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I wanna know how does this dynamic load helps in designing a robot?
Torque = alpha * I
isnt it I=mr^2Therefore, T=mr^2 * alpha
huh? in my torque formula i already have the angular acceleration (alpha)note: T=mr^2 * alpha
so basically you use the mr^2 * alpha equation for each point mass individually, then at the end you sum them all up . . .
Does that mean my total dynamic load is the sum of all the torque above?
If I reduced the point of mass for each component of the robot into a single point of mass and then I use the formula T=m*r^2 * angular acceleration, is it correct?
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