3 years ago

Voltage induced by Coriolis force: a new sensing scheme for rotation velocity.

Yun-He Zhao, Yu-Han Ma

We study the motion of the charged particles between a pair of conductor plates in the non-inertial reference frame. It is found that there exists a stable voltage between the two conductor plates, which is proportional to the rotation velocity of the non-inertial system. This effect is similar to the Hall effect as the result of the Lorenz force. As an application, we propose a rotation velocity measurement scheme based on this Coriolis force -induced effect.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1711.02900

DOI: arXiv:1711.02900v1

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