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- Jul 27, 2020
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- Montreal, QC
- Mostly sedans and never owned a truck. Now CT is all I want!
Yes my statement was incorrect, centrifugal force cannnot be reduced, however by changing the body roll, centripetal force exercised on the body can be shifted for a more comfortable rideIf a body (e.g. a human body) is to be moved along a curved path of radius r it must have a force m*r*omega_dot in which m is its mass and omega_dot its angular velocity (speed divided by r) acting on it perpendicular to its velocity (tangential to the curve). Thus passengers (and other objects) will be subject to centrifugal force. Were the centrifugal force reduced or removed within the cabin objects would not stay within the cabin. None of this has anything to do with who or what is driving. It's just the laws of motion.