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A heavy uniform rope of length L is suspended vertically from Consider a thin flat disk of mass M and face area S at ini-

the ceiling. The rope may oscillate around its equilibrium tial temperature T1 resting initially in weightlessness in a gas

position with different natural frequencies, which will be de- of mass density ρ at temperature T0 (T1 = 1000T0 ). One

noted by fi (i = 1, 2, . . .) in an ascending order. The figure of the faces of the disk is covered with a thermally insulating

below presents the shape of the rope in the first three nat- layer, the other face has a very good thermal contact with the

ural vibrations, as obtained by a computer simulation. Note surrounding gas: gas molecules of mass m obtain the temper-

that the horizontal and vertical scales in the figures are not ature of the disk during a single collision with the surface.

equal. You may assume that the actual lateral displacement Estimate the initial acceleration a0 and maximal speed

of the rope is much smaller than its length (small-amplitude vmax of the disk during its subsequent motion.

approximation). Assume the heat capacity of the disk to be on the of order

N kB , where N is the number of atoms in it, and kB is the

Boltzmann constant, and molar masses of the gas and the

disk’s material to be of the same order. The mean free path

length of molecules is much larger than the size of the disk.

Neglect any edge effects occuring at the edge of the disk.

3 Superconducting mesh

Consider a mesh made from a flat superconducting sheet by

drilling a dense grid of small holes into it. Initially the sheet

is in a non-superconducting state, and a magnetic dipole of

dipole moment m is at a distance a from the mesh pointing

perpendicularly towards the mesh. Now the mesh is cooled

so that it becomes superconducting. Next, the dipole is dis-

Figure: Shapes of the oscillating rope for the first three nat- placed perpendicularly to the surface of the mesh so that its

ural vibrations (i = 1, 2, 3 from left to right) new distance from the mesh is b. Find the force between the

mesh and the dipole. The pitch of the grid of holes is much

smaller than both a and b, and the linear size of the sheet is

A) Develop a simplified model, which will allow you to

much larger than both a and b.

estimate the frequency f1 of the first (fundamental) vibration

of the rope. Hence, calculate approximately f1 for a rope of

length L = 1.0 m. Assume that g = 9.8 m/s2 .

B) Take necessary readings from the figure to estimate the

frequency ratio f1 : f2 : f3 .

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