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Derivation of Coriolis Acceleration
When objects move within a reference frame that rotates with a constant angular speed, that object will experience a force known as the Coriolis force. This fictitious force is caused by an acceleration known as the Coriolis acceleration and the equation for this acceleration will be derived in this lecture.
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