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ENGINEERING MECHANICS VOLUME 2 DYNAMICS Fifth Edition J. L. Meriam L. G. Kraige Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University With Special Contributions by: W. L. Palm, III University of Rhode Island CHAPTER © 2006 Parnas. All rights reserved.  3 KINETICS OF KINETICS OF PARTICLES PARTICLES
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© 2006 Parnas. All rights reserved.  DYNAMICS ifth dition Meriam Kraige • Palm 1- 2 Contents of Chapter 3 3/1 Introduction SECTION A: FORCE MASS AND ACCELERATION 3/2 Newton’s Second Law 3/3 Equation of Motion 3/4 Rectilinear Motion 3/5 Curvilinear Motion
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© 2006 Parnas. All rights reserved.  DYNAMICS ifth dition Meriam Kraige • Palm 1- 3 Contents of Chapter 3 (Cont.) SECTION B: WORK AND ENERGY 3/6 Work and Kinetic Energy 3/7 Potential Energy SECTION C: IMPULSE AND MOMENTUM 3/9 Linear Impulse and Momentum 3/10 Angular Impulse and Momentum
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© 2006 Parnas. All rights reserved.  DYNAMICS ifth dition Meriam Kraige • Palm 1- 4 Contents of Chapter 3 (Cont.) SECTION D: SPECIAL APPLICATIONS 3/12 Impact 3/13 Central Force Motion 3/14 Relative Motion
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© 2006 Parnas. All rights reserved.  DYNAMICS ifth dition Meriam Kraige • Palm 1- 5 Introduction In this chapter: We combine our knowledge of Properties of forces , which we developed in statics and Kinematics of particle motion just covered in Chap. 2.
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© 2006 Parnas. All rights reserved.  DYNAMICS ifth dition Meriam Kraige • Palm 1- 6 FORCE-MASS-ACCELERATION METHOD Direct Application of Newton’s 2 nd Law of Motion Force and acceleration are directly proportional 1 2 1 2 a constant F F F C a a a = = = = L Inertia of the particle or its resistance to rate of change of velocity (mass) C C m = = MASS
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© 2006 Parnas. All rights reserved.  DYNAMICS ifth dition Meriam Kraige • Palm 1- 7 FORCE-MASS-ACCELERATION METHOD Direct Application of Newton’s 2 nd Law of Motion Force and acceleration are directly proportional 1 2 1 2 a constant F F F C a a a = = = = L Inertia of the particle or its resistance to rate of change of velocity (mass) C C m = = MASS
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© 2006 Parnas. All rights reserved.  DYNAMICS ifth dition Meriam Kraige • Palm 1- 8 Mass – Force: Units SI (Metric) System vs. US Customary (Imperial)
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© 2006 Parnas. All rights reserved.  DYNAMICS ifth dition Meriam Kraige • Palm 1- 9 3/3 Equation of Motion Force-Mass-Acceleration Equation m = F a where + + + = ∑ 1 2 n F F F F L Equation of Motion
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© 2006 Parnas. All rights reserved.  DYNAMICS ifth dition Meriam Kraige • Palm 1- 10 3/4 Rectilinear Motion Choose for example x -direction as the direction of motion 0 0 x x y z F ma m F F = = = = F a x y
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© 2006 Parnas. All rights reserved.  DYNAMICS ifth dition Meriam Kraige • Palm 1- 11 3/4 Rectilinear Motion: Prob.3.17 Q: Determine the minimum stopping distance s which the truck can have from a speed of 70 km/h with constant deceleration if the crate is not to slip forward o 70 km/h v =
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3_Kinetics_Part 1 - Fifth Edition CHAPTER 3 ENGINEERING...

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