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More Statics Physics 1425 Lecture 24 Michael Fowler, UVa
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Statics: Conditions for Equilibrium For any body, , the net force causes the CM to accelerate. Hence, if the body is remaining at rest, To eliminate angular acceleration, there must be zero torque about any axis. If all forces are in one plane, it’s enough to prove zero torque about one axis perpendicular to the plane: CM / i Mdv dt F = 0 i i F = 0 i i τ =
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