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Unformatted text preview: contributions from the acceleration of B in both the X A/B and Y A/B directions as shown below. Use the kinematic definitions and the kinetics equations below to sum the forces on blocks A and B. B B X B Y B A Y / B A X / A B A B A r r r / r r r + = B A B A v v v / r r r + = B A B A a a a / r r r + = B A x / & & B x & & cos / B B A x x & & & & + sin B x & & ( ) cos / / B B A A X x x m F B A & & & & + = + ( ) sin / B A Y x m F B A & & = + B B X x m F B & & = + = = + B B Y y m F B & & 3. Problem #3.1.35 from Dynamics by Tongue and Sheppard 4. Problem #3.1.42 from Dynamics by Tongue and Sheppard This is one of the few pulley problems that does NOT require a kinematics solution first. B A...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course AEM 264 taught by Professor Parkermcinerny during the Spring '08 term at Alabama.
 Spring '08
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 Dynamics

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