Fundamental Equations of Statics
Cartesian Vector
Equilibrium
Particle
A = Axi + Ay j + Azk
Magnitude
Fx = 0, Fy = 0, Fz = 0
A = 2Ax2 + Ay2 + A 2z
Rigid Body-Two Dimensions
Directions
Fx = 0, Fy = 0, MO = 0
Ay
Az
Ax
A
=
i +
j +
k
A
A
A
A
= cos ai + cos bj
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MAE 212 Engineering Mechanics Spring 2017
Homework A08
1. Two couples act on the frame. If
= 6 ft, determine the resultant couple moment.
2. Read sections 4.7 and 4.8 before doing this problem. Also, review example problems 4.17 4.20.
Replace the three fo
MAE 212 Engineering Mechanics Spring 2017
Homework A05
Determine the greatest force F that can be applied to the ring if each cable can support a maximum force of
1000lb.
MAE 212 Engineering Mechanics Spring 2017
Homework A03
(a) Determine the magnitude of the projected component of the 5 kN force acting along the axis BC of the
pipe.
(b) Determine the angle between BA and BC.
Three forces act on the bracket. Determine the magnitude and direction 6 of Fl so that the resultant force is
directed along the positive x' axis and has a magnitude of 700N.
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MAE 212 Engineering Mechanics Spring 2017
Homework A10
Determine the magnitude and direction of the minimum force P needed to pull the 75-kg roller over the
smooth step.
MAE 212 Engineering Mechanics Spring 2017
Homework A09
Determine the tension in the cable and the horizontal and vertical components of reaction of the pin A. The
pulley at D is frictionless and the cylinder weighs 100lb.
MAE 212 Engineering Mechanics Spring 2017
Homework A04
Determine the unstretched length of spring AC if a force = 100lb causes the angle = 50 for equilibrium.
Cord AB is 3ft long. Take = 60lb/ft.
PHYS 181 Physics
Syllabus
Instructor and Class Information
Adham, Souccar
Instructor Name
asoucar@schoolcraft.edu
Email
F460
Office Location
Meeting Times
F 12:00 P.M - 4:00P.M
S 9:00 AM-12:30 PM
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Meeting
Location
Course Information
Course Descriptio
Stephen Tzau
4-13-16
PHYS 181
Section#115114
Free Fall
Intro
The purpose of this lab is to prove that the g (gravitational acceleration) is constant on the
Earths surface. According to Newtons law of Universal gravitation, the formula is mg= (GmM e)/
(Re+
Sarah Kovie, Stephen Tzau, Anthony
Zuccarini
February 23, 2016
Section #115114
Range of Projectile experiment
Procedure
(angl
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Distan
ce
Vi(x)
30
125 cm
(or
1.25
m)
4.94
m/s
90
246 cm
(or
2.46
N/A
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a
t(s Vi(y
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2.47m
/s
9.8m/s
^2
N/A
9.8m
(angle
)
90
30
Distance
(calculated
from
teacher)
125 cm (or
1.25 m)
246 cm (or
2.46 m)
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Vf(
A(m/s^2)
N/A
N/A
-9.8m/s^2
t
Vi(y)
Vf(y)
0m/s
4.28m/s
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1.
Sarah Kovie, Stephen Tzau, Tony Zuccarini
February 23, 2016
Section #115114
Range of Projectile
Sarah Kovie
Stephen Tzau
Anthony Zuccarini
March 26, 2016
Physics 181
Lab 2: Force
Introduction
The purpose of this lab is to prove that when there is a force,
there a mass. The greater the mass (of the object being
accelerated) the greater the
Amount of
Stephen Tzau
4-13-16
PHYS 181
Section#115114
Free Fall
Intro
The purpose of this lab is to prove that the g (gravitational acceleration) is constant on the
Earths surface. According to Newtons law of Universal gravitation, the formula is mg=(GmM e)/
(Re+h
Lab about Centripital and centifrugal force
Purpose: To prove that centripetal and centrifugal force exists.
Materials: string, cup, weight
Equations: f=mv2 /r, v=wr
Procedure
1. Attach a 20g or 50g weight to piece of string and
secondary weight on other.
TALLER DE DINAMICA DE CUERPO RGIDO
1.
Un poste delgado uniforme de 15.0 &' y 1.75 ) de longitud se mantiene vertical mediante un cable y tiene unidos una
masa de 5.0 &' (como se indica en la figura 1) y un pivote en su extremo inferior. La cuerda unida a
The Ideal Gas Law
&
First Law of Thermodynamics
Chapter 18:
Section: 18.5
Chapter 19
Ideal Gas Law
Idealized state for all gas that is at sufficiently low enough density
that molecules do not interact with one another in such a way that
there is no energy
Temperature and The Zeroth Law
Chapter 18:
Sections: 18.1 18.2
Structure of Matter
Solid: Definite Shape and Definite Volume
- molecular motion of molecules about fixed positions
Liquid:No Definite Shape but Definite Volume
- molecular motion is not fixed
Capacitors
Chapter 25
What is a capacitor?
What is capacitance and how is it
calculated?
Energy stored by a capacitor.
Capacitor configurations in circuits.
Capacitors
A device used to store charge.
Inside a Capacitor
- Two parallel plates separated by a
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PHYS 212
There are 8 problems on this exam with a total of 100 points.
This exam is closed notes, closed book, closed Internet, and must be done individually.
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1. Arr-electron that has a velocity with x component 2.3 x 106 m/s and y component 4.3 X 106 m/s
moves through a uniform magnetic eld with x component 0.042 T and y component -0.16 T.
(21) Find the magnitude and direction of the magnetic force on the elec
Exam 1
PHYS 212
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Date:
Directions:
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This exam is closed notes, closed book, closed Internet, and must be done individually.
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Electromagnetic Radiation
&
Optics
Electromagnetic Radiation:
A self propagating energy
from the disturbance of a
changing coupled electric field
and magnetic field that travels as
both a wave and a particle
without the need of a medium.
Bender Dazed and
Magnetism
Chapter/Sections:
28.1, 28.6, 28.7, 28.8
29.1, 29.2, 29.3, 29.4
30.1, 30.4, 30.5
Keep in mind:
Electric force and the Magnetic force are manifestations of the
Electromagnetic force.
History
600 B.C. Magnesia, Greece
Naturally occurring mineral w
KINEMAT
ICS
Uniform Circular
Motion
CIRCLES
Circle- A two dimensional symmetrical polygon
with no vertices. Area = r 2
Sphere- A three dimensional symmetrical
polygon
with no vertices. Volume =
(4/3)r3
Circular- Of, pertaining to, or containing circles.
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Lunar Phase Simulator
Directions: Use the Lunar Phase Simulator to answer the questions that follow. The URL for the
simulator is below.
http:/astro.unl.edu/naap/lps/animations/lps.swf
1. The following sketches of the moons appearance
Lab 5: Draw the Solar System
Hand-drawing the solar system will give you a real appreciation of the relative sizes and distances
between the Sun and planets. A good challenge here is the fact that you will need to use two
different scales: one for distanc