Arcanorium CollegeCollege News and Views

Monday, 22 February 2021 17:06

Equation 3 and 4

Equations 3 and 4

Some commentators have described Centrifugal Forces as ‘fictitious’ or even non-existent forces. Stationary observers do not observe centrifugal forces, but in the reference frame of moving observers, centrifugal forces become very real.

If one observer spins a second (smaller!) observer around in a basket on the end of a rope, the stationary observer must exert a centripetal pull on the rope. The spun observer will feel a centrifugal push into the basket. The two equal and opposite forces balance but only one of them exists in each of the observer’s reference frames.

Equations 3 and 4 show the centripetal aspect of the balanced forces that maintain the orbits of structures around the inside of hyperspheres. Equation 4 provides a simple method of calculating antipode length L from acceleration A, or vice versa, and it also plays a part in the derivation of the Redshift - Distance Equation 6.

For the equal and opposite complimentary centrifugal force see equation 5.

Read 427 times Last modified on Tuesday, 23 February 2021 22:07
More in this category: « Equation 5 Equation 2 »
  • Arcanorium College - Department of Science. +

    The Arcanorium College Department of Science, Research and Collaboration Facility.   ‘Nobody understands Quantum Physics’, as Richard Feynman observed, and Read More
  • Arcanorium College - Department of Magic. +

    The Arcanorium College Department of Magic, Degree in Magic. Few if any academic institutions in the known universe recognise the Read More
  • Arcanorium College +

    Arcanorium College Interroga Omnia – Question all things. Arcanorium College consists of a Natural Philosophy Faculty with two Departments: - The Department Read More
  • 1