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1. On a certain stretch of track, trains run at 60

mph. How far back of a stopped train should a

warning torpedo be placed to signal an oncoming

train? Assume that the brakes are applied at once

and retard the train at the uniform rate of 2 ft per

sec

2

.

2. A stone is thrown vertically upward and

returns to earth in l0sec. What was its initial

velocity and how high did it go?

3. A ball is dropped from the top of a tower 80 ft

high at the same instant that a second ball is

thrown upward from the ground with an initial

velocity of 40 ft per see. When and where do they

pass, and with what relative velocity?

4. A stone is dropped down a well and 5 sec later

the sound of the splash is heard. If the velocity of

sound is 1120 ft per sec, what is the depth of the

well?

5. A stone is dropped from a captive balloon at an

elevation of 1000 ft. Two seconds later another

stone is projected vertically upward from the

ground with a velocity of 248 ft per sec. If g is 32

ft per sec

2

, when and where will the stones pass

each other?

6. A stone is thrown vertically upward from the

ground with a velocity of 48.3 ft per sec. One

second later another stone is thrown vertically

upward with a velocity of 96.6 ft per sec. How far

above the ground will the stones be at the same

level?

7. A ball is shot vertically into the air at a

velocity of 193.2 ft per sec. After 4 sec, another

ball is shot vertically into the air. What initial

velocity must the second ball have in order to

meet the first ball 386.4 ft from the ground?

8. A stone is thrown vertically up from the

ground with a velocity of 300 ft per sec. How

long must one wait before dropping a second

stone from the top of a 600-ft tower if the two

stones are to pass each other 200 ft from the top

of the tower?

9. A ship being launched slides down the ways

with a constant acceleration. She takes 8 sec to

slide the first foot. How long will she take to

slide down the ways if their length is 625 ft?

10. A train moving with constant acceleration

travels 24 ft during the 10th sec of its motion and

18 ft during the 12th sec of its motion. Find its

initial velocity and its constant acceleration.

11. An automobile starting from rest speeds up to

40 ft per sec with a constant acceleration of 4 ft

per sec

2

, runs at this speed for a time, and finally

comes to rest with a deceleration of 5 ft per sec

2

.

If the total distance traveled is 1000 ft, find the

total time required.

12. A train travels between two stations 1- mile

apart in a minimum time of 41 sec. If the train

accelerates and decelerates at 8 ft per sec

2

,

starting from rest at the first station and coming

to a stop at the second station, what is its

maximum speed in mph? How long does it travel

at this top speed?

13. Two cars A and B have a velocity of 60 mph

in the same direction. A is 250 ft behind B when

the brakes are applied to car B, causing it to

decelerate at the constant rate of 10 ft per sec

2

.

In what time will A overtake B, and how far will

each car have traveled?

14. An automobile moving at a constant velocity

of 45 ft per sec passes a gasoline station. Two

seconds later, another automobile leaves the

gasoline station and accelerates at the constant

rate of 6 ft per sec

2

. How soon will the second

automobile overtake the first?

15. A balloon rises from the ground with a

constant acceleration of 4 ft per sec

2

. Five

seconds later, a stone is thrown vertically up from

the launching site. What must be the minimum

initial velocity of the stone for it to just touch the

balloon? Note that the balloon and stone have the

same velocity at contact.

Rectilinear Motion with Variable Acceleration

Using Equations of Motions

1. The motion of a particle is given by the

equation

4 3 2

1

s 2t t 2t

6

, where s is in feet and

t in seconds. Compute the values of v and a when

t = 2 sec.

2. A particle moves in a straight line according to

the law s = t

3

- 40 t where s is in feet and t in

seconds.

(a) When t = 5 sec, compute the velocity.

(b) Find the average velocity during the fourth

second.

(c) When the particle again comes to rest, what is

its acceleration?

2

3. A ladder of length L moves with its ends in

contact with a vertical wall and a horizontal floor.

If the ladder starts from a vertical position and its

lower end A moves along the floor with a

constant velocity v

A

, show that the velocity of its

upper end B is v

B

= -v

A

tan where is the angle

between the ladder and the wall.

4. The rectilinear motion of a particle is given by

s = v

2

- 9 where s is in feet and v in feet per

second. When t = 0, s = 0 and v = 3 ft per sec.

Find the s-t, v-t, and a-t relations.

5. The velocity of a particle moving along the X

axis is defined by v = x

3

- 4x

2

+ 6 x where v is in

feet per second and x is in feet. Compute the

value of the acceleration when x = 2 ft.

6. The motion of a particle is defined by the

relation a = 4 t, where a is in feet per second

2

and

t in seconds. It is known that s = 1 ft and v = 2 ft

per sec when t = 1 sec. Determine the relations

between v and t, s and t, v and s.

7. The motion of a particle is governed by the

equation

2

8

a

s

, where a is in feet per second

2

and s is in feet. When t = 1 sec, s = 4 ft and v = 2

ft per Sec. Determine the relations between v and

t, s and t, v and s.

8. The motion of a particle is given by

1

2

a 6v ,

where a is in feet per second

2

and v in feet per

second. When t is zero, s = 6 ft and v = 0. Find

the relations between v and t, s and t, v and s.

9. The motion of a particle is governed by the

relation a = 4t

2

, where a is n feet per second

2

and

t is in seconds. When t is zero, v = 2 ft per sec

and s = 4 ft. Find the values of v and s when t = 2

sec.

Rectilinear Motion with Variable Acceleration

Using Motion Curves

1. From the v-t curve shown, determine the

distance traveled in 4 sec and also in 6 sec.

2. The motion of a particle starting from rest is

governed by the a-t curve shown. Determine the

displacement at t = 9 sec.

3. The curved portions of the v-t curve shown are

second degree parabolas with horizontal slope at t

= 0 and t = 12 sec. Determine the value of s when

t = 18 sec

4. A particle having an initial velocity of 200 ft

per sec decelerates according to the a-t curve

shown. Compute the change in displacement in

the time interval of 30 sec.

5. A car moving at 60 ft per sec is brought to rest

in 12 sec with a deceleration which varies

uniformly with time from 2 ft per sec

2

to a

maximum deceleration. Compute the distance

traveled in stopping.

6. A car starts from rest and reaches a speed of 48

ft per sec in 15 sec. The acceleration increases

from zero uniformly with time for the first 6 sec

after which it remains constant. Compute the

distance traveled in 15 sec.

7. A car accelerates for t sec from rest to a

velocity of 48 ft per sec, the acceleration

increasing uniformly from zero to 12 ft per sec

2

.

During the next 4 sec, the car decelerates at a

constant rate to a velocity of 4 ft per sec. Sketch

the a-t, v-t, and s-t curves.

3

8. An object attains a velocity of 16 ft per sec by

moving in a straight line with an acceleration

which varies uniformly from zero to 8 ft per sec

2

in 6 sec. Compute its initial velocity and the

change in displacement during the 6-sec interval.

9. The acceleration of an object decreases

uniformly from 8 ft per sec

2

to zero in 6 sec at

which time its velocity is 10 ft per see. Find the

initial velocity and the change in displacement

during the 6-sec interval.

Kinetics of Rectilinear Motion, Analysis as a

Particle

1. An elevator weighing 3220 lb starts from rest

and acquires an upward velocity of 600 ft per min

in a distance of 20 ft. If the acceleration is

constant what is the tension in the elevator cable?

2. A man weighing 161 lb is in an elevator

moving upward with an acceleration of 8 ft per

sec

2

.

(a) What pressure does he exert on the floor of

the elevator?

(b) What will the pressure be if the elevator is

descending with the same acceleration?

3. The block shown reaches a velocity of 40 ft

per sec in 100 ft, starting from rest. Compute the

coefficient of kinetic friction between the block

and the ground.

4. Determine the force P that will give the body

shown an acceleration of 6 ft per sec

2

. The

coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.20.

5. A magnetic particle weighing 3.6 grams is

pulled through a solenoid with an acceleration of

6 meters per sec

2

. Compute the force in pounds

acting on the particle.

6. When a 644-lb boat is moving at 10 ft per sec,

the motor conks out. How much farther will the

boat glide, assuming its resistance to motion is 2v

lb where v is in feet per second?

7. A bullet weighing 1 lb is fired vertically

upward with a muzzle velocity of 3000 ft per sec.

If the velocity is 2950 ft per sec after 1 sec, what

is the average air resistance on the bullet? What

maximum height will the bullet reach, assuming

that the air resistance remains constant?

8. Two blocks A and B are released from rest on

a 30 incline when they are 50 ft apart. The

coefficient of friction under the upper block A is

0.2 and that under the lower block B is 0.4.

Compute the elapsed time until the blocks touch.

9. Determine the acceleration of the bodies

shown if the fixed drum is smooth and A is

heavier than B.

10. Referring to Prob. 9, assume A weighs 200 lb

and B weighs 100 lb. Determine the acceleration

of the bodies if the coefficient of kinetic friction

is 0.10 between the cable and the fixed drum.

11. Two bodies A and B are separated by a

spring. Their motion down the incline is resisted

by a force P = 200 lb. The coefficient of kinetic

friction is 0.30 under A and 0.10 under B.

Determine the force in the spring.

12. If the pulleys shown are weightless and

frictionless, find the acceleration of body A.

4

13. Determine the acceleration of body B shown,

assuming the pulleys to be weightless and

frictionless.

14. The coefficient of kinetic friction under block

A is 0.30 and under block B it is 0.20. Find the

acceleration of the system and the tension in each

cord.

15. 1068. Determine the magnitude of W so that

the 200-lb body will have acceleration up the

plane of 4.025 ft per sec

2

.

16. Compute the acceleration of body B and the

tension in the cord supporting body A.

17. Compute the acceleration of body B and the

tension in the cord attached to it.

18. Compute the time required for the 100-lb

body to move 10 ft starting from rest.

19. If the pulleys are weightless and frictionless,

determine the acceleration of each weight in fps

2

.

20. Determine the acceleration of each weight

shown, assuming the pulleys to be weightless and

frictionless.

21. Determine the tension in the cord supporting

body C. The pulleys are frictionless and of

negligible weight.

5

22. In the system of connected blocks shown, the

coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.20 under bodies

B and C. Determine the acceleration of each body

and the tension in the cord.

23. Repeat Prob. 22, but change the weight of A

to 600 lb, of B to 1000 lb and of C to 500 lb.

24. Two blocks A and B, each weighing 96.6 lb

and connected by a rigid bar of negligible weight,

move along the smooth surfaces shown. They

start from rest at the given position. Determine

the acceleration of B at this instant.

Kinetics of Rectilinear Motion, Analysis as a

Rigid Body

1. A juggler places the lower end of a vertical

rod upon his finger. As it starts to tip, explain

how he keeps the rod in balance by moving his

finger horizontally back and forth.

2. The cable of a cargo crane can support a

maximum load of 2 tons. While the crane is

lowering a 1610-lb weight at uniform speed, the

brake on the winch is applied too rapidly, thereby

causing a sudden deceleration of the weight equal

to 100 fps

2

. The cable snaps and the weight falls,

badly injuring a workman. For the purpose of

establishing liability in this accident, is it likely

that failure of the cable was due to its being

weaker than its test strength of 2 tons? Why?

3. A uniform box is 2 ft square and 6ft high. It

stands on end upon a truck with its sides parallel

to the trucks motion. If the box weighs 240 lb

and the coefficient of friction between the box

and the truck is 0.30, show whether the block will

slide or tip first as the acceleration of the truck is

increased.

4. The uniform block shown weighs 200 lb. It is

pulled up the incline by the force P = 300 lb.

Determine the maximum and minimum values of

d so that the block does not tip over as it slides up

the incline. The coefficient of friction is 0.20.

Ans. Max. d = 2.32 ft; mm. d = 1.253 ft

5. The 240-lb body shown is supported by wheels

at B which roll freely without friction and by a

skid at A under which the coefficient of friction

is 0.40. Compute the value of P to cause an

acceleration of g.

6. If the value of P in Prob. 5 is 100 Ib, compute

the acceleration. If this value of P were applied at

a higher position on the body, would the

acceleration be changed in any way?

7. An auto with a rear wheel drive has a

wheelbase of 10 ft. The c.g. is 3 ft above the

pavement and 4 ft ahead of the rear wheels. The

coefficient of friction is 0.60 between the tires

and the pavement. Determine the maximum

acceleration the auto could have when moving

along a level road.

8. An auto, equipped with only front wheel

brakes, has a wheelbase of 120 in. with its c.g.

located 60 in. ahead of the rear wheels and 36 in.

6

above the pavement. 1f = 0.80 at the tires,

compute the minimum distance in which the auto

can be brought to rest from a speed of 60 mph if

the drivers reaction time before applying the

brakes is sec.

9. A car with a four-wheel drive weighs 3000 lb

and has a wheelbase of 10 ft. The c.g. is 3 ft

above the pavement and 4 ft ahead of the rear

wheels. Compute the tractive force acting at the

rear wheels when the car accelerates at g fps

2

.

Assume the coefficient of friction is equal at all

four wheels.

10. The coefficient of kinetic friction under the

sliding supports t A and B is 0.30. What force P

will give the 600-lb door a leftward acceleration

of 8.05 fps

2

? What will be the normal pressures at

A and B?

11. Repeat Prob. 10 if = 0.30 at A and = 0.20

at B.

12. From the figure, find the angle at which a

uniform bar will be maintained inside the smooth

surface of a cylindrical drum accelerating

leftward at

3

5

g fps

2

.

13. A bar weighing 2 lb per ft is bent at right

angles into segments 26 in. and 13 in. long. It

takes the position shown when the frame F to

which it is pinned at A is accelerated

horizontally. Determine this acceleration and the

components of the reaction at A.

14. The uniform crate shown weighs 200 lb. It is

pulled up the incline by a counterweight W of

400 lb. Find the maximum and minimum values

of d so that the crate does not tip over as it slides

up the incline.

15. Determine the value of W in Prob. 14 if the

200-lb crate is on the verge of tipping forward as

it slides up the incline. Assume d = 3.32 ft.

16. The frame of a machine is accelerated

leftwards at

3

5

g fps

2

. As shown, it carries a

uniform angle ABC weighing 80 lb which is

braced by the uniform strut CD weighing 60 lb.

Determine the components of the pin pressure at

C upon CD.

17. The uniform bar AB weighing 240 lb is

mounted as shown upon a carriage weighing 480

lb. The center of gravity of the carriage is at C

midway between the wheels. If P = 180 lb and

there is no frictional resistance at the wheels, find

7

the wheel reactions R

A

and R

B

, and also the

horizontal and vertical components of the pin

pressure at A.

18. Two bodies A and B, each weighing 96.6 lb,

are connected by a rigid bar of negligible weight

attached to them at their gravity centers. The

coefficient of friction at the wall and floor is

0.268. If the bodies start from rest at the given

position, determine the acceleration of B at this

instant.

Curvilinear Motion: Projectile Motion

1. A stone is thrown from a hill at an angle of 60

to the horizontal with an initial velocity of 100 ft

per sec. After hitting level ground at the base of

the hill, the stone has covered a horizontal

distance of 500 ft. How high is the hill?

2. A shell leaves a mortar with a muzzle velocity

of 500 ft per sec directed upward at 60

0

with the

horizontal. Determine the position of the shell

and its resultant velocity 20 sec after firing. How

high will it rise?

3. A projectile is fired with an initial velocity of

193.2 ft per sec upward at an angle of 30

0

to the

horizontal from a point 257.6 ft above a level

plain. What horizontal distance will it cover

before it strikes the level plain?

4. A projectile is fired with an initial velocity of

v

0

ft per sec upward at an angle of with the

horizontal. Find the horizontal distance covered

before the projectile returns to its original level.

Also determine the maximum height attained.

5. The car shown is just to clear the water-filled

gap. Find the take-off velocity v

0

.

6. A ball is thrown so that it just clears a 10-ft

fence 60 ft away. If it left the hand 5 ft above the

ground and at a angle of 60 to the horizontal,

what was the initial velocity of the ball?

7. Determine the distance s at which a ball

thrown with a velocity v of 100 fps at an angle

1

3

tan

4

0 will strike the incline shown.

8. In Prob. 7, a ball thrown down the incline

strikes it at a distance s = 254.5 ft. If the ball rises

to a maximum height h = 14.4 ft above the point

of release, compute its initial velocity, v

o

and

inclination .

9. Refer to the figure shown and find to cause

the projectile to hit point B in exactly 4 sec. What

is the distance x?

10. Boat A moves with a constant velocity of 20

fps, starting from the position shown. Find in

order for the projectile to hit the boat 5 sec after

starting, under the conditions given. How high is

the hill above the water?

8

11. A stone has an initial velocity of 100 ft per

sec up to the right at 30 with the horizontal. The

components of acceleration are constant at a

x

= -4

fps

2

and a

y

= -20 fps

2

. Compute the horizontal

distance covered until the stone reaches a point

60 ft below its original elevation.

12. A particle has such a curvilinear motion that

its x- coordinate is defined by x = 5 t

3

- 105 t

where x is in inches and t in seconds. When t = 2

sec, the total acceleration is 75 in. per sec

2

. If the

y component of acceleration is constant and the

particle starts from rest at the origin when t = 0,

determine its total velocity when t = 4 sec.

13. A projectile is fired from the top of a cliff 300

ft high with a velocity of 1414 ft per sec directed

at 45 above the horizontal. Find the range on a

horizontal plane through the base of the cliff.

Curvilinear Motion: Two Components of

Acceleration

1. Point A moves in a circular path of 20 ft

radius so that its arc distance from an initial

position B is given by the relation s. = 6t

3

- 4 t,

where s is in feet and t in seconds. Determine the

tangential and normal components of acceleration

of the point for the instant when t = 2 sec. Find

also the resultant acceleration in magnitude and

inclination.

2. A particle moves in such a manner that a

x

= -6

fps

2

and a

y

= -30 fps

2

. If its initial velocity is 100

fps directed at a slope of 4 to 3 as shown,

compute the radius of curvature of the path 2 sec

later.

3. The normal acceleration of a particle on the

rim of a pulley 10 ft in diameter is constant at

8000 fps

2

. Determine the speed of the pulley in

rpm.

4. At the bottom of a loop the speed of an

airplane is 400 mph. This causes a normal

acceleration of 9g fps

2

. Determine the radius of

the loop.

5. A particle moves on a circular path of 20 ft

radius so that its arc distance from a fixed point

on the path is given by s = 4t

3

- 10t where a is in

fps

2

and t in seconds. Compute the total

acceleration at the end of 2 sec.

6. A particle is moving along a curved path. At a

certain instant when the slope of the path is 0.75,

a

x

= 6 ft fps

2

and a

y

= 10 fps

2

. Compute the values

of a

t

and a

n

at this instant and sketch how the

path curves.

7. A stone is thrown with an initial velocity of

100 fps upward at 60 to the horizontal. Compute

the radius of curvature of its path at the point

where it is 50 ft horizontally from its initial

position.

8. A stone has an initial velocity of 200 fps up to

the right at a slope of 4 to 3. The components of

acceleration are constant at a

x

= -12 fps

2

and a

y

=

-20 fps

2

. Compute the radius of curvature at the

start and at the top of the path.

9. A particle moves counterclockwise on a

circular path of 400 ft radius. It starts from a

fixed point which is horizontally to the right of

the center of the path and moves so that s = 10t

2

+ 20t, where s is the arc distance in feet and t is

the time in seconds. Compute the x and y

components of acceleration at the end of 3 sec.

10. A particle moves on a circle in accordance

with the equation s = t

4

- 8 t, where s is the

displacement in feet measured along the circular

path and t is in seconds. Two seconds after

starting from rest, the total acceleration of the

9

particle is 48 2 fps

2

. Compute the radius of the

circle.

Kinetics of Curvilinear Motion, Dynamic

Equilibrium

1. As shown in the figure, a bob of weight W is

moving with a constant velocity v in a horizontal

plane at the end of a cord of length L. Because

the string generates a cone while in motion, the

system is called a conical pendulum. It is

required to determine the tension in the

supporting cord, its inclination with the vertical,

and the period or time required to complete one

revolution.

2. A rod 4 ft long rotates in a horizontal plane

about a vertical axis through its center. At each

end of the rod is fastened a cord 3 ft long. Each

cord supports a weight W. Compute the speed of

rotation n in rpm to incline each cord at 30 with

the vertical.

3. A weight concentrated at the end of a cord

forms a conical pendulum for which the period is

1 sec. Determine the velocity v of the weight if

the cord rotates inclined at 30 with the vertical.

4. In the figure, the 20-lb ball is forced to rotate

around the smooth inside surface of a conical

shell at the rate of one revolution in /4 sec. If

g = 32 fps

2

, find the tension in the cord and the

force on the conical shell. At what speed in rpm

will the force on the shell become 0?

5. A body of weight W rests on the smooth

inclined surface of the frame shown. A peg

attached to the frame forces the body to rotate

with it about the vertical axis. Determine the

speed in rpm at which the tension in the cord is

equal to the weight of the body.

6. The hammer of an impact testing machine

weighs 64.4 lb. It is attached to the end of a light

rod 4 ft long which is pivoted to a horizontal axis

at A as shown.

(a) What is the bearing reaction on the pivot an

instant after being released from the given

position?

(b) What is the bearing reaction just before

impact at B if the velocity of the hammer is then

5.9 ft per sec?

7. To check the radius of a railroad curve, the

effect of a 20-lb weight is observed to be 20.7 lb

on a spring scale suspended from the roof of an

experimental ear rounding the curve at 40 mph.

What is the radius of the curve?

8. Figure shown

represents a schematic

diagram of a Porter

governor. Each fly ball

weighs 16.1 lb and the

central weight D is 40 lb.

Determine the rotational

speed in rpm about the

vertical axis AD at which

the weight D begins to

rise.

9. What counterweight W will maintain the

Corliss engine governor in the position shown at

a rotational speed n = 120 rpm. Each fly ball

weighs 16.1 lb. Neglect the weight of the other

links.

10

10. The side rod of the engine is 8 ft long and

weighs 100 lb. The cranks AD and BC are of

length r = 18 in. and rotate at 300 rpm. Determine

the maximum bending moment M in the rod if

M = WL/8 where W is the total distributed load

and L is the length of the rod.

11. The segment of road passing over the crest of

a hill is defined by the parabola

2

4x x

y

10 100

. A

car weighing 3220 lb travels along the road at a

constant speed of 30 ft per sec. What is the

pressure on the wheels of the car when it is at the

crest of the hill where y = 4 ft? At what speed

will the road pressure be zero?

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