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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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I am mounting a 15m telescope mast with 4" radius pole to a trailer with dimension 8 foot by 4 foot. The mast will have a payload located at its top of aprox 70kg. The entire
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