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In some types of problems the motion of one

particle will depend on the corresponding motion

of another particle.

Analysis of Two Particles here represented by blocks, are interconnected by

inextensible cords which are wrapped around

pulleys.

Prepared by:

Engr. Jerome Jordan F. Famadico, CE

Instructor

For example, the movement of block A downward Note that each of the coordinate axes is (1)

along the inclined plane as shown in the figure measured from a fixed point (O) or fixed datum

below will cause a corresponding movement of line, (2) measured along each inclined plane in the

block B up the other incline. direction of motion of each block, and (3) has a

positive sense from C to A and D to B.

coordinates are related by the equation:

the location of the blocks using position

coordinates SA and SB.

Engr. Jerome Famadico

Taking the time derivative of this expression, A more complicated example is

realizing that lCD and lT remain constant, while SA shown in the figure.

and SB measure the segments of the cord that

During the motion, the length

change in length. We have:

of the red colored segments of

the cord in the figure remains

constant. If l represents the

total length of cord minus

In a similar manner, time differentiation of the these segments, then the

velocities yields the relation between the position coordinates can be

accelerations, i.e., related by the equation:

1

1/8/2016

Since l and h are constant PRACTICE PROBLEMS:

during the motion, the two 1. Determine the speed of block A in the figure

time derivatives yield: shown if block B has an upward speed of 6 ft/s.

downward (+SB), A moves to

the left (-SA) with twice the

motion.

PRACTICE PROBLEMS: PRACTICE PROBLEMS:

2. Determine the speed of A in the figure shown if B 3. Determine the speed of block B in the figure

has an upward speed of 6 ft/s. shown if the end of the cord at A is pulled down

with a speed of 2 m/s.

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