[ODE] Little physics problem
Bram Stolk
b.stolk at gmail.com
Fri Nov 9 08:52:43 MST 2007
Did you set the 'mu' field in contacts to a non zero value?
E.g.:
contact[i].surface.mu = 100.0;
Bram
On Nov 9, 2007 6:48 AM, Joao Pereira <joaopapereira at gmail.com> wrote:
> i have a ball and a plane.
> i release the ball on the plane and the place is horizontal so the ball
> don't move.
> after some time i apply a force (0,10,0) on the ball and the ball starts
> moving. no problem the ball starts gaining velocity has it should.
> When i stop applying the force the velocity drop, has it should, but
> after a little time the velocity get stable and don't get down to 0, has
> i studied in physic's it should.
> So where is the force that the plane "apply's" that should stop the
> ball???????
> How can i model the force applied by the air over my objects??? there
> must also be a resistance there, that i don't see.
>
> Thanks for the answer
>
> João Pereira
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