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aeromechanics (used with a sing. verb) the science of air or gases in motion or equilibrium.
aerostatics (used with a sing. verb) the branch of aeromechanics that deals with gases in equilibrium and with the equilibrium of airborne bodies or aircraft under changing atmospheric conditions.
anchor something that provides stability or equilibrium. [1/7 definitions]
balance to bring into or hold in a state of equilibrium. [1/8 definitions]
counterpoise the condition of being exactly balanced; equilibrium. [1/3 definitions]
destabilize to upset the equilibrium of (esp. a government or other organization); unbalance, often with intent to topple.
disequilibrium a lack or loss of stability, balance, or equilibrium, esp. in the economy.
equilibrate to bring into or be in balance or equilibrium.
equipoise a state of balance or equal weight, importance, or the like; equilibrium. [1/3 definitions]
hydrostatics (used with a sing. verb) the scientific study of liquids at rest, esp. with regard to pressure and equilibrium.
nonequilibrium combined form of equilibrium.
perturb to disturb the ordinary motion or equilibrium of. [1/3 definitions]
poise a state or position of equilibrium; balance. [2/6 definitions]
stasis the state of equilibrium or balance between opposing forces; motionlessness. [1/2 definitions]
statics (used with a sing. verb) the branch of mechanics dealing with stationary masses or bodies in a state of equilibrium.
terminal velocity the highest speed reached by a falling object, when the forces of gravity and air resistance are in equilibrium.
unbalance to upset the balance or equilibrium of. [1/3 definitions]
utricle the larger of two saclike cavities in the inner ear, useful in the maintenance of bodily equilibrium. [1/2 definitions]
variance in physics or chemistry, the number of independent thermodynamic variables required to specify equilibrium in a given system. [1/7 definitions]
vibration in physics, the rapid motion of a particle or elastic substance around an equilibrium position when its equilibrium has been disturbed, or a similar movement of the particles of an air mass or the like, as in sound transmission. [1/4 definitions]