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Unformatted text preview: ES 223  Rigid Body Dynamics
Exam 11 February 23, 2005 NAMEJSECTION S ‘3 lUL‘il M Put your name on the back of the exam also. Closed book and closed notes. Show it]! work and enclose your final answer with a
box. Problems will be graded for partial credit only if the: work is neat and an
intermediate steps are clearly shown and presented in an easy to follow format. If
free body diagrams do not include a coordinate system you will receive very little
partial credit. Equations:
Uniformly accelerated rectilinear motion: Acceleration due to gavity:
d 2
1 g = 32.2 ﬁlm
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v2 2 v02 + 2a(s — so)
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1’ : v5.
2 A M (for circular motion)
'2. 2 We» + vet .
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2
v   2 . .
an:_—:pﬁ2=vﬂ anzv—zrﬁzzvﬂ
P r
a,=1>='s' a,=v:ré
a : a"2 + 0,2
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2a (for circular motion)
v, = 0 Power:
v3 = r9 PEE— v
a, 2 462 Paw .. em  —_
00 = r9 'Piuput Workenergy:
Tl + UH: : T2
T1 + V3,I + V“I +U"'_,2 = T2 + ng + V‘r1 U=jgd_r_ T=lmv2
2
1
Um —§k(x§—x3) (Spnng)
V =mgh V‘=—kx2 Coefﬁcient of restitution:
e : (van—(17;),
(Vl)n _ (v2)n Selected integmls: j d” =11n(a+bx)
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spring constant is 120 Nlm, and the unstretched length of the spring is 200 mm. The guide lies in the vertical plane. (.3) Determine the speed of the slider as it passes point B. The“? 0+0+T73 = 0.37fBL—a.943+0.)5' 2. (25) The four 5 pound spheres are rigidly attached to the crossbar frame having
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rest, and the coefﬁcient of restitution e = 0. 75. Determine the ﬁnal velocities of the balls just after the collision. Your
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