[ODE] Timestep and Force Relationship
Jon Watte (ODE)
hplus-ode at mindcontrol.org
Tue Aug 30 11:43:41 MST 2005
It's been pointed out that I'm on crack.
What I meant was: delta-v == force * time / mass -- this ought to
explain why time step size alters the behavior of a single-timestep
impulse. (That, and perhaps the influence of static friction)
"work" is the product of force and displacement.
Jon Watte (ODE) wrote:
> work = force * time
> / h+
> Mohamed I. Matar wrote:
>> What is the relationship between force and time step. When I decrease
>> the time step, the same force seems not to have any effect. I hope I get
>> answer to this question !!!!!!!!
>> Thanks to whoever will answer
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