What are centrifuges?

Some articles on centrifuges, centrifuge:

Laboratory Centrifuge - Types
... extracts There are different types of laboratory centrifuges Microcentrifuges (devices for small tubes from 0.2 ml to 2.0 ml (micro tubes), up to 96 well-plates, compact design, small ... There are different providers of laboratory centrifuges like Eppendorf, Thermo-Heraeus, Thermo-Sorvall, Hettich, Beckmann-Coulter, MSE, Sigma and AWEL International ...
Zippe-type Centrifuge - Global Usage
... at least three countries with Zippe-type centrifuges ... Pakistan's atomic bomb program developed the P1 and P2 centrifuges—the first two centrifuges that Pakistan deployed in large numbers ... The P1 centrifuge uses an aluminum rotor, and the P2 centrifuge uses a maraging steel rotor, which is stronger, spins faster, and enriches more uranium per machine than the P1 ...
Centrifuge - Uses - Isotope Separation
... Other centrifuges, the first being the Zippe-type centrifuge, separate isotopes, and these kinds of centrifuges are in use in nuclear power and nuclear ... Gas centrifuges are used in uranium enrichment ... uranium-238) in the uranium hexafluoride gas tends to concentrate at the walls of the centrifuge as it spins, while the desired uranium-235 isotope is ...
Centrifuge - Uses - Aeronautics and Astronautics
... Human centrifuges are exceptionally large centrifuges that test the reactions and tolerance of pilots and astronauts to acceleration above those experienced ... at Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico operates a human centrifuge ... The centrifuge at Holloman AFB is operated by the aerospace physiology department for the purpose of training and evaluating prospective fighter pilots ...
Kinesia - Types - Motion Is Felt But Not Seen - Centrifuges
... Rotating devices such as centrifuges used in astronaut training and amusement park rides such as the Rotor, Mission Space and the Gravitron can cause motion sickness in many ... While the interior of the centrifuge does not appear to move, one will experience a sense of movement ... is in the direction away from the center of the centrifuge rather than the true downward direction ...