2006, J. Gordon Leishman, Principles of Helicopter Aerodynamics, page 197:
On a rotor, Coriolis forces will appear whenever there is a radial lengthening or shortening of the blade about the rotational axis, which will be a result of blade flapping or bending.
2013, C. H. Townes, A.L. Schawlow, Microwave Spectroscopy, page 30,
These terms are generally thought of as due to Coriolis forces, and represent a coupling of the modes of vibration ω2 and ω3Coriolis forces in the rotating molecule. The Coriolis force is a fictitious force which must be introduced if mechanical motion is studied in a rotating coordinate system and the rotation is otherwise overlooked.
2013, Jack Williams, The AMS Weather Book: The Ultimate Guide to America's Weather, page 56:
First, we'll look at a simplified picture of how the pressure gradient and Coriolis forces affect an air parcel high above the ground.