WHY DOES NOT BYCYCLE FALL WHEN IT RUNNING CONDITION ?
WHEN IT FALL WHITOUT STAND. WHY ?
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Answer / a n v rao
the bycycle moves always in a curved path (radius will too
large) to produce a centripetal force acting at the CG of
the combined rider's body and cycle in such a way that it
overcomes the topling moment. That's why when you try ride
the cycle very very slow, the handle needs to be adjusted
rapidly there by reducing the radius of curved path which
results in large centrifugal force. If no there is no
farward velocy, the cycle cannot be held in stable condition.
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Briefly because of the law of consevation of angular
momentum of the bicycle wheels. When ridig bicycle, we
transfer our weight continuously on both side of the bicycle
at a rapid speed. This produces a dynamic equillibrium which
prevents gravity to distort the balance of the bicycle.
When its not in motion, there is no question of conserving
any momentum, and it falls merely under the force of gravity.
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