|Nov28-10, 03:33 PM||#1|
Finding a good explination of the physics of rollercoasters
So I was helping my friend with some homework when I realized that his book didn't have any good examples of the rollercoaster loop problem about showing the differences between linear and rotational kinetic energy.
So I was wondering, does anyone know any good websitel, besides this one lol, that goes into detail about explaining how the forces change, rotational kinentic energy, and kinetic energy change as you go around the loop of a roller coaster?
Thanks a bunch,
|Nov29-10, 12:37 PM||#2|
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