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Mechanics Reviewer

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1. The mass moment of inertia of a cylinder about its central axis perpendicular to a circular cross

section is.

A.

B.

C.

D.

Independent of its radius

Directly proportional to its length

Independent of its length

2. The moment of inertia of any plane figure can be expressed in units of its length to the

A.

B.

C.

D.

First Power

Second Power

Third Power

Fourth Power

3. The vector which represents the sum of a group of force vectors is called the

A.

B.

C.

D.

Magnitude

Resultant

Sum

Force Polygon

4. A large coil spring is elongated, within its elastic range, by one foot. Stored energy in footpounds is nearest to: (k=10 lb/in)

A.

B.

C.

D.

10

40

60

80

5. An object is placed 3 feet from the center of a horizontally rotating platform. The coefficient of

friction is 0.30. The object will begin to slide off when the platform speed is nearest to:

A.

B.

C.

D.

12 rpm

17rpm

22 rpm

26 rpm

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6. Two barges, one weighing 10 tons, the other weighing 20 tons are connected by a cable in quiet

water. Initially the barges are at rest 100 feet apart. The cable is reeled in until the barges are

50 feet apart. If the friction is negligible, calculate the distance moved by the 10 ton barge.

A.

B.

C.

D.

16.7 feet

33.3 feet

22.4 feet

42.5 feet

7. A 10-ton space craft orbits the earth at a mean altitude of 200 miles with a mean tangential

velocity of 17,000 mph. At what velocity will the craft orbit the moon at the same elevation

above the surface?

Diameter of the earth = 8,000 miles

Diameter of the moon = 2,000 miles

Mass of the earth = 5.4 x 1021 tons

Mass of the moon = 1/81 that of the earth

A.

B.

C.

D.

3530 mph

4688 mph

2526 mph

5218 mph

8. A projectile weighing 100 pounds strikes the concrete wall of a fort with an impact velocity of

1,200 feet per second. The projectile comes to rest in 0.01 second, having penetrated the 8-foot

thick wall to a distance of 6 feet. What is the average force exerted on the wall by the

projectile?

A.

B.

C.

D.

3.73 x 103

3.73 x 105

3.85 x 104

3.85 x 106

9. A 10 inch diameter pulley is belt driven with a net torque of 250 ft-lbs. The ratio of tensions in

the tight to slack sides of the belt is 4 to 1. What is the maximum tension in the belt?

A.

B.

C.

D.

250 lbs

82 lbs

800 lbs

500 lbs

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10. Two 3-lb weights are connected by a string hanging over a smooth, frictionless peg. If a third

weight of 3 lbs is added to one of the weights and the system is released, by how much is the

force on the peg increased?

A.

B.

C.

D.

4 lbs

8 lbs

2 lbs

8 lbs

11. A balloon is rising vertically at the rate of 55 feet per second. When the balloon is 1000 feet

above the surface of the earth and bullet is fired from it downward at a 30 degrees angle with

the velocity of the bullet as it strikes the earth. Neglect air friction.

A.

B.

C.

D.

933 ft/sec

533 ft/sec

1036 ft/sec

835 ft/sec

12. If the radius of the earth is approximately 4 times the radius of the moon, and if the mass of the

moon is 1/82 of that of the earth, calculate the weight of a pound-mass on the surface of the

moon.

A.

B.

C.

D.

0.287 lbf

0.095 lbf

0.386 lbf

0.195 lbf

13. A flywheel weighing 4,480 lbs has a radius of gyration of 3 feet. If there is a driving torque of

600 lb-ft and a resisting torque of 250 lb-ft, find the time required to increase its speed from 20

to 80 revolutions per minute.

A.

B.

C.

D.

34.5 seconds

16.5 seconds

18.5 seconds

22.5 seconds

14. A pendulum with a concentrated mass is suspended vertically inside a stationary railroad freight

car by means of a rigid weightless connecting rod. If the connecting rod is pivoted where it

attaches to the box car, compute the angle that the rod makes with the vertical as a result of a

constant horizontal acceleration of 2 feet/sec2 of the box car.

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A.

B.

C.

D.

4.56 degrees

3.55 degrees

2.44 degrees

2.24 degrees

15. A heavy brass plumb-bob suspended from a 38-inch cord was observed to have a natural period

of oscillation of about 2 seconds if pulled 24 inches to one side and then allowed to swing freely.

If an astronaut was to repeat this experiment on the moon where the gravitational attraction is

approximately 1/6th that of the earth, the observed period would be:

A.

B.

C.

D.

0.32 sec

0.82 sec

4.90 sec

12.00 sec

16. Every 6 hr a small satellite orbits the earth, the apogee is triple the perigee. Assume plane

motion and has no effect of the other heavenly bodies. The radius of the earth is approximately

20.91 x 106 ft, let g=32.17 fps2 and remain constant. For the satellite find its maximum altitude.

A.

B.

C.

D.

1360 mi

1249 mi

1585 mi

1456 mi

17. Every 6 hrs a small satellite orbits the earth, the apogee is triple the perigee. Assume plane

motion and has no effect of the other heavenly bodies. The radius of the earth is approximately

20.91 x 106 ft; let g=32.17 fps2 and remain constant. For the satellite find its maximum velocity.

A.

B.

C.

D.

3650 mph

8400 mph

6300 mph

5400 mph

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