Office Hours Correction: Max power of a motor (number 1g) is given by:
TBD Values:L1 = 15cm L2 = 5cm
M_disk = 230g I_disk= 5.26e4 Kgm^2 Disk 2b is the same as Disk 1
p1 = 10t XL pulley p2 = 42t XL pulley
Part 1 Clarifications:c.i) method 2 alludes to but does not specifically give the formula. Where I and \omega are the no load current and speed.
f.i) Use a time constant of .005s. The suggested constant will bias the data. The "Turn in" section also asks you to use a curve fit function in matlab, which could be suggesting the fit() function?
Part 2 Clarifications:Assumptions:  pulleys and shafts are massless
 Pulleys an disk in 2b are evenly spaced, see below for clarified diagram
 the angle of the timing belt is neglible
 the timing belts have no pretension
 there is no viscous friction
2a) Instructions: Draw a FBD of the single shaft setup.
 List equations of motion
 Model the system in matlab with a disk and without (only motor inertia)
 for both, plot: displacement (radians) and
filtered velocity (rad/s) vs time (on the same plot). Filtered????? This is a numerical simulation, there is nothing to filter!  for both, plot: motor torque (Nm) and Power (W) vs time (on the same plot).
2b) Instructions:  You do not need a FBD. You can derive the equivalent inertia and friction using energy methods.
 Model the system in matlab with a disk and without (only motor inertia)
 for both, plot: displacement (radians) and velocity (rad/s) vs time (on the same plot).
 for both, plot: motor torque (Nm) and Power (W) vs time
2b: Clarified Diagram:
