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Dynamics HW5 solution 9th ed Summer 2010

Dynamics HW5 solution 9th ed Summer 2010 - 33.57 A iJZ—kg...

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Unformatted text preview: 33.57 A iJZ—kg collar C may siideiwitiaout friction along a horizontal rod. - C _ It is attached to three springs, each of constant k 2 400 N/m and ‘ - . .4431;- ISQ—mm undeformed length. Knowing that the coilar is released ‘ . . .. from rest in the position shown, cietermine the maximum speed it a» kflfigwf 1% T n will reach in the ensuing motion. ‘ ‘ mffié I x‘ 13%. 32% M 3% 350 mm % »M£X:mwvn, Ira/(003% viii occuf‘ wiww (Leila/P i5 Psfil‘tka ihl‘owfln Paid“ "4] walliiir‘. . O 3%, 14“ 4201165 OU‘Q— Wfflrilm'iide, M ebquifluM f \: 5 a We, CM 8% Fig. 1:13.57 ’1 D ‘5 T. +\/‘ 1' i”; i“ V: 7.7-0 T2 7 VH‘V’L T; has Maximal/MIL VaduQ—u/iLew V1 LL; madam ‘l/aiL/LL Witt“. "5 0L5 Shawn/K oLioo 0a 1 583M} CD it EOAM>I+Q$0MWWL " ZiZ-ljl MM :50mm X: f—lgo m”! : Q'ZoiBZVVim ”>me Vcb‘. Ji¥LtOOM (,OOlijlhjL : 1772/ MM i W\ S r: i “A AC X: 1";0Wm ill/36.6{f01‘mm VIN,“ likqoc-D’E(,H’5Liioznjl 3 ¢.(o\‘75L//UW1 BOOWM \ V‘ : \lnéc‘gr vco‘ + VAC! 1 [j 4 r771l MM .1, 6.970! mm 3 7.6?75/Vm n V2“: 291%) , 2(74975/6’; — AWLQMW) Wu H #29? V?“ 2 “2.1722. "“751— (V: 3N1 “/51 Kim V5” f7 13 67 The system Shown is in ( quilibrium when tfi = 0 Knowing III; II iII'Itialiy d)": 90” and that biock C is Uiven a slight nudge when the system Is III that position determiné the speed. of the block as It passes through the equiiiinum position rfiv m 0. Neglect the weight (If the ram} "FHA :. [3+U2' BiacK reams max:mwm 513% am ‘ I Pisa/L21" MUM?“ ¢©W"I:LNWM final-Iran MQUWM FLMIJJ Wm itfl‘Iv arm/((3 Fig. P1167 fiw %%3’LUFIW,Dt051+lg-u _ AI ebuthkw-‘M }/ pi ”('A‘fl 5E EMA”) : Emexjfi hzslIszPI LN? V5: ngIszfifif .3131“ I“ M J @2963 L23 W 1 fS’IS‘IIB IL. VZLX26 X7): E5. ; ‘31‘33’53’, : ,3023~O+ K~ $00 W/{idr IIIIIIIQIIIIIWII m¥3L — .3013PI- '~ .337‘MI AI— d; 30° \I‘ : i’xéOolL (4 HM 39+ - IWCII-I) m 25mm III “a 721% ML [MAFIloc’ \ IL L I. , é @414' Vlzoax600'3%(r3013 #45 17 CH 72: .Ivl—II ‘- W': Jab/.- Viv 2——'———’j§%‘ (LIZIZ‘TW‘O‘II7HIM‘Q‘) Jig“: “V ”L 33 3201 “VS“: é13.95 Collar A weighs 10 1b and is attached to a spring of constant F“ ' .s‘ u S I :4 «.3 2‘ '2‘ ””6135: 50 Ila/ft and of undeformed length equal to .18 in. The system is set in motion with r = 12 in, of; m 16 Em. and L} w": 0. Neglecting the mass at the rod ancl- the effect of friction, dctcrmine the radial anti transverse components of the velocity of the collar when 1' m 21 in. Gmglff‘v'u‘ifv‘m (A: “Siky W‘le. rI UB‘ : five”. 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Knowingf that {ha-1: <2:1c,-ffié'im1t 0? kinetic fi‘iction histween the [flock and the‘ piano is it": 2 0.30, (interrrm'ze the firm} if fakes far the block to much 13 with Him velocity; if {a} 6 = (L {in} E} m 205', b 3 \VX ‘N Fig. 913.321 ‘ 0 wa<flmgm9+w%£flt=rvz .— yt/{Cé lane 72% m9 3mg) m) I >.~3245é_fi_h 31232263 m0 1M) 2'- M 30HA : ____._________ =- 1.12% m )6 31.1%.(3mlOD—M2063 L: 13.133 TE}: sysfemws'iumin‘is released f'nml i‘est.“[)(ziermine the time it takes far the V(_:§<‘Jc-éty UFA to reach i :n/s‘ Negiect Friction and the mass 0f the glitl‘liflys. f“ zumwc l W + \73 :0 V5 - "ZVCL 0 a 1 MM + 5‘1“ : MA VAL ‘ :ig. ”3,133 z 7:“ x: Admin +ZMBVA>: Lug — mg; EIE (MM/141+ HMB V41 '2 2W8 ”WA 1: : VAL (w W0 ‘M —. mam-m Zfi-wmsa-m) 10.363] 33.146 At an intersection C111 Bwas traveling 301111131111 (1111" A was it" 30° north of east wh: n thev 51 manned into each otim r 11pm: 11 tigationa it W15 {mind that «fter the crash the two cars go and skidded 011 at an angie of 10" north of cast. 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