636 views

Uploaded by Chong Yin Ping

STPM physics sem 1 Circular Motion notes

- Mathematics T for new STPM syallabus
- Physics STPM Past Year Questions With Answer 2007
- Answer of Trial paper of Maths T STPM 2014 Sem 1 SIGS
- 403 Lab Report Circular Motion
- Mark Scheme Trial PHYSICS 2013 Sem 3
- STPM_ STPM Physics Notes
- STPM Phys Q&A (Mlk)
- Sem 3 Trial Stpm 2014
- STPM SBA Physics Report 2013
- Stpm 2014 Trial p1 Set 2 q & A
- STPM Math Formula
- STPM 2014 Maths T Paper 1 Trial Sem 1 SSIJB
- TRIAL PHYSICS STPM SEM 3 2013 TERENGGANU
- Actual 2009 STPM
- Trial Stpm Physics Term 1 2015
- STPM Physic
- Summary vector
- Introduction ( Math T )
- 960 SP Physics 2012
- 1.1 Modulus Functions (Exercise)

You are on page 1of 5

0 Circular Motion

In this topic, we will study the angular motion with angular kinematics and rotation

dynamics. We will investigate the relationship between, qthe angular

displacement, w the angular velocity and a the angular acceleration.

4.1 Angular Velocity

Definition of angular displacement

The rate of change of angular displacement for a circular motion.

Definition of period, T

The time taken for the particle to complete a circle of the circular motion.

For a complete cycle, where

> Definition

Centripetal acceleration is the acceleration where the direction of the velocity

change Dv is, perpendicular to the direction of v and is directed towards the centre

of the circle.

> Formula

Centripetal Acceleration,

> Definition

The force on a body moving in a circle and always directed towards the centre O of

the circle.

Horizontal circle

Tension, T =

v = speed of the particle

r = radius of the circle

Other information

-When the speed increases gradually, the tension in the string increases until the

braking tension is attained.

Then the object continues the motion in straight line with uniform speed at the

direction tangential to the circle. (First Newtons Law)

Vertical Circle

Tension, T =

Tension maximum

Tension minimum

Other information

The object remains without dropping because the centripetal force on the object is

greater than the weight of the object.

Conical Pendulum

Horizontal component

Vertical component

This method can be used to calculate the value of g but is not suitable because:

(i) It is difficult to measure accurately the angle q.

(ii) It is hard to fix q at a constant value when measuring the period T.

Motion of a motorcyclist round a curved track

The force F produces a moment in the clockwise direction. So, to prevent from

toppling over, the person has to bend inwards so that the weight mg and the

reaction R form a couple to balance the moment produced by F.

Clockwise moment = anticlockwise moment

(a) The speed v increases.

The centripetal force is provided by the lateral frictional forces F1 and F2 between

the inner and outer pair of tyres.

There is no acceleration in vertical direction, the normal reactions at the inner and

the outer pairs of tyres

The clockwise moments = Total anticlockwise moments

Solving the equation simultaneously

For the normal reaction R1 at the inner pair of tyres is less than R2 the normal

reaction at the outer pair of tyres.

The car over turn when

v is the maximum speed of the car to round the curved track without overturning.

The speed can be increased when:

(a) The radius r of the circular track is bigger.

(b) The centre of gravity G of the car is lower, h is smaller.

(c) The wheel base is bigger.

- Mathematics T for new STPM syallabusUploaded byLoo Soo Yong
- Physics STPM Past Year Questions With Answer 2007Uploaded byAudra Henderson
- Answer of Trial paper of Maths T STPM 2014 Sem 1 SIGSUploaded byKenneth Chan
- 403 Lab Report Circular MotionUploaded byalkyone_n
- Mark Scheme Trial PHYSICS 2013 Sem 3Uploaded byZuraini Arshad
- STPM_ STPM Physics NotesUploaded byPeter Chai
- STPM Phys Q&A (Mlk)Uploaded bySimPor
- Sem 3 Trial Stpm 2014Uploaded bynur aisyah
- STPM SBA Physics Report 2013Uploaded byJosh, LRT
- Stpm 2014 Trial p1 Set 2 q & AUploaded bychoichiang
- STPM Math FormulaUploaded bySimPor
- STPM 2014 Maths T Paper 1 Trial Sem 1 SSIJBUploaded byKenneth Chan
- TRIAL PHYSICS STPM SEM 3 2013 TERENGGANUUploaded byZuraini Arshad
- Actual 2009 STPMUploaded bytweihuai
- Trial Stpm Physics Term 1 2015Uploaded byMarce La
- STPM PhysicUploaded byJonathan Teng
- Summary vectorUploaded bylimsiewthiang
- Introduction ( Math T )Uploaded byMc Cleve Christopher Foo
- 960 SP Physics 2012Uploaded byMohd SharulniZam
- 1.1 Modulus Functions (Exercise)Uploaded bylimsiewthiang
- STPM Maths-T Term 1 Assignment 2012Uploaded byWei Jin Woo
- PhysicsUploaded byRosdy Dyingdemon
- 9701_s03_qp_2_2Uploaded byHubbak Khan
- STPM Chemistry 2002 - Paper 2Uploaded bySteve_Sam93
- Essay an Ideal RoommateUploaded byChuiwen Ang
- Circular MotionUploaded byRyan Mills
- Circular Motion IntroductionUploaded byrebbieg
- Form 4 (Chapter 2 Force & Motion).pdfUploaded byRashidah Mohtar
- STPM Chemistry 2004 - Paper 2Uploaded bySteve_Sam93

- maths courseworkUploaded byWee Kwong Yaw
- 151_T1_07a_namingUploaded byjonathan_senaratne
- 变数的写法Uploaded byLingSH
- PHYSIC STPM Trial Sem 1 2013Uploaded byZuraini Arshad
- Chemistry Form 6 StpmUploaded byChong Yin Ping
- group 2Uploaded byChong Yin Ping
- Terengganu Trial SPM 2014 SejarahUploaded byFarah Adilah
- [Edu.joshuatly.com] Kedah Module Peningkatan Prestasi Tingkatan 5 SPM 2014 Geografi [7C8428FB]Uploaded byWee Kwong Yaw
- Math M coursework doc1.docxUploaded byWee Kwong Yaw
- SCHEME CHEMISTRY Trial First Term 2013Uploaded byZuraini Arshad
- Transition MetalUploaded byChong Yin Ping
- Transition MetalUploaded byChong Yin Ping
- Transition MetalUploaded byChong Yin Ping
- Chemistry Stpm Semester 2 Group 2Uploaded byChong Yin Ping
- STPM Physics sem 1 ThermodynamicsUploaded byChong Yin Ping
- Roman80q&AUploaded byChong Yin Ping
- Math M Coursework.doc4Uploaded byChong Yin Ping
- 151_T1_07a_namingUploaded byjonathan_senaratne
- 单元10Uploaded byChong Yin Ping
- Chapter 8 P2 AnswerUploaded byD_23_des
- Husband PrayerUploaded byChong Yin Ping
- Math M Coursework.doc3Uploaded byChong Yin Ping
- STPM Physics 2008Uploaded byTang Siew Eng
- 诗篇 73：25 - 28Uploaded byChong Yin Ping
- Chemistry Form 4 Chapter 2Uploaded byMur_nie
- SPM Percubaan 2008 Sabah Science Paper 1Uploaded byChinWynn.com
- 除你以外Uploaded byChong Yin Ping
- 964 SP Biology 2012Uploaded byMohd SharulniZam
- SPM Percubaan 2008 MRSM Chemistry Paper 2Uploaded byChinWynn.com

- Emaths NotesUploaded byNikki Zi Hui
- Lecture11 Trigonometric Functions of Acute AnglesUploaded bymarchelo_chelo
- 02_LectureOutline (2)Uploaded byMaggie Westbrook
- Motion in One DimensionUploaded byMundu Mustafa
- g8m2l6 7 1- sequences of rigid motionsUploaded byapi-276774049
- AMCUploaded byfunkadeli
- Tutorial 8Uploaded byBhushan Rane
- 04_axial.pdfUploaded byJoseph Sebastian
- Euler Angles, Unit Quaternions, And RotationUploaded byDomagoj Majstorović
- Calculus 2Uploaded byranaateeq
- PhysicsChpt8Uploaded byDhayalan Pro
- Group theoryUploaded byJorge Alberto Venzor Valdivia
- Distance Time and Speed Time GraphUploaded byMuhammad Javeed
- A Collection of Polish Works on Philosophical Problems of Time and SpacetimeUploaded byÖzgur Omay
- Differential geometry notes 1Uploaded bySanjeev Shukla
- CBSE Class 9 Mathematics Worksheet - Surface Areas and Volumes (2)Uploaded byvenus
- Modelado de Piezas Por Extrusión PlanaUploaded byNelson Correa Díaz
- MathUploaded byNishant Gaur
- Basic CalculusUploaded byChristine Claire Algodon Baldo
- 1966Uploaded byLalith77
- 3D-figures.pdfUploaded bygooddown
- Lesson 3 Applying Newton’s Laws of MotionUploaded byRobert Carter
- Newton’s Superb Theorem an Elementary Geometric ProofUploaded byabinaspradhan
- Three Dimensional Geometry AssignmentUploaded bysheetal
- Eulers FormulaUploaded bywdm00
- Elements of DesignUploaded byKent Paimalan
- C4 Practice A5Uploaded byKonstantinos Konstantinou
- Circle Theorem TipsUploaded bystyles_2980
- Newton's Principia, Notes & Illustrations, & a Collection of ProblemsUploaded byarchitmok
- Fisika Linear MotionUploaded byHarjono Jn