Fictious force: Cylinder on an Accelerating Plankby Leb Tags: accelerating, cylinder, fictious, force, plank 

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Feb2412, 03:53 PM


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Feb2412, 04:42 PM

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Hi Leb!
s = rθ 



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Feb2412, 05:03 PM

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Thanks tinytim !
It was strange to see an alpha instead of omega, but since the author was at times using random notation (such a ro, for distance and w for density...) made me forget about usual notation:) 


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