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Please help me to clarify this situation:

There is a rotated wheel on a plan surface. What torque/power will be necessary to spring an obstacle with a concrete height.

For ex. here are some data:

1.Wheel mass 10 kg

2.Wheel radius 0,3 m

3.Rotation speed 100 RPM

4.Obstacle height 0,01 m

Which formulas must I use to determine torque/power to get the wheel rotating at that speed without obstacle, and how much must be increased these parameters to pass obstacle without slowly speed.

Here is an image, hope it will help to understand what I mean.

Thanks

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