Eccentricity-unbalance-balancing, Mechanical Engineering

Eccentricity : This is distance between the axis of rotation and CG of mass.

Unbalance : This is the product of mass and eccentricity.

Balancing : This is the procedure of the redistribution of the mass so that the influence of the unbalance is dropped off or eliminated.

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