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How to calculate how much torque a given flywheel with a given moment of inertia I and angular velocity w will apply on a shaft (with given dimensions) its connected to ?

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How to calculate how much torque a given flywheel with a given moment of inertia I and angular velocity w will apply on a shaft (with given dimensions) its connected to ?

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The torque is just angular acceleration times moment of inertia. It is not a function of angular velocity.

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Thanks..

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