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# ChauNgo-Project - dImpack ByChauNgo EEL6788Spring2011...

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Outline Problem Statement/Motivation Software Overview Demo Technical Difficulties Lessons Learned Improvements
Motivation/Problem Statement Shock (G-force) associated with an object is its  acceleration relative to freefall. This acceleration experienced by an object is due  to the vector sum of non-gravitational forces  acting on an object free to move. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G-force

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G-force calculation An astronaut taking off in the shuttle his/her  acceleration is 29.4 m/s^2 upward.   This is three times the acceleration of gravity  (9.8 m/s^2) à the astronaut will feel an apparent force  downward equal to 3 times his/her weight à PLUS the normal force of gravity à Thus the total “g-force” on the person will be “4
dImpack Is an Android application that utilizes the 2

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