Tuesday 5 March 2019

Recent investigations in gyroscope effects have demonstrated that their origin has more complex nature that represented in known publications. On a gyroscope are acting simultaneously and interdependently eight inertial torques around two axes. These torques are generated by the centrifugal, common inertial and Coriolis forces as well as the change in the angular momentum of the masses of the spinning rotor. The action of these forces manifests the inertial resistance and precession torques on any rotating objects. New mathematical models for the inertial torques acting on the spinning rotor demonstrate fundamentally different approaches for solving of gyroscope problems in engineering. This is the very important result because the stubborn tendency in engineering is expressed by the increasing of a velocity of rotating objects. The numerous designs of the movable machines and mechanisms contain spinning components like turbines, rotors, discs and others lead to the proportional increase of the magnitudes of inertial forces that are forming their processes of work. This work considers the inertial torques acting on the on a rotor of an electric railway carriage rounding a curve, which expresses the gyroscopic effects.


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