10
CHAPTER OUTLINE
10.1
Angular Position, Velocity,
and Acceleration
10.2
Rotational Kinematics:
Rotational Motion with
Constant Angular
Acceleration
10.3
Angular and Linear
Quantities
10.4
Rotational Energy
10.5
Calculation of Moments of
Inertia
10.6
Torque
Torque and Angular
10.7
Relationship Between
Acceleration
10.8
Work, Power, and Energy
in Rotational Motion
Object
10.9
Rolling Motion of a Rigid
Rotation of a Rigid Object
About a Fixed Axis
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS
Q10.1
1 rev/min, or
π
30
rad/s. Into the wall (clockwise rotation).
α
=
0.
FIG. Q10.1
Q10.2
+
±
k
,
−
±
k
Q10.3
Yes, they are valid provided that
ω
is measured in degrees per
second and
is measured in degrees per secondsquared.
Q10.4
The speedometer will be inaccurate. The speedometer measures the number of revolutions per
second of the tires. A larger tire will travel more distance in one full revolution as 2
r
.
Q10.5
Smallest
I
is about
x
axis and largest
I
is about
y
axis.
Q10.6
The moment of inertia would no longer be
ML
2
12
if the mass was nonuniformly distributed, nor
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