ENME361 HW1_Spring 2011

ENME361 HW1_Spring 2011 - O is fixed in an inertial...

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Spring 2011 Due on February 8, 2011 ENME361: Assignment No. 1 1.4 Show that the acceleration of the particle in the rotating frame of Example 1.3 is 2 2 1 2 ( 2 ) ( 2 ) p p p p p p p p x y x y y x y x ω α = - - - + + - + a e e where is the magnitude of the angular acceleration of the rotating frame about the z axis. 1.5. In Figure E1.5, a slider of mass M r is located on a bar whose angular displacement in the plane is described by the coordinate θ . The motion of the slider from the pivot point is measured by the coordinate r 1 . The acceleration due to gravity acts in a direction normal to the plane of motion. Assume that the point
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Unformatted text preview: O is fixed in an inertial reference frame and determine the absolute velocity and absolute acceleration of the slider. r 1 Slider of mass M r ( t ) O Bar of rotary inertia J O Figure E1.5 1.11 . Determine the angular momentum of the system shown in Figure 1.6 about the point O and discuss if it is conserved. m ϕ θ J O R r e 1 e 2 Pivot O O ′ e ′ 2 e 1 Figure 1.6. Pendulum attached to a rotating disc. 1.14. For the system shown in Figure E1.13, construct the system kinetic energy. l G m , J G O ′ O M ( t ) Figure E1.13...
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