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BMETC

Solving problems in mechanics and in electrical

circuits Course work.

Birmingham Metropolitan College

BMC Number: 131437827

1.

conventional symbol, the SI unit of measurement and the

symbol for that unit.

Physical

Quantity

Conventio

nal

Symbol

Distance

S

Force

F

Acceleration A

Volume

Mass

Length

Weight

Energy

Work

Pressure

Current

Resistance

Electromoti

ve Force

V

M

L

W

E

W

P

A

R

EMF

SI Unit of

Measurement

Unit

Symbol

Metre

Newton

Metres per second

squared

Metres cubed

Kilogram

Millimetre

Kilogram

Joule

Joule

Pascal

Amps

Ohms

Volts

m

n

m/s2

m3

KG

mm

KG

J

J

Pa

I

2.

quantity corresponding to the units and write the

number in the standard format, using an

appropriate symbol and prefix, assuming trailing

zeros are not significant:

1.

56,500 Newtons per metre squared 56.5 KN/m2 (Kilo

Newtons per Metre squared)

2,500,000 Watts 2.5 MW (Megawatts)

0.0008 Kilometres 0.8 M (Metres)

756 microseconds 0.000756 s (Seconds)

Twenty-five thousand volts 25 KV (Kilovolts)

and enter the results below.

0.036 m2 into mm2: 36mm2

45 km/hr into m/s: 12.5 m/s

75 miles/hr into m/s: 33.528 m/s

22.5 m/s into km/hr: 81 km/hr

0.370 cm2 into mm2: 37 mm2

2.75 m2 into cm2: 2750 cm2

1.26 tonnes into kg: 1260 kg

350kg into Newtons: 3432.328 n

0.045 V into mV: 45 mV

1350 mA into A: 1.35 A

1.

supported by pillars 0.2m from each end. There is a

man of mass 85kg standing 1.7m from one end of

the beam. Overleaf draw a diagram showing the

forces acting on the beam in this equilibrium

condition. Calculate the magnitudes of the loads

carried by each support.

2.

Energy as a concept is based on any kind of work expended

in forms such as mechanically driven water pumps,

electrically powered motors and even the kinetic energy of a

moving object. For example if an object is on the edge of a

raised platform, it has gravitational potential energy from the

possibility of it falling off the edge of the platform, if the

object falls off the conditions in this scenario which define its

vector and velocity, are the objects mass, any initial velocity

causing it to fall and gravity. Additionally any potential

energy it loses whilst falling is equally gained in kinetic

energy; kinetic energy can be described as the energy an

object has whilst it In motion.

gravity x height; gravity on Earth is always taken to be

9.81 m/s2, this however depends upon the planetary

body, E.G for example the gravitational pull would be

increased if the bodies mass was greater than that of

Earth. if an object has a mass of 2kg, and it is at a

height of 10 metres, the equation to work out it's

gravitational potential energy would be 2kg x 9.81m/s 2

x 10m = 196.2 The unit of measurement for energy is

the joule, so our final answer would be 196.2 joules.

This can be derived from the formula of momentum (P

=mv) by integrating the equation in terms of V. This

gives us mv2. If we apply this formula to a scenario

such as: An object of mass 15kg is travelling at 2m/s,

the equation would be 0.5 x 15 x 22, this gives us 30.

Kinetic Energy like Potential Energy is measured in

joules so the final answer would be 30 joules.

another physical entity. For example if a force of substantial

object to move or react, the work is the reaction of the object

due to the forces action upon it. This can also be related to

Newtons third law (Every action has an equal and opposite

reaction). The reaction of the object is affected by the work

done unto it by the forces action. Work like Energy is also

measured in joules.

Force is the resultant value of a mass accelerating. Every

physical body with mass will generate force when it

accelerates; this force is then carried with the physical body

until it encounters another object, in which case the force is

then exerted onto the second object and then equally

rebounded. The formula for working out the force of a

moving object is force = mass multiplied by the acceleration

as described by Newtons second law . The unit of

measurement for force is the newton, named after the

scientist whose theories advanced our understanding of

mechanical physics and motion.

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