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Searched for: LC Classification is Technology -- Mechanical engineering and machinery -- Mechanical movements -- Special movements and devices -- Gyroscopes
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This Exploratorium site provides a demonstration using an ordinary bicycle wheel and rotating stool to show how gyroscopes behave. A person sitting on the stool is turned due to a change in the direction of the axis of...
Gravity Probe B is the relativity gyroscope experiment being developed by NASA and Stanford University to test two extraordinary, unverified predictions of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity. The experiment...
Students typically struggle with sophomore level dynamics and this difficulty is compounded when the material is extended to three dimensions. Coriolis acceleration can be daunting in planar kinetics adding additional...
This Topic in Depth explores gyroscopes and gyroscopic effect, from introductory materials about how gyroscopes are used in bicycles to research and commercial applications to hypothetical uses, such as in Rosie the...
This site, Gyroscopes.org, provides several informative pages. A gyroscope math section gives an in-depth look at the mathematical principles behind the science of gyroscopes. Visitors will find a time line detailing...
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