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The ultimate goal of modeling a dynamic system is to produce equations of motion that may be used for simulation and analysis. These equations can be produced by relying on either Newtonian dynamics or analytical dynamics such as Lagrange s equations of motion Layton (1998). In the case of the former, the basic approach is to use Newton s second law to relate force and acceleration; in the latter, the basic equations of motion are derived from expressions of the kinetic and potential energy of the system. In either case, the concepts of mass and inertia are fundamental to the derivation of equations of motion and, therefore, to dynamic systems modeling. From the Newtonian perspective, mass and inertia provide the link between the forces acting on the system (kinetics) and the acceleration (kinematics) experienced by the system (or more rigorously, between the forces and the change of momentum). From the perspective of analytical dynamics, mass and inertia are essential in forming the kinetic energy of the system. The following section develops relationships among mass, inertia, and kinetic energy for a variety of cases involving rigid body motion. The kinetic energy of a single particle of mass m (with units of lbm or kg) is given by KE = 1 1 mv v = mv 2 2 2 (11.15)
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