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Assuming the electric motors are perfectly synced-up, would using multiple motors effectively split the inertia loads evenly among the 2/3/4 motors?

Correct me if I'm wrong, but with the equation 1/2Mr^2 for inertia loads, each motor is essentially responsible for moving half the mass (or 1/3, 1/4 and so on and so forth), it seems the inertia would logically also be cut by the same ratio.

Thanks in advanced for any help!

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# Inertia Matching with TWO or more motors

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