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It is worth it for you reading about differentiating vectors on rotating frames. http://envsci.rutgers.edu/~broccoli/dynamics_lectures/lect_06_dyn12_mom_eq_rot.pdf https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rotating_reference_frame#Time_derivatives_in_the_two_frames Appendix In addition, to prove equation (3.28) follow this answer ...
You just have to use the corresponding equations from Newton's law for rotating objects. So simply: Product rule dz/dt=ω×z
Consider a rod held vertically with a pivot at its base. If the rod is allowed to fall to one side each point on the rod turns through the same angle in a given amount of time. This is shown in the diagram bellow: To say otherwise would be against all experience. The definition of angular acceleration is the rate of change of angular velocity or the ...
L(angular momentum) = (moment of Inertia) x (angular velocity)
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