If a cylindrical rocket ship with a diameter of about 350 meters were spinning on its long axis, would more than just the interior surface of the outer hull have artificial gravity?
The ships decks are oriented from nose to engine (like in The Expanse) and each deck has multiple rooms and corridors. If the ship were abandoned and spinning, would other walls or surfaces also have some gravity, or would it only be the outermost surfaces of the ship?
If the ship instead were spinning end over end, would this provide gravity in the proper orientation? Or would it only be concentrated near the nose and engines, with weightlessness in the center?
Essentially what I need is for the abandoned ship to have some sort of artificial gravity to prevent what is found aboard from floating around everywhere. It doesn’t need to be a full G, just enough to keep objects in place. I’m open to any other way to achieve this, if possible.