Threads Tagged with centrifugal Thread / Thread Starter Last Post Replies Views Hi guys. I was reading a paper in which a calculation was done to show that in Schwarzschild space-time, if we... Mar10-14 09:06 PM PeterDonis 31 963 Special & General Relativity Two coins are on a turntable that steadily speeds up, starting from rest, with a ccw rotation. Which coin flies off... Mar9-14 09:41 PM alingy1 2 110 Introductory Physics Homework Hi, I have been pondering on this - what is the energy required to move a point mass m0 from a radial position... Mar2-14 08:39 AM Sunfire 11 419 Special & General Relativity 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The 9.75 in. impeller option of the Taco Model 4013 F1... Feb28-14 01:32 PM Maylis 8 166 Engineering, Comp Sci, & Technology Homework I believe it is correct that if you spin up an object in space, like a space ship, it will continue spinning... Jan20-14 01:44 PM pikpobedy 3 289 General Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data There is a fixed coordinate system and a rotating one.... Dec26-13 02:47 AM PeroK 10 574 Introductory Physics Homework We all know that the Centrifugal force is not a real force.However,we can use it mathematically. This Wikipedia... Dec25-13 10:38 PM DaleSpam 10 635 General Physics According to the wikipedia page, when given an angular velocity, centrifugal force increases with radius. I always... Dec14-13 04:38 AM Lsos 5 447 Classical Physics The problem asks me to find the density of gas in a cylinder of radius R and length l rotating about its axis with... Nov2-13 08:11 PM mfb 4 430 Advanced Physics Homework Maybe I need to take a little break from my studies but I'm not getting this at all. At the risk of looking really... Nov2-13 01:26 AM Simon Bridge 5 554 Introductory Physics Homework I've got a weekly physics assignment, and I've been racking my brain on it. Any input on the accuracy of my response,... Oct21-13 07:16 PM Bryson 2 601 Introductory Physics Homework 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 13. Why does the water in a washing machine escape... Sep26-13 05:23 PM rude man 4 435 Introductory Physics Homework How fast would a hollow cylindrical object seven miles in diameter need to spin to maintain earth gravity on the... Aug1-13 12:53 PM jfizzix 6 875 Science Fiction Writing 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The pump characteristic curve of a centrifugal pump... Jul20-13 01:38 PM Michael V 0 203 Engineering, Comp Sci, & Technology Homework I'm having a debate with a good friend and we haven't come to agreed yet. I'm very sure, yes, we will jump higher.... May28-13 08:04 PM Danger 12 1,381 General Physics There is a grass planted in a container which spins. Will the grass grow from the center of the container or will it... May22-13 10:37 AM mfb 1 273 Introductory Physics Homework The centrifugal force is $$\Omega\times r\times \Omega$$ I paper I am reading then writes it as... Apr30-13 01:23 AM D H 2 305 Advanced Physics Homework I am building a jet boat as a project this year. I am going construct the impeller my self but don't know what... Apr17-13 03:25 AM CWatters 4 621 Classical Physics Hi, I have this problem that I'm trying to solve and it has been a few years since I've taken Physics. I want to know... Mar27-13 08:36 PM jpman90 13 857 Classical Physics In this video, I would like to know why the operator of the centrifugal pump had to fill the pump with water first? ... Mar23-13 08:44 AM Jobrag 1 236 Introductory Physics Homework Hi, i have a curve g:->IRē with g(t)=(x(t),y(t)) in a homogenous gravitational field and i want to look at a ball... Mar13-13 09:03 PM rcgldr 1 546 Classical Physics Mod note: This thread on the reactive centrifugal force was split from this thread on the (fictitious) centrifugal... Feb12-13 01:13 PM DaleSpam 146 5,808 Classical Physics What exactly is centrifugal force ( 1 2 3 ... Last) I think that there is no such thing as centrifugal force . Am I right ? is this force fictitious ? Feb2-13 07:29 PM stevendaryl 128 6,394 Classical Physics This may seem like a very simple question but given my lack of knowledge in the area, I'm stumped: If we have a... Feb1-13 09:45 AM enzi 2 258 General Physics Hi, Doing a quick scan of wikipedia, a radius of 22m going at 10 RPM would produce 1g in gravity on the edge. ... Jan4-13 03:29 AM Borek 10 982 General Physics In lecture 5 of MIT's OCW 8.01 , Prof. Lewin says that when you're in in uniform circular motion, the perceived... Dec23-12 05:06 PM autodidude 4 985 General Physics I swing an accelerometer around my head with a constant relative speed of v and a radius of r. I want the exact... Dec23-12 10:59 AM grav-universe 2 517 Special & General Relativity Hello everyone. I am working on a VTOL RC craft that I hope will work. I was planning on using a centrifugal fan... Dec21-12 01:30 PM blainiac 2 876 Classical Physics Hello, the problem I am working on is: "A puck of mass m = 51.0 g is attached to a taut cord passing through a... Dec13-12 06:22 PM rcgldr 9 859 Introductory Physics Homework I'm learning about mechanics in noninertial frames and I'd like to clarify the apparent centrifugal force. To set... Nov25-12 01:41 PM K^2 1 584 Classical Physics Take half torus with solid part of density 1, other half torus with liquid of density 1. The torus turn at W rd/s... Nov19-12 02:04 PM Gh778 33 1,880 Classical Physics In physics today, my teacher told me that Centrifugal force is a fake force? Is this true? What exactly is Centrifugal... Nov7-12 04:59 PM rcgldr 5 1,130 General Physics Hi, thank you for reading this topic. This is something that really bothers me...First of all let me say that I... Oct18-12 04:09 PM Studiot 8 3,156 Classical Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The friction coefficient between the tires and the road... Oct16-12 05:18 PM PeterO 10 1,333 Introductory Physics Homework Hi, I do quite alot of sailing, and I have recently noticed that when sailing boats make a sharp turn, they heel... Sep6-12 12:53 PM d3mm 43 3,194 General Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The first problem I am having trouble with is as... Sep5-12 01:32 PM vela 11 857 Introductory Physics Homework Imagine a person weighing 99kg stands on a bathroom scale. He reads 99kg. That same person then grabs a ball attached... Aug7-12 10:11 AM evowerks 26 2,012 General Physics hi i found the following equation that a spring(with constant k) , a mass m rotating with angular velocity ω, will... Jun6-12 02:15 PM Gavroy 2 757 Classical Physics Dear Friends, Francis turbine and centrifugal pump has got the same (reverse ofcourse) technologies rt. Have they... May24-12 07:16 PM 256bits 4 1,493 Mechanical Engineering This should be an easy one but here goes... I am trying to easily measure flow rate in a pipe which has an in line... May21-12 09:58 AM Jobrag 1 934 General Physics