Contrarily, for large loading strip lengths, the inertial forces of moving system greatly affect the dynamic behavior of the bridge, especially with the contributions arising from Coriolis acceleration
and centripetal acceleration (Table 1); as a consequence, the maximum amplification is observed in the high range of speeds.
In the under-ice lake circulation, inertial, advective and frictional forces are small, and therefore the Coriolis acceleration
becomes an important factor in balancing the pressure gradient.
AdWiMo considers every major aspect of turbine design including tower, blades, hub, mainframe, gearbox housing, bearings, transmission, controls (generator, pitch, yaw), aerodynamic and centrifugal forces, coriolis acceleration
, gyroscopic moments, point loads, gravity, thermal loads, and wave loads from 3rd parties.
The vibration produces a Coriolis acceleration
on the fluid flowing through them as well as an opposing Coriolis force because of the opposite direction of the fluid velocity in different portions of the tube of tubes.
23) correspond to the centrifugal and Coriolis accelerations
The second and third terms on the right side of Eq (3) correspond to the centrifugal and Coriolis accelerations
The elements of the model dynamics were known from the field study: We knew that topographic and Coriolis accelerations
(an effect of Earth's rotation that accelerates moving ocean water to the right in the Northern Hemisphere and to the left in the Southern Hemisphere) were essential, and we had evidence that mixing occurred primarily in response to strong currents.