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nebbione

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I searched on the web and on my mechanics book but cannot find anything... does somebody know this curiosity ?

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nebbione

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I searched on the web and on my mechanics book but cannot find anything... does somebody know this curiosity ?

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Nessdude14

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Angular momentum (L) is given by:

[itex]\displaystyle L=Iω[/itex]

ω is angular velocity

and the moment of inertia (I) of a rigid body is given by:

[itex]\displaystyle I = \int^{m}_{0}r^{2}\delta m[/itex]

m is the mass of the rigid body, and r is the radius from the axis of rotation

So the angular momentum of a rigid body is:

[itex]\displaystyle L = ω \int^{m}_{0}r^{2}\delta m[/itex]

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Thank you very much!

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