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Chrono-track: Inertia issue




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Unread post Fri Nov 11, 2016 12:48 am

Chrono-track: Inertia issue

For information of people who choose Chrono-track:

Even if your body is modeled as a rod with zero-diameter - its inertia about the longitudinal axis cannot be zero!!! Just set it to a number that is a couple of orders smaller than inertia about other axes.
If you set it to zero - Chrono will return NaN while calculating (e.g.) positions.


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Unread post Fri Nov 11, 2016 6:37 pm

Re: Chrono-track: Inertia issue

Michal - thanks for posting this...

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