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A uniForm rod oF mass 2
.
6 kg is 21 m long. The
rod is pivoted about a horizontal, Frictionless
pin at the end oF a thin extension (oF negligible
mass) a distance 21 m From the center oF
mass oF the rod. Initially the rod makes an
angle oF 51
◦
with the horizontal. The rod is
released From rest at an angle oF 51
◦
with the
horizontal, as shown in the fgure.
21 m
21 m
2
.
6 kg
O
51
◦
What is the angular speed oF the rod at
the instant the rod is in a horizontal position?
The acceleration oF gravity is 9
.
8 m
/
s
2
and the
moment oF inertia oF the rod about its center
oF mass is
I
cm
=
1
12
mℓ
2
.
Correct answer: 0
.
818255 rad
/
s.
Explanation:
Let :
ℓ
= 21 m
,
θ
= 51
◦
,
and
m
= 2
.
6 kg
.
Rotational kinetic energy is
K
R
=
1
2
I ω
2
and gravitational kinetic energy is
K
trans
=
mg d .
The inertia oF the system is
I
=
I
cm
+
md
2
=
1
12
mℓ
2
+
mℓ
2
=
13
12
mℓ
2
.
Since the rod is uniForm, its center oF mass
is located a distance
ℓ
From the pivot. The
vertical height oF the center oF mass above
the horizontal is
ℓ
sin
θ .
Using conservation oF
energy,
K
i
+
U
i
=
K
f
+
U
f
K
f
=
U
i
1
2
I ω
2
=
mg ℓ
sin
θ
13
24
mℓ
2
ω
2
=
mg ℓ
sin
θ
ω
2
=
24
13
g
sin
θ
ℓ
ω
=
r
24
g
sin
θ
13
ℓ
=
R
24 (9
.
8 m
/
s
2
) sin 51
◦
13 (21 m)
=
0
.
818255 rad
/
s
.
keywords:
002
10.0 points
A circularshaped object oF mass 15 kg has
an inner radius oF 13 cm and an outer radius
oF 30 cm. Three Forces (acting perpendicular
to the axis oF rotation) oF magnitudes 13 N,
27 N, and 13 N act on the object, as shown.
The Force oF magnitude 27 N acts 31
◦
below
the horizontal.
13 N
13 N
27 N
31
◦
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Find the magnitude of the net torque on
the wheel about the axle through the center
of the object.
Correct answer: 4
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2010 for the course PHY 303K taught by Professor Nui during the Spring '09 term at University of TexasTyler.
 Spring '09
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 Physics, Mass, Work

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