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Gamma Drive - Gyrodisk
Hello All, Surely, inertial propulsion can come when we release some of the 360 centrifugal force of rotors. One way is to combine gyroscopic forces (ala: Kidd, etc) and eccentric-mass force ...
Asked on 26 August 2016 by James
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anybody else have this problem?
Why are all these computer programmer nerds so incredibly !STUPID!. My email system is in text mode by default and for some incredibly stupid reason any internet links embedded in emails, in my sy ...
Asked on 23 August 2016 by Dave
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bike stabilisation
Hey I HV thought of an idea for self stabilisation of bikes by using self rotating rim in addition it will use heavy liquid technology which will shift itself to create a reaction force if it is possi ...
Asked on 21 July 2016 by mayur ruyam
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Finding Centrifuge
In this way, you can see the angular momentum and centrifuge fully functioning during precession. You will have to do a little thinking and a little work, but not much. I will not explain yet explain ...
Asked on 3 July 2016 by Glenn Hawkins
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Watch centrifuge acting
In the following way, you can find angular momentum and centrifuge fully functioning during precession. You will have to do a little thinking and a little work, but not much. I will not yet expla ...
Asked on 3 July 2016 by Glenn Hawkins
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Finding proof of angular momentum & centrifuge
In this way you will find the angular momentum and centrifuge fully functioning during precession. You will have to do a little thinking and a little work, but not much. I will not explaint yet, ...
Asked on 3 July 2016 by Glenn Hawkins
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Newtons cradle
After examining the video on Wikipedia I wondered what would happen if the metal balls were rotating Gyro Balls instead? Would the reaction still be in the opposite direction?
Asked on 17 June 2016 by James
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Formula
Hey, i am searching for some formulas, regarding my research. Could you please elaborate me the formula for weight and length of cyclist, in terms of gyroscopic radius. Thank you. will be waiting for ...
Asked on 17 June 2016 by zain ul abdin
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How many countries could produce Ring Laser Gyroscope?
From newspaper, I know that only 4 countries could produce ring laser gyroscope, including PRC. Is it real? Actually we are the Ring Laser Gyroscope manufacturer,www.mh-elec.com from my exper ...
Asked on 1 June 2016 by MH ELECTRONICS
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gyroscope for sale uk
hi mate i have a gyroscope for sale its a used one in very good nick and i am in the uk is swindon
Asked on 25 May 2016 by luke cooper
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Query
I'm consisting the merits of installing a flywheel to a motorcycle sidecar in hopes of increasing stability in turns (sidecars typically want to lift during left hand turns, this is called flying the ...
Asked on 22 May 2016 by Kevin
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Initial Position
Hello everyone, I am new on this forum and going through it I couldn't find answer to my question. So I am using the 9 dof chip from adafruit: BNO055 in NDOF mode. It is mounted on a door and I ...
Asked on 28 April 2016 by yoguime
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Hibernating time is over
Dear All, The gyro site has gone very quiet and although it has been a bad year, with so many good people dying, you inquisitive lot cannot all have pegged it at once can you? Its spring ...
Asked on 26 April 2016 by Nitro
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Linear Gyroscope Effect
Last month I was experimenting with a mass, making a reciprocating movement in a short tube. The mass was in a state of resonance. I discovered a gyroscopic effect of the tube. It was forming a gravit ...
Asked on 17 April 2016 by BertoA
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Torpedo Gyroscopes
I'm looking for anyone with a working knowledge of WWII MK 12-1 Torpedo Gyroscopes # 52202 and 52430. I picked these up on eBay as a future birthday gift and am interested in cleaning and polishing th ...
Asked on 3 April 2016 by jkbakamd
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Gyroscope question
Hey guys, I'm new to gyroscopes and don't fully understand how they work so I'm hoping someone could shed some light on some questions I have. I'm working on a project for school where my team decided ...
Asked on 29 March 2016 by Victor
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test post
Test post by Glenn testing, testing, 1-2-3
Asked on 20 March 2016 by Glenn Turner
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TURNER, KIDD, EVERYONE
Dear Glenn Tuner, I know all we regulars hope the best for your father. It crosses my mind every time I click on. We humans suffer a lot. Blessings to you and your family. I will call you soon ...
Asked on 18 March 2016 by Glenn Hawkins
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north seeking gyro
How is a Gyroscope made north seeking?
Asked on 14 March 2016 by Triston
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Propulsion--
In 2004 I completed a model of what would be referred to as an "offset spin intertial thruster". It does have a directional force action similar to one Mr. Laithewaite demonstrated quite some time ...
Asked on 28 January 2016 by Carl A. Helsing
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navigation
explain that approximate standard compaa error can be obtained by comparison with gyro comparison if no other means available
Asked on 20 October 2015 by KRISTINE
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What is the significance of gyroscope?
I am fascinated by this physical phenomenon and is writing a paper studying its mechanism. I think it would spark the interest of the academic if I can provide other information beyond the physical ex ...
Asked on 4 October 2015 by James W.
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Up-righting a gyro
If a gyroscope is spinning at a tilted angle and it's spin speed slows down, the gyro will start to fall. Does that mean, if the speed of the spinning, tilted, gyro is increased it will upright itse ...
Asked on 30 September 2015 by Boopsey
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dynamics of machinery
differentiate between natural andforced precission
Asked on 9 August 2015 by vamsi
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getting permission to use material in a paper
Hello Glenn, I'd like to get permission to use some of your material in a paper I'm writing. How can I do this please, and what are the rules? Thank you Tony Singarayar
Asked on 12 July 2015 by tony singarayar
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basic
I am building a walking beast,it has 4 legs and walks.at a given time 2 legs come of the ground to go forward and down,therefore while 2 legs are on the ground for 5 seconds it could fall over.and I w ...
Asked on 3 June 2015 by lyn
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Gyroscopes in cars
Has there ever been in a car that a gyroscope was use to stabilize on curves? Hey let's see
Asked on 17 May 2015 by T.W.
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Gyro
I have a gyro as well that was given to me as a gift. The ID number on mine is; MKXII GYRO 276. Does anyone have one of these? This one still has remnants of old lubricant on it from when it was in us ...
Asked on 6 May 2015 by dawnell vaughn
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gyro stabilizer for motorcycles
Good Day, I am inquiring as to where gyroscopic stabilizers for motorcycles can be purchased? Thanks, Mike G.
Asked on 26 April 2015 by michael golden
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basics to make it work
What are the basic steps or instructions to make it work/spin?
Asked on 21 April 2015 by LIBBY HEWETT
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ring laser gyro
what is ring laser gyro? and in what occations does it use?
Asked on 26 March 2015 by malinga
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PROOF BY REASON
THIS TREATMENT IS TO PROVE The dreamers understanding; verses block-headed arguments. First, impact force does not mean momentum continues in the horizontal plane after the downward force is nu ...
Asked on 15 March 2015 by Glenn Hawkins
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why it is used?
Why gyroscope is used ?
Asked on 27 February 2015 by Pawar Rahul
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Can anyone identify this gyroscope
Hi, I got an old gyroscope from army. It came with an wooden box as the gyroscope was attached to it. I'm not sure how old this is, I really don't understand much of these but I would love to. In ...
Asked on 24 February 2015 by JP
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Where does the energy go?
Where does the energy go? Imagine a heavy train, running along at 100 kph. A small electric car accelerates from rest to catch up with the train, taking 10 units of energy from the battery. The c ...
Asked on 21 January 2015 by Momentus
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Northern v Southern hemisphere
Does a spinning wheel precess the opposite way on opposite sides of the equator
Asked on 3 January 2015 by Graham Tapper
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Comparing the output from two gyros
Hi there guys, Just a hobbyist working with MEMS gyros and had this question. Say I had a gyro attached to two different devices. (i.e. One gyro per device), with each gyro outputting a yaw, roll an ...
Asked on 2 January 2015 by Antoine
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Check out my gyroscopic propelled wheel
Link to my gyroscope propelled wheel at LMR website. http://letsmakerobots.com/content/gyroscope-flywheel-propelled-wheel
Asked on 9 December 2014 by Jim Demello
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compressed air directed and or funneled after 359 367 repulsive magnetic drive
359 against 367 one inner one outer 360 degrees,chains there is not Pull expressed by division..division created by pounds per square inch air pushed out to create lift. In not just itself but the ...
Asked on 20 November 2014 by Patrick Hill
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String
I bought a gyroscope at a yard sale but it didn't have the string. What type of string can I use if I can't find gyroscope replacement string? Hope to hear from someone soon. Thanks, Teresa
Asked on 16 November 2014 by Teresa
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Royal Navy Torpedo Gyroscope - need more info
I have what I believe is a Royal Navy Torpedo Gyroscope and want to know more about it. Can you help? Some info on the markings follow. Many thanks for any insight you can provide. ...
Asked on 23 October 2014 by Mike Ward
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Sizing a gyroscope
I'd like to know the approximate size/mass/speed requirements for a gyroscope that would keep a 200-pound person seated on a bicycle vertical, and if possible, simple calculations for approximating si ...
Asked on 22 October 2014 by Dan Wafford
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torpedo gyro creep
In an old paper on WWII torpedo gyros I found a formula for the lateral placement error due to gyro creep as 3.63-5 R sin(lat) * t where R is run distance (v*t, single speed). This is 1/2 of a standar ...
Asked on 30 September 2014 by david cwalina
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stuff
There has been some talk of a perfect gyroscope. Science has now made that possible with the material explained below; and with the use of Faraday's homopopular motor, in which only the rim would have ...
Asked on 23 September 2014 by Glenn Hawkins
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Same on blog last posted
Hello there, Im also interested in building a Aerotrim , and Im basiccally have the access to a welding machine and metal (I hope enough), and a place to do so. The quest for information on that is ...
Asked on 16 September 2014 by Calatica
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What is the angle that a gyroscope spins at.
What is the angle that a gyroscope spins at. My guess would be something like 51.877 Degrees or 51.52 Degrees. Does anyone know what this angle is. Thanks. GD Y-Y
Asked on 11 September 2014 by Golden Dragon Yin-Yang
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NASA verifies propulsion generated by EmDrive
http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2014-07/31/nasa-validates-impossible-space-drive Reddit comments: http://www.reddit.com/r/science/comments/2c8fzq/nasa_validates_impossible_space_drive_when_a_ ...
Asked on 31 July 2014 by MD
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What is the total resultant change (all forces) when a push is applied to the axis of a gyro
What is the total resultant change (all forces) when a push is applied to the axis of a gyro or spinning wheel. If you push on a gyro axis, there is an opposite push onto the earth at your feet. ...
Asked on 14 July 2014 by John Smith
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My Chubby Checker experiment (Do the twist)
What happens when two gyros are set to the opposite tips of a shaft and while spinning in unison, one is let to fall into gravity; while the other caused to rotate in line with the shaft as in a gimba ...
Asked on 30 May 2014 by Glenn Hawkins
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robot balance
Hi, I need to know if my robot ( which is balancing on one wheel) can use a gyroscope that is just one flywheel to balance forward and back and side to side. I also need to know what weight/speed I ne ...
Asked on 29 April 2014 by Jack Didesch
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