Useful english dictionary

**POLYGON** — POLYGONE is an Electronic Warfare Tactics Range located on the border between France and Germany. It is one of only two in Europe, the other being RAF Spadeadam.The range, also referred to as the Multi national Aircrew Electronic Warfare Tactics… … Wikipedia

**polygone des forces** — jėgų daugiakampis statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. polygon of forces vok. Krafteck, n; Kräftepolygon, n; Kräftevieleck, n rus. многоугольник сил, m; силовой многоугольник, m pranc. polygone des forces, m … Fizikos terminų žodynas

**Support polygon** — For a rigid object in contact with a fixed environment and acted upon by gravity in the vertical direction, its support polygon is a horizontal region over which the center of mass must lie to achieve static stability. For example, for an object… … Wikipedia

**Area of a disk** — Part of a series of articles on the mathematical constant π … Wikipedia