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Unformatted text preview: NAME y Section Table IImmr (.‘nde; {refflrefl gf 1»:qu Her .I‘eeeh'err' mmm‘hmflerf did on this: fear: Signature: ____ ME 201 Test #4 December 6, 200? NOTES: 1’. Sign audpmvide identifing info on every sheet. _ Hie proper reefer Hrflflfiflfl in ah? cases where meters are used. 7 3. In ewe-.- ffl‘mhfl'flg “Relies, j-‘Uil are REQUIRED to draw curripfew um! curmc'r £31.13, K95, em. The" use mm? m :h'refup _1-'rmr go‘wrm'ng eqmrmmn'. 4- KW“ “38,110” MIN-Mar 1‘0 pelfflrm any talcum: that mfghr invoh'e Mg m- .w'rm'terfimeifun.1.', me: your «Hemmer m Me radian made first. 5. In (if! (reflex, remember m .-.'.I".IrmJ .I'eflrh'x with magnitude: direction, mle and par: ymu' answer in a bar. a NAME 2 Section Table .I'. (34 pts) m [110 instanl s‘t‘uun'uu'n1 bar AH has angular velocity and angular accclcmtion as shown. Collar C is pinned to DC and slides along bar AB, Dstcrmine the angular velocity and angular acceleration of bar DC. He.- wry clear as m hon-yon ! mm = 5 ruin-$1 - E11“: 5 “MUH— dqfinc, locum am! mien: J’nur .l'm‘af coordinate nysmm. It is " +- srrongn'y suggested that you «1?ng your global With your local “' 2/ A. A . Esteem. A A \ "K 3’ cm A b , t = . :r = 3 , . p ; J { ‘5 I €03: ‘35 I hlJ‘ifii' ._ "—--—-— ..___ +( 3.7: +— 23.33); 3"- (“-433dm+«1*[-‘T)):(“cm ms) 3*.- (wiretap-“ABBHU5(31-13fl) .-—- fl NA ME Section Table 2. [32 pls} The assemny is in a vertical plane. When ti= fit!” the system is released From rest. There is sufficient i'rietion so that the uniferm disk relis without slip. but the railing resistance is negiigible. The eeliar C and pin eenneetiens are frictionless. Find the angular velocity of the bar BC when 0= 30". The disk weighs 2t] lb, the bar weighs 1t} th, and the cellar weighs 5 H1. The mnmelll el' inertia efa tlnifenu disk about its US is {HZ} {neg}. The moment of inertia of a slender bar about its CG is {m 2H mif}. (_i"‘ B-/ [email protected]_35k;30j I Mai-5&1“ w ’17- eflfin‘TQ-‘E («a a "‘ 1 # J. m 1 TH ‘ --""' : 1' M .1 L ,3, 331(3) 0.23:? 5659-9- Pr.— ': -L 1 : z 1" J'blgy. '3'. Mr 21: £z('K-) flo-lqg’g SET-Ff: H~ib=i L J. 7” I 1 ZWVL+ZMEGVEI+#I LL] 2 (5' as .L 1' a"! n1 ‘3' +1 mug +§£Démw3 |.' D 5‘ +1 35.1{ ' '4“ I ,1 +-— a Mya’X 1:52:59 H 2255249?“ + 0.3+484» +0.“:34'5' + 4“ G-éfifi’flb 1'- 0344451 LO *- E- C. NAM s: LE ‘1 Section Table 3. [34 pts} The slender bar 13 is 1.2 ft long and weighs 10 lb. At the inslantjusl prior to contact with the ball, the bar is rotating about the trietiouless pin 0 with the given angular velocity. Just prior to contact at point C. the 241:: ball A is traveitng as shown. The coefficient ot'rcstitution between the hall and bar is {}_{|. The contact surface is I'rietinltioss. The motion is in u 1vertical plane. Find the velocity ol'the hall anti the angular velocity at the her immediater after the impact event is over. To simplify your arithmetic. please use the coordinate system shown and let an}.f unknown values he asmuncd positive until “- ' 4U" e ‘30 prove" otherwise. scar“ «Case “that :20 W50 : [7.32 F/ch‘flm TEN: TATE-2 '0 you. AM: W i, '51 CH)" —3" “351.2. ...
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