## Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volume 266Pergamon Press, 1958 Vols. 1-69 include more or less complete patent reports of the U. S. Patent Office for years 1825-1859. cf. Index to v. 1-120 of the Journal, p. [415] |

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**platform**as an angular velocity resolver . In this case the**platform**is aligned approximately in azimuth , and leveled accurately using gravity as a reference . The computer applies Earth rates about the x and z axes computed from the ...Page 380

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**platform**is rotating without the necessity of using a set of Euler angles to represent the**platform**misorientation . For this example the initial values of the ' s are $ z ( 0 ) . 0x0 = = 20 0,0 = 0 , and 20 фио The equations for the ...Page 387

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**platform**drift . In order to put the least possible load on the bearing , the gyro rotor and inner gimbal are often ...**platform**rotation about its spin axis it could control**platform**rotation about two axes perpendicular to each other ...### Contents

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Effects of Unipolar Air Ions on Microorganisms and on Evaporation | 9 |

Plastics in the Space Age JOHN H Lux | 21 |

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