If, apart from radiant energy, you wish to accumulate kinetic energy, set your SPIN spinning to use its moment of inertia.
Kinetic energy Ek bound in a spinning flywheel is calculated by the following formula:
{displaystyle E_{k}={frac {1}{2}}Jomega ^{2}}
where J stands for the body’s moment of inertia in relation to rotation axis, and ω for the angular velocity of the spinning body.
As angular velocity is directly proportional to frequency ({displaystyle omega =2pi f}), the following formula also applies:
{displaystyle E_{k}=2pi ^{2}Jf^{2}}
where f stands for rotation frequency in rounds per second.

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