Hannay angle

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In classical mechanics, the Hannay angle is a mechanics analogue of the whirling Geometric phase (or Berry phase). It was named after John Hannay of the University of Bristol, UK.

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The Foucault pendulum is an example from classical mechanics that is sometimes used to illustrate the Berry phase.

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