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Motion Along a Defined Path
A new repository upload provides a general solution for a many motion problems and it is very easy to customise. Typical applications include:
- Calculate velocity and accelerations acting on a rollercoaster.
- Calculate cornering accelerations of a car moving along a twisting road.
- Calculate stopping distances.
Use the XLC animator to view the solution.
Two movies have been added to help you use the calculation:
The following uploads earned free XLC Pro subscriptions:
Alex Tomanavich updates his popular calculation FOOTINGS.xls