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Initial velocity

Distance traveled, s = 10m

Time t = 4s

m 40 kg

Using the equation of motion,

1

s v0t at 2

2

1

2

10 0 3 a 4

2

2

a 1.25 m/s

W mg

W 40 9.81

W 392.4 N

K 0.25

Apply equilibrium condition.

Fy 0

N W cos 20 P sin 50 0

N 368.74 0.766 P

P cos 50 K N W sin 20 m a

0.4513P 276.16

P 612 N

13-28)

aA

2mB a0 m A mB g

m A mB

aB

2m A a0 mA mB g

m A mB

13-31)

am

aA

Acceleration of man

and block

are assumed to be directed upwards

Equations of motion

Considering free body diagram of man

Fy ma y

T Wm mm am

T mm g mm am

T 70 9.81 70am

Fy ma y

T WA m A a A

T mA g mAa A

T 80 9.81 80a A

Here the rope has acceleration with a magnitude equal to that of block A

ar a A

i.e.,

is directed downwards

Applying relative acceleration equation

am ar am / r

am a A 0.25

am

Substituting value of

T 70 9.81 70am

T 70 9.81 70 a A 0.25

T 70 9.81 0.25 a A

Substituting T in equation (2)

T 80 9.81 80a A

70 9.81 0.25 a A 80 9.81 80a A

a A 80 70 70 9.81 0.25 80 9.81

aA

70 0.25 5 9.81

150

Tension in the rope,

T 70 9.81 0.25 a A

T 718.9 N

Learning goal:

13-41P

Consider block A

Fx Max

P N C sin m A a A

8

aA

32.2

20 N C sin15

Consider block B

Fy ma y

NC cos wB mB aB

15

aB

32.2

NC cos15 15

S

tan15 B

SA

S B S A tan15

Differentiating the above expression twice with respect to time ,we get

aB a A tan15

3

Solving equations (1) (2) & (3), we get

From equations (1)

8

NC sin15 20

aA

32.2

1

8

NC

20

a A

sin15

32.2

From equation (2)

1

15

NC

15

aB

cos15

32.2

1

8

1

15

20

a A

15

aB

sin15

32.2

cos15

32.2

From equation (3)

1

8

1

15

20

a A

15

a A tan15

sin15

32.2

cos15

32.2

Solving the equation:

8

15

20

a A tan15 15

a A tan15

32.2

32.2

8

15

2

20

a A 15 tan15

a A tan15

32.2

32.2

8

15

aA

tan15 2 20 15 tan15

32.2

32.2

20 15 tan15

aA

8

2

15

32.2 tan15 32.2

15.9807

aA

0.28189

a A 56.69 ft/s 2

From equation (3)

aB a A tan15

aB 56.69 tan15

aB 15.19 ft/s 2

13-82)

y f x

We know, path defined as

, then radius of curvature at the point where particle

located is determined using the formulae

2 3/ 2

dy

1

dx

d2y

dx 2

y 25

Equation of path,

dy

1

2x

dx

200

1 2

x

200

dy

0.01x

dx

d2y

0.01

dx 2

Substitute the known values in equation of the radius of curvature

1 0.01x 2

0.01

At

x0

3/2

1 02

3/ 2

0.01

A 100 m

At

x 25 m

1 0.01 25 2

B

0.01

3/ 2

B 109.52 m

dy

tan

dx

tan 0.01x

x0

At

tan A 0.01 0

tan A 0

A 0o

x 25 m

At

tan B 0.01 25

tan B 0.25

B 14.04

Equations of motion:

Particles normal acceleration always acts in the positive n direction, i.e. towards the paths

center of curvature

Fn man

W cos N man

mg cos N m

v2

N mg cos m

v2

v2

v2

N 7848cos 800

On the road at point A the car is just about to lose contact with the road .So, normal

reaction acting on the car is zero

N NA 0

A 100 m

From equation (1)

800v 2

0 7848cos 0

100

2

v 981

v 31.32 m/s

B 14.04

When the car is at B,

B 109.52 m

From equation (1)

N B 7848cos 14.04

800(31.32) 2

109.52

N B 7613.55 7165.4

N B 448.16 N

13-56)

Consider the equilibrium of forces along the tangential direction.

^ Ft mat

Rx cos 45 R y cos 45 w cos 45 ma

1

R y

2

Rx

1

1

w

ma

2

2

(1)

Consider the equilibrium of forces along the radial (or) normal direction.

[ Fn man

mv 2

Rx sin 45 R y sin 45 w sin 45

R y

2

Rx

mv 2

1

1

2

2

1

1

Rx

R y

w

2

2

1

1

Rx

R y

w

2

2

mv 2

1

2

R

ma

(2)

mv 2

ma

62

1

75

0.5

75

10

2

1.4142 Rx 37.5 270

2 Rx

307.5

1.4142

Rx 217.43 N

Rx

217.43 N for Rx

Substitute

1

217.43 Ry

2

R y

2

217.43

in equation (1).

1

1

w

ma

2

2

1

1

75 9.81 75 0.5

2

R y 518.32 53.033

R y 571.35 N

Rx 217 N

R y 571 N

13-63)

The speed of the passenger is given by

80 1000

v

m/s

60 60

v 22.22 m/s

an

Normal acceleration

always acts in the positive direction .There is no acceleration in

the bi-normal direction.

v2

an

22.222

an

105

an 4.7 m/s 2

Consider free-body diagram of passenger

Equilibrium of forces in the bi-normal direction:

Fb 0

;

N cos W 0

N cos mg 0

N

9.81m

cos

Fn man

N sin man

N sin m 4.7

Substituting value of N in the above equation, we get,

9.81m

sin m 4.7

cos

4.7

tan

9.81

tan 0.479

25.6

13-68)

an

Normal acceleration

curvature.

v2

an

an

752

600

an 9.375 ft/s 2

Equation of motion:

Ft mat

Ft mat

3450

6

32.2

Ft 642.86 lb

Ft

Fn

man

Fn man

3450

9.375

32.2

Fn 1004.5 lb

Fn

Resultant force,

F Ft 2 Fn 2

F 642.862 1004.52

F 1192.6 lb

13-94)

13-104)

T 5.66 N

13-110)

vr 2.5 m s and

v 2 m s

13-121)

vP 856 m/s

v A 4.52 km/s

Learning goal:

R 4.23 107 m

13-119)

v A 4.63km/s

vB 7.71km/s

Video solution:

a A 9.66 ft/s 2

aB 21.3ft/s 2

Option a is correct

Video solution:

a) T 76.9 lb

b) T 74.1lb

Option 4 is correct

Video solution:

a A 4.28ft/s 2 down the slope

Option 3 is correct

Video solution:

v 15.23ft/s

Option 2 is correct

Video solution:

at 9.36 m/s 2

N 310 N

Option a is correct

Video solution:

v p 995.3m/s

Option 3 is correct

13-3)

Equate all the forces in the X direction to get acceleration

P cos 30 mg P sin 30 ma

as :

60

2

a 0.867 m/s

a

Calculate the velocity of the block after 3 seconds using the equation of motion as

v u at

v 0 0.867 4

v 3.47 m/s

Calculate the distance travelled by the block after 3 seconds using equation of motion as

1

s ut at 2

2

1

2

s 0 3 0.867 4

2

s 6.94 m

13-18)

t 1.82 s

s 5.30 ft

13-26)

FAB

Calculate the magnitude of spring force

FAB k AB s

FAB 2000 s

Calculate the magnitude of spring force using the following equation

FBC k BC s

Apply force equilibrium condition along horizontal direction

Fx max

F FAB FCB ma

5000 3000 s 2000 s 2a

5000 3000 s 2000 s 2a

5000 5000s

2

a 2500 2500 s

a

ads vdv

Integrate the above equation

0.09

0

2 0.09

s

2500 s 2500

2

v2

0.092

v2

2

2

v 2 2 214.875

v 429.75

v 20.73m s

3-17)

Calculate the frictional force developed between A and the surface.

Ff k N A

A

F

f

0.19 N A

N A w cos man

N A w cos

w

an

g

13

0

32.2

N A 13cos 60

N A 6.5 lb

T F f A w sin mat

w

at

g

T k N A w sin

13

at

32.2

T 10.02 0.404at

... (1)

Calculate the frictional force developed between B and surface

Ff k N B

B

0.19 N B

N B w cos man

32.2 ft/s 2

Substitute 10 lb for w,

13

N B 13cos 30

0

32.2

N B 11.26 lb

for g,

60

for

an

, and 0 for

T Ff

w sin mat

w

at

g

T k N B w sin

32.2 ft/s 2

Substitute 10 lb for w,

for g,

13

at

32.2

NB

8.660 lb

for

, and

30

T 8.64 0.404at

T 8.64 0.404at

(2)

for

5.866 0.3105at

Substitute

T 10.02 0.404at

for

0.808at 1.38

at 1.71ft/s 2

13-38)

Calculate the normal reaction between the block and the surface by applying Newtons

law in y direction.

Fy ma y

(Take upward direction +ve):

N C mg cos 0

N C 12 9.81cos 30 0

N C 101.95 N

Fx max

(Take downward direction +ve):

mg sin k N C ma

a 2.44 m s 2

Calculate the final velocity of the block by using the equation of motion.

vB2 v A2 2as

2.5 m s

vA

Substitute

for , and 3 m for s in the above equation.

2

2

vB 2.2 2 2.44 3

vB 4.414 m s

13-63)

Calculate the mass of the boy.

W Mg

145 M 32.2

M 4.5 slugs

Calculate the normal reaction on the man exerted by the cushion by use of equilibrium

equation along y direction.

Fy Man

MV 2

N Mg cos

sin

r

4.5 212

sin 60

8

N 145cos 60 248sin 60

N 4.5 32.2 cos 60

N 287.33 lb

Calculate the frictional force on the man exerted by the cushion by use of equilibrium

equation along x direction.

Fx Man

Mg sin F

MV 2

cos

r

4.5 212

cos 60

8

145sin 60 F 248.06 cos 60

F 1.57 lb

13-69)

Ff 1.11 kN

N 6.73 kN

13-67)

The speed of the passenger is given by

80 1000

v

m/s

60 60

v 22.22 m/s

an

Normal acceleration

always acts in the positive direction .There is no acceleration in

the bi-normal direction.

an

v2

22.222

an

135

an 3.66 m/s 2

Consider free-body diagram of passenger

Equilibrium of forces in the bi-normal direction:

Fb 0

;

N cos W 0

N cos mg 0

N

9.81m

cos

Fn man

N sin man

N sin m 4.7

Substituting value of N in the above equation, we get,

9.81m

sin m 3.66

cos

3.66

tan

9.81

tan 0.373

20.5

13-78)

31.3

13-73)

v gr

N B 2mg

13-84)

N 33.759 lb

a 59.75 ft s

13-95)

Apply the equation of motion for

F ma

component.

& 2r&

0 m r&

&

1 d 2 &

r 0

r dt

Thus,

d r 2& 0

r & C

r & r &

2

2

0

1

2

&

1 2.65 rad s

Calculate the radial acceleration of the ball at that instant.

2

ar &

r& r&

1

ar 0 0.28 2.652

ar 1.966 m s 2

Fr mar

T 3 1.966

T 5.89 N

13-118)

v0

GM e e 1

r0

r0

Me

in the above formulae:

12

66.73 10 5.976 10 24 0.21 1

v0

8.378 10 6

vB 57.59 106

vB 7.59 103

vB 7.59 km/s

ra

Maximum distance from the orbit to the center of the earth is

ra

= radius of the earth+ Distance from surface of earth to apogee

rp ra

Relation between

, can be expressed as:

r0

ra

2GM e

1

r0v0 2

ra

ra

8.378 106

2 66.73 1012 5.976 1024

1

8.378 106 75892

8.378 106

1.65 1

ra 12.89 106 m

r

v A p vB

ra

8.378 106

vA

7589

12.89 106

v A 4932.6 m/s

v A 4.32 km/s

13-116)

v 2.57 km s

13-97)

Calculate the radius of curvature of the particle at that instant.

0.5

r

cos

0.5sec

r& 0.5sec tan &

as follows:

. (2)

r

Obtain the second derivatives of as follows:

&

& sec tan &

&

r& 0.5 sec tan & tan sec 3 &

r 0.5sec

0.5sec35

0.61 m

35 for

35 for

r& 0.5sec tan &

(1)

(3)

2 rad sec

and

for &

in the equation (2).

0.5sec 35 tan 35 2

0.855 m s

30 for

2 rad

,

and

equation (3).

&

& sec tan &

&

r& 0.5 sec tan & tan sec3 &

3 rad sec

2

3

5.69 m s 2

ar &

r& &2 r

ar 5.69 0.61 22

ar 3.25 m s 2

Write the equation for centripetal acceleration as follows:

& 2r&

a r&

&

a 0.61 2 2 0.855 2

a 4.64 m s 2

Calculate normal reaction using the free body diagram.

Fr mar

N cos mg cos mar

N 11.02 N

Calculate the force of the rod on the particle.

F ma

F mg sin N sin ma

F 1.819 3.712

F 5.53 N

&

for &

in the

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