88.8(See Figure 8.4.1) Note that ll′+is the distance from 0′to , defined as 0dFrom eqn. 8.4.13, 2cmkll′=( )222cmklllll′′+=+= +cm+=d2dFrom eqn. 8.4.9b, cmkk l=+2=From eqn. 8.4.6, 22kglπ=DT2dg=DT8.9Period of a simple pendulum: 2aTM=Period of real pendulum: 2ITMgl=D(eqn. 8.4.5) Where moment of inertia I=distance to CM of physical pendulum l=distance to CM of boba=radius of bobb=location of CM of physical pendulum: ()22abmMmamabmlaamMmMM−+−==−+=−ab+1mmbMMa=− −Moment of inertia: 22255bob2IMmabMmab=−+−+2222115mb
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