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Euler Angles: Precession, Nutation, and Spin
Here a gyroscope is used to illustrate the Euler angles in a 3-2-3 rotation. The outer ring is fixed in space. The angles are generally designated
,
,
or
,
,
.
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Kevin Hernandez
Based on a program by:
Sándor Kabai
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Euler Angles: Precession, Nutation, and Spin
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Published: March 16, 2011
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