Problem 11.101.
A handball player throws a ball from A with a horizontal velocity v0.
Knowing that d = 15 ft, determine (a) the value of v0 for which the ball will
strike the corner C, (b) the range of values of v0 for which the ball will
strike the corne
PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
Chapter 15, Problem 112.
The 360-mm-radius flywheel is rigidly attached to a 30-mm-radius shaft
that can roll along parallel rails. Knowing that at the instant shown the
center of the shaft has a velocity of 24 mm/s and an accelerat
Chapter 16, Problem 59.
A beam AB of mass m and of uniform cross section is suspended from
two springs as shown. If spring 2 breaks, determine at that instant (a) the
angular acceleration of the beam, (b) the acceleration of point A, (c) the
acceleration
Problem 12.8
In the braking test of a sports car its velocity is reduced from 70 mi/h to
zero in a distance of 170 ft with slipping impending. Knowing that the
coefficient of kinetic friction is 80 percent of the coefficient of static
friction, determine
STATEMENTS
Chapter 15, Problem 9.
The rectangular block shown rotates about the diagonal OA with a
constant angular velocity of 6.76 rad/s. Knowing that the rotation is
counterclockwise as viewed from A, determine the velocity and
acceleration of point B
HW6.- STATEMENTS
Problem 13.166.
A 17.5-lb sphere A of radius 4.5 in. moving with a velocity v 0 of
magnitude v0 = 6 ft/s strikes a 1.6-lb sphere B of radius 2 in. which was
at rest. Both spheres are hanging from identical light flexible cords.
Knowing th
PROBLEMS
Chapter 14, Problem 21.
Two spheres, each of mass m, can slide freely on a frictionless, horizontal
surface. Sphere A is moving at a speed v0 = 4.8 m/s when it strikes
sphere B which is at rest and the impact causes sphere B to break into two
pie
HW5 STATEMENTS (CH.13)
Problem 27.
A 0.7-lb block rests on top of a 0.5-lb block supported by but
not attached to a spring of constant 9 lb/ft. The upper block is
suddenly removed. Determine (a) the maximum velocity
reached by the 0.5-lb block, (b) the ma
HOMEWORK 3 DYNAMICS CE298
Problem 11.145.
A nozzle discharges a stream of water in the direction shown with an
initial velocity of 8 m/s. Determine the radius of curvature of the stream
(a) as it leaves the nozzle, (b) at the maximum height of the stream.
PROBLEM 11.40
A5 rainy runner A enters the mum-Eons exchange zone will: a
speed nf12.9 mfs, h: begins In 0100: dnnm. H0 hands in: balm :0
runner :5 LEE 0 later as they leave the endinnge m with the
5mm vel0eity. Determine {a} line: unifnnn mlmlim Dread: 0