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RIGID BODY DYNAMICS & CONSERVATION LAWS

by ASHISH ARORASir

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60

Instruction : In Section - A each question from 1 to 20 is of 3 Marks and there is a negative marking of -1 Mark.

Section - A

Single Choice Correct Type Questions (Q. No. 1 to 20)

1.

2.

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In this section 20 questions are there and each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is

correct. Marking Scheme - +3 for RIGHT answer and -1 for WRONG answer.

A sphere of mass M and radius R is moving on a rough fixed surface, having coefficient of friction as shown in figure. It will attain a minimum linear velocity

after at time :

(A) V0 / g

(B) 0R/g

(C) (V0 0R)/ g

(D) 2 (V0 0R)/7g

1

(B) = tan1 2

A

D

A solid sphere mass 10 kg and radius 0.1 m is placed on a rough horizontal surface. A 20 N force is applied on the

sphere horizontally passing through centre of mass. For pure rolling, the force of friction is :

(A)

40

N

7

(B)

20

N

7

(C) 20 N

rotated about AB. Find the angular velocity of the system at the moment it

comes in a vertical plane from the initial position. (Assume it being made up of

uniform rods of length l & l/2 (mass of length l = m)

PH

3g

(A) =

33l

(C) =

5.

(D) = cot1 2

2

3

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(C) = tan1 2

2

3

4.

V0

A thin uniform equilateral triangular plate rests in a vertical plane with one of its ends (A) on a rough horizontal

floor and the other end (C) on a smooth vertical wall. The least angle its base (AC) can make with horizontal will be:

1

(A) = cot1 2

3.

48 g

17l

(D) None

A

B

(B) =

86 g

33l

(D) =

8g

7l

J

l/2

l/2

D

m/2

C

m/2

A solid sphere mass M0 is initially rotating with angular velocity 0. If the radius of the sphere is suddenly reduced

to half then find the work done by friction of the liquid medium in which its is kept after contraction to bring it to

rest. (Radius of sphere = R) (neglect air drag)

(A)

PHYSICS

2

M R22

5 0

(B) M0R22

(C)

4

M R22

5 0

(D)

1

M R202

2 0

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At some instant a particle on a body is moving along a straight line 2x 3y = 2 and its co-ordinate on that line is (4,

2). Now at other instant same particle is moving along a straight line 3x + 4y = 7 and its co-ordinate is (1, 1). Find the

co-ordinate of that axis about which it is pure rotation :

(A)

7.

30 35

,

17 17

(B)

(B) 10 3

5 gd

2 R2

(B)

(C)

5 d ( g R)

2

R2

(C) R +

R

2

(D) R

R

2

A stick of length l and mass m lies on a frictionless horizontal surface on which it is free to move in any direction. A

ball of same mass m moving with speed v0 perpendicularly to this length and collide at the end of stick. Find the

angular velocity of rod if the collision is perfectly inelastic :

12v0

7l

(C)

24v0

5l

(B)

6v0

5l

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(A)

(D)

3v0

7l

is applied as shown in the figure. Find the minimum value of so that the sphere

starts pure rolling. (Take g = 10 m/s2)

(A) 0.3

(B) 0.2

(C) 0.1

(D) for no value of it will start pure rolling

F = 10 3 N

30

A uniform disc of radius r is rotated in clockwise sense with angular speed and kept vertically on a rough surface.

Which of the graph of vcm t can be correct :

(A)

vcm

13.

5 gd

7 R2

(B) R

PH

12.

A disc of radius R rolls on a horizontal surface with linear velocity vi and angular velocity ( k ) . There is a particle

P on the circumference of the disc which has velocity in vertical direction. The height of that particle from the

ground will be :

(A) R +

11.

(C) 20

5 d ( g 2 R )

(D)

7

R2

10.

8 16

,

9 9

A solid sphere of mass m and radius R is rolling on a rough surface, whose centre of mass is at C at a distance d from

centre of sphere and at a certain instant it has angular velocity . Find the angular acceleration of sphere at this

instant. Take moment of inertia about the bottom contact of sphere as (7/5)mR2 :

(A)

9.

(C)

A three dimensional vector has equal magnitude in all three direction. The magnitude of this vector is 30. Find the

magnitude of component in each direction :

(A) 5 2

8.

50 61

,

17 17

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6.

vcm

vcm

vcm

(B)

(C)

(D)

A uniform circular disc of radius r is placed on a rough horizontal surface and given a

linear velocity v0 and angular velocity 0 as shown. The disc comes to rest after moving

some distance to the right. It follows that :

(A) 3v0 = 20r

(B) 2v0 = 0r

(C) v0 = 0r

(D) 2v0 = 30r

PHYSICS

v0

0

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15.

(A) a smooth horizontal surface.

(C) a rough horizontal surface.

A cylinder of mass M' and radius r is rolling without slipping on a horizontal surface.

The velocity of its C.M. is equal to v. The total angular momentum of the cylinder about

a point P at distance R/2 from centre of cylinder is :

(A)

MR 2

4

(B)

(C) MR2

16.

(D) a rough inclined surface.

P

R/2

v

MR 2

2

(D) Zero

A solid sphere of mass M and radius R is lying on a rough horizontal plane. A constant

force F = 4 Mg acts vertically at point P such that OP makes 60 with horizontal. Find the

minimum value of coefficient of friction so that sphere starts pure rolling :

(A)

3

7

(B)

4

7

(C)

2

7

(D)

2

5

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14.

F = 4Mg

P

60

STATEMENT-1: A sphere rolls down a rough inclined plane without sliding. It gains rotational K.E. due to the work

done by friction.

because

STATEMENT-2: As the force of friction is static, net work done by friction is zero.

(A) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is a correct explanation for Statement-1.

(B) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is True; Statement-2 is NOT a correct explanation for Statement-1.

(C) Statement-1 is True, Statement-2 is False.

(D) Statement-1 is False, Statement-2 is True.

18.

A rectangular block has a square base measuring a a, and its height is h. It moves on a horizontal surface in a

direction perpendicular to one of the edges on the base. If no external force is acting on the block find the coefficient

of friction is if it topples :

(A) > h/a

19.

(C) >

2a

h

(D) >

a

2h

A uniform rod of length 2l is placed with one end in contact with the horizontal table and is then inclined at an angle

to the horizontal and allowed to fall. Friction is sufficient so that the end in contact does not slip. When it becomes

horizontal, its angular velocity will be :

(A) =

3 g sin

2l

2l

(B) =

3 g sin

g sin

(C) =

(D) =

g sin

A rod of uniform density and length l is hinged at O and kept at horizontal frictionless surface. An impulse

PH

20.

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17.

P0 ( 130 kg-m/s) along the surface is applied on rod as shown in the figure. The impulse on the rod due to hinge just

after application of P0 in kg-m/s is [tan = 9/7]

l/2

(A)

65

(C) 85

(B) 75

(D) 95

PHYSICS

l/4

* *

P0

PG Brainstormer - 8C

PG Brainstormer - 8 C

RIGID BODY DYNAMICS & CONSERVATION LAWS

by ASHISH ARORASir

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PG Brainstormer - 8 C

RIGID BODY DYNAMICS & CONSERVATION LAWS

by ASHISH ARORASir

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ANSWER KEY

Section - A

(D)

2.

(A)

11. (B)

19. (A)

20. (C)

(D)

12. (D)

4.

(C)

13. (B)

5.

(C)

6.

(B)

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(B)

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(D)

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