2 edition of theory of the gyroscopic compass and its deviations. found in the catalog.
theory of the gyroscopic compass and its deviations.
Arthur Lionel Rawlings
|Other titles||Gyroscopic compass.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||44004247|
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Theory of the gyroscopic compass and its deviations. New York, The Macmillan Co., (OCoLC) Online version: Rawlings, A.L. (Arthur Lionel). Theory of the gyroscopic compass and its deviations.
New York, The Macmillan Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A L Rawlings. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rawlings, A.L. (Arthur Lionel). Theory of the gyroscopic compass and its deviations. London: Macmillan, The gyroscopic compass: a non-mathematical treatment / (London: Constable, ), by Thomas Wightman Chalmers (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) The theory of the gyroscopic compass and its deviations.
(New York, The Macmillan company, ), by A. Rawlings (page images at HathiTrust). Examples of devices for gyroscopic navigation and an observation device with a built-in gyroscope are provided.
Finally, new challenges for gyroscopes are. Rawlings, The Theory of the Gyroscopic Compass and its Deviations, 2nd ed. (Macmillan, New York, ). Google Scholar; 3.
Gyroscopes: Theory and Design with Applications to Instrumentation, Guidance, and Control, edited by P. Savet (McGraw-Hill, New York, ). The eleven authors of this book participated for a considerable number Cited by: 1. Gyrocompass, navigational instrument on ships and submarines which makes use of a continuously driven gyroscope to accurately seek the direction of true (geographic) north.
It operates by seeking an equilibrium direction under the combined effects of the force of gravity and the daily rotation of Earth. Angular momentum is a vector quantity. It is derivable from the expression for the angular momentum of a particle Gyrocompass A gyrocompass is a type of non-magnetic compass which is based on a fast-spinning disc and rotation of the Earth (or another planetary body if used elsewhere in the universe) to automatically find geographical direction.
The chapters composing this book originally appeared as a series of articles in The Engineer during January, February, and March of the current year. The articles were written in the belief that many readers would welcome a clear and full, non-mathematical exposition of the gyroscopic compass, its theory and practical construction.
THE THEORY OF A GYROCOMPASS (K TEORII GIROKOMPASOV) PMM Vol No.5, pp. S17 V.N. KOSHLIAKOV (Moscow) (Received 2 June ) In this paper the author investigates the equations of the perturbed motion of a gyrocompass with two rotors, which does not have the pro- perties of the space (free) gyrocompass of : V.N.
Koshliakov. A magnetic compass like the one created on the previous page has several problems when used on moving platforms like ships and airplanes.
It must be level, and it tends to correct itself rather slowly when the platform turns. Because of this tendency, most ships and airplanes use gyroscopic compasses instead. This book was written as a response to a lack of publications offering easily understandable information on gyroscopes.
This book aims to fill the gap between dictionary definitions and the all too often highly mathematical books on gyroscopes. With the aid of illustrations you will be shown the principles of gyroscopes including precession and nutation, where and how gyroscopes.
In particular, the following gyroscope-type devices are considered: the directional gyroscope, the gyroscopic vertical, the stabilized gyroscopic platform, the laser gyroscope, the fiber-optic gyroscope, the piezoelectric gyroscope, the fork gyroscope, and the microgyroscope with a spinning disk and with a vibrating : Jan Awrejcewicz, Zbigniew Koruba.
Requirements for the guidance and control of ships, aircraft, spacecraft, submarines, and missiles have made development of the gyroscope—the spinning top—an important technology. This book provides the engineer, the navigator, and the student with theory and practical knowledge of how these instruments are made and how they function.
A self-contained text, the book starts from. Magnetic compass deviation and correction: A manual of the theory of the deviations and mechanical correction of magnetic compasses in ships [W.
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For a limited time only I will be offering both versions of the Gyroscopic Force Theory at cost. I hope this will allow for and encourage a small group of readers to peruse and read the book and provide an unflinching critique of its content. Gyroscopic instruments, a convenience for VFR flight, are an absolute necessity for IFR flight and provide a direct indication of an aircraft's attitude.
Every aircraft is equipped with three gyroscopic instruments and comprise the attitude indicator, heading indicator, and turn coordinator. Full text of "Gyroscopic Theory Design And Instrumentation" See other formats.
The gyrocompass’s (slaved gyro’s) function is based upon the following phenomena: 1. Gyroscopic inertia: the gyro’s conservation of angular momentum (i.e., natural resistance to change in orientation with regard to its inertial frame of reference).
Gyroscopic precession: the gyro’s measured deviation in local frame of reference to the gyro’s fixed frame of reference. Gyroscopes Couple Introduction Whilst Gyroscopes are used extensively in aircraft instrumentation and have been utilised in monorail trains, the everyday impact of gyroscopic forces on our lives is unappreciated and significant.
The simple example.In Foucault used a gyroscope to demonstrate the Earth's rotation. The gyroscope wheel is in a double-axed gimbal mount, so that the force of gravity acts on the wheel's center of mass, and no torque is acting on the wheel.
Without torque to change its direction of motion a spinning gyroscope wheel will remain pointing in the same direction.GRAY, A.: A Treatise on Gyrostatics and Rotational Motion, Theory and Applications, London: Macmillan The Theory of the Gyroscopic Compass and its Deviations, 2d edition, New York: Macmillan Google Scholar  DAVIDSON, M., ed.: The Gyroscope and its Applications, London: Hutchinson’s Scientific and Technical Publications Cited by: 2.