Let's picture a Rolling without slipping Wheel, that constantly accelerates. radius of a wheel/circle is $r$.
Basically any wheel of a vehicle is rotating around its fixed axis - AoR -(axis of rotation)
Most of the times wheels have this AoR perfectly in the center of the circle/wheel/cylinder. What I want to understand is how can we describe the torque at the point $C$?
Because as I understand we could go about finding torque for the center of the circle - point $O$.
I am not sure if it's possible to find the torque for the point $C$, and the point $P$ that is point on a line tangent to the circle on the surface level.