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Author Topic: Lorentz force VS Centrifugal force. WM2D simulation show overunity of infinity.  (Read 11456 times)

Offline mindsweeper

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Hi Broli,

I'm trying to get my head round this but the sim throws up an error.

I added two torque switches and can now briefly switch them on and back off, very interesting results with only a few seconds of applied torque, no errors.

But does that interfere with the overall simulation?


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Offline broli

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No it does not. Thanks for the addition as it slows things down a bit. It still throws an error though when the acceleration reaches infinity :p. But it's more controlled now. I think I'll write up a legend for all the parameters that are shown because I know it's very confusing to understand it all in wm2d code language.

Offline konduct

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wow, I wonder if you have read any of my posts on the motor we have built.


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