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Unformatted text preview: Page 1 Physics 207 Lecture 7 Physics 207: Lecture 7, Pg 1 Physics 207, Physics 207, Lecture 7, Sept. 26 Lecture 7, Sept. 26 Agenda: Agenda: Assignment: For Wednesday read Chapter 7 Assignment: For Wednesday read Chapter 7 c MP Problem Set 3 due tonight MP Problem Set 3 due tonight c MP Problem Set 4 available now MP Problem Set 4 available now c MidTerm MidTerm Thursday, Oct. 4, Chapters 1 Thursday, Oct. 4, Chapters 17, 90 minutes, 7:15 7, 90 minutes, 7:158:45 PM 8:45 PM Rooms: Rooms: B102 & B130 in B102 & B130 in Van Van Vleck Vleck . Chapter 6 (Dynamics II) x Motion in two (or three dimensions) x Frames of reference Start Chapter 7 (Dynamics III) x Circular Motion Physics 207: Lecture 7, Pg 2 Chapter 6: Chapter 6: Motion in 2 (and 3) dimensions Motion in 2 (and 3) dimensions , , Dynamics II Dynamics II c Recall instantaneous velocity and acceleration c These are vector expressions reflecting x, y and z motion r = r (t) v = d r / dt a = d 2 r / dt 2 Physics 207: Lecture 7, Pg 3 Kinematics Kinematics c The position, velocity, and acceleration of a particle in 3dimensions can be expressed as: r = x i + y j + z k v = v x i + v y j + v z k ( i , j , k unit vectors ) a = a x i + a y j + a z k c All this complexity is hidden away in this compact notation r = r (t) v = d r / dt a = d 2 r / dt 2 a d x dt x = 2 2 a d y dt y = 2 2 a d z dt z = 2 2 v dx dt x = v dy dt y = v dz dt z = ) ( t x x = y y t = ( ) z z t = ( ) Physics 207: Lecture 7, Pg 4 Special Case Special Case Throwing an object with x along the horizontal and y along the vertical. x and y motion both coexist and t is common to both Let g act in the y direction, v 0x = v 0 and v 0y = 0 y t 4 x t = 0 4 y t x 4 x vs t y vs t x vs y Physics 207: Lecture 7, Pg 5 A different trajectory A different trajectory x vs y t = 0 t =10 Can you identify the dynamics in this picture? How many distinct regimes are there? y x Physics 207: Lecture 7, Pg 6 A different trajectory A different trajectory x vs y t = 0 t =10 Can you identify the dynamics in this picture? How many distinct regimes are there? 0 < t < 3 3 < t < 7 7 < t < 10 b I. v x = constant = v ; v y = 0 b II. v x = v y = v b III. v x = 0 ; v y = constant < v y x What can you say about the acceleration? Page 2 Physics 207 Lecture 7 Physics 207: Lecture 7, Pg 7 Lecture 7, Lecture 7, Exercises 1 & 2 Exercises 1 & 2 Trajectories with acceleration Trajectories with acceleration c A rocket is moving sideways in deep space, with its engine off, from A to B. It is not near any stars or planets or other outside forces. c Its constant thrust engine (force is constant) is fired at point B and left on for 2 seconds in which time the rocket travels from point B to some point C x Sketch the shape of the path from B to C....
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This note was uploaded on 10/30/2011 for the course PHYS 207 taught by Professor Winnokur during the Spring '06 term at Wisconsin.
 Spring '06
 Winnokur
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