IC3.1-RocketSled

IC3.1-RocketSled - Find (decide, then left click) : Given...

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In Class Example 3.1 Rocket Sled Video: Rocket Sled Test
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Rocket Sled Example In Class 3.1 The sled starts from rest and accelerates at: a= -0.003 v 2 m/s 2 Until its velocity decreases to 100 m/s. a= 30 + 2t m/s 2 Until it reaches a velocity of 400 m/s. Then it hits a water brake and its acceleration is: What total distance did the sled travel? Solution: What general relationship will you use? What are your limits of integration? Since you will be integrating your velocity equation to determine position, it is important to keep your limits in general terms Set up your position equation How long until v= 400 m/s? What about the braking part? What approach? Set up your integral Solve Problem Type (decide):
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Unformatted text preview: Find (decide, then left click) : Given (decide, then left click) : a(t=0 t 1 ), a(t 1 t 2 ), v(0) = 0, v(t 1 )=400 m/s, and v(t 2 ) = 100 m/s s (t=0 t 2 ) Kinematics-Rectilinear Motion Rocket Sled Example The sled starts from rest and accelerates at: a= -0.003 v 2 m/s 2 Until its velocity decreases to 100 m/s. a= 30 + 2t m/s 2 Until it reaches a velocity of 400 m/s. Then it hits a water brake and its acceleration is: What is the sleds total time of travel? What general relationship will you use? (decide, then hit space bar) What are your limits of integration? Solve Is this your final answer? From previous problem, we have: Nope- add them...
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