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Quantity causing acceleration in the state space of a mechanical system.

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I think you probably need to learn more about simulation before you proceed. Otherwise you will not be able to choose a good one, nor set the parameters of operation which will give valid results. Re …
answered Apr 20 '16 by hauptmech
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You can find equations for the inertia of a cylinder on Wikipedia. Using the equations for a solid cylinder will give similar results as if you calculated or measured the exact inertia of all the sub …
answered Mar 26 '18 by hauptmech
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If you only use Newton's second law, you'll get pretty close in your analysis. $\sum F = m a$ $\sum M = I \alpha$ Using only the first equation and the idea that a torque is a force at a distance …
answered Oct 14 '16 by hauptmech