The Dynamics of Rotational Motion Calculator will calculate:
|The torque calculated by applying Newton's Second Law in the Rotational Motion is N×m|
|The angular momentum in rotational motion is kg∙m2/s|
|The work in rotational motion is J|
|The rotational kinetic energy is J|
|The rotational power is W|
|Define torque by applying Newton's Second Law in Rotational Motion calculation|
|τ = I × α|
L = ×
|Angular momentum in rotational motion calculation|
|L = I × ω|
L = ×
|Work in rotational motion calculation|
|Wrot = τ × φ|
Wrot = ×
|Rotational kinetic energy calculation|
|KErot = I × ω2/2|
KErot = × 2/2
KErot = × /2
KErot = /2
|Rotational power calculation|
|Prot = τ × ω|
Prot = ×
|Moment of inertia (I) kg∙m2|
|Angular acceleration (α) rad/s2|
|Angular velocity (ω) rad/s|
|Angular displacement (φ) rad|
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