1D50.26 - Conical Pendulum - Flying Pig on a String
- John J. Lynch, "The Conical Pendulum Driven with a LEGO® Stepper Motor", TPT, Vol. 56, #6, Sept. 2018, p. 398.
- Jeffrey Wetherhold, "A Toy Airplane for Projectile - Motion Experiments", TPT, Vol. 39, #2, Feb. 2001, p. 116.
- H. Brinkman, S. Otter, and Guenter Schwarz, "Electrically Stimulated Conical Pendulum Showing the Particle Acceleration in an Isochronous Cyclotron", AJP, Vol. 35, #11, Nov. 1967, p. ix, also Apparatus Notes, July 1965-December 1972, p. 51.
- Jodi and Roy McCullough, "Circular Motion", The Role of Toys in Teaching Physics", p. 3.9.
- Anthony P. Mazza, William E. Metcalf, Anthony D. Cinson, and John J. Lynch, "The Conical Pendulum: The Tethered Aeroplane", Physics Education, Vol. 42, #1, Jan. 2007, p. 62.
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