Centripetal acceleration is the product of the square of angular velocity and radius of a circular path. Formula Derivation, Definition, Unit, dimension, concept.
Angular Momentum: is the product of the moment of inertia and angular acceleration. Definition, unit, formula, dimension, concept.
Definition of Moment of Inertia: The sum of the products of the mass of each particle in the body with the square of its distance from the axis of rotation expresses a body’s tendency to resist angular acceleration. Unit is kg m^2. Dimension [ML^2].
Torque: Torque is the product of force and moment arm. It is a vector quantity. The unit of torque is Newton-meter (N-m)
If forces act on a finite size body they may produce a turning effect. This effect is measured by the moment of the force. This is distinct from a body’s tendency to move or translate in the force’s direction. Its unit is N-m.
Angular acceleration: The time rate of change of angular velocity. The common unit is angle per second squared.
The rate of rotation of an object or a particle around a centre or a specified point in a given time period is called angular velocity. Angular Velocity Theory concept example unit dimension and formula for classes 9 10 11 and 12.
What is speed and Velocity? What is the difference between speed and velocity. A concept of speed and velocity for class 9,10 and 11 students as well as comprehensive general knowledge for aspirants for competitive govt. job exams.