I have non-rigid beam attached to a gearbox and motor assembly. The gearbox outputs $1000 N \cdot m$ at the shaft. The beam is rotated at $3000 RPM$ around it's center. If the motor is switched off immediately and acts as a brake, is it possible that the torque generated from the momentum of the beam could be greater than the $1000N \cdot m$ that the motor originally produced, and if so how?
I am trying to work out the max torque a beam could create at the gearbox mount when the power is cut suddenly, however we don't know any of the beam characteristics such as where the point loads are, how long it takes to stop etc. All I have is the gearbox and motor specifications.
Edit: This question is different from a similar one I asked here. In the other question I mentioned that the beam was uniformly distributed, however in this example I have no beam information. All I have to go off is the motor and gearbox specifications.