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    m15 calculation of the moi

    مُساهمة من طرف teacher في الثلاثاء 15 يوليو 2008, 12:49 am

    Calculation of the MOI

    Calculation of the MOI

    In computation of the moment of inertia, one can replace the summation shown in [2] of Inertia Tensor by an integration over the body:
    where r = the perpendicular distance from the particle to the axis of rotation, and dm = the mass of the particle which is a function of the density.Thin Rod

    Let's now apply [1] to a thin uniform rod shown in Figure 1. The MOI of the rod about the Y axis is
    Figure 1
    where r = the density of the rod, m = the mass of the rod, and L = the length of the rod.
    Circular Ring

    The moment of inertia of the uniform circular ring shown in Figure 2 about the Z axis (the symmetry axis) is
    Figure 2
    where dl = the length of the arc formed by dq. [5] is also applicable to a circular cylinder.
    Circular Disc

    A uniform circular disc of radius R can be considered as a cascade of uniform circular rings as shown in Figure 3. Thus, from [5], the moment of inertia about the Z axis (the symmetry axis) becomes
    Figure 3
    [6] can be used in computing the MOI of a circular bar about its longitudinal axis as well.

    A uniform sphere can be considered as a cascade of uniform circular discs as shown in Figure 4. From [6], the moment of inertia about the vertical axis (Z axis) is
    Figure 4
    See BSP Equations for the moment-of-inertia equations for the geometric shapes commonly used in the human body modeling


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