REFERENCES

REFERENCES SECTION D

D1: ROTATIONAL KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS

D1-01: STROBOSCOPE AND FAN
Joseph S. Chalmers, A linear/rotational motion exercise with a tape deck counter, TPT 40, 394-395 (2002).

D1-02: PELLET VELOCITY FROM ROTATING DISCS
None.

D1-03: VELOCITY WHEEL
Velocity wheel - the determination of the velocity as a function of time, and the acceleration, from a University of Maryland laboratory description.

D1-11: CYCLOID - LIGHT BULB ON WHEEL
Peter L. Tea, Jr, On seeing instantaneous centers of velocity, AJP 58, 495-497 (1990).
Tim Pritchett, Raymond C. Nelson, Timothy J. Creamer, and Bruce G. Oldaker, Does an Ideal Wheel Really Rotate About its Instantaneous Point of Contact?, TPT 36, 167-170 (1998).

D1-12: ADDITION OF ANGULAR VELOCITY
None.

D1-21: ANGULAR VELOCITY - OBERBECK CROSS
Lecture Demonstration Model Photograph.

D1-30: TRAJECTORY FROM CIRCULAR ORBIT - OVERHEAD PROJECTOR
Jonathan Mitschele, A New Use for an Old Pickle Bucket, TPT 32,252-253 (1994)
Harry Rheam, Tricks of the Trade: Centripetal Force on an Overhead Projector - with a petri dish, TPT 33, 182 (1995).

D1-31: TRAJECTORY FROM SPIRAL
Michael McCloskey, Intuitive Physics, Scientific American Volume 248 # 4, April 1983, pp. 122-130.
Sutton, Demonstration Experiments on Physics, Demonstration M-137. Centrifugal Force vs. Centripetal Force.

D1-32: TRAJECTORY FROM CIRCULAR ORBIT
Jonathan Mitschele, A New Use for an Old Pickle Bucket, TPT 32, 252-253 (1994).
Harry Rheam, Tricks of the Trade: Centripetal Force on an Overhead Projector, TPT 33, 182 (1995).

D1-33: ROTATING MASS ON STRING
"JWB", Centripetal-Centrifugal Force Again, TPT 3, 173-174 (1965).
Herman Erlichson, Motive force and centripetal force in Newton's mechanics, AJP 59, 842-849 (1991).
Kaye M. Elsner, Visualizing Centripetal Force, TPT 32, 176-177 (1994).
K. R. Brownstein, A simple derivation of centripetal acceleration, AJP 62, 946 (1994).

D1-34: ROTATING MASS ON SPRING
None.

D1-35: CENTRIPETAL FORCE - ROTATING MASS
Mildred Allen, The Stability of Centripetal Force Apparatus, AJP 15, 470-473, (1947).
Samuel Jacobs, New Derivations of a = v^2/r, TPT 16, 169-170, (1978).
Robert P. Bauman, What is Centripetal Force?, TPT 18, 527-529, (1980).
Alex Fogel, Apparatus for Teaching Physics: Building a "no-cost" apparatus to demonstrate rotational inertia, TPT 22, 333 (1984).
Joe Bunn and Jay Smith, Apparatus for Teaching Physics: Measure Centripetal Force for Under $3, TPT 32, 380-381 (1994).
Charles Henderson, Measuring the Forces Required foir Circular Motion, TPT 36, 118-121 (1998).
Isaac Newton and Richard Conn Henry, Circular motion, AJP 68, 637-639 (2000).
Harvey S. Leff, Acceleration for circular motion, AJP 70, 490-492 (2002).
Niran Charoenkul, David Wheeler, and Chanwit Dejasvanong, The wall of death: Newtons, nerves, and nausea, TPT 37, 533-535 (1999).
T. H. Cooke and J. L. Wood, An algebraic method for solving central force problems, AJP 70, 945-950 (2002).
Ronald Bryan, Some examples of centripetal acceleration, TPT 40, 32-34 (2002).
Peter Ronhovde and Rudy Sirochman, Center of mass correction to an error-prone undergraduate centripetal-force experiment, AJP 71, 185-188 (2003).

D1-36: AIR TABLE - CENTRIPETAL FORCE
None.

D1-37: MUDSLINGER
Frank O. Goodman, Mud thrown from a wheel again, AJP 63, 82-83 (1995).

D1-38: MAGNETSLINGER
Ernest Zebrowski, Jr., On the derivation of the centripetal acceleration formula, TPT 40, 554-555 (2002).

D1-39: PENNY AND COAT HANGER
John Dixon, A Penny for Your Thoughts, TPT 4, 38, (1966).
George W. Ficken, Jr., Putting a Penny "into Orbit," AJP 40, 776 (1972).
Phyllis Salmons, The Penny and the Coat Hanger, TPT 15, 46, (1977).

D1-40:CENTRIPETAL FORCE ON ROTATING RUBBER BAND
None.

D1-41: ROTATING WATER BUCKET

D1-42: ROTATING WATER BUCKET WITH SPONGE
None.

D1-43: INERTIAL FORCES - BALLS IN ROTATING JARS
M. A. Waggoner, Lecture Demonstration Instructions Sheet.
Meiners, Physics Demonstration Experiments, Inertial Forces: Demonstration 8-3.2, pages 143-144.
Meiners, Physics Demonstration Experiments, Section 8-3.6, page 145.
Julius Sumner Miller, Two Demonstration Devices, AJP 30, 385-386 (1962).
C. Pontiggia, A. Marciano, and E. Piano, Gravitational field and accelerated frame: A simple apparatus, AJP 53, 915-916 (1985).

D1-44: ACCELEROMETERS AND FRAMES OF REFERENCE
None.

D1-51: BANKED CURVE MODEL
Albert A. Bartlett, A Simple Problem from the Real World That Can Be Solved through Time Reversal, AJP 42, 416-417 (1974).

D1-52: FAIRGROUND ROTOR
None.

D1-53: LOOP-THE-LOOP
Richare M. Sutton, A Reversed Loop-the-Loop, AJP 29, 48-59,(1961).
Oleg Jefimenko, Water Stream "Loop-the-Loop, AJP 42, 103-105,(1974).
Alan Cromer, An Unusual Rolling-Sphere Phenomenon, TPT 34, 48-50 (1996).
Operating Instructions, Loop-the-Loop,Cat No. 75416, Atomic Labs Inc., Chicago, Ill.
Instructions Sheet, Loop-the-Loop Demonstrator,Cat. No. 075416, Cenco-Miller,Chicago, Ill.
Instructions Sheet, Loop-The-Loop, Cat. No. 0814B and 0814C, Sargent-Welch Scientific Co.,Skokie, Ill.

D1-54: ROTATING MASSES IN SERIES
None.

D1-55: ROTATING ELASTIC RINGS
None.

D1-61: ROLLING VS. SLIDING
Mario Iona, Letter: Sliding is Faster Than Rolling, TPT 27, 230 (1989).

D1-62: CONSERVATION OF ENERGY IN ROLLING BODY
J. Thomas Dickinson, Rolling Spool Experiment,TPT 10, 210-211 (1972).

D1-63: MAXWELL PENDULUM - LARGE
Barbara Pecori and Giacomo Torzo, The Maxwell wheel investigated with MBL, TPT 36, 362-366 (1998).

D1-64: MAXWELL PENDULUM - SMALL
None.

D1-70: FLYING PIG
None.

D1-65: YO-YO
William Boudreau, Cheap and Simple Yo-Yos, TPT 28, 92 (1990).
Lecture Demonstration Instructions Sheet.

D1-81: TRICYCLE
Little Stinkers: Motion of a Kiddie Car, TPT 1, 92 (1963).
Little Stinkers: Little Stinkers of May 1963: Two Solutions of a Problem, TPT 1, 192-193 (1963).
Thomas J. Parmley, J. Irvin Swigart, and Ray L. Doran, Lecture Demonstrations for the High School Science Teacher, TPT 4, 36-38 (1966).
Problems That Bother Me: Bicycle Problem, TPT 4, 144 (1966).
J. D. Nightingale, Which Way Will the Bike Move?, TPT 31, 244-245 (1993).
Sutton, Demonstration Experiments in Physics, Demonstration M-25.
Meiners, Physics Demonstration Experiments, Section 12-4.3.

D1-82: ROLLING FRICTION
G. D. Freier, Frictional forces which may or may not oppose the motion, AJP 34, xxix (1966).
G. D. Freier and F. J. Anderson, A Demonstration Handbook for Physics (AAPT, College Park, MD, 1981), Demonstration Ms-6. Force Between Surface and Rolling Object, p. M-44.
Donald E. Shaw, Frictional force on rolling objects, AJP 47, 887-888 (1979).
John Sherfinski, Rotational dynamics - Two fundamental issues, TPT 26, 290 (1988).
Robert J. Reiland, Two fundamental surprises, TPT 27, 326 (1989).
Richard E. Berg, Traction Force on Accelerated Rolling Bodies,TPT, 600-601,(Dec 1990).
Sol Krasner, Why Wheels Work: A Second Version, TPT 30, 212-215 (1992).
Ian Edmunds, Nicholas Giannakis, and Chris Henderson, Cyclotron analog applied to the measurement of rolling friction, AJP 63, 76-80 (1995).
Francesc Castellvi, Joan I. Rosell, and Pedro J. Perez, Using Plasticine to Measure the Rolling Friction Coefficient, TPT 33, 276-278 (1995).

D1-83: SPOOL
Sutton, Demonstration Experiments in Physics, Demonstration M-24. Action of a Torque.
Meiners, Physics Demonstration Experiments, Section 12-5.3.
Gordon M. Martin, Unwinding a Spool, AJP 26, 194-195 (1958).
Wallace A. Hilton, A Spool That Obeys Orders, TPT 2, 139 (1964).
Thomas J. Parmley, J. Irvin Swigart, and Ray L. Doran, Lecture Demonstrations for the High School Science Teacher, TPT 4, 76-78 (1966).
Paul Chagnon, Animated Displays III: Mechanical Puzzles, TPT 31, 32-37 (1993). Carl E. Mungan, Acceleration of a pulled spool, TPT 39, 481-485 (2001).

D1-84: SPINNING CYLINDRICAL SHELL
George Barnes, Conservation of momentum demonstration using a piece of sewer pipe, AJP 54, 741 (1986).
Joe L. Ferguson, Pulling the rug from under round objects, TPT 39, 224-225 (2001).

D2: MOMENT OF INERTIA

D2-01: RING AND DISC ON INCLINED PLANE
Operating Instructions, Moment of Inertia Ring and Disk, TekSys Corp., Newark, Ill.
Operating Addendum, Moment of Inertia Ring and Disk, TekSys Corp., Newark, Ill.
Sutton, Demonstration Experiments in Physics, M-161. Racing Rollers.
W. P. Berggren and M. E. Gardner, Quantitative Treatment of the Racing-Roller Demonstration, AJP 9, 243 (1941).
W. B. Pietenpol, Rolling Spheres and Cylinders, AJP 13, 260-261 (1945).
Robert H. March, Who Will Win The Race?, TPT 26, 297 (1988).
George W. Ficken, Jr., Letter: A Hoop, Not a Cylinder, TPT 32, 197 (1994).

D2-02: MISCELLANEOUS BODIES ON INCLINED PLANE
Clinton Thomas, Loading a Disc for a Mechanics Demonstration, TPT 5, 287-288 (1967).
Robert H. March, Who Will Win the Race?, TPT 26, 297, (1988).
Carl R. Stannard, Thomas P. O'Brien, and Andrew J. Telesca, Jr., A Ball with Pure Translational Motion?, TPT 30, 526-527 (1992).
George W. Ficken, Jr., Letter: A Hoop, Not a Cylinder, TPT 32, 197 (1994).
Ian Thomas, Letter: Another Rolling Paradox, TPT 32, 200 (1994).
Karl C. Mamola, A Rotational Dynamics Demonstration, TPT 32, 216-219 (1994).
Segment from: The Two New Sciences of Galileo, Third Day
Mellissinos and Lobkowicz, Physics for Scientists and EngineersFigure 10-18 The moments of inertia of some rigid bodies about specific axes.
Resnick and Halliday, Physics, Table 12-1 Moments of Inertia of rigid bodies around axis.
W. F. D. Theron, The rolling motion of an eccentrically loaded wheel, AJP 68, 812-820 (2000).
David Kagan, The shaken-soda syndrome, TPT 39, 290-292 (2001).
Chandralekha Singh, When physical intuition fails, AJP 70, 1103-1109 (2002).
Cruse Melvin, Downhill races, TPT 40, 222-225 (2002).

D2-03: CANS ON INCLINED PLANE - WITH AND WITHOUT WATER
G. D. Nickas, Reversing relative displacement in rolling fluids, AJP 57, 907 (1989).
Byron L. Coulter and Carl G. Adler, Can a body pass a body falling through the air?, AJP 47, 841-846 (1979).
K. A. Jackson, J. E. Finck, C. R. Bednarski, and L. R. Clifford, Viscous and nonviscous models of the partially filled rolling can, AJP 64, 277-282 (1996).

D2-04: MOMENT OF INERTIA RODS
None.

D2-05: DUMBELL - VARIABLE MOMENT OF INERTIA
None.

D2-11:HINGED STICK AND FALLING BALL
Philip A. Constantinides, Experiments on Torque, Angular Acceleration and Moment of Inertia, AJP 7, 254-257, (1939).
Carl A. Ludeke, Experimental Examples in Dynamics, AJP 9, 162-166, (1941).
Julius Sumner Miller, On Demonstating A Classical Problem In Analytical Mechanics, AJP 20, 455-456, (1952).
Richard M. Sutton, Some teasers for conclusion jumpers, AJP 21, 658 (1953).
Wallace A. Hilton, Free Fall Paradox, TPT 3, 323-324, (1965).
George W. Ficken, Jr., "Falling" Faster than g, AJP 41, 1013-1015 (1973).
Albert A. Bartlett, Falling Chimney Apparatus Modification, TPT 13, 435-437, (1975).
Jerry L Adams, Acceleration Greater Than "G", TPT 20, 100-101, (1982).
W.M. Young, Faster Than Gravity!, AJP 52, 1142, (1984).
W.F.D. Theron, the "Faster Than Gravity" Demonstration Revisited, AJP 56, 736-739, (1988).
Hermann Hartel, The falling stick with a>g, TPT 38, 54-55 (2000).
M. E. Bacon, Michael R. Harpst, and Ryohei Nakazawa, Falling sticsk and falling balls, TPT 40, 333-335 (2002).
Falling faster than in free fall? by J D Hey, L Kolb and R Piasecki, web version of article in the European Journal of Physics.

D2-12: TOPPLING CHIMNEY
Richard M. Sutton, Concerning Falling Chimneys, Science, Vol. 84, No. 2176 pp. 246-247 (September 11, 1936).
Francis P. Bundy, Stresses in Freely Falling Chimneys and Columns, Journal of Applied Physics, Volume 11, pp. 112-123 (February 1940).
Joseph B. Reynolds, Falling Chimneys, Science, Vol. 87, No. 2252 pp. 186-188 (February 25, 1938).
Arthur Taber Jones, The Falling Chimney, AJP 14, 275, (1946).
James R. Keady, Using Blocks to Demonstrate Inertia, Center of Gravity, and Friction, TPT 5, 292 (1967).
Albert A. Bartlett, More on the falling chimney, TPT 14, 351-353 (1976).
Ernest L. Madsen, Theory of the chimney breaking while falling, AJP 45, 182-184 (1977).

D2-13: RACING PENDULA
Paul O. Hoffman, A Mechanics Demonstation, AJP 23, 624-625, (1955).
F. S. Crawford, Jr., Remarks on "A Mechanics Demonstration," AJP 24, 459 (1956).

D2-21: CENTER OF PERCUSSION - BAT AND MALLET
Paul Kirkpatrick, Batting the Ball, AJP 31, 606-613, (1963).
H. Brody, Physics of the Tennis Racket, AJP 47, 482-487, (1979).
H. Brody, Physics of the Tennis Racket II: The "Sweet Spot", AJP 49, 816-819, (1981).
H. Brody, The Sweet Spot of a Baseball Bat, AJP 54, 640-643, (1986).
Howard Brody, Models of baseball bats, AJP 58, 756-758 (1990).
L. L. Van Zandt, The dynamical theory of the baseball bat, AJP 60, 172-181 (1992).
Alan M. Nathan, Dynamics of the baseball-bat collision, AJP 68, 979-990 (2000).
Robert K. Adair, Comment on "The sweet spot of a baseball bat," by Rod Cross [Am. J. Phys. 66 (9), 772-779 (1998)], AJP 69, 229-230 (2001).
Rod Cross, Response to "Comment on 'The sweet spot of a baseball bat'", AJP 69, 231-232 (2001).
Alan M. Nathan, Characterizing the performance of baseball bats, AJP 71, 134-143 (2003).

D2-31: OBERBECK CROSS
H. A. Perkins, A. P. R. Wadlund, H. D. Doolittle, An Elementary Laboratory Experiment on Moment of Inertia, AJP 6, 70-71, (1938).
Willard L. Erickson, Moment of Inertia Experiment, AJP 19, 401-403, (1951).
Edward B. Nelson, A Simple Experiment i Rotational Dynamics, AJP 33, 848-849, (1965).
Hans C. Ohanian, Rotational motion and the law of the lever, AJP 59, 182 (1991).
Meiners, Mechanics, Physical Pendulum, Vol 1, 353.
Lecture Demonstration Sample Data Sheet.
Complete set of mechanical drawings.

D2-32: AIR TABLE - LINEAR AND ANGULAR ACCEL OF DISC
Lecture Demonstration Sample Data Sheets.
John Sherfinski, A rotational dynamics problem with friction and calculus, TPT 39, 150-151 (2001).

D2-41: MOMENTS OF INERTIA ABOUT 3 PRINCIPLE AXES
Lecture Demonstration Data Sheets.
Joseph C. Amato, Roger E. Williams, and Hugh Helm, A "black box" moment of inertia apparatus, AJP 63, 891-894 (1995).

D2-42: MOMENTS OF INERTIA - TORSIONAL CHAIR AND BOARD
None.

D2-43: MOMENTS OF INERTIA - TORSIONAL CHAIR AND WEIGHTS
None.

D2-51: BICYCLE WHEEL PENDULUM
See "Bicycle Wheel Pendulum" at www.tn.tudelft.nl/cdd

D3: ANGULAR MOMENTUM

D3-01: MASSES SLIDING ON ROTATING CROSSARM
William R. Mallory, Moment-of-inertia demonstrator, AJP 43, 563 (1975).
Richard E. Berg and Robert E. Anders, Angular Momentum Conservation Demonstration, TPT 27, 561-562 (1989).
T.M. Kalotas and A. R. Lee, A simple Device to Illustrate Angular Momentum Conservation and Instability, AJP 58, 80-81, (1990).
Robert Carr, Harold Cohen, and Terry Ragsdale, Demonstrating angular momentum conservation, TPT 37, 169-171 (1999).
Michael J. Pechan, Alexandra OBrien, and Wesley A. Burgei, Conservation of angular momentum apparatus using magnetic bearings, TPT 39, 26-28 (2001).
Robert Johns, Acceleration Without Force?, TPT 41, 156-157 (2003).

D3-02: MASS ON STRING - ORBITS WITH VARYING RADIUS
John H. Walters, Jr., Centripetal Force Apparatus, AJP 29, 212, (1961).
A.H. Benade, Comments on Centripetal Force Experiment, AJP 29, 712, (1961).

D3-03: ROTATING CHAIR AND WEIGHTS
None.

D3-04: ROTATING STOOL AND WEIGHTS
H.W. Dosso, R. H. Vidal, Simple Apparatus for Angular Motion Demonstrations, AJP 30, 528-529, (1962).
James A. Riley and Oscar G. Fryer, Three Accessories For A Rotating Platform, TPT 18, 205-206, (1980).
Nathaniel R. Greene, A Low-Friction Rotator from the Junkyard, TPT 35, 431 (1997).
Arthur Bryant, Rotating stool mounted on a low-friction hub, TPT 38, 476-477 (2000).

D3-05: ROTATING CHAIR AND BICYCLE WHEEL
S. J. Barnett, Models to Illustrate Gyromagnetic and Electron-Inertia Effects, AJP 5, 1-6, (1937).
S. Y. Mak and K. Y. Wong, A qualitative demonstration of the conservation of angular momentum in a system of two noncoaxial rotating discs, AJP 57, 951-952 (1989).

D3-06: ROTATING CHAIR - HELICOPTER MODEL
None.

D3-07: ROTATING PLATFORM
Arbor Scientific

D3-11: SWING PUMPING
Little Thinkers Column, " A Child's Swing", TPT 4, 307, (1966).
Little Thinkers Column (Answer), "A Child's Swing, TPT 4, 374-375, (1966).
Peter L. Tea, Jr., Harold Falk, Pumping on a swing, AJP 36, 1165-1166, (1968).
Bryan F. Gore, The Child's Swing, AJP 38, 378-379 (1970).
Joseph A. Burns, More on Pumping a Swing, AJP 38, 920-922 (1970).
Bryan F. Gore, Starting a Swing From Rest, AJP 39, 347, (1971).
John T. McMullen, On Initiating Motion in a Swing, AJP 40, 764-766, (1972).
Stephen M. Curry, How Children Swing, AJP 44, 924-926, (1976).
William B. Case, Mark A. Swanson, The Pumping of a Swing from the Seated Position, AJP 58, 463-467, (1990).
Fabrizio Pinto, Parametric Resonance: An Introductory Experiment, TPT 31, 336-346 (1993).
William B. Case, The pumping of a swing from the standing position, AJP 64, 215-220 (1996).

D3-12: SWING MODEL
None.

D3-21: INVERSE SPRINKLER - GLASS MODEL
Richard P. Feynman, Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman, pages 51-53.
Ernst Mach, The Science of Mechanics, pp. 388-390 (The Open Court Publishing Co., 1893, 1902, 1919, 1942 (LC 60-10179).
Paul Kirkpatrick, A Neglected Lesson from the Cartesian Diver, AJP 10, 160 (1942).
Henry S. Belson, "Empty" Hero's Engine, AJP 24, 413-414 (1956).
Julius Sumner Miller, Physics in a Toy Boat, AJP 26, 199 (1958).
R. Stuart Mackay, Boat Driven by Thermal Oscillations, AJP 26, 583-584 (1958).
I. Finnie and R. L. Curl, Physics in a Toy Boat, AJP 31, 289-293 (1963).
J. A. Weyland and J. D. Patterson, Rotating water sprinkler, AJP 44, 1106-1109 (1976).
B. A. McInnes, Comment on "Rotating Water Sprinkler" by Weyland and Patterson, AJP 46(11), 1194, (1978).
A. Theodore Forrester, Inverse sprinklers: A lesson in the use of a conservation principle, AJP 54, 798-799 (1986).
Alton K. Schultz, Letter: Comment on the inverse sprinkler problem, AJP 55, 488 (1987).
Leonardo Hsu, Inverse Sprinklers: Two Simple Experiments and the Resolution of the Feynman-Forrester Conflict, AJP 56, 307-308, (1988).
Richard E. Berg and Michael R. Collier, The Feynman inverse sprinkler problem: A demonstration and quantitative analysis, AJP 57, 654-657, (1989).
John Archibald Wheeler, The Young Feynman, Physics Today, February 1989, pp. 24-28.
Mark Kuzyk, Letter, Physics Today, November 1989, pp 129-130.
Richard E. Berg and Michael R. Collier, Letter: New Device Lets You Un-Water Your Lawn, Physics Today, July 1990, p. 13.
E. Rune Lindgren, The transport of momentum theorem, AJP 58, 352-357, (1990).
Berg, Collier, and Ferrell, The Feynman inverse sprinkler problem: A detailed kinematic study, AJP 59(4), 349-355, (1991).
Alan Mironer, The Feynman Sprinkler (letter), AJP 60, 12, (1992).
Paul Hewitt, Figuring physics, TPT 40, 390, 437 (2002).
Alejandro Jenkins, An elementary treatment of the reverse sprinkler, AJP 72(10), 1276-1282 (2004)
E. Creutz, FEYNMAN'S REVERSE SPRINKLER (Letter to the Editor), AJP 73(3), 198-199 (2005)

D3-22: INVERSE SPRINKLER - METAL MODEL
See D3-21.

D3-31: AIR TABLE - TETHERBALL
None.

D3-32: KEYWHIP
Martin Gardner, Tricks of the Trade, TPT 28, 390 (1990).
A. R. Marlow, A surprising mechanics demonstration, AJP 59, 951-952 (1991).
R. E. J. Sears, Comment on "A surprising mechanics demonstration," by A. R. Marlowe [AJP 59, 951-952 (1991)], AJP 63, 854-855 (1995).
David J. Griffiths and Tyler A. Abbott, Comment on "A surprising mechanics demonstration," by A. R. Marlowe [AJP 59, 951-952 (1991)], AJP 60, 951-953 (1992).

D3-41: AIR TABLE - COLLISION OF PUCK AND STICK
None.

D3-42: AIR TABLE - RECTANGULAR PUCK AND COLLISIONS
None.

D4: GYROSCOPES

D4-01: GYROSCOPE WITH COUNTERWEIGHT
Paul Rood, "Action Equals Reaction" -Even in Gyroscopes, AJP 13, 175-177(1945).
Instruction Manual and Experiment Guide, Model ME-8960, Pasco Scientific, Rosevill, CA. (1994).
Barry R. Holstein, Gyroscope precession and general relativity, AJP 69, 1248-1256 (2001).
Oscar Bolina, The precessing top, TPT 38, 312-313 (2000).

D4-02: BICYCLE WHEEL GYROSCOPE WITH COUNTERWEIGHT
J. R. Prescott, Demonstration Gyroscope, AJP 31, 393-394, (1963).

D4-03: BICYCLE WHEEL GYROSCOPE ON PIVOT
H.W. Dosso and R. H. Vidal, Simple Apparatus for Angular Motion Demonstrations, AJP 30(7), 528-530, (1962).
W.C. Connolly and R.C. Connolly. Angular Momentum Demonstration, AJP 41(1), 131-132, (1973).
Gerard Lietz, Tony Behof, and Robert Horton, Doing Physics - Physics activities for groups: A DOUBLE WHEEL, TPT 22, 324-325 (1984).

D4-04: BICYCLE WHEEL WITH GYROSCOPE ON ROPE
None.

D4-05: GYROSCOPE WITH GYMBAL RINGS
Mason E. Hufford, A Device for Demonstrating Constancy of Angular Momentum, AJP 13, 417-418, (1945).
William B. Case and Michael A. Shay, On the Interesting Behavior of a Gimbal-mounted Gyroscope, AJP 60, 503-506, (1992).

D4-06: ELECTRIC GYROSCOPE
Novel Experiments in Physics, Motor Driven Gyroscope, MIT.
Herbert F. Newhall, Gyroscope, AJP 28, 78-79, (1960).
Instructions Booklet, MITAC- "The Classroom Gyroscope", Central Scientific Co., Chicago, Ill.

D4-07: SUITCASE GYROSCOPE
S. Schultz, Thought Stimulator on Angular Momentum, AJP 34, 1201, (1966).
P. G. Heyda, Roller ball dynamics revisited, AJP 70, 1049-1051 (2002).
J. Higbie, Precession of a gyroscope, TPT 18, 210 (1980).
John F. Koser, Apparatus for Teaching Physics: The Suitcase Gyroscope - An Angular Momentum Device, TPT 25, 231-232 (1987).
Clark Universiy Physics Department website, "History of Physics at Clark: The Webster Era", www.clarku.edu/departments/physics/history/history4.cfm .

D4-08: PRECESSION AND NUTATION OF GYROSCOPE - MODEL
Francis W. Sears, A Three-Dimensional Diagram of Gyroscopic Precession, AJP 7, 342-344. (1939).
H. L. Armstrong, On the Precession of Nutation of Gyroscopes, AJP 35, 883-885, (1967).
A. E. Benfield, Note On Precession, AJP 26, 396-397, (1958).
G. David Scott, Precession of A Gyro and Model of a Gyro-Compass, AJP 25, 80-82, (1957).
Howard E. Pettersen, Another Note on Precession, AJP 27(6), 429-430, (1959).
Ernest F. Barker, Elementary Analysis of the Gyroscope, AJP 28, 808-810, (1960).

D4-09: ZERO-TORQUE GYROSCOPE
Lecture Demonstrations Diagram.

D4-10: AIR GYROSCOPE
Robert G. Marcley, Apparatus Drawings Project - Air Suspension Gyroscope, AJP 28, 150-155, (1960).
Instructions Manual for Demonstration of Air Gyroscope, The Ealing Corp., Cambridge, Mass. (1966).
James Reynolds and Stanton Hillier, A Demonstration on the Proportional Relationship Between Frictional Torque and Angular Velocity, The Ealing Review, Nov/Dec (1977).
J. E. Szeszol and S. Luzader, Angular Momentum Air Top, TPT 25, 172-175, (1987).
O. L. de Lange and J. Pierrus, Measurement of inertial and noninertial properties of an air suspension gyroscope, AJP 61, 974-981 (1993).

D4-21: SHIP STABILIZER
Lecture Demonstation Analysis Sheet.

D4-22: MONORAIL CAR
None.

D4-23: GYROCOMPASS
Rosemary Russ, Super Martian Hat, TPT 41, 368 (2003).

D4-24: GYROCOMPASS - MODEL
Herbert Goldstein, Gyrocompass, Classical Mechanics, 156-158, 183, (1950).

D4-25: GYROCOMPASS - TOY
Lecture Demonstration Instructions.
R. W. Christy, Mechanical Top with Magnetized Axle, AJP 24, 523-524 (1956).

D4-26: GYROCOMPASS MODEL WITH ROTATING STAGE
None.

D4-26: EULERS DISK
Arbor Scientific

D5: ROTATIONAL ESOTERICA

D5-01: TIPPE TOP
Bob, McCann, Physics Lecture-Demonstration Facility, The Tippe Top (notes of explanation and references).
J. A. Jacobs, Note on the Behavior of a Certain Symmetrical Top, AJP 20, 517-518, (1952).
C. M. Braams, On the Influence of Friction on the Motion of a Top, Physica 18(no. 8-9), 503-514, Aug/Sept (1952).
N. M. Hugenholtz, On Tops Rising by Friction, Physica 18(no. 8-9), 515-527, Aug/Sept (1952).
William A. Pliskin, The Tippe Top (Topsy-Turvy Top), AJP 22, 28-32 (1954).
C. M. Braams, The Tippe Top, AJP 22(8), 568, (1954).
W. A. Pliskin, The Tippe Top (Topsy-Turvy Top), AJP 22, 28-32, (1954).
Angelo R. Del Campo, Tippe Top (Topsy-Turnee Top) Continued, AJP 23, 544-545, (1955).
Ira M. Freeman, The Tippe Top Again, AJP 24, 178, (1956).
John B. Hart, Angular Momentum & Tippe Top, AJP 27, 189, (1959).
Frank F. Johnson, The Tippy Top, AJP 28, 406-407, (1960).
George D. Freier, The Tippy-Top, TPT 5, 36-38, (1967).
James C. Lauffenburger, A Large-Scale Demonstration of the Tippe-Top,, AJP 40, 1338 (1972).
Richard J. Cohen, The Tippe Top Revisited, AJP 45(1), 12-17, (1977).
Kenneth W. Ford, Why Does a Finger Ring Flip?, TPT 16, 322, (1978).
Paul E. Klingsporn, Rocking Oscillatory Motion and A Technique for Its Measurement, AJP 56, 796-801, (1988).
Van Parunak, The Tippe Top, notes presented in a course, The Acapulco Effect and Other Paradoxes," taught by John A. Wheeler at Princeton.
D. Van Ostenburg and C. Kikuchi, Some Analogies of the Tippe Top to Electrons and Nuclei, AJP 21, 574 (1953).
Lecture Demonstrations Information Sheet.
Two miscellaneous lists of literature, containing some duplication.
C. G. Gray and B. G. Nickel, Constants of motion for nonslipping tippe tops and other tops with round pegs, AJP 68, 821-828 (2000).
Harry Soodak, A geometric theory of rapidly spinning tops, tippe tops, and footballs, AJP 70, 815-828 (2002).

D5-02: FOOTBALL
John Satterly, The Breakfast Egg, AJP 26, 341, (1958).
Questions Students Ask, Spinning Footballs and Class Rings, TPT, Sept., 341, (1958).
D. Petrie, J. L. Hunt, and C. G. Gray, Does the Euler Disk slip during its motion?, AJP 70, 1025-1028 (2002).

D5-03: FOOTBALL ROTATING ASYMETRICALLY - MODEL
None.

D5-04: SPINNING BOOK
R. D. Edge, Moment Of Inertia, TPT 17, 599-600, (1979).
Jearl Walker, Why Does A Spinning Book Wobble?, TPT 19, 57, (1981).
A. Amengual, On a simple experiment on the free rotation of a ruler and other laminas, AJP 64, 82-87 (1996).
Lecture Demonstration Instructions Sheet.
D. A. Wardle, Unstable rotation of rigid bodies in empty space, TPT 39, 334-335 (2001).

D5-05: CELTS
John Satterly, Rocking Experiment with Two Degrees of Freedom, AJP 21, 267-273 (1953).
John Satterly, Three Interesting Instances of Rocking, AJP 23, 14-26 (1955).
John Satterly, Vibrational Dynamics With Lenses, Mirrors, and Prisms, AJP 23, 562-581, (1955).
John Satterly, Induced Rocking, AJP 26, 625-627 (1958).
H. Crabtree, An Elementary Treatment of the Spinning Tops and Gyroscopic Motion, Chelsea, NY., (1967).
Jearl Walker, Rattlebacks and Tippe Tops; Roundabout: The Physics Of Rotation in the Everyday World, 33-38, W. H.Freeman and Company, New York (1985).
Ira B. Freeman, What Is Trevelyan's Rocker?, TPT 12, 382, (1974).
Allan J. Boardman, The Mysterious Celt; Fine Woodworking No. 53, 68-69, (July/Aug 1985).
Robert Walgate, Tops That Like to Spin One Way, Nature Vol 323, 204, (18 Sept. 1986).
Sir Herman Bondi, The rigid body dynamics of unidirectional spin, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 405, 267-274 (1986).
Tad McGeer and Leigh Hunt Palmer, Wobbling, toppling, and forces of contact, AJP 57, 1089-1098 (1989).
H. Richard Crane, How Things Work: The Rattleback Revisited, TPT 29, 278-279 (1991).
http://www.grand-illusions.com/rattleback.htm
Ronald D. Edge and Richard Childers, Curious celts and riotous rattlebacks, TPT 37, 80 (1999).

D5-06: FIDDLESTICK
H. Joachim Schlichting, University of Essen, Germany: "Warum 'schwirrt' die Scheibe?" [Why does the disk "whir"?] Physik in der Schule, vol. 31, no. 5, pp. 179 ff (1993).

Also available on the Internet at: www.uni-muenster.de/imperia/md/content/fachbereich_physik/didaktik_physik/publikationen/schwirrt_scheibe.pdf

D5-07: STABLE AND UNSTABLE PRINCIPLE AXES
Pages 399-402 from Section 12.11 The Stability of Rigid-Body Rotations of an unidentified intermediate mechanics book.

D5-08: WINEGLASS AND OLIVE
None.

D5-11: CORIOLIS EFFECT - BALL ON ROTATING PLATFORM
Albert Einstein, Essays in Science: English translation of "Mein Weltbild," Philosophical Library, New York, THE CAUSE OF THE FORMATION OF MEANDERS IN THE COURSES OF RIVERS AND OF THE SO-CALLED BEER'S LAW, pp. 85-91.
James E. McDonald, The Coriolis Effect, Scientific American 186 (May 1952) 72-78.
Paul Kirkpatrick, Effects of Form and Rotation of the Earth Upon Ranges of Projectiles, AJP 11, 303-311, (1943).
Ralph Hoyt Bacon, Motion Relative to the Surface of the Rotating Earth, AJP 19, 52-56, (1951).
Marshall J. Walker, Graphic Aids for Teaching Coriolis Force, AJP 26, 392-395, (1958).
Richard M. Sutton, One Good Tern Deserves Another, AJP 26(9), 639, (1958).
Arthur G. Rouse, Centrifugal and Coriolis Forces As Observed in a Rotating System, AJP 27(6), 429, (1959).
Harry F. Meiners, Rotating Coordinate System, AJP 34(1), 17-18, (1966).
John M. Goodman and David S. Chandler, A Rotating Coordinate Frame Visualizer, AJP 39, 1129-1133 (1971).
G. Preston Burns, Deflection of Projectiles due to Rotation of the Earth, AJP 39, 1329-1332 (1971).
Eric R. Muller, A Note on: "Deflection of Projectiles due to Rotation of the Earth, AJP 40, 1045-1047 (1972).
G. Preston Burns, NOTES AND DISCUSSION: Effect of Rotation of the Earth on Range of a Projectile, AJP 40, 1536-1538 (1972).
Owen E. Thompson, On the Demonstration and Interpretation of the Coriolis Effect, AJP 41, 247-255, (1973).
Thomas Mitchell, Problem Solving by Experiment, TPT 13, 423, (1975).
Walter Thumm, The Case of the Coriolis Force, TPT 14, 48-49, (1976).
Hastings A. Smith, Coriolis phenomenon in nuclei and planets: Rotation alignment, AJP 48, 577-578 (1980).
Fred T. Pregger, Feeling the Coriolis Force, TPT 18, 458-460, (1980).
J. N. Boyd and P. N. Raychowdhury, Coriolis acceleration without vectors, AJP 49, 498-499 (1981).
Jacob Neuberger, Coriolis force revisited, AJP 49, 782-784 (1981).
Thomas T. Arny, Coriolis force simulation, AJP 50, 381 (1982).
P. Rochon and N. Gauthier, Simple Problem Involving Coriolis Effect, TPT 21, 36-37, (1983).
Robert Bauman, Coriolis Paradox, TPT 21, 461, (1983).
D. R. Stirling, The Eastward Deflection of a Falling Object, AJP 51, 236 (1983).
J. M. Potgieter, An Exact Solution for the Horizontal Deflection of a Falling Object, AJP 51, 257-258, (1983).
Harold A. Daw, The New Mexico State University motion room, AJP 58, 668-672 (1990).
Neil M. Shea, Do Projectiles Always Deviate to the Right in the Northern Hemisphere?, TPT 34, 480-481 (1996).
Robert H. Johns, Physics on a Rotating Reference Frame, TPT 36, 178-180 (1998).
"Brits and Coriolis" from The Weather Notebook website, June 2006.
"Battle of the Falkland Islands" from Wikipedia website, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_the_Falkland_Islands , June 2006.

D5-12: CORIOLIS FORCE - WATER JET
Alexander Wundheiler, A Picturable Derivation of the Coriolis Acceleration, AJP 13, 54, (1945).
T. Walley Williams III, Coriolis Force Apparatus, TPT 3, 171-172, (1965).
Douglas J. Knapp, The Case of the Coriolis Force, TPT 14, 318, (1976).
Martin S. Tiersten and Harry Soodak, Dropped objects and other motions relative to the noninertial earth, AJP 68, 129-142 (2000).
Pirooz Mohazzabi and Mark C. James, Plumb line and the shape of the earth, AJP 68, 1038-1041 (2000).
Richard Andrew Secco, Coriolis-effect demonstration on an overhead projector, TPT 37, 244-245 (1999).

D5-13: FOUCAULT PENDULUM - MODEL
About Foucault Pendulums and How They Prove the Earth Rotates, A Scriptographic Study Unit, published by the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C.
Anthony P. French, The Foucault Pendulum, TPT 16, 61-62, (1978).
Reynhardt, van der Walt, and Soskolsky, A Modified Foucault Pendulum for Corridor Exhibit, AJP 54, 759-761, (1986).
F. Lestingi(Section Editor, Projection Pointers), A Projection Foucault Pendulum, TPT 12, 311, (1974).
Don W. Miller and G. Wayne Caudill, Driving Mechanism for a Foucault Pendulum, AJP 34, 615-616, (1966).
Haym Kruglak, Larry Oppliger, Rene Pittet, and Stanley Steele, A Short Foucault Pendulum for a Hallway Exhibit, AJP 46(4), 438-440, (1978).
Haym Kruglak, Rene Pittet, and Stanley Steele, A Short, Movable Foucault Pendulum, Sky and Telescope, 330-332, (Oct. 1980).
J. O. Mattila, The Focault Pendulum as a Teaching Aid, Phys. Ed. 26, (1991).
Klaus Weltner, A new model of the Foucault pendulum, AJP 47, 365-366 (1979).
Charles A. Eckroth, A Simluated Foucault Pendulum, TPT 34, 462 (1996).

D5-14: FOUCAULT PENDULUM - 6FT
R. Stuart Mackay, Sustained Foucault Pendulums, AJP 21, 260-266 (1953).
Geoffrey I. Opat, The precession of a Foucault pendulum viewed as a beat phenomenon of a conical pendulum subject to a Coriolis force, AJP 59, 822-823 (1991).
H. Richard Crane, Foucault pendulum "wall clock," AJP 63, 33-39 (1995).
John E. Horne, Apparatus for Teaching Physics: Classroom Foucault Pendulum, TPT 34, 238-239 (1996).
Joseph D. Romano, Foucault's Pendulum as a Spirograph, TPT 35, 182-183 (1997).

D5-15: CYCLONE AND ANTICYCLONE MODEL
Transparency showing cyclone/anticyclone rotations in northern and southern hemisphere, to accompany this demonstration.
Marvin J. Pryor, Cyclones, Anticyclones, On A Record Player Turntable, TPT 10, 532, (1972).
Lecture Demonstration: Complete instructions for construction of this model.
Merwin Sibulkin, A note on the bathtub vortex, Journal of Fluid Mechanics 14, 21-24 (1962).
Ascher H. Shapiro, Bath-Tub Vortex, NATURE, vol. 196, 1080-1081 (1962).
E. N. da C. Andrade, Whirlpools, vortices and bath tubs, New Scientist 17, No. 357, 302-304 (1963).
D. L. Kelly, B. W. Martin, and E. S. Taylor, A further note on the bathtub vortex, Journal of Fluid Mechanics 19, 539-542 (1964).
Robert Lanni, Letter: Earth's Rotation - One More, TPT 30, 196 (1992).
Howard C. Hayden, Letter: Earth's Rotation...Yet More, TPT 30, 197 (1992).
John C. Salsieder, Exposing the Bathtub Coriolis Myth, TPT 32, 107 (1994).
John W. Hanneken, Letter: Coriolis Myths and Draining Bathtubs, AJP 62, 1063 (1994).
Richard R. Hake, Letter: More on Coriolis Myths and Draining Bathtubs, AJP 62, 1063 (1994).
Charles Robertson, Letter: Still More on Coriolis Myths and Draining Bathtubs - Films and Video Tapes, AJP 62, 1063 (1994).

D5-16: FOUCAULT PENDULUM
R. Stuart Mackay, Sustained Foucault Pendulums, AJP 21, 180-183 (1953).
Manfred Euler and Gert Braune, Hands-on Earth rotation, TPT 40, 432-436 (2002).
Richard B. Minnix and D. Rae Carpenter, Jr., VERY SHORT, PORTABLE FOCAULT PENDULUM, APPARATUS for Teaching Physics, The Physics Teacher, October 1983, 477-478.
Byron E. Leonard, A SHORT FOUCAULT PENDULUM FOR CORRIDOR DISPLAY, APPARATUS for Teaching Physics, The Physics Teacher, September 1981, 421-423.
Wallace A. Hilton, The Foucault pendulum: A corridor demonstration, AJP 46(4), 436-438 (1978).

D5-21: BALL ROLLING ON ROTATING DISC
Harold J. Born, Demonstration of a Simple Mechanics Problem, AJP 41, 707-708, (1973).
Meiners, Mehanics, Chapt. 13, 314-315.
Klaus Weltner, Stable Circular Orbits of Freely Moving Balls on Rotating Discs, AJP 47, 984-986, (1979).
Robert H. Romer, Motion of a sphere on a Tilted Rurntable, AJP 49, 985-986, (1981).
Joel Gersten, Harry Soodak, and Martin S. Tiersten, Ball Moving on Stationary or Rotating Horizontal Surface, AJP 60, 43-47, (1992).
Artom V. Sokirko, Alexandr A. Belopolskii, Andrei V. Matytsyn, and Dmitri A. Kossakowski, Behavior of a ball on the surface of a rotating disk, AJP 62, 151-156 (1994).
Robert Erlich and Jaroslaw Tuszynski, Ball on rotating turntable: Comparison of theory and experiment, AJP 63, 351-359 (1995).
Harry Soodak and Martin S. Tiersten, Perturbation analysis of rolling friction on a turntable, AJP 64, 1130-1139 (1996).

D5-22: ROTATING PENDULUM
Keith R. Symon, Mechanics, Addison Wesley Publishers Inc., 387-388, (1960).

D5-23: ROTATING BEAD ON LOOP
Keith R. Symon, Mechanics, Addison-Wesley Pub. Inc., 387-388, (1960).
Said Shakerin, Apparatus for Rotational Motion, TPT 33, 173-174 (1995).

D5-24: ROTATING PENDULA - LENGTH VS HEIGHT
Richard E. Berg, Lecture Demonstration Analysis Sheet.
Lee Larson and Roderick Grant, The Airplane Experiment, TPT 29, 564-565 (1991).