VEEM Gyro whitepaper uses F1 analogy to Demonstrate Leading Torque

By July 7, 2016 July 17th, 2017 No Comments

We are often asked how the VEEM Gyro range generates so much more stabilising torque per unit of angular momentum, than its closest competitors.

An automotive analogy may assist in explaining how this works. We considered gyro stabiliser nameplate angular momentum in the same way as a racing car engine’s capacity can be described by its nameplate swept volume. In both cases, the nameplate figures tell only a small part of the story of how exceptional performance is engineered.

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