Physics - Kinematics - Combined Linear and Rotational Position

Position of particle on solid object

On the position page we derived an equation for the linear position and on the orientation page we derived an equation for the rotational position.

Px
Py
Pz
=
Cx
Cy
Cz
+
sqrt(Az2 + Ay2) * r sin(θ) + h*Ax
sqrt(Az2 + Ax2) * r cos(θ) + h*Ay
-Ax * r sin(θ)-Ay * r cos(θ) + h*Az

where:

 


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