EFFECT OF CENTRIFUGAL AND CORIOLIS FORCES DUE TO

... Here r is position vector of the particle and the other terms have their usual meaning. When a particle is at rest on the surface of earth which rotates with constant angular velocity ω about its polar axis, then: ...

... Here r is position vector of the particle and the other terms have their usual meaning. When a particle is at rest on the surface of earth which rotates with constant angular velocity ω about its polar axis, then: ...

PHYS 307 LECTURE NOTES, Daniel W. Koon, St. Lawrence Univ.

... be lumped together with a centrifugal term to produce the effective gravitational accelerations, g. What is interesting about this is, first, that the centrifugal term produces a bit of a bulge in the Earth's equator. Second, this "effective gravitational force" does not point directly towards the c ...

... be lumped together with a centrifugal term to produce the effective gravitational accelerations, g. What is interesting about this is, first, that the centrifugal term produces a bit of a bulge in the Earth's equator. Second, this "effective gravitational force" does not point directly towards the c ...

L10_rotation

... kinetic energy. a. Identify and describe at least one characteristic they share. b. Identify and describe at least two differences between them. ...

... kinetic energy. a. Identify and describe at least one characteristic they share. b. Identify and describe at least two differences between them. ...

Lecture 1 Forces on a rotating planet Lecture 2 We will describe the

... Newtonʼs law of gravitation: two masses attract each other with a force proportional to each of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them. ∴Gravitational force per unit mass acting on a parcel of air or water at the surface of the Earth (m s-2) gravitational ...

... Newtonʼs law of gravitation: two masses attract each other with a force proportional to each of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them. ∴Gravitational force per unit mass acting on a parcel of air or water at the surface of the Earth (m s-2) gravitational ...

MollyHungEmilyROTMOT

... used for two different concepts. Centrifugal force is one of the fictitious forces that appears to act on an object when its motion is viewed from a rotating frame of reference. Magnitude of centripetal force is F=mv2/r. ...

... used for two different concepts. Centrifugal force is one of the fictitious forces that appears to act on an object when its motion is viewed from a rotating frame of reference. Magnitude of centripetal force is F=mv2/r. ...

Physics 430

... If we fire the missile straight north, heading for latitude l = /2 ( is called the colatitude), it will, of course, maintain its (the equator’s) sideways velocity, but it will be traveling over land for which the sideways W velocity of the Earth is less: v( ) Ωr ΩREarth sin 1000sin ...

... If we fire the missile straight north, heading for latitude l = /2 ( is called the colatitude), it will, of course, maintain its (the equator’s) sideways velocity, but it will be traveling over land for which the sideways W velocity of the Earth is less: v( ) Ωr ΩREarth sin 1000sin ...

QUIZ 9 Mark____

... velocity for the boat, which in the ships reference frame is pointing from North to South and has a magnitude of 10 m/s. How much is the speed of the boat as measured by an observer who is in rest relative to the Earth? (30 p) ...

... velocity for the boat, which in the ships reference frame is pointing from North to South and has a magnitude of 10 m/s. How much is the speed of the boat as measured by an observer who is in rest relative to the Earth? (30 p) ...

PPT - Earth and Environmental Sciences

... Conservation of angular momentum Fcoriolis = 0 on equator, increases poleward ...

... Conservation of angular momentum Fcoriolis = 0 on equator, increases poleward ...

Equations of motion

... • What forces might lead to acceleration in the horizontal x- and/or y-directions, and therefore need to be included in the equations of motion for those directions? – Coriolis force – horizontal pressure gradient force – wind stress and other frictional forces ...

... • What forces might lead to acceleration in the horizontal x- and/or y-directions, and therefore need to be included in the equations of motion for those directions? – Coriolis force – horizontal pressure gradient force – wind stress and other frictional forces ...