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Leveling a gyroscope rod?
With a specific application in mind, I am wondering if it is possible to keep a hollow 2in dia x 4ft steel rod standing on end, while perfectly level? Could this be achieved by putting gyroscopes insi ...
Asked on 25 January 2004 by EV
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gyrocopic effect
How do you measure gyroscopic effect?
Asked on 11 January 2004 by Michael Rivlin
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Putting an unbalanced object inthe middle
Can you put an unbalanced object, like ball with one side heavier than the other,in the middle of a gyroscope and have it always be level?
Asked on 2 December 2003 by JoanM.Wyand
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gyroscopic motion in a boat
what are the different ways in which a gyroscopic motion arises while sailing in a boat
Asked on 20 November 2003 by keri don
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Gyro Ring
I have this toy to analyze, its a gyro ring, maybe you've heard of it? Its a metal ring with smaller colored rings on it, when you spin the small rings in the right way they begin a gyro like motion o ...
Asked on 15 November 2003 by Paul Dovydaitis
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perpendicular gyroscopes
If the axes of two gyroscopes were set perpendicular to one another, would the precession of one gyroscope offset the other? I understand that this configuration of gyros is used to stabalize cameras, ...
Asked on 14 November 2003 by spencer parks
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GYROSCOPE VERTICAL USE
Hi , i need some info on how a gyro can be used to calculate vertical positioning, up and down, no left and right usage at all. also any manufactures out there where i can purchase one for testing? an ...
Asked on 2 November 2003 by joe
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Precession and speed of gyroscope
If does create a resistance couple on gyro that causes reducing the speed of gyro faster, When a tilting force is applied on gimbaled gyroscope?
Asked on 27 October 2003 by Sh.Yazdani
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gyros applied
a site where the application of a gyro is described and how it set up initially and how you would normally correct for drift? Thanks, Woody
Asked on 9 October 2003 by Harold Wood
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Gyro
looking for a numercial solution ( computer program )for gyroscopic motion and forces. Does anyone know of a source? Thanks
Asked on 2 October 2003 by Don Michelotti
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3 PHASE P.S.
I AM LOOKING FOR THE SCHEMA ELECTRICAL FOR TO MAKE A 3 PHASE 400 HZ POWER SUPPLY POWER ABOUT 50WATT THANK YOU GIULIANO
Asked on 26 September 2003 by GIULIANO
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GYROS
DIRECTIONAL GYRO C.L.11. PART No.19331-0M SERIAL No.395/62 MADE IN ENGLAND BY SPERRY GYROSCOPE BRACKNELL BERKS DIRECTIONAL CONTROL TYPE J-4 GYRO MAGNETIC AIRCRAFT SPEC. MIL C 5412 MFR ...
Asked on 22 September 2003 by GIULIANO I4VGG
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use of gyroscope in a missile
need information on these topics, require ur assistance.thanks 1. what type of a gyro do we use in a missile? 2. how does it calculate the position of the missile with respect to the target? ...
Asked on 18 September 2003 by vishwas karma
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regarding gyroscopic couple
How do you analyse the direction of the active and reactive gyroscopic couple. I would like to know the answer by starting from the exact basics of what is gyroscopic couple etc.
Asked on 17 September 2003 by Ameya Soparkar
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Large Gyro Saftey
Hi, I know some people building a very large gyro. It has two spinning rings, a 9 ft. diameter ring with an 8 ft. diameter ring inside it. They are made of 6 inch schedule 40 steel tubing, so very h ...
Asked on 8 September 2003 by Pat Wickline
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gyro MK 12-1
I found an old wooden box in basement. It has a something in it called a MK 12-1 Gyro Can you forward me any information? Is it worth anything? It's pretty cool looking ..thanks!
Asked on 6 September 2003 by Guy Ruggiero
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Applying gyroscopes
I have an idea that a bicycle, especially a training bicycle, could be fitted with a gyroscope of some sort to help stabilize both bike and rider while the biker would "get the hang" of balancing hims ...
Asked on 3 September 2003 by Jim Sylvester
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GYROSCOPE
I HAVE TO MUCH GYROS AND I AM LOOKING FOR THE ELECTRIC SCHEMA FOR TO EXPERIMENT .I HAVE THE 3 PHASE 400 HZ GENERATOR.CAN YOU HELP ME? I4VGG GIULIANO
Asked on 2 September 2003 by GIULIANO
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German WW2 Torpedo Gyro
Hi, Wondering if anyone can point me to where I can find information on German WW2 period (pre-WW2?) torpedo gyros. I'm specifically after the G7a T1 (21") torpedo gyro. Any pointers would be gre ...
Asked on 27 August 2003 by Andrew Gee
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how is a gyroscope made north seeking?
hi everyone, i'd like to know how a gyroscope is made north seeking for use in a gyro compass. now i know about the rigidity in space n precession... as in, what they are n what they mean with ref. to ...
Asked on 8 August 2003 by suds
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Electric power consumption...
Could someone tell me the electric power consumption(watt) of a gyroscope? I think of the gyroscopes in a robot, maybe someone knows a source where technical details are listed. Thank you :)
Asked on 4 August 2003 by Coldmind
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Calculation of the tilting force in gyroscope
how can we calculate the tilting force for a gyro with known inertia and R.P.M. ?
Asked on 8 July 2003 by Shahriar Yazdani
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What is meant by Gyro drift rate?
What is meant by drift rate in gyro?
Asked on 24 April 2003 by Seeniammal
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How to model Errors of RLG
How to model Errors of RLG
Asked on 17 January 2003 by D penchalaiah
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Using gyroscopes in a robot
Hi everybody I need a device to determine my robot's position in all three dimensions and need to know is it parallel to ground.please help me. tnx Puya
Asked on 13 October 2002 by Puya Maleky
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Gyroscope used as a generator
I have read in several places that gyos can be used as electric generators, what i dont see are output estimates. Just how much net power can be produced? Any links to related research would be apprec ...
Asked on 29 October 2001 by Curtis Sumner
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Gyroscopes as alternative for batteries?
I was wondering if anybody knew who to contact about this question. It seems that I've seen the idea posed before for a gyroscope to be used as a battery/alternator. The article I read, which was some ...
Asked on 11 April 2001 by Tim Richards
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