Date: Fri Feb 16 13:12:15 2007

Author: Krishna Chowdary

Subject: Re: Rotational Inertia Demos

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On 2/16/07, Douglas Johnson wrote:
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> I have a visiting professor that wants some rotational inertia
> demos. Other than using rolling objects down an incline and the
> rotational inertia rods, are there any other neat demos out there in
> Tap-L land I could use? ....Doug J.
>

Love the Hoberman Sphere.

See http://hoberman.com/fold/Sphere/spheres_choice.htm, lots of different
vendors out there, can probably get from local toy store.


--
regards
-Krishna

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On 2/16/07, Douglas Johnson wrote:
I have a visiting professor that wants some rotational inertiademos. Other than using rolling objects down an incline and therotational inertia rods, are there any other neat demos out there inTap-L land I could use? ....Doug J.
Love the Hoberman Sphere.

See http://hoberman.com/fold/Sphere/spheres_choice.htm, lots of
different vendors out there, can probably get from local toy store.
-- regards-Krishna


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