Experiment with paraconic pendulums during the Novemember 3, 1994 solar eclipse in Brazil

  title={Experiment with paraconic pendulums during the Novemember 3, 1994 solar eclipse in Brazil},
  author={L. A. Savrov},
  journal={Measurement Techniques},
  • L. Savrov
  • Published 1 June 1997
  • Physics
  • Measurement Techniques
The present article is the concluding article in a series discussing the results of the author's experiments with paraconic pendulums during solar eclipses from 1990 to 1994. During an eclipse, it is found that the rate of rotation of the pendulum's plane of oscillation increases in the same direction as the Foucault effect by a magnitude equal to that of the Foucault effect. However, all abnormal effects in the behavior of instruments during an eclipse are found to be at the level of… Expand
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