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7(a)) where a grab is suspended from a cart rolling on horizontal rails. These plants operate around the downward position of the pendulum and are required to be close to this equilibrium before putting down the load. 7(b). Such inverse pendulum systems are used in university laboratories for experimentation with controllers which stabilize the system at the upward position. A more practical example of a three dimensional balancing problem is that of the control of a rocket in an upright position in preparation for launch.
The total angular momentum H∗ (t) about O ∗ satisﬁes since F (t) = M v(t), e N (r∗ (t) + r(t) + ri (t)) × mi vi (t) = H(t) + r∗ (t) × Mv(t). H∗ (t) = i=1 ˙ ∗ (t) = r∗ (t) × M v(t) ˙ + Ne (t) by (11) we get Since we have H ˙ = r∗ × M v˙ + Ne − r˙ ∗ × Mv − r∗ × M v˙ = Ne − v∗ × Mv. H (13) ˙ = Ne (t). Therefore In particular if Ot is the moving centre of mass we have H(t) the rate of change of the angular momentum of a particle system about its centre of mass is the sum of the moments about the centre of mass of all the external forces, irrespective of whether the centre of mass is moving or at rest.
We apply the method of Lagrange in order to ﬁnd the equations of motion of the system. The potential energy of the system is equal to the sum of the potential energies of the masses mi located at the centres of mass of the two pendulums, together with an adjustment for the external force. In terms of the chosen generalized coordinates it is given by W = m1 gl1 cos θ1 + m2 g(L cos θ1 + l2 cos θ2 ) − βur. (53) The energy dissipated by the translational viscous friction between cart and rails and the rotational friction at the two hinges is given by D = c0 r˙ 2 + c1 θ˙12 + c2 (θ˙2 − θ˙1 )2 .