I have a blower within a system, and I'm trying to calculate the system inertia. I'd like to get the moment of inertia for this component as would be seen by the shaft. It's shape has me a little stumped (considered perpendicular axis theorem) on what method to use for finding the inertia. Any direction to help get me started would be much appreciated. See the image attached.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Moment of Inertia for a blower

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