Practice problems for Exam 2
Do all the example problems and fundamental problems
1. The particle has a mass of 0.5 kg and is conned to move along the
smooth vertical slot (yes, there is gravity downward). The arm is rotating
counterclockwise direction at
Homework 5
February 14 2014
Zachary Estlack, Gage Waldo, Jay Pechuex
Section 002
Problem 1
cons k 12, g 9.8, r .6, m1 1, d 50, td 1;
ballposx v0 t td Cos;
ballposy v0 t td Sin
1
t2 g 1;
2
Forcecart k rt ;
Forcecart
x1 't;
eq1
m1
cartpos DSolveeq1, x1
Dynamics Hw #7
5 March 2014
Zachary Estlack, Gage Waldo, Jay Pechuex
"C:\Users\Zachary\Desktop\School
Work\Dynamics\Notes and Examples\vectorDefsMM30.m"
These Engineering Vector algorithms are copyright Alan A. Barhorst
Problem 1
eq h Cos i Sin j 3 i
3
Dynamics HW#3 Part 2
29 January 2014
Zachary Estlack, Gage Waldo, Jay Pecheux
Section 002
Problem 6
Problem 1 Page 128
g 9.81;
(a)
Solve0 h
h 19.62
1
g 22 , h
2
The stone was dropped from a height of 19.62 meters
(b)
The force of gravity acts downwar
Homework 4 Part 1
31 January 2014
Zachary Estlac, Gage Waldo, Jay Pechuex
Section 002
Problem 1
Page 141 Problem 6
posxt_ : V t
posyt_ : h
1
g t2
2
Solveposxt df, t
t
df
V
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t
df w
V
t 2
h
;
g
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df
, V
V
V
df
2
Solvet
Homework 4 Part 2
February 5 2014
Zachary Estlack, Gage Waldo, Jay Pecheux
Section 002
Problem 1
Page 140 Problem 5
yt_ : a0 Sin xt
x 't_ : 0
vy t_ : Dyt, t
ay t_ Dvy t, t
2 Sin xt a0 x t2
n m g m ay t;
xt 1;
Solven 0, x 't
x t
g
Csc
a0
, x t
The velo
Homework 4 Part 3
February 7 2014
Zachary Estlack, Gage Waldo, Jay Pecheux
Section 002
Problem 6
Problem 13 Page 201
accelslopex
c vx2 m g Sin
;
m
eq1 m v 'x c vx2 m g Sin;
DSolveeq1, v0 0, vx, x
Solve:ifun :
Inverse functions are being used by Solve,
Dynamics HW 6
21 February 2014
Zachary Estlack, Gage Waldo, Jay Pechuex
Problem 1
Page 282 Problem 1
cons er .9, m .1, v0 4, 20 ;
vy Solveer
vfy
v0 Cos
, vfy; . cons
Sqrtvfy2 vfx2 . vy . vfx v0 Sin . cons
3.64906
Problem 2
Page 282 Problem 2
cons ma
Homework #9
2 April 2014
Zachary Estlack, Gage Waldo, Jay Pechuex
"C:\Users\Zachary\Desktop\School
Work\Dynamics\Notes and Examples\vectorDefsMM30.m"
These Engineering Vector algorithms are copyright Alan A. Barhorst
Problem 1
Page 489 Problem #4
orc xt
Dynamics HW#1
Zachary Estlack, Gage Waldo, Jay Pecheux
21 January 2014
Problem 1
Problem 2
"C:\Users\Zachary\Desktop\Dynamics\Notes and Examples\vectorDefsMM30.m"
These Engineering Vector algorithms are copyright Alan A. Barhorst
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The rolier coaster Car has a mass of650 kg including its
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Negiect friction, the m
Quiz 6 Version B
NAMES:
Soioim
1. A 7 kg block is released from rest at A. The con-
stant force P is applied to the moving pulley. Find
the velocity of the block after it moved up 0.6 m up
the incline. Assume that the spring is already'oom-
pressed by 0.2
Practice problems for Exam 2
Do all the example problems and fundamental problems
1
A cord is wrapped half way around the solid cylinder as shown in the figure. The cylinder has weighs 100 N. The
end of the rope is being pulled with the force of = 20 Assu
Quiz 2 Version A
NAMES: Solwlw , gaieslWY
1. The car travels over the hill described by y =
0.0015:r:2 + 15 [ft] at a constant speed of 50 ft/s.
(8.) Determine the velocity and acceleration (in any
coordinate system you want) x :49 F+
(b) Determine the ve
Spring 2016
ME2302 Dynamics
HVV3
1712-39. Determine the velocity of block I) if end A of the
rope is pulled down with a speed of 73.4 = 3 m/s.
Prob. FI2-39 1-1240. Dclcrminc Ihc velocity of block A if end I! of the
rope is pulled down with a speed of 6 mf
ME2302 Dynamics Spring 2015
Exam # 2
March 23, 2016, 5-6:50pm
NAME:
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ME2302 Dynamics Spring 2015
Exam # 1
February 15, 2016, 5-6z50pm
Please circle your instructor:
Han MWF McDonough MWF 10AM
Han TH McDonough MWF 3PM
1. Do not open until you are told so.
2. This exam is closed book and closed notes. An equation sheet will
Spring 2016
ME2302 Dynamics
HWl Solution
l25. 'lhe velocity of a particle traveling in a straight line
is given by n = (6: - 3:3) m/s. where I is in seconds. It s = 0
when t = 0. determine the particle's deceleration and
position when I = 3 is. W the part
sz $9M Hm. EM)
Spring 2016
.\[E2302 Dynamics
I'I\VQ Solution
1273. The water sprinkler. positioned at the base ofa hill.
releases a stream of water with a velocity of l5 ft/s as
shown. Determine the puint litx. y) where the water strikes
the ground on the
Dynamics Homework 10
2 May 2014
Zachary Estlack , Gage Waldo, jay Pecheux
#1 Page 724
cons ma 1, mb 3, l 2, g 9.81;
1
1
1
Solve0 ma g l ma va2 mb g l mb vb2 , va 2 vb, va, vb .
2
2
2
cons Last
va 3.34835, vb 1.67417
#9 Page 715
cons k 5000, m 10, k .17, 2