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Definition of the noun gyrostat
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noun - plural: gyrostats
- A gyroscope fixed within a rigid case
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with Applications in Oceanography and Condensed Matter Physics by FITZMAURICE, GURARIE, MCCAUGHAN, WOYCZYNSKI
The Volterra gyrostat. A gyrostat is a mechanical system composed of bodies, whose relative motions cannot alter the mass distribution of the system, such as a solid with a cavity filled by homogeneous fluid or a system of two bodies: a ...
by William Thomson, Baron, Sir Joseph Larmor
A GYROSTAT is a rapidly rotating fly-wheel, frictionlessly pivoted on a stiff moveable framework or containing case. A symmetrical gyrostat is one in which not only the fly-wheel but the case is kinetically symmetrical round the axis of rotation of ...
by John E. Hurtado
A gyrostat is a rigid body (Body 1) that contains a spinning wheel (Body 2). If the external rigid body can undergo general tumbling motion, then this system has four degrees of freedom, which are the orientation of the rigid body and the attitude ...
Department of General Mechanics, Course Held in Dubrovnik, September 1971 by Robert Roberson, Pierre Willems, Jens Wittenburg
The Free Gyrostat The gyrostat is a relatively obvious. 42 Robert E. Roberson.
by Robert E. Roberson, Richard Schwertassek
The Gyrostat A gyrostat is a rigid body containing an internal source of angular momentum which does not affect the mass geometry of the ...
Rigid Body Mechanics (2008)
Mathematics, Physics and Applications by William B. Heard
A gyrostat is a rigid body B, called the platform, to which there are attached axi-symmetric rotors. The gyrostat is not a rigid body but rather a ...
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature, to which is Added Biographies of Living Subjects
The gyrostat is a modification of the gyroscope, devised by Sir William Thompson , which has been used by him as well as by Professor Tait for a number of years to illustrate the dynamics of rotating rigid bodies. It consists essentially of a ...
Compiled and Revised to Date from the Leading Encyclopedias of the World. A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature, to which is Added Biographies of Living Subjects, One Hundred Colored Maps and Numerous Illustrations
The gyrostat is a modification of the gyroscope, devised by Sir William Thompson , which has been used by him as well as by Professor Tait for a number of ło. to illustrate the dynamics of rotating rigid bodies. t consists essentially on a fly- wheel ...
Being Part II of a Treatise on the Whole Subject by Edward John Routh
A gyrostat is a rapidly rotating fly wheel, angular velocity.
by Robert Splinter
Gyrostat. [fluid dynamics] Rotating and moving solid within a fluid environment, generally closed system. Examples can be found in the following: bicycles, flywheels and spherical dampers (satellite; Note: has dual spin), helicopters ( main rotor ...
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA (1889)
Dictionary of Aviation (1911)
by Robert Morris Pierce
gyrostat 'd3ai-za,staet n. a device consisting ordinarily of a rapidly rotating flyswheel pivoted as finely as possible within a rigid case, ...
Based Upon the Unabridged Dictionary of Noah Webster : with a Reference Library and Treasury of Facts by Noah Webster, Harry Thurston Peck
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by Paul Lowe,
Gyrostat.—A fly wheel whose revolving motion is gyrostatic. A fly wheel having a considerable movement of mass, properly mounted upon pivots within a case and readily transportable, for the purpose of indicating the resistance offered by ...
by Chris Aldrich
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by Bertrand Arthur William Russell
If you give a savage a box containing a gyrostat ...
by Random House
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The value of this 8-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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