Subject: Does a rolling wheel deform due to a zero velocity contact point?
Date: Wed Dec 30 14:20:07 1998
Posted by Pete Karpius
Grade level: grad (science)
School: Cornell University MEng graduated 5/96
City: Los Gatos State/Province: CA
Country: No country entered.
Area of science: Physics
That is to say, for rolling to occur the point where the wheel
touches the ground must have an instantaneous velocity of zero.
The rest of the wheel is still moving, so what happens to the
Re: Does a rolling wheel deform due to a zero velocity contact point?
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