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nd angular acceleration of the
isk. Write your answers as
ectors in terms of their xyz
omponents. d C etermine the acceleration of
oint B of the disk. Write your
nswer as a vector in terms of
s xyz components. R
B b
O Use the following parameters in your analysis: ω1 = 2rad/sec, p = 8rad/sec, d = 1.5m, b = 0.5m
and R = your analysis: ! = 3 rad / s , p = 6 rad / s , d = 0.5 m ,
ollowing parameters in 0.25m. and R = 1 m . 1 Chapter III: Moving Reference Frame Kinematics Homework Moving Reference Frame Kinematics Homework Problems ME 274 III11 Problem III.9 Problem Shaft AB rotates about a ﬁxed axis with a constant rotational speed of Ω. A tube is hinged
Given: III9
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Shaftshaftrotates about a fixed axis withtheconstant rotational speed of !.constantis
on AB AB with the angle θ between a tube and shaft increasing at a A tube rate of θ. Particle
P moves within the tube at a constant rate the tube and to the tube. The a constant
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hinged on shaft AB with the angle " between of xP relativeshaft increasing atXYZ coordinate system
is ﬁxed Particle Xaxis aligned the the ﬁxed rotation axis x the shaft AB. The xyz
!
rate of ! . with theP moves within withtube at a constant rate ofof! P relative to the tube. coordinate
system is attached to the tube with the xaxis aligned with the tube for all time. For the position
The XYZ coordinate system is fixed with the Xaxis aligned with the fixed rotation axis
shown below, the z and Zaxes are aligned.
of the shaft AB. The xyz coordinate system is attached to the tube with the xaxis aligned
with the tube for all time. For the position shown below, the z and Zaxes are aligned.
Find: For the position shown: For th• position shown:
e Determine the angular velocity and angular acceleration of the tube. Write your answers as
vectors in the a of their xyz components.
a) Determine termsngular velocity and angular acceleration of the tube. Write your
answers as vectors in terms of their xyz components.
• Determine the acceleration of particle P. Write your answer as a...
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