|Dec16-12, 06:54 PM||#1|
Conservation of angular momentum
I am by now very used to the concept of conservation of momentum and energy, however i had never solved a problem using the conservation of angular momentum.
Well, in the case where angular momentum is conserved, we do not have a torque net. But, how this conservation law helps us to determine quantitatively ?
Could you illustrate the concept with an example?
Thank you very much.
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|Dec17-12, 09:30 AM||#2|
Here are some threads with examples:
3 of them are from the "similar threads for:"-feature, and I think you can find more with the search function.
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