Searching problems and discussion are instigated at once, and the notion of rotational equilibrium and force moments brought in.
The rotational speed of Earth at this latitude is seven-seven-eight.
Quantitative experiments are furnished by the rotational counterpart of the Atwood machine.
The total, however, of the rotational moment of momentum of the system barely reaches two per cent.
This rotational motion is also found in the nebul and star clusters as well as in the stars and planets.
What, then, is the effect of the rotational velocity of the surface of the earth on the atmosphere near to it?
How can one who is ignorant of the existence and characteristics of rotational inertia understand a galvanometer?
It is important to distinguish between two types of strain: the “rotational” type and the “irrotational” type.
By this time the student should have found himself sufficiently prepared to take up problems of rotational motion.
At the same time the tidal influence of the earth was lessening the rotational movement of the moon.
1550s, from Latin rotationem (nominative rotatio) "a turning about in a circle," noun of action from past participle stem of rotare "turn round, revolve, whirl about, roll," from PIE *roto- (see rotary).
rotation ro·ta·tion (rō-tā'shən)
The act or process of turning around a center or an axis.
Regular and uniform variation in a sequence or series, as in the recurrence of symptoms of a disease.