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C. Teunissen
This web site contains media-illustrated articles on various physical phenomena related to the Coriolis effect. Almost all of the articles are illustrated with animations and java…

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D. Meredith
This page contains step-by-step tutorials and guided inquiry activities that are designed to help students discover physical properties and concepts by developing understanding from…

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R. Matthews; Publisher: Wake Forest University
This video demonstrates conservation of angular momentum. When a person on a rotatable platform (initially at rest) tilts the axis of a rotating bicycle wheel, conservation of…

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S. Reddy
This applet illustrates both conservation of energy and circular motion. A roller coaster car starts on top of a hill, falls through a valley and travels over second hill, then goes…

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P. Tesler, P. Doherty, and N. Wanner
This site analyzes the physics of skateboarding in great detail. It goes into many different 'tricks' and the effect of materials and design on the behavior of the skateboard.

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T. Henderson
This page features an animated image and a discussion of the forces involved in going through a looping coaster.

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T. Dray; Publisher: Paradigms in Physics Program
This kinesthetic activity is designed to help upper division undergraduate students visualize and experience the effect of rotational acceleration. Students play catch on a…

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T. Dray; Publisher: Paradigms in Physics Program
This computer visualization activity is designed to help upper division undergraduate students visualize straight lines in a rotating frame. Students use Maple or Mathematica to…

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E. Minot; Publisher: Paradigms in Physics Program
This kinesthetic activity is designed to help upper division undergraduate students visualize “straight” lines on a rotating object. Students work in pairs and attempt to draw…

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R. Allain
This blog post includes a Tracker video analysis of a Star Wars VII trailer scene showing a rolling droid. The goal is to estimate the droid's rotational and linear speeds. A…

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