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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
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 III-11 Problem III.9 Problem Shaft AB rotates about a ﬁxed axis with a constant rotational speed of Ω. A tube is hinged
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
hinged on shaft AB with the angle " between of xP relativeshaft increasing atXYZ coordinate system
is ﬁxed Particle X-axis 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 x-axis aligned with the tube for all time. For the position
The XYZ coordinate system is fixed with the X-axis aligned with the fixed rotation axis
shown below, the z- and Z-axes are aligned.
of the shaft AB. The xyz coordinate system is attached to the tube with the x-axis aligned
with the tube for all time. For the position shown below, the z- and Z-axes 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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