Centre of gravity and moment of Inertia hand written notes
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Centroid
Moment of Inertia
Product of Inertia
Parallel axis Theorem
Perpendicular axis theorem
Properties of plan areas
Principal axes and principal moments of inertia
Rotation of axes
The centroid, or center of gravity, of any object is the point within that object from which the force of gravity appears to act. • An object will remain at rest if it is balanced on any point along a vertical line passing through its center of gravity.
Moment of Inertia  It is a measure of an object’s resistance to changes to its rotation. Also defined as the capacity of a crosssection to resist bending. . It must be specified with respect to a chosen axis of rotation. • It is usually quantified in m4 or kgm2.
Centroid
Moment of Inertia
Product of Inertia
Parallel axis Theorem
Perpendicular axis theorem
Properties of plan areas
Principal axes and principal moments of inertia
Rotation of axes
The centroid, or center of gravity, of any object is the point within that object from which the force of gravity appears to act. • An object will remain at rest if it is balanced on any point along a vertical line passing through its center of gravity.
Moment of Inertia  It is a measure of an object’s resistance to changes to its rotation. Also defined as the capacity of a crosssection to resist bending. . It must be specified with respect to a chosen axis of rotation. • It is usually quantified in m4 or kgm2.
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