alteration effect

Dictionary of automotive terms. 2015.

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  • load alteration effect — The reactions in the drive train or, in FWD vehicles, in the steering, due to sudden load alteration. Compare torque steer …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • effect — See alteration effect barrier effect braking effect engine braking effect ground effect hall effect kadenacy effect liftoff effect load alteration effect …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • alteration — See load alteration effect …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • alteration — Variation; changing; making different. A change of a thing from one form or state to another; making a thing different from what it was without destroying its identity. See alter. An act done upon an instrument by which its meaning or language is …   Black's law dictionary

  • alteration of instrument — A change in the sense or language of the instrument effected by an intentional act performed on the instrument by a party entitled to the instrument. In the legal sense of the term alteration of instrument it does not include an act performed on… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • effect modification — the alteration of the association between two variables under study as a function of a third variable …   Medical dictionary

  • alteration of contract — A modification of the terms of a contract with the assent of both parties, in effect a new contract to be supported by a good consideration, except as consideration is made unnecessary by the circumstances of the case. 17 Am J2d Cont § 465. To… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • group effect — Alteration in behavior within a species or group by nondirected signals …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • Halo effect — For the books of the same name, see Halo Effect (disambiguation). When we judge the looks of John Ausonius, it could matter if we think he is a) a blossoming movie star, b) an award winning scientist, or c) a bankrobber and attempted serial… …   Wikipedia

  • material alteration — n: an alteration made to an instrument that adds or deletes any provision or changes the rights and obligations of any party under it Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. material alteration …   Law dictionary

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