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Theory of gyroscopic effects for rotating objects

Author(s): Ryspek Usubamatov

Gyroscopic effects started to study at the beginning of the eighteenth century, which analytical models did not match with practices. The famous scientists of those times could not solve gyroscopic effects in principle, because the physical terms of the kinetic and potential energy were developed one century later. The recent research demonstrated the physics of the gyroscopic effects are many times harder than represented in known theories. This problem has solved by a new analytical
approach constituted on the principle of the kinetic energy conservation law for rotating objects. The gyroscopic effects are the result of the action of the system of eight interrelated inertial torques and the dependency of the angular velocities of the spinning objects around axes of rotation. The inertial torques generated by the centrifugal, common inertial, Coriolis forces, as well as the change in the angular momentum of the rotating mass. All types of inertia torque of rotating objects depend on their geometry that can be presented by the sphere, cone, paraboloid, ellipsoid, propeller, etc.