Coriolis pseudoforce, Physics

Coriolis pseudoforce (G. de Coriolis; 1835)

A pseudoforce that arises due to motion relatively a frame which itself rotating relatively second, inertial frame. The magnitude of the Coriolis "force" is based on the speed of the object relative to the noninertial frame, & the direction of "force" is orthogonal to the object's velocity.

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