Daniel, I’m trying to put together a basic Kangaroo example to help students understand Hooke’s law.
I have a 2cm spring which should compress down to 0.468cm under a force of 7.379N
The lower end of the line is fixed with an anchor point.
I think I get the math, however I don’t understand the behaviour of Kangaroo in this situation. The resulting length is right, but it goes below the anchor point. It should be above.
Do I need to apply a load at the upper end of the curve? I’m confused.
@DanielPiker, please help