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Muscles as spring...
« on: September 27, 2020, 03:32:14 AM »
.....or spring as muscle , at : https://www2.nau.edu/~sll/springs.htm
     If we mount  a spring on a ( constant length arm ) pendulum , we have :
     https://youtu.be/z6_NRNw88Jw
.....a variable length arm pendulum.
     If we mount a spring on a double pendulum...a.s.o.
     https://youtu.be/DVr7KnpDAOc
     https://youtu.be/PIWbW2co5mY
.....can we play a  possible "vivid" attachment/"help" of  rotational inertia ?
     Al_ex