- 1Q10. Moment of Inertia
- 1Q10.10
*Inertia Wands*Two wands with the same weight but different moments of inertia are used to demonstrate torque. - 1Q10.20
*Torsion Pendulum Inertia*Use the torsion pendulum to determine the moment of inertia. - 1Q10.30
*Ring, Disc, and Sphere*A ring, disc, and sphere – all of equal mass and diameter but unequal moment of inertia – are raced down an incline. - 1Q10.35
*All Discs Roll the Same*A set of discs of different diameters are rolled down an incline. - 1Q10.40
*Racing Discs*Two discs of identical mass, one weighted in the center and the other weighted at the rim, are rolled down an incline. - 1Q10.50
*Racing Cans*Two soup cans race down an incline. One is filled with mainly liquid and the other with mainly solid food. - 1Q10.55
*Weary Roller*Use container half-filled with rice. - 1Q10.56
*Viscosity*A raw egg in a torsion pendulum damps more quickly than a boiled egg due to internal friction.

- 1Q10.10
- 1Q20. Rotational Energy
- 1Q20.10
*Adjustable Angular Momentum*A pulley-mounted rod and two weights can be calibrated to display varying moments of inertia. - 1Q20.30
*Rolling Spool*A spool rolled down an incline on its axle takes off when it reaches the bottom and rolls on its rim. - 1Q20.41
*Rolling Up an Incline*A roller is timed as it rolls up an incline under a constant torque produced by a cord wrapped around the axle to a hanging weight.

- 1Q20.10
- 1Q30. Transfer of Angular Momentum
- 1Q30.10
*Passing The Wheel*Pass a bicycle wheel back and forth to a person on a rotating stool. - 1Q30.20
*Drop Sandbags*A person on a rotating stool holds out sandbags and drops them. - 1Q30.30
*Catch The Bag On The Stool*Sit on the rotating stool and catch a heavy ball at arms length. - 1Q30.40
*Drop A Jug On A Rotating Platform*Swirl a jug of water and then place it on a turntable that can rotate. Loss of angular momentum of the water results in a gain of angular momentum of the turntable.

- 1Q30.10
- 1Q40. Conservation of Angular Momentum
- 1Q40.12
*Rotating Platform and Dumbbells*Demonstrate different moments of inertia with a student on a rotating platform. - 1Q40.23
*Centrifugal Governor*A centrifugal governor is used to demonstrate balance of forces.

- 1Q40.12
- 1Q50. Gyros
- 1Q50.10
*Precessing Top*A top is hand spun to show precession due to gravitational torque. - 1Q50.20
*Bicycle Wheel Gyro*Spin a bicycle wheel mounted on a long axle. - 1Q50.21
*Bicycle Wheel Gyroscope*A spinning bicycle wheel is held up by a wire. - 1Q50.24
*Walking the Wheel*A spinning bicycle on a short axle dangles from a string held in the hand. Try to apply a torque that will bring the axle to a horizontal position. - 1Q50.30
*MITAC Gyro*A commercial motorized gyro on gimbals. - 1Q50.35
*Gyro in Gimbals*Push a cart with a gyro around the room. - 1Q50.40
*Suitcase Gyro*Spin up a flywheel hidden in a suitcase and have a student turn around with it. - 1Q50.41
*Feel of a Gyro*Hold a heavy gyro outfitted with good handles. - 1Q50.45
*Air Bearing Gyro*gsg - 1Q50.60
*Gyro on Turntable*A gyro in a gimbal sits on a rotating table. - 1Q50.95
*Air Bearing Maxwell’s Top*Plans for an air bearing Maxwell’s top resting on a 2″ diameter ball with matching air bearing cup with tangential air jets to provide torque.

- 1Q50.10
- 1Q60. Rotational Stability
- 1Q60.25
*Euler’s Disk*A look at the motion of a spinning disk on a smooth surface.

- 1Q60.25