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Let's Talk About Dynamics.... (Engg1010 Sem1 2009 Discussion Board Printout)

# Let's Talk About Dynamics.... (Engg1010 Sem1 2009 Discussion Board Printout)

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6/10/09 8:57 PMLet's talk about Dynamics....Page 1 of 146http://blackboard.elearning.uq.edu.au/webapps/discussionboard/d…entry&conf_id=_110272_1&forum_id=_69919_1&isSearch=N&type=print
[ENGG1010] APPLIED MECHANICS (TAUGHT AT THE ST LUCIA CAMPUS). SEMESTER 1, 2009 (ENGG1010S_5920STX)>DISCUSSION BOARD>LET'S TALK ABOUT DYNAMICS....> COLLECTION
Final exam Tumble dryer
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I did it by saying the force created by the sock was equal to mv^2/r. Summing the forces in the y direction gave:mv^2(sin60)/r = mgm's cancel and you know r, so you can solve for v. Then convert to angular velocity.Not sure if thats right though - anyone else?
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Final exam Tumble dryer
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Luke Pietrobon
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June 21, 2009 9:09 PM
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Just out of interest how was that sock in the dryer question meant to be answered? I used energy methods andmy answer was close but I assume not correct.
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How long do we have to finish the tutorials to get the bonusmarks?
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Just tried to get on now and it said that it's temporarily closed. I guess that means it's closed for the semester.Oh, well....still got 2.5 BP!
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How long do we have to finish the tutorials to get the bonusmarks?
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I have a feeling Hal said up until the Final....but he might be generous and leave them open until the end of semester.
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How long do we have to finish the tutorials to get the bonusmarks?
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June 19, 2009 10:48PM
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How long do we have to finish the tutorials to get the bonus marks?
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This morning I pretty much understood 13 weeks of lectures in one hit.Best feeling understanding how to calculate moment around center of gravity.This picture saved my life.

6/10/09 8:57 PMLet's talk about Dynamics....Page 2 of 146http://blackboard.elearning.uq.edu.au/webapps/discussionboard/d…entry&conf_id=_110272_1&forum_id=_69919_1&isSearch=N&type=print
All thanks to Brian Cook.Good luck kiddies.Best advise I have is writing every single formula we have covered on one sheet and memorise them inside out. Any question we gethit with CAN be tackled with any of those formulas, with the obvious assumption that you know how to use them.
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does any one know whats happening with the statics marks?
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Torin Stewart
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June 19, 2009 10:26AM
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You took it the wrong way. The world will not end, sorry to disappoint. It was just an answer, mixed with someshock.
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2008 Final Q6 and 7
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oops I was using ay=10.1 instead of ay=0.2thx I got it right now :)
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2008 Final Q6 and 7
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thanks mate, cant believe i didn't think of that,Q7 is just finding the at, as Brian said, this is done by taking the dot product of a and v then dividing them bythe magnitude of vyou know vx, vy, ax and ay from the equations in Q6 =0.86hope this helps
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2008 Final Q6 and 7
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June 18, 2009 5:58PM
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I have no idea for Q7...
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2008 Final Q6 and 7
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How about Q7 ,how is that done?
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2008 Final Q6 and 7
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It's asking for the magnitude of the force exerted on the bucket
by the machine
.The machine has to oppose gravity to get the resultant force in the y-direction given by m*a
y
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by the machine
in the y-direction is m*a
y
+ mg.Hope this helps,Nick
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2008 Final Q6 and 7
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if u do it that way how can u then find the tangential component of the acceleration?
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2008 final Q.8
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June 18, 2009 4:00PM
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you have to use Work-energy principle to solve this problem.by work - energy principle,W= KE
-KE
i ,
v
= 0 and v
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= 27.78 m/s after you convert the unitthenW = 0 - 0.5mv
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, you get the work done,since P=W/t, just substitute the W you get and t given in the questions.