inertia tensor

inertia tensor

[i′nər·shə ‚ten·sər]
(mechanics)
A tensor associated with a rigid body whose product with the body's rotation vector yields the body's angular momentum.
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The figure 4 a) is a given a snapshot using 3D CAD system SolidWorks for calculation of the centre of gravity and moment of inertia tensor.
In general, these attitude evolutions are expected to be irregular, strongly depending onthe inertia tensor of the object and influenced by the environment.
Details of Calculating the Moment of Inertia Tensor
outlined a handful of modern approaches to inertia parameter identification, including "modal methods," which derive the entire inertia tensor of an object by attempting to excite it at its rigid body modes [5].
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Inertia tensor as a way of feature vector definition for one-dimensional signatures.
ij] are the geometrical inertia tensor components of the disperse element which, of course, depend on its shape.
Week 5: Rigid rotation in 3D, parallel axis theorem, body frame & fixed frame, rotational kinetic energy & the inertia tensor, angular momentum.
A third coordinate system, called the reference frame, is defined relative to the world frame and is used as the base system for the calculation of the inertia tensor of the complex object and its primitive components.
Automatic calculation of mass and inertia tensor for ensuring accurate models