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  • ''For the psychophysical perception, see [[Coriolis effect]].'' ...ight|200px|Wind driven by a pressure gradient is deflected by the Coriolis force, most at the poles and changing sign when crossing the equator.}}
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  • <noinclude>{{Subpages}}</noinclude>An [[inertial force]] upon a moving object that is perpendicular to its velocity as that is se
    201 B (33 words) - 20:33, 27 February 2011
  • *{{cite web |title=Coriolis force |publisher=Department of Atmospheric Sciences: University of Illinois |wor *{{cite journal |title=How do we understand the Coriolis force? |author= Anders Persson |url=http://www.aos.princeton.edu/WWWPUBLIC/gkv/h
    678 B (97 words) - 23:26, 18 March 2011
  • {{r|Inertial forces}} {{r|Centrifugal force}}
    957 B (150 words) - 15:17, 21 March 2011

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  • ''For the inertial force in a rotating frame, see [[Coriolis force]].'' ...ysical perception]], the '''Coriolis effect''', also referred to as the '''Coriolis illusion''', is a form of disorientational distress that can lead to nause
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  • ''For the psychophysical perception, see [[Coriolis effect]].'' ...ight|200px|Wind driven by a pressure gradient is deflected by the Coriolis force, most at the poles and changing sign when crossing the equator.}}
    31 KB (5,042 words) - 16:50, 26 September 2011
  • {{rpl|Gustave-Gaspard Coriolis}} {{rpl|Coriolis effect}}
    92 B (10 words) - 07:44, 25 September 2013
  • ...ect to two forces: the tension in the wire '''''F<sub>T</sub>''''' and the force of gravity '''''F<sub>g</sub>'''''.}} ...of its swing it moves rapidly, and is subject to considerable centrifugal force. Consequently, the tension in the wire varies appreciably if the swing has
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  • ...ch physicist best known for the description of one of the three [[inertial force]]s that a body experiences when viewed from a moving [[Frame of reference G. Coriolis, ''Mémoire sur les équations du mouvement relatif des systèmes de corps
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  • {{r|Centrifugal force}} {{r|Centripetal force}}
    989 B (155 words) - 14:56, 22 March 2011
  • {{r|Inertial forces}} {{r|Centripetal force}}
    943 B (148 words) - 22:02, 5 March 2011
  • {{r|Coriolis force}} {{r|Centrifugal force}}
    918 B (145 words) - 17:13, 5 March 2011
  • ...ysicist best known for the [[inertial force]] called after him ([[Coriolis force]]).
    179 B (20 words) - 15:10, 22 March 2011
  • '''Inertial forces''' are forces introduced to enable the use of laws of motion (whether [[Classical mecha ...ecognized in an inertial frame, and have real consequences just like other forces.
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  • ...ial frame because the nuclei are assumed not to be accelerated by external forces or torques. The origin of the frame is arbitrary, it is usually position ...orce]]s: [[centrifugal force|centrifugal]] and [[Coriolis effect|Coriolis force]] appear in the kinetic energy.
    31 KB (4,757 words) - 07:20, 27 October 2013
  • *{{cite web |title=Coriolis force |publisher=Department of Atmospheric Sciences: University of Illinois |wor *{{cite journal |title=How do we understand the Coriolis force? |author= Anders Persson |url=http://www.aos.princeton.edu/WWWPUBLIC/gkv/h
    678 B (97 words) - 23:26, 18 March 2011
  • {{r|Centrifugal force}} {{r|Coriolis force}}
    737 B (91 words) - 19:24, 26 September 2011
  • ...orce if it accelerates along the direction of its path, namely the [[Euler force]]. Of course, the body experiencing the centrifugal force is unaware that its path is curved; the observation of a curved path is ma
    26 KB (4,204 words) - 03:33, 29 November 2011
  • ...analytical mechanics''', is the part of physics that deals with motion and forces but within some limitations described hereafter. Its best known formulati ...n the [[hadron]]s and [[lepton]]s) and also for the treatment of [[nuclear force]]s, the [[Standard Model]] of particle physics is required. A full treatme
    27 KB (4,192 words) - 22:33, 19 August 2020
  • ...ification of Classical, Quantum and Relativistic Mechanics and of the Four Forces |author=J X Zheng-Johansson and Per-Ivar Johansson ...e Earth's axis, which introduces an inertial force known as the [[Coriolis force]] (among others).
    29 KB (4,366 words) - 14:10, 26 March 2011
  • {{r|Force}} {{r|Gustave-Gaspard Coriolis}}
    545 B (71 words) - 20:26, 16 March 2010
  • ...are always non-vanishing vibration-rotation coupling terms, the so-called Coriolis terms. Although the rotational and vibrational motions of the nuclei in a ...on-inertial) forces to act on the nuclei. Indeed, centrifugal and Coriolis forces will appear.
    20 KB (3,213 words) - 07:14, 23 February 2010
  • ...sferred to a body when it is moved along a path by a [[force]]. When the force is [[conservative]] (non-dissipative) the work is independent of the path. ...to mean "force", shows that neither work (a form of energy, a scalar) nor force (a vector) were fully grasped concepts at that time.
    17 KB (2,892 words) - 04:00, 27 May 2010
  • ...energy, but does include the factor &frac12; in its definition, following Coriolis.</ref> The virial (from the Latin ''vis'', force) is defined by
    7 KB (1,257 words) - 08:23, 24 March 2010

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