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# L25-Angular Impulse - Lesson 25 Angular Impulse Momentum Fall 08 Student Advice Look at the slides prior to the classes Make sure and do the

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Lesson 25 Angular Impulse Momentum Fall 08 Student Advice “Look at the slides prior to the classes” “Make sure and do the homework because it really helps you understand the material.”

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Admin Look at your HW – any wrong “assumptions”? Shooting eggs next Friday – meet in the Building 13 courtyard area (Bldg 13 is just West of the library) Weight of egg= 0.15 lbs

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Let’s say this is your senior project. Assume that the velocity of the Frisbee is 15 m/s. 4. (if have time) Make some appropriate estimates for dimensions and masses, then based on these determine the size/stiffness of your spring. Make sure you show all calculations for this. Turn in one copy per team. 2. List out the things you would need to know or measure. 1. Sketch out your design for the launcher. 3. Determine the stiffness of your spring – write out an expression in terms of variables first (i.e., not numbers).

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Look at Problem 6/187 in your book. We are going to analyze just case (a) and (b). As it says, at the instant shown both bars have an angular velocity of 4 rad/s.
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## This note was uploaded on 01/22/2011 for the course ME 212 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '05 term at Cal Poly.

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L25-Angular Impulse - Lesson 25 Angular Impulse Momentum Fall 08 Student Advice Look at the slides prior to the classes Make sure and do the

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