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Old   September 13, 2006, 01:47
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Hi, Is it possible to compute the coefficient of viscous-torque (N.m.rad-1.s-1), which is supposed to slow down any rotor in a rotation. This cofficient K should appears in the following dynamic equation: J.d(omega)/dt = Torque - K.omega Thanks for your advices

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