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The rate of change of velocity of a body per unit of time.

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Tangential acceleration is acceleration parallel to the circular path. Since the velocity (this velocity is also in tangential direction) of the motorist is constant, there is no tangential … acceleration. Normal acceleration is acceleration perpendicular to the path; here it is the centripetal acceleration. …
answered Oct 28 '17 by kryomaxim
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The motor with high torque, because it holds for the torque $M = I a$ with angular acceleration $a$ and moment of inertia $I$. …
answered Dec 24 '16 by kryomaxim
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There are two fundamental equation for linear acceleration and angular acceleration; these are: $m \ddot{x} = F, \theta \ddot{\alpha} = M$. it holds further $M = (x-x_0) \times F$ for some center … of mass coordinate $x_0$. If you combine these equations you will get a relation between linear and angular acceleration. In the case of a yoyo you must add some kinematic conditions like $z = R \phi$ with the yoyo radius $R$, the height coordinate $z$ and the rotation angle $\phi$. …
answered Apr 23 '17 by kryomaxim