aircraft:tmd:rigidbody

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Aerofly uses the mathematical concept of a rigidbody to simulate the aircraft mass. A rigidbody in Aerofly can be thought of as a box with a certain size, a certain mass, position and orientation, velocity and angular velocity (rotation speed). Roughly speaking "a box that moves and rotates". | Aerofly uses the mathematical concept of a rigidbody to simulate the aircraft mass. A rigidbody in Aerofly can be thought of as a box with a certain size, a certain mass, position and orientation, velocity and angular velocity (rotation speed). Roughly speaking "a box that moves and rotates". |

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