## What is the relation between angular momentum and torque?

The torque is defined as the rate of change of angular momentum which is the same as the cross product of the linear force and the distance from the axis. So, the torque is the rate of change of angular momentum.

## Why is torque perpendicular to angular momentum?

As torque is equal to cross product of displacement vector and linear force and angular momentum is cross product of displacement vector and linear momentum. The resultant/direction of the cross product is decided by right hand thumb rule which is always be perpendicular to the plane in which the force vector exist.

**Is angular momentum equal to torque?**

Angular momentum is a vector that is parallel to the angular velocity. A net torque produces a change in angular momentum that is equal to the torque multiplied by the time interval over which the torque is applied.

**How do you calculate torque of precession?**

This relationship states that the torque N acting on a top determines the rate of change of its total angular momentum L, namely dL/dt = N. The symmetry axis of the top will revolve around the vertical by a uniform precession angular frequency, ωp = dφ/dt [37, 38], while the spinning angular frequency is ωs = dψ/dt.

### What is angular precession?

Precession is the change of angular velocity and angular momentum produced by a torque. The general equation that relates the torque to the rate of change of angular momentum is: where and. are the torque and angular momentum vectors respectively.

### How do you calculate angular momentum with torque?

The equation net τ=ΔLΔt net τ = Δ L Δ t gives the relationship between torque and the angular momentum produced.

**How is torque related to angular acceleration?**

Newton’s 2nd law relates force to acceleration. In the angular version of Newton’s 2nd law, torque τ takes the place of force and rotational inertia takes the place of mass. When the rotational inertia of an object is constant, the angular acceleration is proportional to torque.

**What is the relation between torque and angular velocity?**

The instantaneous power of an angularly accelerating body is the torque times the angular velocity: P=τω P = τ ω . There is a close relationship between the result for rotational energy and the energy held by linear (or translational) motion.

## How does torque relate to angular acceleration?

## How do you calculate precession?

The precessional angular velocity is given by ωP=rMgIω ω P = r M g I ω , where r is the distance from the pivot to the center of mass of the gyroscope, I is the moment of inertia of the gyroscope’s spinning disk, M is its mass, and ω is the angular frequency of the gyroscope disk.

**What is precession in angular momentum?**

Now ΔL, the change in angular momentum, must be parallel to τ, so the L, which lies along the axle as shown, must move outwards towards the viewer. Further, the torque is always (approximately) perpendicular to L, so the motion is circular – it is called precession. How fast does it precess?

**What is the torque on a precession?**

Precession Torque The spin angular momentumis along the rotation axis as shown, but the torqueabout the support point is in a direction perpendicular to the angular momentum. The torque produces a changein Lwhich is perpendicular to L. Such a change causes a changein direction of L as shownbut not a change in its size.

### Does torque change the direction of angular momentum?

The spin angular momentum is along the rotation axis as shown, but the torque about the support point is in a direction perpendicular to the angular momentum. The torque produces a change in L which is perpendicular to L. Such a change causes a change in direction of L as shown but not a change in its size.

### What is the relationship between spin angular velocity and precession torque?

The precession angular velocity is inversely proportional to the spin angular velocity, so that the precession is faster and more pronounced as the top slows down. The direction of the precession torque can be visualized with the help of the right-hand rule.