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Physical Education and Health. Human Movement BIOMECHANICS Magnus Effect. MAGNUS EFFECT. Magnus Force – the lift force generated by a spinning ball. Magnus Effect – deviation in the direction of a spinning object towards the direction of the spin .

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physical education and health

Physical Education and Health

Human Movement

BIOMECHANICS

Magnus Effect

magnus effect
MAGNUS EFFECT
  • Magnus Force – the lift force generated by a spinning ball.
  • Magnus Effect – deviation in the direction of a spinning object towards the direction of the spin
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A spinning object increases the speed of the fluid on one side and decreases it on the other.

  • Bernoulli’s principle states this will generate lift.
  • The Magnus force created causes the object to deviate in the direction of the spin. This is known as the Magnus effect.
surface unevenness
Surface Unevenness
  • Cricket ball – players will polish one side of the ball to assist in movement of the ball.
  • The air will flow uninterrupted over the smooth side of the ball. Turbulent air is at lower pressure the smooth so this difference will cause the ball to swing.