Ah, I'm doing an static study.
A centrifugal load can define two accelerations: a radial acceleration and a theta acceleration. The angular velocity defines the radial acceleration and the angular acceleration defines the theta (i.e. tangential) acceleration.
Be careful centrifugal load effects whole model.
the centrifugal load is a body force like gravity
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Centrifugal force is a force that draws the rotating body away from the center of rotation and it is caused by the inertia of the body.
Its opposite to the Centripetal force
centripetal force = Centripetal acceleration x Mass
= (V*V)/r X Mass