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Development of Roller Coaster Rides
From a basic point of view, the roller coaster ride is nothing more than a machine which uses gravity and inertia to move the train along the orbit. In the early days of roller coaster, there was only wooden roller coaster, but today, there are more different types of roller coaster rides which made by metal and steel which including hanging roller coasters, suspended roller coaster, shuttle roller coasters and some small size roller coasters.
Details of Roller Coaster Rides You Can Buy
The basic roller coaster structure mainly consists of climbing, slipping and reversing. Design of the roller coaster track is not necessarily a complete loop. It can also be designed to move the roller coaster car in orbit on the track. Most of the roller coaster cars can accommodate 2 people, 4 people or 6 people and 8 people. These cars are hooked together like a train.
The vertical stand of the roller coaster is a centrifuge device. When the train approaches the loop, the inertia speed of the passenger is directed straight ahead. However, the carriage has been traveling along the track, so that passenger’s body can not move in a straight line. Gravity then pushes the passenger in the direction of the floor. The passenger’s own outward inertial force that allows the passenger to stay firmly at the bottom of the car even when the head is facing down. Of course, passengers need some kind of safety gear to ensure their safety, but in most big loops, passengers will stay in the car with or without protective gear.
As the roller coaster train moves along the loop, the resultant force acting on the passengers is constantly changing. At the bottom of the loop, because the acceleration is upward. The support of the track to the tourists is greater than the gravity. At this time, the tourists can feel the phenomenon of being overweight. That is, they feel particularly heavy. When all the way up the loop, gravity pushes the passenger in the direction of the floor. So passengers will feel the gravity pushing you in the direction of the seat.
At the top of the loop, the passengers are completely reversed. The gravity pointing to the ground and the downward support of the track want to pull the passenger out of the seat. But the support force and gravity are only balanced with the centrifugal force, which provides the centrifugal force required for the movement. If the speed of the flying car is small and the centrifugal force generated is less than the gravity, the speed of the flying car will fall. Therefore, a certain speed is required at the top of the loop to ensure safety. At the same time, due to the existence of centrifugal force, part of the gravity is offset, so the passengers will less weight and feel the body becomes extremely light. When the roller coaster train leaves the loop and travels in the horizontal direction, the passengers will return to the original gravity.
The charm of the big loop is that it has a rich element in a short track. In a matter of seconds, the force acting on the passengers constantly changes, allowing people to experience a variety of different feelings. When these forces act on various parts of the body, the eyes will see the whole world fall over. For many roller coaster rides passengers, at the top of the loop is the most exciting moment of the entire operation, people will feel light as features, only see the sky in the eyes.
In a large loop, the strength of the vertical acceleration is determined by two factors: the speed of the roller coaster train and the angle of the curve. When the roller coaster train enters the loop, it has the greatest kinetic energy, that is, it moves at the fastest speed. At the top of the loop, gravity has reduced the speed of the train to a certain extent, so the train has more potential energy, but the kinetic energy is reduced, that is, it moves at a lower speed, but the speed cannot be lower than a certain safety. The speed of travel.
The roller coaster designers first used a rounded loop. In this design, the corner angle along the way is a constant. In order to generate enough vertical acceleration at the top of the loop to force the train against the track, the designer must let the train enter the loop at a fairly fast speed (so that the train can travel fast at the top of the loop). Faster speeds mean that passengers are subjected to greater force as they enter the loop, which can be uncomfortable for passengers.
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