Physics and Astronomy
We calculate the moments of inertia of D-dimensional spheres and spherical shells, where D is a complex number. We also examine the moments of inertia of fractional-dimensional geometrical objects such as the Canter set and the Sierpinski carpet and their D-dimensional analogs. (C) 1995 American Association of Physics Teachers.
American Journal of Physics
Bender, C. M.,
Mead, L. R.
(1995). D-Dimensional Moments Of Inertia. American Journal of Physics, 63(11), 1011-1014.
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