Acceleration power delta due to wheel mass delta
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SI unitswheel radius (without tire)0.31390735262cm less?
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wheel radius (with tire)0.3339073526
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mass of wheelset 1 g1400mass1kg1.4Initial Velocity11.17meters/swheel circumference 2.098
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mass of wheelset 2 g1750mass2kg1.75End Velocity15.6meters/svstart rotations per second5.324118208
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vend rotationas per second 7.435653003
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vstart radians/s (angular velocity)33.45239304
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kinetic energy 1 start (joules)87.33823ke1 end170.352vend radians/s (angular velocity)46.71954623
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kinetic energy 2 start (joules)109.1727875ke2 end212.94
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I10.06897647823
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rotational energy 1start (joules)38.59449854re1 end75.27803134I20.08622059779
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rotational energy 2start (joules)48.24312318re2 end94.09753918Assumes wheels are solid cylinders
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total energy 1 start (joules)125.9327285te1end245.6300313To assume all mass difference is in the rim
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total energy 2 start (joules)157.4159107te2end307.0375392
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energy delta 1 (joules)119.6973028iDelta136.6835328
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energy delta 2 (joules)149.6216285iDelta245.854416
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Time (seconds)10
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watt111.96973028iwatt13.66835328
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watt214.96216285iwatt24.5854416
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Total Power Difference-2.99243257
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Difference Due To Inertia-0.9170883201
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Difference Due to Mass-2.07534425
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