Lecture16-2A

Lecture16-2A - Today's Lecture Lecture 16 Course Review Kinematics Newton's Laws of Motion Conservation of Energy Chapter 11 Rockets Review

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Today Today s Lecture s Lecture Lecture 16: Course Review; Kinematics, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Conservation of Energy Chapter 11, Rockets
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Review Review Kinematics Kinematics
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Circular Motion and Acceleration Circular Motion and Acceleration Consider the two unit vectors that are convenient for angular motion: r cos i sin j sin i cos j The position vector can now be written r r r r cos i sin j x i y j The velocity vector is simply the time derivative of the position vector. For circular motion the radius of curvature, r , is constant. However, f = f( t ), is time dependent. This means to find the velocity vector we must be careful when taking the derivative of the position vector – chain rule!
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Circular Motion and Acceleration Circular Motion and Acceleration Consider the two unit vectors that are convenient for angular motion: r cos i sin j sin i cos j The velocity vector can now be expressed: Taking the derivative of the velocity yields the acceleration. Assuming a constant rate of rotation, w : The radial acceleration points radially inward ! What happens when there is angular acceleration? Stay tuned! v d r dt r d cos dt i d sin dt j v r sin i cos j d dt r v a d v dt r d sin dt i d cos dt j a r cos i sin j d dt 2 r r v 2 r r
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Review Review Dynamics Dynamics
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Newton Newton s Second Law s Second Law is the net force This is the vector sum of all the forces acting on the
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course PHYS PHYS2A taught by Professor Hicks during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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Lecture16-2A - Today's Lecture Lecture 16 Course Review Kinematics Newton's Laws of Motion Conservation of Energy Chapter 11 Rockets Review

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