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

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
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
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