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Author: s_noonan

Group: Technical

Filesize: 196.53 kB

Date added: 2018-12-01

Rating: 5

Downloads: 232

Views: 73

Comments: 2

Ratings: 1

Times favored: 0

Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0

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See Contact Mechanics and Elastic Compression Calculator, Case 2: Sphere in Contact with Plane

Rev A: Added GUI.
Rev B: Changed ball size display box to a text entry box.
Last edited at 2019/02/16 13:58:44 by s_noonan
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I'm not an M.E., and so this kind of tool is not very useful to me, but I can still appreciate the overall quality of the scene and the excellent coding (as usual).

Just curious: I see that you used Imperial units in your calculations, but I do not see any conversion code to adjust for the metric diameter of the circle. Did you miss that, or am I just not looking in the right place?

Overall, nice work! :tup:
Thanks Xray,

1 m = 1 inch.
1 N = 1 pound.

Gravity is off, so I don't have to worry about body forces.