We had to do a roller coaster project for Physics, getting the momentum at play, velocity achieved by the marble along with other things. It's still slightly a WIP, ...
This physics video tutorial explains how to solve the roller coaster problem using conservation of energy. It explains how to calculate the speed and height of the ...
From The Organic Chemistry Tutor
Marble roller coaster using Poly Tubing, 5/8" (16g) steel ball, and lots of patience. Track is approximately 19' long from start to finish and incorporates a 16"-long ...
From Robert Colosimo
Youth work together to build a roller coaster, testing and retesting to meet challenges, such as loops and multiple paths.
There is so much physics going on in the loop of a roller coaster. Angular velocity, centripetal acceleration, conservation of energy, and more! Using a Hot ...
From Arbor Scientific
Brian shows us several ways to make paper roller coaster track from graph paper.
From Paper Roller Coasters
Instructions on how to make paper roller coaster jumps, loops, corkscrews, and bumps.