How do magnetic flywheels work

Flywheels, mass balancing, vibrations and regulators

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Summary

Infinite connecting rod length (case of the slider crank). According to Vol. I, p. 606, the representation of the acceleration results bu = υ2/R. · Cosα For L. = ∞ a straight line.

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