Physics of Riding a Bicycle with no Hands

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Title
Physics of Riding a Bicycle with no Hands
Alternative Title
Physik des Freihändigfahrens mit einem Fahrrad
Title of Series
Number of Parts
62
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License
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IWF Signature
C 14849
Publisher
Release Date
2004
Language
English
Producer
IWF (Göttingen)
Production Year
2003

Technical Metadata

IWF Technical Data
Video-Clip ; F, 1 min 2 sec

Content Metadata

Subject Area
Abstract
The small model of a bicycle is used to demonstrate the importance of precession for riding a bicycle with no hands.
Keywords mechanics rotational motion top precession bicycle
IWF Classification physics mechanics
Bicycle Bicycle Computer animation Particle physics
Weather front Bicycle Computer animation Steering wheel Precession Disc brake
Meeting/Interview
Bicycle Computer animation Steering wheel Precession
Computer animation Video Meeting/Interview Pohl, Robert Wichard Electric power distribution Particle physics
the physics of riding the bicycle with no hands will be demonstrated the Tory
monkey sits on a bicycle its wheels are accelerated by pressing them against a
rotating disk when the bicycle is tilted slightly to the right by precession the front wheel rotates to the right similarly the front wheel rotates to the
left when the bicyclist tilted to the left this is shown a number of times
the
now the wheels are again accelerated and then it shown how the bicycle is guided by precession through the lecture hall
without tipping over
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