An corollary of my explanation of rotating cylinderical mass

Hi team members of Euler’s Team,
According to my description of how an impulse applied in the rim of
a cylindrical mass transform itself into a rotational motion. We would
expect there is a maximum upper limit of the frequency of the impulse
applied, which is related to how fast does the neighborhood
atom/molecule react to the impulse. (Depending on the nature of
elements and its chemical bonding) As we approaching the upper limit,
we would expect the transferring of kinetic energy is become
increasingly efficient until we reach a point we can NO LONGER
increase its angular momentum. We should also expect an upper limit
and lower limit of the strength of the impulse in order to rotate this
object. If we exceed the upper limit, we break this object into piece.
If we are below the lower limit, then we simply can NOT rotate this
object at all.
We can also extend this idea in a circular object. The only
difference is that now we have many different layer of swing system on
top of each other. And each layer is connected to other layer via a
similar attraction/repulsion force. So as we applied an impulse into
the outermost layer, this layer set into motion according to my
previous discussion. Similarly, the swing system on the inner layer
also provide an attraction/repulsion force and reacting to force it
exert on the swing of the first layer. Due to time require for the
impulse to ‘transfer’ from a layer to another layer, we would expect
the inner layer react later bit later than the outer layer while the
strength of the impulse decrease. So we can imagine this is yet
another example of a complex swing systems with each layer of swinging
object causing other later of swinging object to swing. Lawrence’s
principle again applied here. Moreover, as the number of atom/molecule
has increase, we would also expect both the upper limit and lower
limit of the strength of the impulse force would INCREASE according to
number of layer. The rotation would be FASTER than a cylindrical
object of the same mass since the centripetal force is much greater
than for a similar impulse force applied, if that impulse is strong
enough to start the rotational motion. However, the upper limit of the
frequency of this impulse force REMAIN UNCHANGED for the object made
with same material, since the way this object constructed has nothing
to do with its ‘Responding time’ of its component. We should also
expect the angular momentum to be ‘preserved’ longer since there are
more unit to store the kinetic energy.

Regards
Team Leader of Euler’s Team

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