Deflection

Deflection or deflexion may refer to:

  • Deflection (engineering), the displacement of a structural element under load
  • Deflection (military), a technique of shooting ahead of a moving target so that the target and projectile will collide
  • Deflection (physics), the event where an object collides and bounces against a plane surface
  • Deflexion (linguistics), a linguistic process related to inflectional languages
  • Electrostatic deflection, a technique for modifying the path of charged particles by the use of an electric field
  • Deflection (chess), a tactic that forces an opposing chess piece to leave a square
  • Khet (game), an Egyptian-themed chess-like abstract strategy board game using lasers, formerly known as Deflexion

Read more about Deflection:  Also See

Other articles related to "deflection":

Deflection (physics)
... In physics deflection is the event where an object collides and bounces against a plane surface ... Magnetic deflection refers to Lorentz forces acting upon a charged particle moving in a magnetic field ...
Mechanosensation - Hair Cells - Function
... This is known as a positive deflection ... A deflection in the opposite direction is termed negative deflection, and causes tip links to relax and the ion channels to close ... Perpendicular deflection is ineffective ...
Slope Deflection Method
... The slope deflection method is a structural analysis method for beams and frames introduced in 1915 by George A ... The slope deflection method was widely used for more than a decade until the moment distribution method was developed ...
Deflection - Also See
... All pages beginning with "Deflection" All pages with titles containing "Deflection" Deflector (disambiguation) ...
Strong Focusing - Multipole Magnets
... and sextupole magnets, to focus the beam down, as magnets give a more powerful deflection effect than earlier electrostatic systems at high beam kinetic energies ... The multipole magnets refocus the beam after each deflection section, as deflection sections have a defocusing effect that can be countered with a ... vertically and O is a space or deflection magnet) ...