is a modified (by centrifugal accelerations) gravitational potential ''measured'' in the rotating frame.8 In this way gravitational and centrifugal accelerations can be conveniently combined in to a ''measured'' gravity, V$. This is discussed in Section 6.6.4 at some length in the context of experiments with a parabolic rotating surface (GFD Lab IV).

Coriolis acceleration

The first term on the right hand side of Eq. 6-28 is the ''Coriolis acceleration.''9 It describes a tendency for fluid parcels to turn, as shown in Fig. 6.10 and investigated

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