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**Moment of Inertia**

Hello community members,

Can anyone let me know, the moment of Inertia formula (I) for a ring with inner radius (R) and height (h). Thickness can be considered (t).

Awating response...

Kind regar

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Hello community members,

Can anyone let me know, the moment of Inertia formula (I) for a ring with inner radius (R) and height (h). Thickness can be considered (t).

Awating response...

Kind regar

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Hi getneotome! Welcome to PF!

Do you mean a ring with inner radius R and outer radius R + h?

If so, just remember that Moment of Inertia is always additive, so you can just subtract the Moment of Inertia of a disc of radius R from the Moment of Inertia of a disc of radius R + h.

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Can anyone tell me the formula for Moment of Inertai (I) for a ring with inner radius of (R) and height (h) and thickness (t).

Awaiting response...

Kind regards..

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Hi getneotome!

Thanks for the PM, but the idea is that you show us what*you've* done.

Thanks for the PM, but the idea is that you show us what

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