1. Weigh the test item and the test fixture to which it is mounted. The weight can be recorded in either conventional or metric measure. 2. Determine the center of gravity of the
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moments are defined as r x f. if you have member [x,y,z] and force [u,v,w] being applied to the end of it you take the cross product, [w*yv*z,U*zw*x,v*xu*y]. if the member and
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The formula for the moment of inertia for a sphere is T =
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You would have to calculate the bending moments from all the attachments etc. That would require a calculation of the drag coefficient of these objects and their individual moments.
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