I am trying to understand theory behind the Gyroscope. I found this article that explains things in much detail. But I am unable to understand how that perpendicular acceleration components (a1, a2) ...
According to the definition of angular momentum: Angular momentum, moment of momentum, or rotational momentum is a vector quantity that represents the product of a body's rotational inertia and ...
Say: I have a gyroscope that is spinning in the xy plane along the z axis. I then roll its spinning axis by some angle theta Now I know the gyroscope will resist my attempting to change its axis ...
Equation that tells me the rpm and mass of a spinning disk needed to keep a second large mass stable using gyroscopic effects
I am trying to figure out how large of a mass and how quickly I need to spin said mass to keep a two-wheeled robot stable. Ideally, I am looking for a formula that relates m1=mass of robot, m2=mass of ...