
#1
Nov1712, 06:54 PM

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Basically, for a standard flywheel (heavy Metal disc), Is its moment of inertia a fixed internal quantity for that flywheel which doesnt change dependent on angular velocity etc?




#2
Nov1712, 09:26 PM

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P: 22,008

Correct, it is a function of mass and geometry.



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