Equimomental

E`qui*mo*men"tal

(?), a. [Equi- + momental.] (Mech.) Having equal moments of inertia.
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Two bodies or systems of bodies are said to be equimomental when their moments of inertia about all straight lines are equal each to each.
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Equimomental cone of a given rigid body, a conical surface that has any given vertex, and is described by a straight line which moves in such manner that the moment of inertia of the given rigid body about the line is in all its positions the same.
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