Author Topic: 3D rotational pendulum also known as Furuta's pendulum by Francisco Esquembre  (Read 19222 times)

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3D rotational pendulum also known as Furuta's pendulum by Francisco Esquembre

Rotational Pendulum
This simulation displays a 3D rotational pendulum, also known as Furuta's pendulum.

though i just add this for Paco since his copy http://fem.um.es/Ejs/EjsExamples3.3/Simulations/RotationalPendulum.html
is not highly search-able at Google

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The above simulation can be found at RotationalPendulum

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Also a modified version can be found at Simple Examples for beginner who want to learn EJS

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good work