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Rotational mechanics

  1. Nov 20, 2007 #1
    plz help me in solving ratational mechanics :uhh:. i am not able to understand where to apply moment of interia or torque acting on the body???:confused:

    i am a dropper & rotational is very important from iit(competitive exam) view. plzz help:frown
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  3. Nov 20, 2007 #2


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    1. No one can help you if you do not have a SPECIFIC question.

    2. You should not expect a WHOLE LESSON on rotational mechanics on a public forum that you could have received in a class or from a textbook.

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  4. Nov 20, 2007 #3


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    So, if I have understood you correctly, you do not understand where a particular force acts.

    This will usually be given, but it is helpful to remember that a force that acts equally strong on all parts of an object, like gravity and any fictititious forces, therefore can be regarded to act upon the centre of mass of the object.
  5. Jul 14, 2009 #4
    you should be particular in your question.Any way try basic problems from HC VERMA before you go to advanced level.
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