Coriolis effect

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(physics) an effect whereby a body moving in a rotating frame of reference experiences the Coriolis force acting perpendicular to the direction of motion and to the axis of rotation

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The researchers studied different arrangements of nanotubes and the effects of Coriolis forces on the frequency of circular shells.
One of the main purposes of the present work is to see the effects of inertia, centripetal and Coriolis forces on the dynamic response.
4, the effect of the constant force corresponding to F = Mg, the mass load involving inertia force and the mass load with inertia force plus centripetal and Coriolis forces have been presented in separate curves in each figure.
In this case, the effects of centripetal forces and Coriolis forces, curvature become much more important for the behavior of the bridge and must be inserted into the analysis.
One of the main objectives of the present work is to show and compare the effects of constant force (Mg), inertial forces, centripetal and Coriolis forces on the vibration of the beam in case of straight and slightly curved bridge (convex bridge).
Microcosm has increased the functionality of this unique macro-model extraction capability by including both electrostatic spring softening effects and coriolis forces.
When the phone's orientation changes, that vibrating plate gets pushed around by the Coriolis forces that affect objects in motion when they rotate.