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So I've just been a bit confused over the concept of rounding curves and accelerating. Obviously its commonly understood that you need an acceleration to maintain a constant speed when rounding a curve, such as turning a vehicle right, left, or making a u turn.
Can anyone help explain why there needs to be some sort of acceleration to round a curve at a constant speed? You can't really round a curve at all with zero acceleration either.
Can anyone help explain why there needs to be some sort of acceleration to round a curve at a constant speed? You can't really round a curve at all with zero acceleration either.