February 25, 2022 at 11:13 pmAuysterSubscriber
I am working on a simple collision between two objects and I have come upon an issue with the Conservation of Momentum of the system. I am simulating the collision of one object impacting another, the first object is travelling at any speed, while the second object is stationary. When the first object impacts the second object, the angular velocity of the first object is unchanged. How would I set the joint load of the first object to just have an initial velocity, and not a fixed velocity throughout the entire simulation?February 27, 2022 at 11:53 pmViewing 1 reply thread
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