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6 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Mass moment of inertia of solid cylinder about x-axis through centroid, perpendicular to length
Mass moment of inertia about x-axis=(Mass/12)*((3*(Cylinder Radius^2))+(Cylinder Height^2)) GO
Mass moment of inertia of rectangular plate about x-axis through centroid, parallel to length
Mass moment of inertia about x-axis=(Mass*Breadth of rectangle^2)/12 GO
Mass moment of inertia of solid sphere about x-axis passing through centroid
Mass moment of inertia about x-axis=(2/5)*Mass*(Radius of Sphere^2) GO
Mass moment of inertia of triangular plate about x-axis passing through centroid parallel to base
Mass moment of inertia about x-axis=(Mass*Height of triangle^2)/18 GO
Mass moment of inertia of cone about x-axis passing through centroid, perpendicular to base
Mass moment of inertia about x-axis=(3/10)*Mass*(Radius of cone^2) GO
Mass moment of inertia of circular plate about x-axis passing through centroid
Mass moment of inertia about x-axis=(Mass*Radius^2)/4 GO

Mass moment of inertia of cuboid about x-axis passing through centroid, parallel to length Formula

Mass moment of inertia about x-axis=(Mass/12)*((Width^2)+(Height^2))
I<sub>xx</sub>=(m/12)*((w^2)+(h^2))
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Mass moment of inertia of solid cylinder about z-axis through centroid, perpendicular to length GO
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Mass moment of inertia of cuboid about y-axis passing through centroid GO
Mass moment of inertia of cuboid about z-axis passing through centroid GO
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Mass moment of inertia of solid sphere about y-axis passing through centroid GO
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What is mass moment of inertia?

Mass moment of inertia of a body measures the ability of body to resist changes in rotational speed about a specific axis. The larger the Mass Moment of Inertia the smaller the angular acceleration about that axis for a given torque. It basically characterizes the acceleration undergone by an object or solid when torque is applied.

How to Calculate Mass moment of inertia of cuboid about x-axis passing through centroid, parallel to length?

Mass moment of inertia of cuboid about x-axis passing through centroid, parallel to length calculator uses Mass moment of inertia about x-axis=(Mass/12)*((Width^2)+(Height^2)) to calculate the Mass moment of inertia about x-axis, The Mass moment of inertia of cuboid about x-axis passing through centroid, parallel to length formula is defined as the 1/12 times of mass multiplied to sum of square of width and height of cuboid. Mass moment of inertia about x-axis and is denoted by Ixx symbol.

How to calculate Mass moment of inertia of cuboid about x-axis passing through centroid, parallel to length using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Mass moment of inertia of cuboid about x-axis passing through centroid, parallel to length, enter Mass (m), Width (w) and Height (h) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Mass moment of inertia of cuboid about x-axis passing through centroid, parallel to length calculation can be explained with given input values -> 153.2917 = (35.45/12)*((7^2)+(1.7^2)).

FAQ

What is Mass moment of inertia of cuboid about x-axis passing through centroid, parallel to length?
The Mass moment of inertia of cuboid about x-axis passing through centroid, parallel to length formula is defined as the 1/12 times of mass multiplied to sum of square of width and height of cuboid and is represented as Ixx=(m/12)*((w^2)+(h^2)) or Mass moment of inertia about x-axis=(Mass/12)*((Width^2)+(Height^2)). Mass is the quantity of matter in a body regardless of its volume or of any forces acting on it, Width is the measurement or extent of something from side to side and Height is the distance between the lowest and highest points of a person standing upright.
How to calculate Mass moment of inertia of cuboid about x-axis passing through centroid, parallel to length?
The Mass moment of inertia of cuboid about x-axis passing through centroid, parallel to length formula is defined as the 1/12 times of mass multiplied to sum of square of width and height of cuboid is calculated using Mass moment of inertia about x-axis=(Mass/12)*((Width^2)+(Height^2)). To calculate Mass moment of inertia of cuboid about x-axis passing through centroid, parallel to length, you need Mass (m), Width (w) and Height (h). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Mass, Width and Height and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Mass moment of inertia about x-axis?
In this formula, Mass moment of inertia about x-axis uses Mass, Width and Height. We can use 6 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Mass moment of inertia about x-axis=(Mass*Breadth of rectangle^2)/12
  • Mass moment of inertia about x-axis=(Mass*Radius^2)/4
  • Mass moment of inertia about x-axis=(Mass*Height of triangle^2)/18
  • Mass moment of inertia about x-axis=(Mass/12)*((3*(Cylinder Radius^2))+(Cylinder Height^2))
  • Mass moment of inertia about x-axis=(2/5)*Mass*(Radius of Sphere^2)
  • Mass moment of inertia about x-axis=(3/10)*Mass*(Radius of cone^2)
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