Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e

Gray, Costanzo, Plesha

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Please note that answers are not provided for the following type of even-numbered problems: 
Concept Problems. 
Computer Problems. 
Design Problems.
For Concept and Computer problems, please consult the solutions manual.

Chapter 1
1.2

.rB=A /` D 3:88 ft

1.4

rEB=A
rE
ˇ B=A
ˇrE

D .4:00 {O 1:00 |O/ ft
D .3:31 uOp 2:46 uO q / ft
ˇ
ˇ
ˇ
ˇ
ˇ
D ˇrE

B=A xy system

B=A pq system

D 4:12 ft

1.6

The angle  is dimensionless (or nondimensional) Observe that since angles can be expressed in a variety of units,
such as radian or degree, this problem illustrates the idea that some nondimensional quantities still require proper use
of units.

1.8

ŒIxx  D ŒIyy  D ŒI´´  D ŒM ŒL2
Units of Ixx , Iyy , and I´´ in the SI system: kgm2 ;
Units of Ixx , Iyy , and I´´ in the U.S. Customary system: slugft2 D lbs2 ft.

1.10

Concept problem.

Chapter 2
2.2

2.4
2.6
2.8

vE.15 s/ D .72:1 {O C 6:24 |O/ ft=s
aE .15 s/ D . 15:8 {O 1:39 |O/ ft=s2 
.15 s/ D 4:95ı 
.15 s/ D 180ı
Concept problem. 

y.x/ D 2:00 C 3:00x C 2:00x 2 m
Concept problem.

2.10 

Er .t1 ; t2 / D .0:899 {O C 41:3 |O/ ft
vEavg .t1 ; t2 / D .0:450 {O C 20:7 |O/ ft=s

2.12

v.t / D r.t/
P D Œ.4:08e 13:6t / {O C . 0:720 1:28e 13:6t / |O m=s
a.t / D v.t/
P D Œ. 55:5e 13:6t / {O C .17:4e 13:6t / |O m=s2
The impact angle  is the slope of the stone’s trajectory at the time that the stone enters the water. Then, recalling
that the velocity is always tangent to the trajectory, we have  D 26:1ı 

y.x/ D 5:25 C 3:25x C 1:00x 2 m
xmax D 3:00 m and xmin D 1:00 m

2.14

2.16

2.18

vE D .29:3 ft=s/Œ1 C cosŒ.25:5 rad=s/t {O .29:3 ft=s/ sinŒ.25:5 rad=s/t |O
p
v D .29:3 ft=s/ 2 C 2 cosŒ.25:5 rad=s/t  

aE D 748 ft=s2 sinŒ.25:5 rad=s/t {O
748 ft=s2 cosŒ.25:5 rad=s/t |O
Computer problem.

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Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e
2.20
2.22

Gray, Costanzo, Plesha

Computer problem.
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vP =O /1 D Œ.1 C cos t/ {O1 C .4 2t/ |O1  m=s
˚
.E
vP =O /2 D Œ.1 C cos t/ cos  2.t 2/ sin  {O2
.E
aP =O /1 D . sin t {O1

Œ2.t

2 |O1 / m=s2

.E
aP =O /2 D Œ. cos  sin t 2 sin / {O2 C .sin  sin t
jE
vP =O .t D 2 s/j1 D 0:584 m=s
jE
vP =O .t D 2 s/j2 D 0:584 m=s
2.24

2/ cos  C .1 C cos t/ sin  |O2 m=s

2 cos / |O2  m=s2

vEP =B D . 6:14 {OB C 23:7 |OB / ft=s
vP =A D 24:5 ft=s
vP =B D 24:5 ft=s
aEP =A D .1:78 {OA C 5:96 |OA / ft=s2
aP =A D 6:22 ft=s2
aP =B D 6:22 ft=s2

2.26

vEA D . 20:0 {O 12:8 |O/ ft=s 
p
p 
2 {O C 3 2 |O ft=s2 D . 1:41 {O C 4:24 |O/ ft=s2
aEA D

2.28

Computer problem.

2.30

Computer problem.

2.32

xR D

8a3 v02
4a2 C y 2

yR D
2.34
2.36 

2

4a2 v02 y
4a2 C y 2 

2

Computer problem. 
p 

v0
vE D p
3a {O C b |O
3a2 C b 2
5
s D 7:85 s
2

2.38

tbraking D

2.40

tjajmax D 3:93 s and tjajmax D 11:8 s
samax D 12:8 m and samax D 129 m

2.42

v0 D 10:1 m=s

2.44

2.46

2.48

where jajmax D 3:60 m=s2 

a0 
sin 2!t C ˇ cos !v.t/ D 7:00 sin t C 1:50 cos.0:500t/
!
x.t / D 7:00Œ1:00 1:50 cos t C 3:00 sin.0:500t/ m
r
mg
vterm D
D 5:00 m=s
Cd  

Cd t
mg
v.t / D
1 e m
Cd
mg
vterm D
Cd
x.t
P /D

2.50

vf D 3:56 m=s

2.52

Computer problem.
v D 10:1 ft=s

2.54

s D 186 ft
t D 3:90 s

2 

1:50 m=s

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t 2.88 dAB D 82:0 m 2. we see that the value of 1 is much closer to ˇ than 2 .74 Gray.000 s s r r0  1 r r0   2 # v0 D 2:88 s gk .80 y D h C tan ˇ. 1 D 26:4ı and 2 D 5:09ı The angle subtended by the target as seen from an observer at point O is ˇ D 21:3ı Unlike Example 2.x w/2 and ˇ D 20:6ı vEinitial D v0 cos ˇ {O C v0 sin ˇ |O D .92 Computer problem.t hvp2 ap C ˛s D 2 r 3 ˇ r ˇ ˛s rDr D 1:44 rad=s2 1 1   D 0:301 w h and t 0 /2 ˇ ˛s ˇrDr D 3:63 rad=s2 2  2.vT /20 aT g .76  D tan 2.56 2.82 The golfer’s chip shot is successful.58 2. 2.84 v0 D 52:8 ft=s 2. d D 4:70 m 2.t s D s0 C v0 .78 vEgun D .P0 /min D ˙4:93 rad=s s   kL0 2 . 2.86 The two firing ranges are 30:4ı    56:8ı and 69:4ı    74:5ı : The sizes of these intervals are.90 v0 D 62:5 ft=s 2.60 2. Plesha 1 sin r r r0 2G .6:02 {O C 7:67 |O/ m=s where v0 is the initial speed of the tiger and ˇ is the angle formed with the horizontal by the initial velocity of the tiger.vT /20  2daT t0 / t0 / C 21 ac . 0 L cos 0 .x 2.x xP D ˙ v0 C 2 g C m  k 2 x m x0 / x02  txmax D 0:243 s 3=2 " r0 2.62 r P / D ˙ P 2 C 2g cos  .000 s .72 v D v0 C ac .64 (a) t D p 2. respectively. 2011 . Costanzo. In addition.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e 2. (ii) t D 383.11.14:7 ft=s/ {O 2. the difference between the angle subtended by the target and 1 or 2 is significant.70 t D 8:63 s yP D 77:7 m=s 2.94 d w/ g 2v02 cos2 ˇ .mA C mB / (b) (i) t D 380.68 k D 2. r gR cos  v0 D p 2 sin ˇ cos.ˇ / 3 Last modified: January 20.66 tstop D 2.

 C / and 2. 2.114 rP D v0 cos.128 Concept problem. v0 O kD R   vEB D 5 kO  2 {O C 1 kO D 10 |O m=s.4:00 uO r C 0:800 uO  / ft=s aEB D .116 vEB D . 262 uO C 200 uO B / ft=s 2. C / r 2. Plesha  D 45ı 4 2.65:7 rad=s/ kO 2.110 !E D 2. 4 Last modified: January 20. 2011 .112 jE v j D 65. Then. tI D 6:19 s xI D 268 m 2. 0:320 uO r C 3:20 uO  / ft=s2 2.120 ˇ aEA ˇrD0 D .126 Concept problem.   vEC D 5 kO  2 {O C 2 kO D 10 |O m=s.100 Computer problem. !E 2 D 105 {O rad=s and !E 3 D 105 |O rad=s    100  (b) !E ` D p {O C |O C kO rad=s ) 60:5 {O C |O C kO rad=s 3 3 2.102 y D v0 sin ˇ 2.˛ C ˇ/  1 2 g cos ˛  x cos ˛ y sin ˛ v0 cos.118 rP D 0 rR D and P D v02 D 9:00 ft=s2 d v0 D d 1:50 rad=s and R D 0 rad=s2 2.600 ft=s Referring to the diagram below.98 v02 D 447 ft g 2v sin max D 5:27 s tD 0 g h  y D 59:9103 ln 1 2:8410 RD 4  i x C 17:7x m 2.˛ C ˇ/ 2 (c) 2. Costanzo.122 2! rP C !r P D0 2. 112 {O C 5:00 |O/ m=s2 : 2.108 vEA D 5 kO  2 {O D 10 |O m=s.96 max D 2.124 aE D .Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e Gray.106    (a) !E 1 D 105 kO rad=s. let  denote the angle formed by the velocity vector and the x axis such that tan  D vy =vx .  D 70:0ı P D v0 sin.   vE D 5 kO  2 {O C 3 kO D 10 |O m=s D .104 (a) aE  bE D 1  6 C 2  3 C 3  0 D 0     (b) aE  aE  bE D 84 {O 42 |O C 0 kO  x cos ˛ y sin ˛ v0 cos.

140 v0 D 19:2 ft=s 2. C d cos  C h sin / : C h2 C 2 C 2d cos  C 2h sin   v02 . Costanzo.160 v D 5490 ft=s ˇ ˇ ˇaE ˇ D 1:00106 ft=s2 2. 2011 .164 PA D PH D vA L D . then min D 565 ft and tf t0 D 4:74 s: 2. 2.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e 2. respectively.144 Letting min and tf t0 denote the tightest radius of curvature and the time needed to perform the turn.134 aE .162 vE D . C d cos  C h sin / d 2 C d cos  C h2 C h sin  3=2  d 2 C 2d cos  C h2 C 2 C 2h sin   v02 d 2 C h2 2 . 2 vA " 2 vA D 2  2 L vB 2d 2 vB 2dL  D 1:1610 3 and R D 0:000 428 rad=s2 rad=s 4:29 rad=s # 2 dL vA D r2 1:6810 4 rad=s2 0:0755 rad=s2 rR D 5:78 ft=s2 and R D 1:42 rad=s2  i   h  aEP D « r 3r P R 3rP P 2 uO r C r « P 3 C 3rR P C 3rP R uO  q . ˇ ˇ ˇaE ˇ D .148 s D 304 ft v02 D 282 ft g 13:8 ft=s2 2.136 2.0/ D 34710 6 rad=s 2 R r.170 0:0116 rad=s.168 2.0/ R D 14:9 ft=s and . 2.h C  sin /2 rD rR D R D v0 .h C  sin /2 C .0/ P D 438 ft=s and .158 rP D 0:265 ft=s 2.132 Concept problem.152 Concept problem.138 Concept problem.d sin  h cos / 2  d 2 C 2d cos  C h2 C 2 C 2h sin  and P D 5 d2 Last modified: January 20.d C  cos /2 v0 .142 D 2. 2.146 vP D 2. 2.154 rP D 684 ft=s. 0:0484 r uO r 0:572 uO  / m=s2 2.0/ D 10:610 6 rad=s2 2. 1:3 uO r C 0:22 r uO  / m=s .156 P r. Gray. Plesha .0:292/s uO n g ft=s2 2.d=2/2 C L2 s 2 C v2 1 vA B L 1 RA D 2 r R D 2.33:710 3 cos / m=s2 2.130 Concept problem.d C  cos /2 C .150 Concept problem.166 2.h cos  d sin / rP D q .s/ D f 19:0 uO t C Œ69:9 2. P D rR D 4:94 ft=s2 .

194  D  C sin 2.208 2.vA ` r vB d / cos  vP =A d  D 63:6ı : g D 331 ft=s D 225 mph 2h @ 26d D 0:937 ft=s2 3t 2 p v0 w 2 C h 2 vEA D {O D . the boat reaches A in 6:86 s When vB=W D 7 s.178 2. 2011 . the boat does not reach A 2.176 vEfollower D .192 vrain D 16:4 ft=s   aEB D L1 R cos  L1 P 2 sin  C L2 R cos  L2 P 2 sin  {O   C L1 P 2 cos  C L1 R sin  C L2 P 2 cos  C L2 R sin  |O 2.190 2. 3:09 ft=s/ |O  aEB D 0:319 ft=s2 |O 2.172 Gray. 2:00 m=s/ |O 2.6:86 {O C 30:3 |O/ m=s 1:00 |O/ m=s2 aEC =A D . 3:08 ft=s/ {O p 2 2 wC  w pC h  h  i p v02 w h2 C w 2 a0 h2 C w w C h2 C w 2 aEA D {O D .198 vpmax D vs C 2.210 1  ` 2 .Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e 2.200 vEB D .196  D 14:9ı 2.1:38 {O 2. Costanzo.204 aEB D . 2.184 ROS D vEB 2. 1680 uO r C 237 uO  / m=s2 2.206 2.174 vE D .202 vEB D . Plesha P D 0 R D p 2 R!AB h2 D R2 15:8 rad=s2 2.137g/ |O ˇ ˇ v D 0:119 ft=s and ˇaE ˇ D 0:0864 ft=s2 2.188 Computer problem. 6 Last modified: January 20. 0:893 ft=s2 / {O  2 p 2 2 wC h Cw a0 D Concept problem.37:710 3 uO r C 0:534 uO  / m=s aE D . For vB=W D 10 s.180 Concept problem.182 Concept problem. 11:1 m=s2 / {O td D 0:164 s 2.186 vEC =A D .1:76 m=s/ |O aEfollower D .  rEB=A vEA  jErB=A j 2.

0:195 0:0851 sin2 /3=2 0:195 0:0851 sin2  q r D .230 2. uO ´ / is right-handed we have vEC D . Costanzo.rR r P 2 r P 2 sin2 / r. and ´land D 0: Concept problem. uO  . 6:5 uO r C 5:52 uO  C 5:3 uO ´ / ft=s 1:56 uO  / ft=s2 aEC D .222 K vE D ´P tan ˇ uO R C uO C ´P uO ´ ´ tan ˇ    K2 uO R C ´R uO ´ aE D ´R tan ˇ 3 ´ tan3 ˇ 2.d C  cos /2 d sin / C .uO R . 2.224 P R sin  C 2rP P sin  C 2r P P cos / r .Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e 2.r R C 2rP P r P 2 sin  cos / D 0 r. 0:662 uO r 2.234 r P sin .214   0:292 cos  vEC D .h cos  .h C  sin /2 P D v0 . Plesha and rP D p v0 . C d cos  C h sin / .7:82 {O2 1:26 |O2 / m=s2 7 Last modified: January 20.232 2.r P R sin  C 2rP P sin  C 2r P P cos / D 0 r P 2 sin  cos / P rR r . 2011 .220 Gray.h C  sin /2 Referring to the figure below and keeping in mind that the coordinate system is defined in such a way that the triad . 2.218 Concept problem.d C  cos /2 C .212 2.r r P sin .216 Concept problem.h C  sin /2 2.226 2. r P 2 r P 2 sin2 / D 0 rP D 0 P D 0 v0 P D D 0:0177 rad=s r sin  v2 rR D 0 D 11:3 ft=s2 r v02 cos  R D 2 D 78:110 6 rad=s2 r sin  R D 0 Computer problem. 61:1 ft=s/ sin  1 C p |O 0:195 0:0851 sin2      0:292 cos  aEC D 1:28104 ft=s2 cos  1 C p 0:195 0:0851 sin2    0:0248 cos2  sin  0:292 sin  C sin  |O p . yland D 1:42 m.r P R C 2rP P 2.d C  cos /2 C . vEP =B . xland D 3:35 m.228 2.10:2 {O2 C 10:3 |O2 / m=s aEP =B D .

6 3.254 a t D 3:33 ft=s2 2.236 2. aEA D 2:15 |O ft=s2 EA xD0 mL   Cd 2 aE D v g |O m xR C 3.14 Letting Fc denote the tension in the cord.18 Concept problem.256 jE aA j D 2:58 m=s2 s 2  2  ˇ ˇ d˛ d! 2 ˇaE ˇ D C C a02 D 173. instead of a locomotive. we would have the same stopping distance because the weight does not appear in our solution.240 Gray.244  D 240 ft 2. 3.246 f D 629 m tf D 5:24 s ˇ rP ˇ D180ı D 0 ˇ P ˇ D180ı D 2:94 rad=s ˇ rR ˇ D180ı D 40:8 m=s2 and ˇ P ˇD30ı D 0:0539 rad=s ˇ R ˇD30ı D 0:243 rad=s2 2.10 d D 50:8 ft 3. h D 29:410 6 m   mg s. Costanzo. Plesha ˇ R ˇ D180ı D 0 2.250  1 r  k cos t m   gm x D L0 C 1 k p v0  gR 2. the maximum reading of the scale is .258 2.12 v D 0:701 m=s 3.248 2.16 The reading of the scale corresponds to the value of the spring force supporting the platform.252 jE aj D 2L! 2 ˇ0 D 1:24 ft=s2 2. Fc D 251 lb 3.2 3.260 min Chapter 3 3.20 Letting d and ts denote the stopping distance and time. Denoting this force by Fs .238 Computer problem.t / D 2 Cd t C m e Cd Cd m t 2. 3. respectively.242 2.Fs /max D 2mg: 3.000 ft=s2 2 2 q ˇ ˇ 1 P4 4 2 ˇaE ˇ D L ! 2 P 2 1 D 2:53 m=s2 2  C ! 1  2. d D 418 ft and ts D 7:59 s: If an entire train weighing 30  106 lb was skidding to a stop.22 Spring compression D 0:737 ft 8 Last modified: January 20.8 Concept problem. 2011 .4 3.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e 2.

26 Denoting by ımax the maximum displacement of the vase relative to the packaging and viewing this quantity as being positive.48 k xR C x 1 m k yR C y 1 m ru p D 0. R D 11:3103 N 3.32 k D 5:93 lb=ft 3. the stopping position of the railcar.44  D 1:40104 ft 3. ımax D 0:167 m.Fs /max D 586 N and Fmax D 557 N. v.50 rR r P 2 C k .46 Letting aE and FL denote the acceleration of the airplane and the lift force acting on the airplane.52 yD 3.Fs /max and the overall maximum force by Fmax D . respectively. taken positive in the direction of uO r (see component system in the answer of Part (a)). x2 C y2 ru p ! ! x2 C y2 D0 3.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e Gray.34 k D 9:03103 kg=s2 3. ımax D 0:569 ft and tstop D 0:177 s 3. Costanzo. 2011 . . the compression of the bumper required to stop the railcar coincides with xstop . 3.1 g cot  9 Last modified: January 20. m r R C 2rP P C g sin  D 0  m tan 0 e Cd x=m Cd  1 m2 g  e Cd x=m 2 1 3.38 Concept problem.0/ D 3. we have jE aj D 3:62 g and jFL j D 43. Denoting the maximum elastic force by . 3. RR C 2RP P D 0 R C cot2 / RP 2 D R.60 ! D 9:94 rad=s 3.56 35:3 m=s  v  55:4 m=s 3.24 k D 5:08104 lb=ft 3. and xstop D 0:160 m: 3.62 3.28 Computer problem. v " u  u k x2 0 2t C L0 L m 2 q x02 C L2 # 3.36 Letting v. P D 5:90106 N (c) Denoting by R the normal force due to the projectile.319103 uO r C 603 uO  / m=s2 @ (b) Denoting by P the pressure force acting on the back of the projectile.54 s D 47:7ı 3.100 N 3.64 2v02 cos2 0 Cd2 Concept problem. Plesha 3. taken positive in the direction of uO  (see component system in the answer of Part (a)).Fs /max mg. 3.40 Concept problem.r ru / g cos  D 0.0/ denote the speed of the mass for x D 0. Therefore.58 (a) aE D .42 Concept problem.30 The origin of the x axis is placed where the railcar first comes into contact with the bumper.

76 3.m C mp / 3.yB /max j D 2 ft .vB /max D vB j.98 aEA D 8:05 {O ft=s2 aEB D 145 {O ft=s2 3.108 3. jvr j D 0:471 m=s 3.106 tcontact D 78:5103 s D 21:8 h ˇ ˇ ˇ 2mB g ˇ ˇ ˇ j.96 s D tan  D 0:424 3. 3.4R2 d 2 / sin  D 4R3 R Defining a Cartesian coordinate system with ˇ the y axis opposite tot ˇ he direction of gravity and with origin at the ˇ 2 ˇ ˇ initial position of B.88 3.104 gd 3.74 L2 RR r P 2 C G me D 0 and r2 RP 2 .90 3.94 ax D 3.3:16 {O C 3:13 |O/ m=s and vEB D .L2 R2 / C r R C 2rP P D 0 p L2 RRP 2 C gR L2 2 2 L R R2 D 0 RR C 2RP P D 0 3.78 Computer problem.70 k D 94:8 lb=ft 3.yB /max  D 8:58 ft=s 3.yB /max j D ˇ k ˇ j.114 vEA D .3:26 {O/ m=s Computer problem. we have j. 3.86 Concept problem. T D 47:3 lb for t > 1 s. 10 Last modified: January 20.84 Concept problem.102 vimpact D 3:69 m=s 3. 2011 .y D 0:9202/ D 4:79 ft=s B 3.110 p 4R2 d 2 cos  g.mA sin ˛ C mB /g ˇˇ D 1:84 ft k .100 mg q k. 3.112 3.80 and v D 0:500 m=s Computer problem. aAy D k1 g D 4:41 m=s2 3.vB /max D vB Œ. Costanzo. 3.yB /max j D ˇ .68 rR 3. Plesha   2 D 41:8ı 3 3.66 B D sin 3.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e 1 Gray.92 F C g D 16:1 ft=s2 2mA   mA C mB rRB=A D G r2 ( 49:3 lb for 0  t  1 s.72 s D 132ı 3.82 Concept problem.

14 4:9810 4. we have y D v0 cos ˇ  mv0 cos ˇ  3.126 Verification problem 3.120 vc D 3.16 U1-2 D 4:35107 ftlb .4 9:02104 ftlb 4.128 WA D 3.124 Defining a Cartesian coordinate system with origin at O.2 Concept problem. Computer problem.20 2 1 2 m. Cd D 0:0888 lbs=ft s  3.116 aEG D 3.U1-2 /C D 2:33107 ftlb FC D 50.122 ab D g . Costanzo.1 cos  / D 1:94 ft=s2 an D g sin  D 11 ft=s2 v2 D D 101103 ft D 19:2 mi g sin  3.30 .26 v0 D 6:40 ft=s 4.800 m 4.12 d D 15:8 m 4.18 4.28 k D 44:8 lb=ft 4.22 ˇ D 1:2910 4.4mB 9mC 30mD C 36mG / P T4 D D 1190 lb mB C mC C 25mD C 9mG 3.v2 11 v12 / D 180 kJ J Concept problem. y axis pointing opposite to gravity and x axis pointing to     mg m2 g x x C v0 sin ˇ C 2 ln 1 the right.24 k D 2:74105 N=m 4.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e Gray. 9:46 ft=s/ |O mB C mC C 25mD C 9mG 3g .mA C mB / 2 dA C dB 1 r0  D 27610 6 ft=s WB .8 U1-2 D 430 kJ 4.mC C 10mD / mG C . 5 lb=ft3 4. 4. 2011 .6 U1-2 D 4.g aB / D 161 lb 2g C 4aB L2 R D h m2 sin L1 R sin L1 R cos g sin  L1 P 2 cos L2 P 2 i m1 g sin  L1 P 2 sin Chapter 4 4. Plesha 9mG g 39P |O D .U1-2 /Engine D 4:64105 ftlb 11 Last modified: January 20.10 (a) dmin D 283 m (b) dmin D 283 m (c) dmin D 14.130 m1 L1 R D m2 g cos  sin 2G .800 lb 4.118 Computer problem.

2R/2 R v2 D Letting vA2 denote the speed of A at impact.54 vA2 D 1:09 m=s 4.44  D cos 4. 4.yB D 2/ D 9:42 ft=s dB D 0 ft yB D 4.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e 4.64 q 2gR dg 1 d 2 = . 2011 .4R2 ! 2 / D 2m. Costanzo.78 Energy Burned D 274 C 4.52 L0 D 4. Plesha 1  5R 3 2 3  2 mvB 4.40 4.38 vA D 2:34103 m=s   s V D P0 s0 A ln s0 4.vO C R2 ! 2 / D 580 J 4.m2 s2 / mgv .66 W D 2mg 4.36 VB D 14 ˇx 4 d D 0:420 ft 4.v v22 / D 1:47 kN 2h 1    D sin 1 23 D 41:8ı Favg D mg C 4.2R/2   q d NA D mg 3 1 d 2 = .56 mB D 4kR D 132ı D 1:06 m and vB2 D 3:28 m=s 2 C kı 2 mA vB2 2gı 2 vB2 D 0:685 kg r 4.vB /max D vB .72 Concept problem.sin 35ı C sin 75ı / D 26:6 ft=s mA C 4mB 1 .82 ˇ D 1:07109 kg=.76 v D 54:7 m=s D 197 km=h CR D 0:0171 L=s D 61:7 L=h: 4.46 v2 D 24:1 ft=s 4.68 2 Part (a): T D 2m. vA2 D 3:69 m=s s m ` mB `OB vB D 8g A OA .m sin ˛ C mB /g k A .vy /max D g k 4.48 k D 276 lb=ft r m .74 P1 D P2 D 7:48 kW 4.80 Pi D 4.62 4.58 4.42 1:92 ftlb 4.k cos  C sin  / D 1:51103 ftlb=s D 2:75 hp  12 Last modified: January 20.vO C R2 ! 2 / D 580 J 2 2 1 Part (b): T D 2 .70 U D 5760 kJ 4.50 Gray.32 4.34 m 2 .60 4.4m/vO C 12 m.

xfp /2 D 5.8 5. 5.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e 4. 5.28 dD 5.22 . mvx2 D 10:6 s FT d D 1280 ft t2 D Concept problem. Plesha 2 D 0:0361 J 3 2 mgL 2 2 ıu1 ıl1 D 9030 N=m 3EIcs 2 ı 2L3 s 2gı.4 5.24 vP 4 D 1:86 ft=s 5. 2580 {O 5.1:52 ft=s/ {O Lfp mp mp C mfp mA Lfp mA C mC 3030 |O/ m=s. Costanzo.2 5.6 5.mA sin ˛ C mB k mA cos ˛/ . D 4:95 m 13 Last modified: January 20.84 U1-2 D 4.26 vEG D .3:17 {O C 1:20 |O/ lbs  (b) FEb avg D .30 .E vP /final D . ˇ ˇ (a) ˇFEavg ˇ D 8080 N ˇ ˇ ˇFE ˇ avg (b) s  D 0:515 mg (a) Impulse D .18 Concept problem. 5. ˛ remains equal to 31ı .88 4. 2011 .90 4.10 5.92 1 2m  0:99 mg Cd mv 2 2 C ı2 ıu2 l2 Gray.12 5.v2 /max D mA C mB The distance between B and the ground is 0 ft V D Eb D kı 2 D 9:67 ft=s mgvt sin  D 5:395103 kJ D 1290 C  Chapter 5 5.86 kD 4.14 xe D 28:510 24 m xe D 4:1510 12 m xe D 1:4210 6 m ˇZ ˇ ˇ t2 ˇ ˇ ˇ FE dt ˇ D mv2 D 2:64 lbs ˇ ˇ t1 ˇ ˇ ˇ mv2 ˇE ˇ D 2400 lb ˇFavg ˇ D t2 t1 Concept problem.3170 {O C 1200 |O/ lb (c) Within the accuracy of our calculation (four significant figures).16 Concept problem.20 n D 9:170106 bees Slowdown D 48:5 ft=s D 33:0 mph 5.

1 C e/ cos 2˛2 D 6:24 ft p 1 2gh  D 593103 kO slugft2 =s   hEO A D 79:9103 kO slugft2 =s hEO  A 14 Last modified: January 20.73:3 {O C 85:8 |O/ ft=s and rEB D .64 .mA C mB /2 q 2 gk 2 Œ2hk C .44 vB D mA C mB p 2k gd D 199 m=s mB 5.36 .5500 {O C 9530 |O/ m=s and .m C m /g .54 C vEA D 77:0 |O ft=s rEA D 132 |O ft C and vEB D . 2011 .50 @ cos m / D 210 m=s 2 .70 5.mA C mB /k 5. 5. C C vEA D vEB D .32 mA r D 2:1410 mA C mB mA r! D D 0:0135 m=s mA C mB (a) Amplitude D (b) .184 {O C 215 |O/ ft 5.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e 5.46 0:817  e  0:882 5.vB / D 0 Computer problem. C vEA D .40 5.5500 {O C 9520 |O/ m=s 5.v /2 mB B dD C C vEA D vEB D .34 vEA2 D .42 vB D mA C mB p 2gL.56 Given the assumption that the masses are not identical.cot ˛/ Concept problem.62 5. Costanzo. 0:717 {O 6:20 |O/ m=s 5.72 d D 3:50 ft  C vN D 2N q 2gh2 C 21 gh1 Œ.e 2 1/ C . Plesha 6 m and vEB2 D .38 Gray.58 ˇ D tan 5.1 C e/ cos 2˛ C 5.1 mB 5.14:5 {O C 136 |O/ ft 5.60 The answer is an explanation. 23:6 {O C 18:5 |O/ m=s C and vEB D .vB /max 5.52 60ı for mB ! 1 5.48 D 2:89 m 2k g.mA C mB /mA A B Wmax D mA g C D 819 lb . 55:9 ft=s/ {O 5. it is not possible to have a moving ball A hit a stationary ball B so that A stops right after the impact.68 5.66 s dD 2 .e  1/ C .vA /max D 25:2 ft=s 5.8:33 {O C 78:0 |O/ ft=s rE D .1 C e/h1 cos ˛ sin ˛ gh1 r gh1 Œ. 1 5.

104  D 2 5.cos 2 sin2  s v2 D sin 1 q r2 1 cos 1 / sin2 2 2gL.1:631010 m3=2 =s/ vesc D p r  vesc Earth D 4:21104 m=s D 151. 2011 .78 5.L sin 0 C d /2 ! .300 mi.88 Computer problem.82 Gray.100 Gme D 5.80 5. s   1 2 vP D gre2 D 7:71103 m=s D 27.94 5. time to reach end of arm D 0:150 s ˇ ˇ ˇ!E ˇ D 0:0612 rad=s s 5.200 mi. 15 Last modified: January 20.74 5.000 km=h 4 2 a3 D 3:971014 m3 =s2 2 5.cos  cos 33ı / kO D ˙.90 5.108 a3 gre2 vc D 10. Plesha 1:44106 kO slugft2 =s hEQ D Concept problem.106 5.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e 5. Since hEO D mP gvP .92 5.800 km=h rP a s   2 1 vA D gre2 D 7:70103 m=s D 27.0/t cos  and M s p 2L3 E @ 57ı .98 D 6:85 ft=s.76 5.600 s D 2:95 h t D gre2 Concept problem. Costanzo. 2 1/ D 3:23103 m=s v D rc .84 s v1 D sin 2 2gL.96 5.L sin  C d /2 0 P O it is indeed true that M E O D mP gvP . hg D 1:18108 ft D 22. E O D hEP O .3:99 lbfts/ cos  0:839 kO hO D ˙W g 5. !D .700 km=h rA a r e D A 1 D 7:4510 4 as 5. D 2:32 ft=s r02 The ratio of the orbital sectors is equal to 1.cos 2 sin2 1 cos 1 / sin2 2 5.86 MA D 2m!02 r 5. p b D rP rA s gre2 p .100 ft=s D 6870 mph D 5470 s D 91:2 min vA D 4710 ft=s D 3210 mph vA D 6830 ft=s D 4660 mph s ae3 D 10.102 rg D 1:39108 ft D 26.0/t cos  k.

654 N/ |O t q p 2ghf C 2ghi jFEavg j jpEC pE j D D D 111 jt .122 5.116 Concept problem. 5.140 D 2120 lb 2 d 2 vw Œ1 cos.126 5. 13:6 m=s/ {O TC T C and vEB D . 2011 .138 dB2  kD 5. 2 1 4 pA dA RD 5.4:61 {O C 75:3 |O/ ft=s vEA rEA D dA rEB D dB 5. 5. Plesha (a) vbo D 5530 ft=s D 3770 mph (b) vLM D 54:0 ft=s D 37:0 mph (c) t D 3420 s D 0:950 h (d)  D 180ı ˇ D 5:30ı s 2 rP vP 2GmB (a) v1 D rP 2 (b) rP vP > 2GmB 5. d 2   F D  gL C v02 D 1:10 lb 2 1 4 PA d N D C 5.110 5.142 V D max power D 0ı v0 D 5.112 Gray.87:6 {O C 231 |O/ ft hA D rA re D 7:02106 ft D 1330 mi  D 6860 s D 1:91 h 16 Last modified: January 20.144 4Q2 D 0:354 N.134 m P o D 0:0150 slug=s vo D 4530 ft=s   mf vmax D vo ln 1 C mb M D 4Q2 ` D 0:0707 Nm d 2 gtbo D 1320 ft=s 1 2 vw C vEA D . 21:3 m=s/ {O 100% D 45:3% C D . mg |O/j mg gt T 5.7:71 {O C 126 |O/ ft D .124 5.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e 5.114 Concept problem.136 1 C vEA C vA C vEB C vB C and vEB D .128 5. Costanzo.130 C  4 Q2 1 g dA2 5.118 4Q2 D 53:4 N.=2/ D 370 lb=ft 4gımax   M v D vo ln gt M m P ot Computer problem.132 5. d 2 p  m q FEavg D 2ghf C 2ghi |O D .37:4 {O C 98:8 |O/ft=s D .120 vB D 29:2 ft=s   mf vmax D vo ln 1 C mb 5.

38 !EP D 1:60 kO rad=s vEC D 5:33 {O m=s 17 Last modified: January 20.9:88 {O C 3:66 |O/ m=s 6.2:58 {O C 0:938 |O/ m=s2 6.0:813 m=s/ {O and vEB D .26 !E C D 40:0 kO rad=s 2 rad 1 h D 72:710 24 h 3600 s 6 rad=s ˛EB D 2:00 kO rad=s2 .3:25 m=s/ {O Chapter 6 6.30 Chain ring/sprocket combination: C1/S3 R 52:6 mm !W D !S D C !C D 68 rpm D 126 rpm RS 28:3 mm 6. 0:179 {O C 0:492 |O/ m=s aEC D .150 Gray. 6.22 !s D 6.16 vEG D .20 vEC D . Costanzo.600 km=h vj D 5640 m=s D 20. Plesha 0 2 vEA D .!OA /max D 2:48 rad=s 6.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e 5.28 Letting !E OB and ˛EOB denote the angular velocity and acceleration of the turbine. 0 2 2q vw D : 1 K C 1 K 2 4v 2 D 18:3 m=s.36 Concept problem. 93:0 {O 110 |O/ m=s2 6. !E OB D 1:60 kO rad=s and ˛EOB D 0:461 kO rad=s2 aEA D . 6.148 ve D 8770 m=s D 31.300 km=h  D 8:64107 s D 1000 days 8 q < 1 K 1 K 2 4v 2 D 0:219 m=s. ˛ED D 0:400 kO rad=s2 ˛EC D 5:20 kO rad=s2 6.10 Concept problem. 6.18 !E s D 10:0 kO rad=s ˛Es D 1:33 kO rad=s2 6. 2 5.6 Concept problem.8 Concept problem. !ED D 1:60 kO rad=s. 0:150 uO r 3:38 uO  / m=s aEG D .14 j!E ram j D 0 6.24 !EB D 8:00 kO rad=s. 6. 20:4 uO r 3:66 uO  / m=s2 6. 6. 2011 .32 vEB D .146 5.34 !EP D 9:60 kO rad=s vEO D 2:00 {O ft=s 6.12 .4 !B D 1800 kO rpm and !E C D 1160 kO rpm RA ! D 600 rad=s RB A 6.2 !EB D 6.

at the instant shown aEA D . 5:38 |O/ ft=s2 6.40 1 D 67:7ı 2 D 231ı 6. 16:8 {O C 87:7 |O/ ft=s2 6. Plesha 7:00 kO rad=s 42:4 kO rad=s 0:0467 kO rad=s 7:21 kO rad=s D 8:58 kO rad=s 6.52 !E OC D 2:86 kO rad=s vEP D .70 6.88 ˛EW D 7:97 kO rad=s2 6.66 !E R D 35:0 kO rpm vED D 17:2 |O in. Costanzo.50 vEC D 82:2 |O ft=s 6.=s 6.46 vEB D 10:6 {O ft=s vEC D .60 !E spool D 3:33 kO rad=s vEO D 5:00 {O rad=s 6.84 ˛EAB D 27:1 kO rad=s2 aEB D 267 {O ft=s2 6.64 !EAB D !EBC Gray.48 !EP D 8:80 kO rad=s rEIC =Q D 0:307 |O rad=s 6.56 !E CD D 6.86 !EAB D 6.72 Computer problem. 2011 .0:0286 uO r 0:119 uO  / m=s 6.76 aEC D .Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e 6. 1020 uO r C 24:0 uO  / ft=s2 and aEQ D 3480 uO r ft=s2 6.H R cos /2 6.90 ˛EBC D 1640 kO rad=s2 9:16 uO r m=s2 0:458 kO rad=s and ˛EBC D 0E and ˛EAB D 0:258 kO rad=s2 18 Last modified: January 20.5:31 {O 4:00 |O/ ft=s 6.42 !EA D 6.H R cos / sin  P |O vEB D R cos  p L2 .17:0 {O 6.68 !EAB D 50:6 kO rad=s vEB D 1:92 |O m=s # " P R.82 Letting Q denote the point on the ball in contact with the bowl.80 ˛EAB D 48:6 kO rad=s2 6.58 !EAB D 5:09 kO rad=s 6.62 !E gate D 6.74 aEB D .54 vEC D 16:3 {O ft=s the cable is unwinding at 12:2 ft=s 6.44 !E C D 60:0 kO rad=s 6.78 aEQ D 6.

94 ˛Es D 6. 52:9 {OA 40:3 |OA / ft=s2 6. Costanzo.124 L2 #) aEbar D d˛CD IO D 0E (a) !E CD D (b) ˛ECD 6.H 2 C R2 2HR cos /2 6.104 6.116 p R sin2  Computer problem.118 6.L2 R2 cos2 /3=2 L2 R2 cos2  6.107 {O C 166 |O/ ft=s2 D 107 IO C 166 JO ft=s2 19 Last modified: January 20.138 and (a) position 1: vEbar D 0:348 IO m=s 6.300 {O C 34.   D sR s!02 {O C s˛0 C 2Ps !0 |O 6.134 dPE C D 0:214 ft=s 6.122 vEC D . 23:6 {OA C 26:1 |OA / ft=s aEP D .114 551 kO rad=s2 and ˛EBC D 320 kO rad=s2 729 kO rad=s2 and ˛EBC D 320 kO rad=s2 14:3 kO rad=s 481 kO rad=s and dRE C D 0:0192 ft=s2   D vC C `!OA sin  {O C d!OA `!C cos  |O `!C sin  kO   h   i 2 2 2 2 D 2`!C !OA cos  C `˛OA sin  d!OA {O C d˛OA C 2vC !OA C ` !C C !OA sin  |O `!C cos  kO  vEC D .132 aEE D .96 ˛Egate D 4:50 kO rad=s2 6.R= h/d!AB O I D 0:377 IO m=s 1 C R= h and ıd!AB .18.128 !E bar D 6.R= h/!AB O k D 3:14 kO rad=s 1 C R= h (b) ˛ECD D 0E and ı!AB .106 For  D 10ı and  D 56:11ı aED D .126 dPAB D 1:12 ft=s dRAB D 2:01 ft=s2 6.102 For C accelerating downward and to the right: ˛EAB D 0:400 kO rad=s2 92:1 kO rad=s2 and and aEO D 2:00 {O ft=s2 ˛EBC D 191 kO rad=s2 For C accelerating downward and to the left: ˛EAB D 6.112 (a) !E CD D . 2011 .92 ˛EBC D 6.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e Gray.18.L2 R2 / cos2  R sin  2 C R!AB aEC D R˛AB cos  1 C p .ı C sin / O I 1 C ı 2 C 2ı sin   2 cos  ıd 1 ı 2 !AB aEbar D 2 IO 1 C ı 2 C 2ı sin  vEbar D and and position 2: vEbar D 0:646 IO m=s (b) position 1: vEbar D 0:670 IO m=s and position 2: vEbar D 6:03 IO m=s vEP D . 6.R2 H 2 / sin  O k .120 aEC D . aEQ D 82:0 uO r ft=s2 6. 30:0 {O C 51:8 |O/ ft=s2 6.900 |O/ ft=s2 " (   R.136 vED aED 6.300 {O C 32.105 {O 161 |O/ ft=s2 Concept problem.ı C sin / O k 1 C ı 2 C2ı sin  2 cos  ı 1 ı 2 !AB D 2 kO 1 C ı 2 C 2ı sin  vEbar D R2 cos2  sin  |O . 1:50 {O C 0:0336 |O/ ft=s2 6.110 6.900 |O/ ft=s2 For  D 10ı and  D 303:9ı aED D .7:50 {O C 7:51 |O/ ft=s aEC D . Plesha HRP 2 .108 aEP 6.21:5 {O C 7:51 |O/ ft=s D 21:5 IO C 7:51 JO ft=s  aEC D .100 Letting Q denote the point of contact between the wheel W and the cylinder S .98 ˛EAB D 6.130 !EA D 6.

2011 . Costanzo.2gk / D 16:8 ft 7. Plesha Chapter 7 and dstop D v02 =. 1 2 m.22 1 6 and ˛ET-bar D .20 16:8 lb and O D 5:00 lb p g p  j˛bar jmax D 3 for d D 16 3 3 L or d D L 3C p  3 L The FBD for the problem is OE D Ox {O C Oy |O D .2 tstop D v0 =.12 m1 D m1 D 1 4 m. Nr D 783 lb. m2 D m2 D 3 4 m.aGx / D v=.10 The FBD for the problem is and aGx D 4:71 m=s2 F D 577 lb.14 Rx D .653 {O C 166 |O/ lb and ˇHE ˇ D 674 lb . and NB D 2230 lb ˇ ˇ HE D Hx {O C Hy |O D .16 5 Nm The FBD for the problem is Or D 7. 1320 {O C 48:5 |O/ N 7.k g/ D 1:86 s 7.6  D 18:9ı 7. xP D 2 3L . Ry D 0:0101 N.0:112 N=s2 /t 2 . Nf D 784 lb. 20 Last modified: January 20.18 7. M´ D 3:1110 7.8 tmin D v=.IG /extra D 2 1 6 mL 7. 6:92 rad=s2 / kO Concept problem.s /min D 0:736 7.4 F D 179 N 7.gs / D 1:12 s 7.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e Gray. 1 2 m.

vG /final D tfinal 7. and ˛s D 0: RC Comparing these equations to Eqs. we will recover exactly the same solution obtained for a particle. 2011 .40 ˛AB D D 12:1 lb mc r 2 tf 2IG C r 2 mc D 6:85 s 3mAB g cos  L.sin  k cos / . then we conclude that the solution obtained under the assumptions given in the problem is not physically admssible.38 (a) F D IG vf r 2 tf (b) . R D . 7. we can see that the sphere in question behaves like a particle of mass m sliding over a semicylinder of radius R C  and therefore if we “shrink” the sphere to a particle by letting  ! 0. Plesha p 2gL.24 Gray.30 The FBD for the problem is and ˛b D TCD D 101 N: and grk 2 kG aEG D aGx {O C aGy |O D . the solution in terms of contact force N . ˛w D 3mAB g sin  cos  R.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e 7.28 aGx D k g 7. aEB D 3mAB g sin  cos  2mAB C 9mB 21 sin2  {O. second time derivative of the angle  .vG /final =aGx D g.34 separation D 7.R C /P 2 .2mAB C 9mB sin2 / . (5) and (6) in Example 3.36 The FBD for the problem is  D 60:0ı 3 Under the assumption that the contact between the sphere and the semicylinder is frictionless. and angular acceleration of the sphere is as follows: g sin  N D mg cos  m.32 The solution of this problem under the stated assumptions leads to conclusion that the crate starts rotating counterclockwise.2mAB C 9mB sin2 / Last modified: January 20.tf /new D 7.sin  pk cos  C sin / D 18:4 ft=s 2gL. Costanzo.sin  k cos  C sin / D 1:08 s D . 218 for a particle. 7. Since this fact runs contrary to the fact that the force system applied to the crate can only induce a clockwise rotation of the crate.26 tr D 2:41 s and d D 50:7 ft 7.8 on p. 6:45 m=s2 / |O 7.

cos = sin /2 C sin  cos . . ``R C `P2 C `R!P s R2 !s2 D 0 7.3g cos  C 2LP 2 / sin  and R D and 1 C 3 sin2  ˛s D 1:68 rad=s 3.2mA C mAB /g sin  cos  {O.2mA R2 C IO /!P s C 2mA `.64 R.48 xR D 7.46 ac D 1:35 m=s2 .1 cos  1 3 C cos2 . mg (a) Ay D 3 4 mg TCD D 2060 lb. and 2 k R2 C kG P 2  P C mg R2 C kG k   k R P ˛d D 2 . 2/ m.62 (a) aEG D . ! k2 m 1C G xR C kx D mg sin  C kL0 r2 7. Costanzo.2mA C mAB /g sin  cos  ˛w D R. 2011 .56 aAx D 60 g 181 7. 7 g sin  u D 3:74 rad=s2 45g 181R ˛b D 5g sin  . and aEE D and 1 D  .s /min D 7.1 m PR2 {O.42 Gray.52 Computer problem. 0 D 0.R /  (b) aEG D k / P .44 IG D mR2 7.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e 7.5:65 ft=s2 / |O 22 Last modified: January 20.58 aEG D 7.54 ˛AB D g 2L 7. 7.`P C R!s /2 D 0.66 7.60 R C 7.6mA cos2  C 2mAB C 9mB sin2 / 3.6mA cos2  C 2mAB C 9mB sin2 / 7. aEB D 6mA cos2  C 2mAB C 9mB sin2  3. 7 and FEdue to bowl D mg cos  uO r C 72 mg sin  uO  5g sin  D 0 7.1 C 3 sin2 /   1 2hac Wc 1 C D 736 lb.R2 C kG  2k / k g {O.1 k / g kG m and .2mA C mAB /g cos  ˛AB D L.68 and By D 54 mg   P (b)  D 2 tan 1 . Plesha 3.2g C LP 2 cos / sin  L. 4 g`   2hac 1 D 549 lb.cos = sin / ˛b D and 5 O.50 (a) T D 3130 N. Nf D Wc 1 4 g` W a Fr D c c D 503 lb 2g Nr D (b) Ax D ac Ww g Ay D Wr Fr D Nr D 485 lb 689 lb d 2a I MA D Fr C c B D 522 ftlb 2 d 7.

C 2 . /R 1 CŒ 12 . 2. Costanzo.2d 7.2mb C 3mr / 3g.mb C 2mr / cos2  C 3ghmb mr sin2  D 256 lb. 2011 .1 3 cos /2 (b) Given any (finite) value of s . and Cy D 1330 lb Pmax D 1600 lb 1 vc2 gR ! 7.2d C h/LmC .mb C mr /Œ.d C h/mb C 2hmr  sin  cos  g.2mb C 3mr / d /mb mr tan  D 437 lb.  / 7.90 AB C 2 C 4 AB 1 C 4 .h2 C w 2 / C 41 . there always is a value of  for which the rod will slip.3 cos  2/ sin  and N D 41 mg. tclosure D 1:29 s . Ay D 1330 lb.d C h/.84 . ! ! R2 md R2 Pmax D mc gs 1 C C 2 .d C h/.72 7.mAB C 2mC /L sin   2 2 1 1 1 1 Lm cos  xR C Œ m C m cos  C .74 gŒmb d C h. m C m / sin2 L2 R 2 C A 12 1 2 .mAB C mC /xRA C 12 .13:2 {O Ax D Gray. R2 C 2 C kG F D mg sin  C maGx  D mg sin  m ŒRC sin.2d C h/mC sin  D 0. Cx D 336 lb.88 7.78 ˛AC D R D 1:46 rad=s2 7.mAB C 2mC /gL sin  C h/mC cos  xRA C 21 .Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e 7.76  D tan 7. P 2 sin.80 Computer problem.  / R2 C2 CkG  /ŒgR sin  g cos  R cos.d C h/mb C 2d mr  sin  cos  C g.mAB C 2mC /L cos  R C 21 . aC x D g 1 C 2 .70 25:9 |O/ ft=s2 aEE D . Plesha 3g.2mb C 3mr / aEE D .82 gR sin  g cos  R cos.7:00 {O C 7:06 |O/ ft=s2 Ax D 229 lb.vE /at closure D 1:87 m=s and ˛CE D R D 1:46 rad=s2 7.sin  cos  C 21 g.mb C mr /Œ.2d C h/mC cos  R 1 P 2 1 .2 sin  cos  sin  cos /P 2 C 21 . /P 2 / . and aGx D s g mc kG kG P D 7:59 N and .2mb C 3mr / Ay D Cy D 7.s /min D 0:0462 23 Last modified: January 20. N D mg cos  C maGy  D mg cos  C m  cos.2d C h/LmC .mb C 2mr / cos2  C 3gd mb mr sin2  D 353 lb 2. 2.h 2. C P 2 cos.d C h/.2d C h/m sin  P 2 D 0.  /ŒgR sin  g cos  R cos. D 0: (a) F D 34 mg.  /P 2  2 C2R sin.h d /mb mr tan  Cx D D 629 lb. R D 2 C 2R sin.2d C h/2 mC R 1 sin  cos /P 2 2 .2d C h/LmC .mb C mr /Œmb C 3.2 sin  sin  C cos  cos /R C 41 .2d C h/LmC cos.mb C mr /Œmb C 3.mAB C 2mC /L2 sin  cos  P 2 C 41 .d C h/.  / R2 C2 CkG  / .  /P 2  2 C2R sin.86 7. gŒmb h C d.

24 vO D 10:9 ft=s 8. Costanzo.8 T D 8.26 nmin D 26 (a) vperson D 26:5 ft=s 8.30 Ufriction D 8.000 ftlb 1 2 ŒI R2 C H 2 . 8.2Md=R/ kd 2 !2 D 2 C R2 / m.14 Lf D 34:1 ft 8.2 TA D TB D 518 J 8.000 ftlb 8.1:72 kgm2 =s/ kO 3 AB D m ! R2 kO D . s .12 and TR2 D 15.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e Gray.s /max D 0:371 and slide D 35:1ı 8.4 TR1 D 7760 ftlb 8.40 vC D 4:96 m=s 8.7:20 kgm2 =s/ kO CD BC AB D 1 3 mCD HR!AB kO D .20 8.46 M D 32:9 Nm Pmax D 132 W 8.28 Ufracture D 8.32 kD 8.1 C cos / ˇ ˇ v ı D 10:8 m=s person  D0 8.22 M D 2:06106 ftlb p vperson D vG D 2gH.7:75 kgm2 =s/ kO 24 Last modified: January 20.36 WP D 8.cos f cos i / D 318 J 364 ftlb 2 C g.mA C 2mS / C 2mS rS . hEA  D AB (a) hEA  (b) hED BC  1 m R2 !AB kO D .34 ı D 1:03 ft 8.H d /.50 8.6 T D 324. 2011 .IA C mBC R2 /!AB D 25:3 J 2H 2 D Computer problem.38 vmax D 6:39 ft=s 8.44 vB D 2:21 m=s In Á B is moving to the left.52 1 2 gŒLA .kG 2M ds D kR 8.42 vS D 7:53 m=s 8.18 8.44:1 rad=s/ kO Concept problem.16 Concept problem.10 T D 28:9 ftlb 8.48 .H C 2ı0 d / 2 vA2 3gH 2 3gH C 6vA2 W D 800 lb and !ED D . Plesha Chapter 8 8.L C d W vmax 2H / D 11:3 lb=ft 2g . 8.

1 C w /g t !0 kO !.10:7 rad=s/ kO C vEG D .58 8.3:43 rad=s/ kO s 4g` sin ˇ v0 D D 7:48 ft=s 3 cos2 ˇ 8.2:42 ftlbs/ kO hEG D 12g cos  W vfinal {O D . (clockwise) 2IO 8.2:55 rad=s/ kO and C !EB D . 2011 . 2 3` 8.76 dD 4r 2 d .72 Concept problem.t E /D .1 C g w /r 8. (b) Collar modeled as a rigid body: vimpact D 0:943 ft=s.98 d D 1:98 m and C !EBD D . Plesha kgm2 =s/ kO @ kgm =s/ kO @ 2 ˇ ˇ ˇpE ˇ D WAB vA D 3:23 lbs AB 2g cos  W LvA O AB k D .2r b/2 8.91:910 D .62 tr D 8. 26:6 rad=s/ kO 8. Costanzo.60 hEC  hEO  W W 6 D .54 8. " # g . m a e  D B 0 tf2 .56 8.s /min D 0:0588 8.80 Concept problem. 0:000 715 rad=s/ kO 8.68 8. 0:000 024 1 rad=s/ kO 25 Last modified: January 20. v0 2k g 8.70 ˇ vG ˇ tD2 s D 21:7 ft=s .88 8. 1:31 m=s/ {O and !EAC D .78 Concept problem.66910 6 Gray. 8.94 !EAC D .84 d D 2:09 ft !EB D .66 (a) Collar modeled as a particle: vimpact D 0:990 ft=s.64 ˇ !A ˇend of slip D 61:3 rad=s 8.90 40:3 rad=s and vbC D 226 ft=s !E bC D .82 dD 8.92 C !EAB D .86 8.74 The system rotates clockwise.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e 8. 10:7 lbft/ kO M dt Concept problem. 0:851 rad=s/ kO 8.96 T D 0:0257 ftlb 8. ˇ and !B ˇend of slip D 8.878 lb/ {O FEavg D gt E avg D 2IG vfinal kO D .

16 `D IG m s Gr 4 LR4 t r 2d m D h k s 1 . 8.22 xR G C 9.18 (a) myR C ky D 0 (b) mR C k D 0 9. 2011 .4 mgL 2 4 2 s 7L  D 2 6g IO D r 9.30  D 2 9.3 L 2g 2/R 9.106 !EAC D .100 Concept problem.102 Concept problem.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e 8.14 9.R r/ s 3.32 x.2 9.24 9.!0 =!n /2 26 Last modified: January 20.12 9. Plesha Chapter 9 9.t / D A sin !n t C B cos !n t C 3g 1 F0 =k cos !0 t . Costanzo.28 17k x D0 6m G 8k x D0 3m G r 2 3m D 2 D D 2:22 s !n 8k s 2g !n D 3.12 ft=s/ {O vEP 8. 8.6 9.10 9.104 C D 2v0 {O D .26 9.R r/  D 2 2g xR G C 2 D D 2 !n s s .8 9.700 lb r g ! d f D n D D 0:566 Hz 2 4 m 9.20 mn D 35:6 g 9.h3 C d 3 / C md 2  D 2 3 kh2 !n D Wpayload D 90.1:03 rad=s/ kO max D 14:8ı Gray.

t / D e 0:5t .40 9.38 9.58  IG R C cro2 P C k1 ro2 C k2 ri2  D 0 h .!p =!n /2 D 0:820 MF D D mu R 1 .52 no peak in MF for   p 1=2 9.A sin 3:12t C B cos 3:12t/ q  p L2 C .2!0 =!n /2 r . n 0 1 .4:37t/ C 1:1110 5 m.mu C me /d .L C x/2 2L p mxR C c xP C 2k LCx L2 C . Costanzo.mu C me /d 3 C 43 mw h2 d ! f D n D 49:7 Hz 2 jp j.62 5 cos.!p =!n /2 y.t / D 0:000 501 sin 10t C 0:100 cos 10t   L0 myR C 2k 1 y D F0 sin !0 t L F0 =keq 4 cos. 9.42 9.50 Concept problem.44 mu D 0:01 kg ) mu D 0:1 kg ) mu D 1 kg ) x.t/ D C A sin !0 t 2 k m!02 C c 2 !02 v u u k 2 C c 2 !02 (c) DT D t 2 k m!02 C c 2 !02 k m and c D p 2 km and c D 0 " k 27 # mcA!03 cos !0 t 2 m!02 C c 2 !02 Last modified: January 20.46 q 2:1910 q jym j D 1:1010 q jym j D 9:8010 jym j D 496t i L0 L  rad x. 9.L C x/2 D F0 sin !0 t mxR C c xP C kx D F0 sin !0 t DD p F0 =k Œ1 .34 9.66 (a) mRs C c sP C ks D mA!02 sin !0 t " #  mA!02 k m!02 (b) y.Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e Gray.56 jym j D 0:002 19 m 9.54 yR C 2!n yP C !n2 y D mu "!r2 sin !r t m 9.4:37t/ C 1:0110 3 m 2:5110 5  sin 200t m  !0 sin ! t C sin ! t . Plesha 9.64 k > 1:35109 N=m 9. amp D 0:001 76 rad=s s 3EI !n D D 312 rad=s .36 9.!0 =!n /2 2 C .60 6 cos.4:37t/ C 1:8910 5 m. where !n D 9. 2011 .!0 =!n /2 !n s    L0 2k where keq D 2k 1 and !n D 1 L m  2 1 1 3 mB C 2 mA xR C 2kx D 2 F0 sin !0 t F0 xamp D  2 4 4k m 3 B C mA !0  Concept problem. 9. Concept problem.t / D 0:0504e 3:80t 0:000386e 9.t/ D 9.48 9.

10 R!d cos ˇ {O .12 !EAB D 10.68 mxR C 9.` C r t / !a2 C !b2 {O C Œ2.14 P {O ˛EAB D ˇ! s    L LR L L  P2 ˇ sin ˇ C d C cos ˇ !s2 C ˇP 2 cos ˇ {O C ˇ sin ˇ aEG D 2 2 2 2  vEA D 1:432 |O 0:6677 kO m=s 10.d C ` cos /!arm kO i 2 h  !arm 2 !arm sin . mu D 1 kg W F t D 1480mu sin.125:7t C 0:842/ N. Plesha k1 k2 xD0 k1 C k2 9.125:7t C 0:842/ N ! 9.d C ` cos / {O 10. Costanzo.` C r t / !P b  |O Œ.16  aEA D 103 |O C 47:8 kO m=s2 10.6   aEA D 231 |O C 108 kO ft=s2   ˛EAB D 18:3 {O C 15:1 |O C 34:9 kO rad=s2 10.h!b C R!d sin ˇ/ |O C R!b cos ˇ kO   h  i D R !d2 sin ˇ !P d cos ˇ {O R !b2 C !d2 cos ˇ C !P d sin ˇ |O   C R!P b cos ˇ h!b2 2R!b !d sin ˇ kO vEA D 2L!0 cos2 ˇ kO aEA D 2L!02 cos2 ˇ {O !s |O L!02 cot ˇ |O 2L˛0 cos2 ˇ kO ˇP kO ˇR kO 10.76 myR C 2k 1 9.20 !E bit D !d {O C !a |O C !b kO 10.22 ˛Ebit D .2v C h! / ! C . mu D 0:1 kg W F t D 148mu sin.!P a C !d !b / |O C .Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 1e Gray.70 k D 9.125:7t C 0:842/ C 1770mu cos.!P b !d !a / kO h  i aEB D a t C h!P a .` C r / !P  kO t a a t a 28 Last modified: January 20.d C ` cos / |O 2 h  2 i !arm 2 2 2 .8 vEP D aEP 10.d C ` cos / |O d 2 C 2d ` cos C `2 C R2 cos2 kO R vEE D R!arm cos {O C .!P d !a !b / {O C .125:7t C 0:842/ N.mm C mp /yRm C keq ym D mu "!r2 sin !r t 5:91% 9.d C ` cos /!arm |O aEE D 2 !arm cos .2 .125:7t C 0:842/ C 17:7mu cos. 2011 .d C ` cos / {O !arm sin .125:7t C 0:842/ C 177mu cos.d C ` cos /!arm kO 2 2 aEE D !arm ) ( cos .18  !EAB D 0:0161 {O C 2:69 |O C 0:917 kO rad=s  ˛E D 1:73 {O 4:59 |O C 15:8 kO rad=s2  ˇR cos ˇ |O P sin ˇ kO Lˇ! s AB 10.4 vEP D 2.v t C h!a / !b C .78  myR C 2k 1 L yD0 p 0 y 2 C L2  L0 yD0 L Chapter 10 10.d C ` cos /˛arm C d C 2d ` cos C ` C R cos kO R 10.74 mu D 0:01 kg W F t D 14:8mu sin.72 .

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