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If it is released from rest from the position shown, determine the initial horizontal and vertical components of reaction at the pin.

A. + t u; = m(~),;

=0

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80(9.81) = -80(1.5)(a)

80(9.81)(1.5)

a

= [2(80)(1.5)2)a

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= 4.36 radls2 = 262 N ADS

A,

67(I-e-02. where 1 is in seconds.2 0 w= 20.) Nvrn. a= dco e a dt 16. 67[1+ ~e-O.18 kg-rrr' about an axis passing through its center O. If it is subjected to a moment of M = 3(1 .]4 0.2. determine its angular velocity when I = 4 s starting from rest.17-55.e-O.8 fad Is Ans .) to = 16. The fan blade has a mass of 2 kg and a moment of inertia /0 = 0.2.

we have = -864a a = 0.2778 radls' .16.2. Applying .8) Kinemalic : Here.62.25 = 0+ 0+ ~ (0.8 rad .2'\. Cable is unwound from a spool supported on smallrollers at A and B by exerting a force of T = 300 N on the cable in the direction shown.2778) 1= I' 6. r 0.2 m. Compute the time needed to unravel 5 m of cable from the spool if the spool and cable have a total mass of 600 kg and a centroidal radius of gyration of ko = 1. neglectthe mass of the cable being unwound and the mass of rollers at A and B. the angular displacement eqeauon e = ~ = .we have I ( +) 6.2') = 864 kg m' Applying Eq.71 s Ans . = 6. Equation of Motion: givenby 10 The mass moment of inertia of the spool about point 0 is = mk~ = 600( 1. For the calculation.17. 17. The rollers turn with no friction. 8 = 80 + Wol+ 2at 2 .300(0.

5) . Two men exert constant vertical forces of 40 Ib and 30 Ib at the ends A and B of a uniform plank which has a weight of 50 lb. If the plank is originally at rest...58 rad/s ' .*17·91.)"c 32. Assume the plank to be a slender rod.2 = 29. -.5) -40(7.17-14.50 = ( 50 "c= 12.(~)( 12 12 32.115a Ans a = 2..:. A 1-----J5ft 40lb EquaJion of Motion: center is given by Ie Eq.115 slug f( Applying 40+ 30.2 Ans = -29.9 ft/s2 30(7. we have The mass moment of inertia of the plank about IS') Its 30lb mass = "':"'ml' = . determine the acceleration of its center and its angular acceleration..

j + tip!" (I"i .347i .(l.O. = 4905 N T =3. = 0.17-94.5N. = L Me = m(ae)..6)i a = 1. Also.13 kN ADS 0' = 1.6) .SNs = 500ae 500{9.6m = i"a. N.8ai ac.35 I11/s2 ADS Also. The spool has a mass of 500 kg and a radius of gyration kc = 1.684 rad/s a" = 1. Since N.5. = 4905 N ac = 1. It rests on the surface of a conveyor belt for which the coefficient of static friction is /15 = 0.80' Solving.81) = 0 1.O.30)2a a" = ac (a.81) +t ~+ L r..8) = 500(1. Determine the greatest acceleration ac of the conveyor so that the spool will not slip.684)(1.684 rad/s . T . .347 m/s2 Since no slipping Ans ac = 1. 0.). what are the initial tension in the wire and the angular acceleration of the spool? The spool is originally at rest.T(0.500(9.(1. N..30 m.

= m(llc). the normal component of acceleration of the mass center for the rod (llc). and a horizontal force of F = 15 Ib is applied to the roller. J 2ft Equation of Motion : The mass moment of inertia of the rod about its mass z') = 0. 15 = (~)Clc. The acceleration of roller A can be obtain by analyzing the motion of points A and G.1035 slug· f{ At the instant 12 12 32.3) 32.A). 32. 17 -16. (llc. we have 48. If the rod is originally at rest. we have center is given by IG = _!.17. A uniform rod having a weight of 10 Ib is pinsupported at A from a roller which rides on a horizontal track. Applying Eq.1035a = 144.*17-100. determine the acceleration of the roller.9 Ans aA = 193 ftls' . = O.. = O.2 a llc = 48._(~)( u.2 force F is applied.3 ftls' io» o = (~)(48. 16 . Applying Eq. Neglect the mass of the roller and its size d in the computations.2 K inemaiic : Since {J) (I) -O. the angular velocity of the rod {J) = O._m/' = _2.3 = QA - 144.9 radls2 = 0. Thus.

200) = 28. = 0 .284 = 5.27 N· m 12. = 0.15 N O.12 and fLk = 0.K.27 Ff = 0.22 N + N= 0 N (Ff )m".1.01) = 12.175)2 + 80(0. respectively. If it is pushed forward with a force of 200 N when the handle is at 45°. Assume no slipping.22) IG = 80(0.65 Ans Check no slippage assumption.65 kg .17-102.200 sin 45° . determine its angular acceleration.Cl = 2. The coefficients of static and kinetic friction between the ground and the roller are fL. m Cl = 28.4 N < 111.15N = Ic.200)2 = 5.175 m.200 = 61. = 0. . The lawn roUer has a mass of 80 kg and a radius of gyration kG = 0. m2 200N M" = 200 cos 45° (0. h = Io + md2 = 80(0.81) N =926.45(5.80(9.175)2 = 2. (t +) I:F.284 N .45 kg· 1112 MG = 1I1.01 rad/s2 5.12(926.

3. neglect the finger holes in the ball and assume the ball has a uniform density.761 "=9.864ft/s2. . = 161b.17·107. = m(aG). For the calculation. 592)2 s = 4.ll"".:. rt\ _ lb~ N. determine the distance the ball travels before it rolls without slipping.12N. .6601 = 8 . 1=0. 9. The 16-lb bowling ball is cast horizontally onto a lane such that initially w = 0 and its mass center has a velocity v = 8 ft/s.6601 s = 0 + 8(0.592 s _"_ 0. If the coefficient of kinetic friction betweenthe lane and the ball is ILk = 0. -16 =0 Ja \e) ~O.375 =0+25. aG = 3. a=25.F.375). (0. 864)(0.375) =[~(3~62)<0.06 ft Ans . N.76radls l Whenthe ball rolls without slipping v= 01(0.12. N. 8641 0. r.37S)1 Solving.~ (3.592) .

09)2] a.6 rad/s ' aD = = 43. A cord C is wrapped around each of the two IO-kg disks.17·110.~ lOan ~.\a.A (I) For B: ~+ +t Mo = loan: T(O.09a8 + 0 (4) a.09) = [~(10)(O. HIP I GB tlp .81) + 19..09a" Solving. determine the iension in the fixed cord D.09)2] an (2) L F)' = m(aD).09) = [~(lO)(0.\~ ~'.62 ADS = 118N 10(9.6 rad/s2 T= 19.qj 10(9.T = lOan (3) (U)aB = O.81) N T 0.81) N ~.~ Av T Gl.: 10(9. = 10(9. Neglect the mass of the cord. For A: ~+ L L MA = I.81) .: T(O.0901 ~' B a8 c:Q:1'~).62 N A. + 0. If they are released from rest.~ 43.

so that the torque on the center of the wheel is M = (28) N • m.(2){1)') + 5(0. determine the maximum angular velocity of the wheel if it is rotated two revolutions and thenreleased from rest. 10 • 2{2._.583)w 2 2 I"28d9 o (4r)' • O.583 :Ii 1 = -(1. 0+ = s 1.18-1 The wheel is made from a 5-kg thin ring and two 2·kg slender rods.7917w' Ana .5)' 12 1j + IU. If the torsional spring attached to the wheel'scenter has a stiffness k = 2 N • m/rad. where8 is in radians.

2 2 T= ~(~(0.5)J2 2 32. The double pulley consists of two parts that are attached to one another.2 = 283 ft lb Ans .2 + ~(~)[(20)(0. Assume that neither cable slips on the pulley.6 ft and is turning with an angular velocity of 20 rad/ s clockwise. rad/s 1 1 T= -IOcJ.*18-4. Determine the kinetic energy of the system. (l) '" 20 .6)2)(20)2 +-mBVi 2 1 2 2 32.+-mAl.2 + ~(~)[(20)(1)J2 2 32... It has a weight of 50 Ib and a centroidal radius of gyration of ko = 0.

42 m. 1j +IU1_.02 rad/s Ans .250) '" ())= ar 2.42)'] 0+ 20(2)(21r)(0. The radius of gyration of the reel about its center axis is kG = 0. = 12 1 2[175 (0. Determine the angular velocity of the reel after it has made two revolutions starting from rest. Neglect the mass of the rollers and the mass of the cable.18·9. which causes the 175-kg reel to turn since it is resting on the two rollers A and B of the dispenser. A force of P = 20 N is applied to the cable.

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