The occasional one... Location: nottingham Member Since: 30th Mar 2001 Total posts: 445
Posted:a few days ago i posted a topic on a small project that i was doing... finding the forces in poi.. i have just posted the first draft of it so go take a look, if you want to use it you will need to know the weight of your poi and the length, and the number of turns per second while you are spinning. This will give you a reasnable estimate to the forces in poi. feel free to change it and i will upload them onto the site... and if you have any other ideas for it fwd them to me please,thanks... Enjoy - Angus------------------moo? ... is that it?
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One Tyred Guy Location: Camaiore, Lu, Italy Member Since: 13th May 2001 Total posts: 203
Posted:Wow, Great Job! The math all checks out! [You may want to tweak your significant figures though. One or two decimal places should be sufficient. It turns out your kg conversion has 11 sig figs but is only accurate to 4.]Go Physics!
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