the science of coasters

Saturday, November 3, 2001 7:00 AM
ahoy there!
Do any of you peoples know i good site with information on the physics/science of coasters? I have a project due on tuesday on coasters for science class, and i need some info. thanks!

*** This post was edited by PKDStar01 on 11/3/2001. ***

Saturday, November 3, 2001 7:25 AM
There is no "science of coasters." The science that coasters operate on is physics, however. Any good physics book or website can help you.

If you have time, go pick up the book "Roller Coaster." I forgot the author, but it's copyright 1998, and has a chapter about the physics.
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*** This post was edited by TrBiggar on 11/3/2001. ***

Saturday, November 3, 2001 7:29 AM
here is a page from the old thrillride site. it has everything that you need to get an A on your report

Saturday, November 3, 2001 7:52 AM
If you need some examples of how math relates to coasters, then look in your math book.  My Algebra 2 book years ago had some rollercoaster problems in it.

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