|Dec6-09, 03:20 AM||#1|
Distance and time required to stop a sliding unit?
A very heavy unit sitting on a plane at 1degree angle.... i checked that with friction only the unit will stop sliding
Vi = initial Velocity is 10m/hr
Vf = Final velocity is 0 (as it has stopped)
the question is hom much distance will it cover until stopping completely and how long will it take to stop.
Can anyone suggest a Software to model this?!?
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