The use of an S-shaped rotor makes it possible to reduce the braking effect of the Coriolis force.
An internal propulsion apparatus of a closed system utilizing the Coriolis force is provided to generate locomotion without external force.
Control of the position of the ring and detection of the coriolis force occurring are achieved by means of the voltages applied to the electrodes.
The reactor systems (5, 7-10, 13, 15) are controlled by a control system (25) subject to the measured Coriolis force.
In an example embodiment one stage utilizes Coriolis force in a narrow, radial passage (60) for concentrating and agglomerating particles.
The present invention relates to a force modulating apparatus, more specifically to an apparatus for minimising and/or cancelling forces such as the Coriolis, gravitational and centrifugal forces, thus simulating outer space conditions.
Preferably, the metering system comprises a coriolis mass flow meter and a controller for controlling its operation.
The flying vehicles and water transport are the most appropriate fields of application of the Coriolis propeller.
The Coriolis propeller is designed to convert the rotational movement of an assembly engine into a linear force for translationally moving said assembly.
In this way, when a force (T) causing the second vibratory element (16) to rotate around the supporting axis (O-O), the second vibratory element (16) is displaced in the vertical direction (Z-Z) by the Corioli's force.
The ion jet streams will be diverted by operation of the Coriolis effect and the differences in the amount of each ion jet stream impinging on the detectors is an indication of rotational motion and linear acceleration.