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RS Electrogravitic References: Part 17 of 19.

AUTHOR:	Cousins, Frank W.
TITLE:	The anatomy of the gyroscope : a report in 3 parts comprising
a literature and patent survey directed to the gyroscope and its applications 
/ by Frank W. Cousins ; edited by John L. Hollington.
PUBL.:	Neuilly-sur-Seine, France : North Atlantic Treaty
Organization, Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development,
FORMAT:	296 p. (in various pagings) ; 30 cm.
DATE:	1988
SERIES:	AGARDograph no. 313

AUTHOR:	Leimanis, E. (Eugene)
TITLE:	The general problem of the motion of coupled rigid bodies
about a fixed point.
PUBL.:	Berlin, New York, Springer-Verlag,
FORMAT:	xvi, 337 p. illus. 24 cm.
DATE:	1965
SERIES:	Springer tracts in natural philosophy. v. 7
SUBJECT	Dynamics, Rigid Gyroscopes, Two-body problem, Astrodynamics

AUTHOR(s):	de Andrade, L.C. Garcia
TITLE:	Electron gyroscopes to test torsion gravity?
In: Il nuovo cimento delle societa italiana di fisic 
OCT 01 1994 v 109 n 10 Page 1123

AUTHOR(s):	Abe, Hiroshi Yoshida, Tetsuo Turuga, Kikuo
TITLE:	Piezoelectric-ceramic cylinder vibratory gyroscope.
In: Japanese journal of applied physics. part 1, r 
SEP 01 1992 v 31 n 9B Page 3061

AUTHOR(s):	Case, William B. Shay, Michael A.
TITLE:	On the interesting behavior of a gimbal-mounted gyroscope.
In: American journal of physics.
JUN 01 1992 v 60 n 6 Page 503

AUTHOR(s):	Zhuravlev, V.F.
TITLE:	Nutational self-oscillation of a free gyroscope.
In: Mechanics of solids.
1992 v 27 n 6 Page 11

AUTHOR(s):	Chang, C.O. Chou, C.S.
TITLE:	Partially Filled Nutation Damper for a Freely Processing
In: Journal of guidance, control, and dynamics. 
SEP 01 1991 v 14 n 5 Page 1046

AUTHOR(s):	Chang, C.O. Chou, C.S. Liu, L.Z.
TITLE:	Stability analysis of a freely precessing gyroscope
carrying a mercury ring damper.
In: Journal of sound and vibration.
MAY 08 1991 v 146 n 3 Page 491

AUTHOR(s):	Imanishi, Akira Maruyama, Koichi Midorikawa, Shoichi
TITLE:	Observation against the Weight Reduction of Spinning
In: Journal of the physical society of japan. 
APR 01 1991 v 60 n 4 Page 1150

AUTHOR(s):	Petry, Walter
TITLE:	Angular Momentum and Gyroscope in Flat Space-Time Theory of
In: Astrophysics and space science.
JAN 01 1991 v 175 n 1 Page 1

AUTHOR(s):	Zhivkov, A.I.
TITLE:	Geometry of invariant manifolds of a gyroscope in the field
of a quadratic potential.
In: Mathematics of the USSR: Izvestija.
1991 v 37 n 1 Page 227

AUTHOR(s):	Hayashi, Kenji Shirafuji, Takeshi
TITLE:	Frame-Dragging Precession of Orbiting Gyroscopes in New
General Relativity and Possible Violation of Equivalence Principle.
In: Progress of theoretical physics.
DEC 01 1990 v 84 n 6 Page 1074

AUTHOR(s):	El-Sabaa, F.M.
TITLE:	On the Periodic Motion of a Gyroscope Supported by Cardan
In: al-Majallah al-Arabiyah lil-ulum wa-al-handasa 
JUL 01 1990 v 15 n 3 Page 495

AUTHOR(s):	Moffat, J.W. Brownstein, J.R.
TITLE:	Spinning test particles and the motion of a gyroscope
according to the nonsymmetric gravitation theory. In: Physical review. D, 
Particles and fields. 
MAY 15 1990 v 41 n 10 Page 3111

AUTHOR(s):	Nitschke, J.M. Wilmarth, P.A.
TITLE:	Null result for the weight change of a spinning gyroscope.
In: Physical review letters.
APR 30 1990 v 64 n 18 Page 2115

AUTHOR(s):	Faller, J. E. Hollander, W. J. Nelson, P. G.
TITLE(s):	Gyroscope-weighing experiment with a null result.
In: Physical review letters.
FEB 19 1990 v 64 n 8 Page 825

AUTHOR(s):	Rumyantsev, V.V.
TITLE:	Stability of permanent rotations of a nonsymmetric
liquid-filled gyroscope.
In: Mechanics of solids.
1990 v 25 n 6 Page 1

AUTHOR(s):	Panayotounakos, D.E. Theocaris, P.S.
TITLE:	On the Decoupling and the Solutions of the Euler Dynamic
Equations Governing the Motion of a Gyroscope. In: Zeitschrift fur angewandte 
Mathematik und Mechan 
1990 v 70 n 11 Page 489

AUTHOR(s):	Hayasaka, Hideo Takeulchi, Sakae
TITLE:	Gravitation and Astrophysics.
Summary:	Anomalous weight reduction on a gyroscope's right rotations
around the vertical axis on the Earth.
In: Physical review letters.
DEC 18 1989 v 63 n 25 Page 2701

AUTHOR(s):	Laithwaite, Eric
TITLE:	Propulsion by Gyro.
Summary:	In an attempt to reveal the strange, hidden properties of
gyroscopes, Professor Eric Laithwaite explains the physics behind the idea 
that a propulsion system could be built using gyros.
In: Space. SEP 01 1989 v 5 n 5 Page 36

AUTHOR(s):	Vitale, S. Bonaldi, M. Falferi, P.
TITLE:	Magnetization by rotation and gyromagnetic gyroscopes.
Summary:	We discuss how the general phenomenon of magnetization by
rotation may be used probe the angular velocity of the laboratory with respect 
to a local frame of inertia. We show that gyroscope with no moving parts based 
on this pheno-
In: Physical review B: Condensed matter. 
JUN 01 1989 v 39 n 16 p B Page 11993

AUTHOR(s):	Aspden, H.
TITLE:	Anti Gravity Electronics.
Summary:	Reinterpretation of Newton's Third Law of Motion suggests
that it depends upon and electronic action. Electronic interaction therefore 
explains the paradoxical anti-gravity properties of the force processed 
gyroscope. In: Electronics & Wireless World.
JAN 01, 1989 v 95 n 1635 Page 29

AUTHOR(s):	Sachs, Mendel
TITLE:	The Precessional Frequency of a Gyroscope in the
Quaternionic Formulation of General Relativity. In: Foundations of physics.
JAN 01 1989 v 19 n 1 Page 105

AUTHOR(s):	Medvedev, A.V.
TITLE:	Motion of a rapidly run-up gyroscope acted upon by a
constant moment in a resistive medium.
In: Mechanics of solids.
1989 v 24 n 2 Page 21

AUTHOR(s):	Starzhinskii, V.M.
TITLE:	An exceptional case of motion of the Kovalevskaia
In: PMM, Journal of applied mathematics and mechanic 
1983 v 47 n 1 Page 134

AUTHOR:	Gray, Andrew, 1847-1925.
TITLE:	A treatise on gyrostatics and rotational motion; theory and
PUBL.:	New York, Dover Publications
FORMAT:	530 p. illus. 22 cm.
DATE:	1959

Perry, John
SPINNING TOPS AND GYROSCOPIC MOTION. By John Perry. Dover, 1957. 102 pages

Articles and Books by Kip Thorne:

AUTHOR:	Misner, Charles W.
TITLE:	Gravitation (by) Charles W. Misner, Kip S. Thorne (and) John
Archibald Wheeler.
PUBL.:	San Francisco, W. H. Freeman
FORMAT:	xxvi, 1279 p. illus. 26 cm. 1973
SUBJECT: Astrophysics, General relativity, Gravitation 

We study the propagator of a non-relativistic, non-interacting particle in any 
non-relativistic ``time-machine'' spacetime of the type shown in Fig. 1: an 
external, flat spacetime in which two spatial regions, V- at time t- and V+ at 
time t+, are connected by two temporal wormholes, one leading from the past 
side of V- to t the future side of V+ and the other from the past side of V+ 
to the future side of V-. We express the propagator explicitly in terms of 
those for ordinary, flat spacetime and for the two wormholes; and from that 
expression we show that the propagator satisfies completeness and unitarity in 
the initial and final ``chronal regions'' (regions without closed timelike 
curves) and its propagation from the initial region to the final region is 
unitary. However, within the time machine it satisfies neither completeness 
nor unitarity. We also give an alternative proof of initial-region-to-final-
region unitarity based on a conserved current and Gauss's theorem. This proof 
can be carried over without change to most any non-relativistic time-machine 
spacetime; it is the non-relativistic version of a theorem by Friedman, 
Papastamatiou and Simon, which says that for a free scalar field, quantum 
mechanical unitarity follows from the fact that the classical evolution 
preserves the Klein-Gordon inner product. 

AUTHOR(s):	Thorne, Kip S.
TITLE(s):	Gravitational-wave bursts with memory: The Christodoulou
In: Physical review. D, Particles and fields. 
JAN 15 1992 v 45 n 2 Page 520

AUTHOR(s):	Apostolatos, Theocharis A. Thorne, Kip S.
TITLE(s):	Rotation halts cylindrical, relativistic gravitational
In: Physical review. D, Particles and fields. 
SEP 15 1992 v 46 n 6 Page 2435

AUTHOR(s):	Echeverria, Fernando Klinkhammer, Gunnar Thorne, Kip S.
TITLE(s):	Billiard balls in wormhole spacetmes with closed timelike
curves: Classical theory.
In: Physical review. D, Particles and fields. 
AUG 15 1991 v 44 n 4 Page 1077

AUTHOR(s):	Eich, Chris Zimmermann, Mark E. Thorne, Kip S.
TITLE(s):	Giant and supergiant stars with degenerate neutron cores.
In: The astrophysical journal.
NOV 01 1989 v 346 n 1 p 1 Page 277

AUTHOR(s):	Frolov, Valery P. Thorne, Kip S.
TITLE(s):	Renormalized stress-energy tensor near the horizon of a
slowly evolving, rotating black hole
Summary:	The renormalized expectation value of the stress-energy
tensor ren of a quantum field in an arbitrary quantum state near the 
future horizon of a rotating (Kerr) black hole is derived in two very 
different ways: One derivation (restricted for simplicity to a massless scalar 
field) makes use of traditional techniques of quantum field theory in curved 
spacetime, augmented by a variant of the "ETA formalism " for handling 
superradiant modes. In: Physical review. D, Particles and fields. 
APR 15 1989 v 39 n 8 Page 2125

AUTHOR(s):	Kim, Sung-Won Thorne, Kip S.
TITLE(s):	Do vacuum fluctuations prevent the creation of closed
timelike curves?
In: Physical review. D, Particles and fields. 
JUN 15 1991 v 43 n 12 Page 3929

AUTHOR:	Thorne, Kip S.
TITLE:	Black holes and time warps : Einstein's outrageous legacy /
Kip S. Thorne.
PUBL.:	New York : W.W. Norton,
FORMAT:	619 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 1994
SERIES:	Commonwealth Fund Book Program (Series)
SUBJECT: Relativity, Astrophysics, Physics--Philosophy, Black holes 

AUTHOR:	Harrison, B. Kent.
TITLE:	Gravitation theory and gravitational collapse (by) B. Kent
Harrison, Kip S. Thorne, Masami Wakano (and) John Archibald Wheeler.
PUBL.:	Chicago, University of Chicago Press
FORMAT:	xvii, 177 p. illus. 25 cm. 1965
SUBJECT: Astrophysics, Gravitation

AUTHOR:	Thorne, Kip S.
TITLE:	Gravitational radiation : a new window onto the universe /
Kip S. Thorne, William R. Kenan, Jr.
PUBL.:	Cambridge, (Cambridgeshire) ; New York : Cambridge University
DATE:	1988
SUBJECT: Gravitational radiation

AUTHOR:	Braginskii, V. B. (Vladimir Borisovich
TITLE:	Quantum measurement / Vladimir B. Braginsky and Farid Ya.
Khalili ; edited by Kip S. Thorne.
PUBL.:	Cambridge (England) ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge
University Press,
SUBJECT: Quantum theory, Physical measurements 

AUTHOR:	Braginskii, V. B. (Vladimir Borisovich)
Sistemy s maloi dissipatsiei. English
TITLE:	Systems with small dissipation / V.B. Braginsky, V.P.
Mitrofanov, V.I. Panov ; edited by Kip S. Thorne and Cynthia Eller ; 
translated by Erast Gliner. PUBL.:	Chicago : University of Chicago Press,
FORMAT:	xii, 145 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. DATE:	1985
SUBJECT: Harmonic oscillators--Design and construction. 
Physical measurements
NOTES:	Translation of: Sistemy s maloi dissipatsiei.
Includes index.

Title: Black holes : the membrane paradigm / edited by 
Kip S. Thorne, Richard H. Price, Douglas A. Macdonald. Date/Source: New Haven 
: Yale University Press, 1986. -----------------------------------------------


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