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1715. of inertia of the pendulum about an axis perpendicular to the page and passing through G. L". Determine the wheel's moment of inertia about an axis perpendicular to the page and passing through point A. y= L. = 1(3)+2.25(5) .".781)2 Ans 1717.78 m Ans = ~(3)(2)2+3(1. I" 1 .\.45 kg m2 12 12)+5(2.52+ 12 = 4. Each of the three rods has a mass nl.n60 3 0 )'] 1 = 2ma2 Ans . The pendulum consists of the 3kg slender rod and the 5kg thin plate. = J [ 12ma+m (as. Determine the location y of the center of mass G of the pendulum.781 m = 1. The wheel consists of a thin ring having a mass of 10 kg and four spokes made from slender rods and each having a mass of 2 kg.67 kg m' Ans *1716. 3+ 5 = 1.7811)2+_!_(S)(O. then calculate the moment. Determine the moment of inertia of the assembly about an axis which is perpendicular to the page and passes through the center point O. = 7.251.
+ 3(15)(0888 .4969 slug = (~)/(.1')Q .5)' 12.1)'JO..JC(0.[12(1t)(0.3)'J(0.1)'](1. . Determine the location y of the of mass G of the pendulum.3)' + [I2(1E')(0.5)2 32.917 ~ 0.2 + _!__(~)(l2 12 32.0. then calculate the C".5) + lr(0.5) /.8»(0. 10 = r.) 32. The pendulum consists of a plate having a weight of 12 Ib and a slender rod having a weight of 4 lb.8) + :3[3(1.8)  3(0.8) 1._ .75( 3)0.916)(0.8)J(0.3)'(l2)( = 0.888 m Ans 1 /.75) ' + i[12(>r)(0.[3(1._.5)J(1..~[I2(lr)(0.17·18.2 /12)I(. = 2. = 12[3(0.2 32.8878)' '" 5.8878 '" 0.2 =~ = .2 +(_4_)(0. The thin plate has mass of 12 kg/m2..)(0.1)2(J2)( 1.I)'J(O.8)' 1 Ans + 3(0.8878)' /.[ + [12(1E')(0.2. '" .IG+ md' Ift rft+3ftj.8)(0. .~2ftJ j_~l = _!__(_4_)(5)' 12 32.8) + 3(1.61 kg·m' Also: I I.E.8)' Ie I(9.5)](1.2 .15 (t AIlS The pendulum consists of two slender rods AB DC which ha ve a mass of 3 kg/ m.E.lr(0. Determine the moment of inertia of the assembly about an axis perpendicular to the page and passing through the pin at A.4969 Ao  =3.8)' '" 13.43 kg.• of inertia of the pendulum about an axis to the page and passing through G.8 _ 0.m' J(.)(3 32.8878)2 la '" 5..61 kg'IlI' ADS . Determine the radius of gyration of the pendulum about an axis perpendicular to the page and passing through point D.I ..l)' 2 .1)'](0.8878)' _ ~[I2(lr)(o.3)2(l2) .1)' _ [12(lt.8 .12 3(0. __ .3)'](I.3)'](0. 7 0.i[12(1E')(0.17 slug·f!' Ans 17·19. The slender rods have a weight of 3 Ib/ft.3)'](I.917 m slug fr = 0.. = 0 /0.5)2 = 4.1)'(l2) J(.5)' 2.3)' ~0.
G + i1:. determine the compressive force in the hydraulic cylinder needed to support the boom.2(2) = 0. = 1.2 ANume bottle is about to slip.).(8) 32. = 2 lb . If the winch at B draws in the cable with an acceleration of 2 m/s2. =m(".F. 2T8(lo')(9..K!) Fa = 0. Set r " 1. > 1. "" = 6.4 lb "" = 6.2(1O')(9.24 !eN = 8(10')(1) Boom: FCD(2) FCD .04 ft/s' Ans (O. tLs = 0.5 in.= I mis' Assembly: +iI:F.. H. determine the largest acceleration the conveyor can have without causing the bottle to slip or tip. The center of gravity is at C. Fa" x 0.. The 2·lb bottle rests on the checkout conveyor at a grocery store..24)(!o')(l2cos600) 289 !eN ADS = = 432 .81)(6cos6O")2(43. The boom has a mass of 2 Mg and mass center at C.4 lb 1727. rna.6 in.5 in.44 flJs'.. BcuJe will tip before slipping. . If the coefficient of static friction i:. The assembly has a mass of 8 Mg and is hoisted using the boom and pulley system.81) T = 43.1726.: N. = 2 lb. 2= 2a" .375 lb < 0... H.2.2 = 0 2x = ""':"'".
5 s For 4 .2N.81)=0 N..118 kN > 0 (OK).2 0. = . The sports car has a mass of 1.2N. what are the normal reactions at each of the four wheels on the road? The coefficients of static and kinetic friction at the road are J. O. 711cN.2Ns)(0.3s 1739. Determine how long it takes for it to reach a speed of 10 ft/s.. the (netion Solving Yields: N. +O. aG = 1.962 m/s1 1=11. (I) and (3) 4 0. = ".L. The coefficient of static friction between the wheels and the road is J. if the engine only drives the rear wheels. "1 = VI then +acr.) = ~flc._ r. whereas the front wheels are free rolling. Qe = 1. flc.72 5 ADS . If driving power could be supplied to all four wheels. NA +N» 1500(9.5 Mg and a center of mass at G.L.(2. 0.271 m/sl Since v = Rf ""m/h = 22.22 mis..75)(0.3(m. Ns mis.3. ) v = .(aGl. NA = 13931b N.2 4500 = 0 ')N.wheel drive' Ans Since VJ = 80 km/h = 22. If it starts from rest it causes the rear wheels to slip as it accelerates.(l25)+Ns(0.35)=0 (3) v s.15' ".F. starting from rest. Neglect the mass of the wheels for the calculation. 22.~N~ force O.5 and J.53 kN. = 0. = 9.  SoIYiog.2NA = 0 in Eqs.vA = S(JO kN > 0 (OK). +0.2.(6) + 4SOO(2) z ~flc. what would be the shortest time for the car to reach a speed of 80 km/h? . Fu rear wheel drive . Neglect the mass of the wheels.. =C?JS'ooC. ..68 fils' 10 = 0 + 3.9621 Ans .68 1 1 = 2. a ADS 8511b ADS = 3.2Ns = 1500aG (I) (2) r r. .22 then ! . m.Lk = 0. = 0. + ')N.F.'0 + Del t = 17. Ns = 9. respectively.22 = 0+ 1. 32.S) 32.1738. Also. The sports car has a weight of 4500 Ib and center of gravity at G. + = m(ael. Determine the shortest time it takes for it to reach a speed of 80 krn/h.
5.. [2J and [3J yields N=447. If the van is traveling at 40 ftis.': N 50(9. Neglect the mass of the wheels.01 mIs' Stnce .5N. .3.8Ilsin Solving I:4s.. It carries a fixed 800lb load which has a center of gravity at C/.17·45. Thus. Compare this distance with that of the van being empty.8 ft as bcfure 17.81)cos 50(9. then 50(9.F.2 WL 4500 32. Wz. What IS the magnitude of this acceleration? The coefficient of static friction between the crate and the cart is iLs = 0. Determine if the crate wi!1 tip over or slide relative to the cart when the cart IS subjected to the smallest acceleratio~ necessary ~ocause one of these relative motions.8Iisin 0 Fj = Il.' o 1 = (40)' + 2(9..3 m.r < 0. (1) and (2) = 4500 a E 9. Ans a= 2. . +l:. then crate will not tip.46. = m(llo).8 ft Fa empty van NA + N. The van has a weight of 4500 Ib and center of gravity at C. + .5) 15°(. F Equation oj Motion: Assume that the crate slips.2 (1) (2) Set wL = 800 Ib in Eqs. The crate has a mass of 50 kg and rests on the cart having an inclined surface.66)(10) Ans 82. I  82.<) 150 ISO (11 [2] [3] (+rM. = 0 in Eqs.N = 0.. (1) and (2) a E 9.5N x=0..F.[I].8I)cos 15°(xl50(9.66 ftfs' Thus. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the wheels and the pavement is J. 150(0..66 ftf. .a+a 32. The brakes cause all the wheels to lock or skid.Lk = 0.~(M.ma.81 N +50asin 150 = 50asin = 50ocos 15°0.lA: = SOocos 15 (0. determine the distance it skids before stopping.5) + 'i.250m Ans the crate slips.
. Solving.25 rad/s2 and w = 0.(1) 80(9.49..2 Ne = 195.).. The crate C has a weight of 150 Ib and rests on the truck elevator for which the coefficient of static friction is p.20cos60·(0. without causing the pipe to slip on the platform. determine the normal reactions of the arch on the platform at this instant. + O.80(9.81) a = 5.~ .3NB = 80( 1a) sln45' = 80(1a)cos4S· NA + NB 80(9.ISO = ~(a)Sin30' 32.95 radls' Ans N.5) = 2Ooos6O"(0.). Nc . "" = (". = 628 N 17·51...4. which the parallel finks AB and DE can have without causing the crate to slip. =m(". N.(I) .. = 0.81) = 201iD6O" .81)(0.2) Ans Ans + 20sin60·(0.2Oroo60° ~ +l:MA = I:(M.. N. .S) + 20sin60·(0.)A.5 rad/s at the instant {I = 30°. starting from rest. + t I:p.3NA = 80(1a)(sln4S·)(0.). = 0.5) 0.67 radls' . a = 0. = m(". O.2) + :.. NA + N. = m(". As it is hoisted from one level to the next.17.3. + tI:p..4Ne = ISO (a) cos 30" 32. No tipping occurs.. Determine the largest initial angular acceleration a.). If it does not slip. The arched pipe has a mass of 80 kg and rests on the surface of the platform.2 Ne . The arched pipe has a mass of 80 kg and rests on the surface of the platform for which the coefficient of static friction is p.01b a = 19.80(9.2) .34 150~ = 2a ADS a = 9.81)(0.)A. starting from rest when {I = 45°. u...S) NB = 402 N 17·50.34 fils' 19. Determine the greatest angular acceleration a of the platform.. = ~ +lMA (I)(a) = J:(M.
(. Determine the constant force P that must be applied to the cable in order to unwind 8 m of cable in 4 s starting from rest.!_ 0. Also calculate the normal forces at A and B during this time.588.5 = 1=1.65)2(1. .65 m.8) = 60(0. +) S ~ So + Vol + ~a 2' r2 p a = _. If the cable.8 = 1.25) P = 39.6N = ma. i IF.87 Ans p 1757. The spool has a mass of 60 kg and a radius of gyration ko = 0.5) = [3~/0..6 .5 «'+)aI = 2. N" cos 15° + Ns cos 15° .39.I. Neglect the mass of the cable.4)2Ja (I) a _ 18..4 ft. + N" sin 15° . determine the time needed to increase the drum's angular velocity from WI = 5 rad/s to Wz = 25 rad/s.2 ~.6 N.Ns sin 15° = 0 An. =0 = Ns = 325 N An.*1756. which is wrapped around the drum.068 aiD + at I s + 18. The spool is supported on small rollers at A and B.25 rad/s2 P(0. is subjected to a vertical force p = 15 Ib.87 nWI. = rna. The drum has a weight of 80 Ib and a radius of gyration ko = 0. 15(0. For the calculation neglect the mass of the cable and the mass of the rollers at A and B.
" ..71 s Ans The door will close automatically using torsional 5 mounted on the hinges.2 and a vertical force F = 30 N is applied to the end of the paper. Applying Eq.2778 rad/s2 Kinematic: Here.81) _ 30 = 0 (+l:M. If the roll rests against a wall for which the coefficient of kinetic friction is ILk = 0.  = m(n_). + i:u..71 radls Ans 44q . Compute the time needed to unravel 5 m of cable from the spool if the s~ool and cable have a total mass of 600 kg and a centro~dal radius of gyration of ko = 1. Apptying r 0.22) 864 kg m2.L(70) ( 1.. = 7.8) = 864a a = 0. = {. Equation of Motion: given by 1(> = mk~ = 600( The mass moment of inertia of the spool about point 0 1.62. 1 6.=~ 6. neglect the mass of the cable being unwou~d and th~ ~ass of rollers at A and B.25 = 0+ 0+:2 (0. "". For treat the door as a thin plate having a I •• a 2. determine the angular acceleration of the roll as the paper unrolls. Cable is unwound from a spool supported on small rollers at A and B by exerting a force of T = 3D? N on the cable in the direction shown..T. Ne = 103 N + 30(0.6)' 12 = 33.2Ne  20(9.17·61.97629 W{J)= ad9 (J) = 2. me Its angular velocity at the instant () = 00.mi' 12 + md' = .. Solviag.2 m. 17.2)' +70(0.311" = 0 . Each spring has a stiffness '" 0 N· m/rad so that the torque on each hinge is .6 kg. Where () is measured in radians.125) o. If the IS.38° 0·2Ne(0..125) = 20(0. It is pinsupported at both ends by two brackets AB. m("..67.09)'a 7. the angular displacement I :2 at 2 . The 20kg roll of paper has a radius of gyration kA = 90 mm about an axis passing through point A. we have s 5 8~ .300(0. Ne .28 radls' Au F 17. sin67.(506) N .16. = 267N a = 7. The rollers turn WIth no friction.. B ~ 1:F.25 rad. For the calculation.. m..6(a) a= 2. we have IS = .2778) 1= .). .8 equation 8 = 80 + tlJo t+ ( +) I 6..rel~ased from rest when it is open at (J = 900. m' :EM•• = I•• a: 2(508) =33. a.
=96. for which the coefficient of kinetic friction is ILk = 0.3N.fTmiR Ans .F. what is the velocity of the block after it falls a distance 2R starting from rest? (' +rA<:.g(r) = 1'M (2Mr)a + 2 . :Spe:cti'lelvwhere mB > mAo If the pulley can be treated of mass M.81)+0.r 1a + M A r a Ans . If a block of mass m is attached to the cord.)o. determine the angular acceleration of the disk when the block is released from rest.6 N FC8=193N a = 19. =0 N. 1774. Also.3. If it is then placed against the wall."'r'J 6' . Fcscos30020(9....M.) .3)1 1=3. =m(aG).lls Ans O.'1773... = I:(M. What is the force in strut Be during this time? + ir. mgR = tMR'(a) +m(aR)R a= 2mg R(M+2m) ADS Q z: aR ..' = 0 + 2( 2mgR R(M+2m) )(2RO) • = V (M+2. The disk has a mass of 20 kg and is originally spinning at the end of the strut with an angular velocity of w = 60 rad/s.IS'. The disk has a mass M and a radius R. The two blocks A and B have a mass mA and mB. determine the acceleration of block A...3 rad/s2 Ans 0=60+(19. ('+1:Mo E M. d = cz r I(Mo). the mass of the cord and any slipping on the pulley. determine the time required for the motion to stop.
1698' +0.5. = 10(".4') 2 From the geometry. [3]..5118 kg· m2.18. then the semicircular disk Ans not slip. (0. then (OA I. (""I.4 +axrG/. (3] Assume that the semicircular disk does not slip at A.1789. cos 25.1470a)j Equating j and j components. [41 and [5J yields (Oe).Ls= 0.01°(0.3477) (IJ (2) i" N .. 60° = 0.0 10j) m = ({). we = 10. = O.01°.3151j) Here.("").j = (2.147Oi + 0. sin 25.4)cos = 0.012 mis' (""I. The semicircular disk having a mass of 10 kg is rotating at w = 4 rad/s at the instant (} = 60°. using law of sines. =0.315 Ij) (".6779 mls2 Fr Since does = 20. 16 .(""}y .N = 0.10(9. j = 6. a = 13.3477) + 10(ac).16982) (0. 0.5(91. rCIA = (0.4 airGtA +0.3477' have . 1716. determine if the disk slips at this instant.1698 = 0. j .81) Kinematics: rn.3477cos Applying Eq. 'CIA IO( 0.66 N.81) 25.315Ij) j ( "1.42  2(0.32 N Fr < (Fr1mu = p.. If the coefficient of static friction at A is J.147Oi j . 25.3477 m. Applymg Eq. Solving Eqs.315Ia) we have + (1..1470a1.).[IJ.).42 (0.3477sin 25.40j + ak x (0.3581 (4) [ 5) [2J.315Ia2.3523 0. 12 N N = 91.3581 0.01 OJ + 0. 464 .147Oi +0.). Equation of Motion: The mass moment of mertia of the semicircular  disk about its center of mass is given by Ic = ~ (10) ( 0.+ IM.).85 radls' = 2.32) = 45.5118a + 10(". = 0.01°(0. = l:(M.).1698) (J= sin (J sin 60° AlID. I698sin 60') = 0. : 10(9.3523 = 0. (""I. we have aG =a.
= SOcos9 + 0 + (a)(1.2(981)= 196.I413a .=24. DON a .9) 142.S497a t»dOJ = ad9 I"' • 2 OJ dt» = f'·· (I4.3 m.. respectively.). By means of the seat belt this body segment is assumed to be pinconnected to the seat of the car at A.7 ft.17cos9)d9 !o:l = 14. t14 Ans N.4a . The spool has a mass of 100 kg and a radius of gyration kG = 0.0N OK.922sinB • + 23.273cosB = 9.sinO·) t» = S.24mls1 aG = 0.I.2 and ILk = 0.4084a 142.6radls1 aG=6. determine the angular velocity of the body when it has rotated to 8 = 30°..Ssin9 + 221.0N Since (F')m~ = 0. A 100 (9.273 cos 9 + 8. 1798. and a radius of gyration about G of kG = 0. a center of gravity at G. 1797.17(sin30· Ans . Assume no slipping: a=15. 'I)".SslD9 = 1. If the coefficients of static and kinetic friction at A are ILs = 0.21 radls 468 .15. The upper body of the crash dummy has a mass of 75 Ib. If a crash causes the car to decelerate at 50 ft/s2.IW\.r'<" c.=98IN F.z)".922(cos30" .2N >24. determine the angular acceleration of the spool if P = 600 N. (Ilc..cosO·) + 23.221.
The 16lb bowling ball is cast horizontally onto a lane such that initially w = 0 and its mass center has a velocity v = 8 ft/s. O.375) !i'\ _ = [~(3~62)<0. = m(ac).375)Z 1614 Ja ~ rO. 660t = 8 .F.I2NA (0.37S).3. . + = m(aG).llN• N~ Solving..:. 9.76t 0.17·107. determine the distance the ball travels before it rolls without slipping. 864t ( (+) _v_ =0+25. When the ball rolls w ithout slipping v = 111(0..12.r.66Ot t=0.592 s s = 0 + 8 (0.375 v = 9.06 ft I 2' (3. i r. . For the calculation. If the coefficient of kinetic friction between the lane and the ball is ILk = 0. 592) s = 4. neglect the finger holes in the ball and assume the ball has a uniform density. Ans 592)2 :177 .F. 864)(0.
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