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A Physics project...

JoeSep Linux

on 23 September 2012

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Transcript of Beyblade

what is a beyblade??? BEYBLADE... Beyblade is a line of high-performance spinning top toys originally developed and manufactured by Takara and Hasbro starring in 2000 A beyblade is: Both the toys and their name were inspired by "Beigoma", a traditional spinning top. A small but heavy disk shaped toy of approximately 3cm in diameter, it is spun by wrapping a thin 60 cm cord around it, then throwing it while releasing the cord to spin it onto a surface such as matting spread across the top of a barrel. Features: Goal
Be the first player to score 7 points or more. How to battle
Both players begin with the signal, "3, 2, 1, - LET IT RIP!"{Go Shoot!}
At the signal both players launch their Beys into the Beystadium.
One launch per battle; battle ends when one Bey stops spinning. Scoring
If your top spins longer than your opponent, you score 1 point. This is called a Sleep Out.
If you touch your opponent during their launch, your opponent scores 1 point.
If you don't launch your Bey successfully into the stadium you lose 1 point.
If your Bey gets trapped in a penalty pocket, your opponent scores 2 points.
If you touch the stadium during battle, your opponent scores 3 points and the battle is immediately over.
Compete in multiple battles until one player scores 7 or more points. Parts of a Beyblade Bit Beast: A decorative plate inserted into the Fusion Ring of the Beyblade, adorned with a small icon of a mythical creature. In the anime, these creatures' souls were actually housed in the Beyblades themselves.
Attack Ring: The Atack Ring determines the blade's effect when it impacts against its opponent, as this is normally the first part to come into contact with the opposing blade.
Weight Disk: The Weight Disk affects the power and speed of the Beyblade.
Blade Base: The Blade Base determines the direction of the Beyblade's rotation; either clockwise (right) or counterclockwise (left).
Tip: The tip determines how the Beyblade spins, and also affects its movement pattern. The Performance tip is attached to the Blade Base. "small attack ring, heavier weight disk" Physics Behind Centripetal acceleration is the product of the square of the angular velocity and the radius.

Thus, radius is inversely proportional to the square of the angular velocity. Meaning, as radius is decreased (smaller weight disk), velocity increases -- making the beyblade move faster and perhaps last longer.

The issue on the heavier weight disk isn't related to velocity. If you were to derive it, you'd eventually arrive with mass being inversely related to velocity. Meaning, greater mass, slower motion. Instead, heavier weight disks make beyblades "more stable and...harder to knock out of the dish". A = w r c 2 children like it
will hold kids attention for sometime
multi-player game
no batteries
interchangeable Advantages: Disadvantages: some parts breack easily
can damage furnitures
small parts may be eaten by kids if not watched
not recommended for children below 5yrs. old Thank You For Listening
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