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Asked by: vamsi
Subject: dynamics of machinery
Question: differentiate between natural andforced precission
Date: 9 August 2015
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Answer: Glenn Turner - 19/03/2016 13:00:38
 Precession occurs because of an external force. Natural precession is just gravity that is causing the precession. Forced precession is precession occurring because of some other torque being applied. E.g from a stepper motor or a person pushing the gyroscope.

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