EAS208_HW06_101810

EAS208_HW06_101810 - angular velocity of kg 8 rad s when a...

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EAS 208 (Fall 2010) Homework #6 Due: Monday, October 25 at beginning of class Study: Chapters 16.1 – 16.3 (Bedford and Fowler, 5 th edition) Solve Problems: 16.14, 16.34, 16.52, 16.61, 16.80, 16.91, 16.92 Solve and Submit Problems 6–1, 6–2 and 6–3 below Problem 6–1 The 3 4 oz bullet strikes the stationary block with the horizontal velocity and becomes embedded. If the maximum displacement of the block after the impact is , determine . Neglect friction and assume that the block does not leave the inclined surface. 6 lb o v 1.4 d = f t o v 1
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Problem 6–2 A pendulum consists of two 4 concentrated masses positioned as shown on a light but rigid bar. The pendulum is swinging through the vertical position with a clockwise
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Unformatted text preview: angular velocity of kg 8 rad s when a bullet traveling with a velocity of 60 g 220 m s in the direction shown strikes the lower mass and becomes embedded in it. Determine: a) The angular velocity of the pendulum immediately after the impact. b) The maximum angle of the pendulum after impact. 2 Problem 63 A sphere with a mass of 2 rebounds as shown after striking an inclined plane with a vertical velocity of kg o V 8 m s . Given the coefficient of restitution between the sphere and the plane, determine: 0.7 e = a) The loss of energy due to the impact. b) The height reached by the sphere. H 3...
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