|Jul22-12, 12:12 PM||#1|
Clarification regarding rolling cylinder with CG slightly above
Can any one please clarify the following?
Let there by a rolling cylinder on an inclined plane. Let the solid cylinder(with Center O) on the inclined plane has Center of gravity at a distance 'c' slightly above O. If the cylinder is displaced slightly through an angle θ then
[Let N = normal reaction; F= Rolling friction]
1. What is the work done by rolling friction F
I think, W1 = F. c Sinθ. ---- Can you tell am i correct here?
2. What is the work done by Normal Reaction?
I think it is W2 = R. (c - c Cosθ) ; --- Can you tell me if i am correct here? I know that the work done by normal reaction for a cylinder with center O as zero !
|Jul23-12, 05:31 AM||#2|
Can any one have a look at this?
|Jul24-12, 04:36 AM||#3|
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