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Rotational Dynamics: What makes it spin ?
Today
FORA RIGID BODY ROTATING ABOUT A FIXED AXIS
Ch. 9 Dynamics of Rotational Motion:
I
Kinetic Energy of Rotation
Rotation about a Moving Axis
Rolling Objects
Rigid Objects in Equilibrium
Stability and Balance
Goals for Chapter 8
Chapter 8
To study angular velocity and angular
acceleration.
To examine rotation with constant angular
acceleration.
To understand the relationship between linear
and angular quantities.
To determine the kinetic energy of rotation
Positive, Negative, and Zero Work
Today
W (F cos )x
Work - (Kinetic) Energy Theorem
Gravitational Potential Energy
Conservative vs. Non-Conservative
Forces
Conservation of Mechanical Energy
Text Reference:
Chapter 6.2 - 6.5
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Reminder: Conservation of Mechanical Energy
Ch 7 Momentum
Impulse-Momentum Theorem
Conservation of Momentum
Inelastic and Elastic Collisions
Center of Mass
Ch 8 Rotational Motion
Rotational Kinematcs
Relationship between and Linear and Angular Qua
Review example: Mountain climber
Today
A mountain climber, in the process of crossing between two cliffs by a
rope, pauses to rest. She weighs 571 N. As the drawing shows, she is
closer to the left cliff than to the right cliff, with the result that the
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Review example: Extreme skier
An extreme skier, starting from rest, coasts down a mountain slope
that makes an angle of 25.0 with the horizontal. The coefficient of
kinetic friction between her skis and the snow is 0.200. She coasts
down a distance of 11.
Today
Impulse
J F t
Momentum
p mv
Conservation of momentum
Inelastic and elastic collisions
Center of mass
Text Reference:
Impulse-Momentum Theorem
J p F t
Conservation
of Momentum
Pf Pi
Chapter 7.3 - 7.5
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Rotational Dynamics: What makes it spin ?
Today
NET I
Ch. 10 Dynamics of Rotational Motion:
Torque and Angular Acceleration
Moment of Inertia
This
is the rotational analogue of FNET = ma
Torque is the rotational analogue of force:
The amount of twis
Equations of Kinematics in One Dimension
Motion in two dimensions
equations of kinematics in two dimesions
projectile motion
For constant acceleration
we find:
Position
x
1
x x0 v0t at 2
2
Velocity
x
v lim
t 0 t
t
v
v v 0 at
Acceleration
v
a lim
t 0 t
a
Vectors
B
C
A
A vector quantity is a quantity that has
both a magnitude and a direction
Some physical quantities that are vector quantities
are displacement, velocity, acceleration, and force.
A vector is
defined by its
magnitude and
direction,
regardless
Goals for Chapter 2
Today
x
Motion along a straight line
t
v
motion with constant acceleration
a
Kinematics
describes the movement of an object
Text Reference:
t
t
Become comfortable with displacement,
velocity, and acceleration.
Explore motions at co
Constant-Acceleration
Equations of Motion in
Two-Dimensions
Motion in two dimensions
Equations of kinematics in two dimesions
Relative velocity
vx = v0x + axt
x = x0 + v0xt + ( )ax t2
Equations for Projectile
Motion (assuming that
ax = 0, ay = -g)
vx = v0
Fma
Chapter 4
Newtons Second Law
What is a force?
Forces and Newtons Laws of Motion
A Force is a push or a pull.
A Force has magnitude & direction VECTOR !
Adding forces is like adding vectors.
Today .
Newtons laws
Mass and weight
Forces;
Normal
Kinematics in one dimension
Today
For constant acceleration
Position
1-dim motion: Freely falling bodies
1
x x0 v0t at 2
2
x
Velocity
Kinematics in two dimensions
displacement, velocity
x
v lim
t 0 t
t
v
Acceleration
v
a lim
t 0 t
v v 0 at
t
a
a const
Example: Tethered blocks - add one more !
Today
More applications of Newtons laws
Newtons law of gravitation
T1
T2
M3g
Ch. 5 Dynamics of circular motion
T1 M 1a
Uniform circular motion
Centripetal accleration
Centripetal force
Curves
Add all three
College Physics I
Today
Prof. Alfons Schulte
Department of Physics, UCF Office: PS 411
e-mail: Schulte@ucf.edu
Measurement
Precision and Significant Figures
Trigonometry and Vectors
Trigonometry
Vectors and Vector Addition
Office hours:
Mon, Wed 10:0
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Lab Report Object and Image Distances for a Thin Lens
By Cody Carroll and Michael Schulte
Objective
The objective of this experiment is to test and find out what the relationship between an
objects distance and the image distance of a thin convex lens. Th
Lab Report Conservation of Energy of a Simple Pendulum
By Cody Carroll and Michael Schulte
Objective
When a pendulum swings, potential energy is transformed into kinetic energy, and then back again to
potential energy as the speed and elevation of the pen
Lab Report Introduction to Measurement
By Cody Carroll and Michael Schulte
Objective
During this experiment we will be dealing with different cylinders and how the period is affected
by the length of the string, mass of the cylinder, and the amplitude whe
Homework #2 Waves
1. Suppose that a water wave coming into a dock has a velocity of 1.5 m/s and a wavelength
of 2 m. With what frequency does the wave hit the dock?
Answer:
f = v/ = (1.5 m/s)/(2 m) = 0.75/s = 0.75 Hz
2. How many times per minute does a bo