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    Inertial "moment" of a solid given an inertia tensor

    Hi all, I am programming some software computing inertial forces of some moving structure. So far, the structure have been represented as a cloud of mass points. For each mass point, inertial forces are computed using some formulas like in this article...
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    Fictitious force is not conserved.

    Proof that Gravity is not a conserved force. Now as I earlier showed you that acceleration is independent of mass for fictitious forces like gravity. This research is intended to explain to the layman that Fictitious forces are not conserved. As we know F=ma and I showed that mass and...