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There is a wheel (attached to an axel and the weight and the center of mass of both wheel and axel is known).

There is a defined constant force (F) acting on the wheels center of mass and the friction force is also known (the coefficient of friction and the normal force).

The question is:

Considering the known / defined forces (F and friction force) acting on the wheel, the mass of / on the wheel and the radius of the wheel as well as I (moment of inertia) of the wheel;

what will the wheels angular velocity be ?

or a nother wa of saying it, what will the wheels linear velocety be ?

Anyone know the answer

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# Find angular velocity of a wheel

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