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Moment of Inertia or Rotational Inertia

Moment of Inertia: introduces the concept of rotational inertia or moment of inertia. There are almost 200 videos of ap physics topics at http://www.apphysic...

Rotational Inertia: Balancing a Weighted Stick

Part of NCSSM Online Phyics Collection: This video deals with Concept of Rotational Inertia it's effect on stability. http://www.dlt.ncssm.edu Please attribu...

AP Physics C - Moment of Inertia

A brief introduction to moment of inertia (rotational inertia) for calculus-based physics students. For more information or help, check out http://APlusPhysi...

Rotational Inertia: The Race Between a Ring and a Disc

Part of NCSSM Online Physics Collection: This video deals with Rotational Inertia. http://www.dlt.ncssm.edu Please attribute this work as being created by th...

Rotational Inertia

Science Help at Brightstorm! http://brightstorm.com/science Understanding rotational inertia.

Moment of Inertia Explained

Explanation of the moment of inertia and rotational motion By James Dann, Ph.D., People's Physics Book, for ck12.org CC-BY-NC-SA.

Doc Physics - Moment of Inertia Definition (Rotational Inertia)

The Professor - Rotational Inertia and Gyroscopic Bicycle Wheels

Professor Julius Sumner Miller demonstrates the gyroscopic properties of a bicycle wheel.

Rotational Inertia - Coffee Can Race

Rotational Inertia Demonstration - which is faster?

Angular momentum = Omega x Inertia where Inertia = mR^2 Omega= Angular Velocity.

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Gizmodo India
Mon, 24 Mar 2014 23:30:08 -0700

In addition, a real coaster is not a point mass, so there is rotational inertia to consider. The coaster is also many cars long, so not all parts of the car are riding on the same radius. For instance, after cresting over the top and on the way down ...
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