TAM 2030 Spring 2012
Dynamics
Homework 5
Posted: February 23
Due: March 6 (NOTE: this is a Tuesday, not a Friday)
1. Write your name, netid, assignment number, and discussion section number on the top of your paper.
2. From the textbook, do problems:
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Your TA, Section # and Section time:
Your name:
Cornell
TAM/ENGRD 2030
Prelim 3
April 21, 2014
No calculators, books or notes allowed.
3 Problems, 90 minutes (+ up to 90 minutes overtime)
How to get the highest score?
Please do these things:
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Cornell
TAM/ENGRD 2030
Your name:
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Prelim 1
February 27, 2014
No calculators, books or notes allowed.
3 Problems, 90 minutes (+ up to 90 minutes overtime)
How to get the highest score?
Please do these things:
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Your TA, Section # and Section time:
Your name:
Cornell
TAM/ENGRD 2030
Prelim 1
February 27, 2014
No calculators, books or notes allowed.
3 Problems, 90 minutes (+ up to 90 minutes overtime)
How to get the highest score?
Please do these things:
- % :
*
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Your TA, Section # and Section time:
Your name:
Cornell
TAM/ENGRD 2030
Prelim 2
March 20, 2014
No calculators, books or notes allowed.
3 Problems, 90 minutes (+ up to 90 minutes overtime)
How to get the highest score?
Please do these things:
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TAM/ENGRD 2,030 3
No calculators. books or notes allowed.
3 Problems. 90 minutes {+ up to Sit] minutes overtime}
How to get the highest score?
Please do these things:
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TAM 2030 Spring 2012
Dynamics
Extra Credit Homework
Posted: April 26
Due: May 11
Lets look some more at the simple car. Your solution to the extra problem on HW10 should have
found the following equation of motion:
x m+
1
2
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4Iw + It + Ie
2
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2
re
=
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TAM 2030 Spring 2012
Dynamics
Prelim 2: March 27, 2012
Instructions: Read each question carefully. To earn maximum partial credit, show all work as you
progress toward your nal answer(s). Clearly label all equations (for example, Conservation of rope:
or
TAM 2030 Fall 2011
Dynamics
Prelim 1: October 4, 2011
Name:
netID:
Instructions: Read each question carefully. To earn maximum partial credit, show all work as you
progress toward your nal answer(s). Be sure to specify units of any numerical answer, if ap
Lab #2 - Two Degrees-of-Freedom Oscillator
Revised February 18, 2011
INTRODUCTION
This lab shows some properties of linear vibrating systems with two or more degrees-offreedom. The example is the system illustrated in Figure (2.1) which has two degrees-of
TAM 2030 Fall 2011
Dynamics
Prelim 2: November 15, 2011
Name:
netID:
Instructions: Read each question carefully. To earn maximum partial credit, show all work as you
progress toward your nal answer(s). Be sure to specify units of any numerical answer, if
Lab #1 - One Degree-of-Freedom Oscillator
Revised January 4, 2011
INTRODUCTION
Engineers often have the challenge of making something oscillate the right amount or of trying
to prevent something from oscillating too much. The mass-spring-dashpot is the pr
Lab #3 - Slider-Crank Lab
Revised March 19, 2012
INTRODUCTION
In this lab we look at the kinematics of some mechanisms which convert rotary motion into
oscillating linear motion and vice-versa. In kinematics we use geometry and calculus to
study motion wi
Lab #4 - Gyroscope
Revised March 29, 2012
Introduction
A gyroscope is an axisymmetric rigid object that spins about its symmetry axis. Often it
has a large angular velocity, , about this axis. Some examples are a ywheel, the front
wheel of a bicycle or mo