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losbellos

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- An other angular momentum problem, code included that runs in a browser. Press F12 for more info.

Hello, simplified the Angular momentum problem that comes up when i try to solve a mass moving inward or outwards and it does not conserver the angular momentum properly. I have tried this is many software by now, or by someone else and we all have found that there is no angular momentum conservation that can be called valid.

So I wrote some equations and try to write my onw solver but could not solve for a valid force (or torque) that would accelerate and decelerate considering the mass differences (frame and moving in mass), location, time, accel etc...

I wonder anyone can present a simple code that can actually prove that angular momentum conservation valid in a simple case.. I'd say two point is good enough...Here is my code have a look at it if you like.

Also please advise if you ever used any software and was validated that in simple problems like this conserves the angular momentum...

https://files.fm/u/zgjafqaxa

So I wrote some equations and try to write my onw solver but could not solve for a valid force (or torque) that would accelerate and decelerate considering the mass differences (frame and moving in mass), location, time, accel etc...

I wonder anyone can present a simple code that can actually prove that angular momentum conservation valid in a simple case.. I'd say two point is good enough...Here is my code have a look at it if you like.

Also please advise if you ever used any software and was validated that in simple problems like this conserves the angular momentum...

https://files.fm/u/zgjafqaxa

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