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In physics, angular velocity or rotational velocity (
ω
{\displaystyle {\boldsymbol {\omega }}}
or
Ω
{\displaystyle {\boldsymbol {\Omega }}}
), also known as angular frequency vector, is a vector measure of rotation rate, that refers to how fast an object rotates or revolves relative to another point, i.e. how fast the angular position or orientation of an object changes with time.
There are two types of angular velocity. Orbital angular velocity refers to how fast a point object revolves about a fixed origin, i.e. the time rate of change of its angular position relative to the origin. Spin angular velocity refers to how fast a rigid body rotates with respect to its center of rotation and is independent of the choice of origin, in contrast to orbital angular velocity.
In general, angular velocity has dimension of angle per unit time (angle replacing distance from linear velocity with time in common). The SI unit of angular velocity is radians per second, with the radian being a dimensionless quantity, thus the SI units of angular velocity may be listed as s−1. Angular velocity is usually represented by the symbol omega (ω, sometimes Ω). By convention, positive angular velocity indicates counter-clockwise rotation, while negative is clockwise.
For example, a geostationary satellite completes one orbit per day above the equator, or 360 degrees per 24 hours, and has angular velocity ω = (360°)/(24 h) = 15°/h, or (2π rad)/(24 h) ≈ 0.26 rad/h. If angle is measured in radians, the linear velocity is the radius times the angular velocity,
v
=
r
ω
{\displaystyle v=r\omega }
. With orbital radius 42,000 km from the earth's center, the satellite's speed through space is thus v = 42,000 km × 0.26/h ≈ 11,000 km/h. The angular velocity is positive since the satellite travels eastward with the Earth's rotation (counter-clockwise from above the north pole.)
Angular velocity is a pseudovector, with its magnitude measuring the angular speed, the rate at which an object rotates or revolves, and its direction pointing perpendicular to the instantaneous plane of rotation or angular displacement. The orientation of angular velocity is conventionally specified by the right-hand rule.
If the crawling insect were stationary at a certain instant of time, then it would have the same angular velocity as that of disk, which is w in a clockwise direction. But now it's velocity at any instant is the vector sum of velocity due to rotation and the velocity it crawls at. My attempt is...
53 rpm equals 5.55 rad/sec
multiply 5.55 by 2pi to get angular velocity of 34.8717
Is the answer 34.8717?
What should I have done to more accurately solve the problem with a better understanding?
What other steps should I take when solving similar problems?
and lastly,
Is the mass relevant...
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So, what is the justification of the first formula [ω=√(C/I)]? I know how to derive simple harmonic equations, this one as I guess is probably similar? But I cannot connect as to how C is used exactly.
And the second formula [ω'=ωβ], I...
My solutions (attempts) :
a> w=v/r | r=6.35x10^6m | therefore V=7.04x10^-5 m/s
b> speed of rotation is faster at the equator than the pole as w=v/r. As w remains constant, as r increases towards the pole V has to decrease.
c> F = W - R
d> Stuck here. I presume that I have to use the equation...
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(i) v=(2cost)i - (2sint)j -(1/2)k
(ii)2.06m/s
(iii)2m/s^2 horizontally towards the vertical axis, making an angle of pi/4 with both the I and j axes.
My solution is making an analogy of the ##\text{Relevant equations}## as shown above, starting from the equation ##\vec \omega = \frac{1}{2} \vec \nabla \times \vec v##.
We have ##\vec B = \vec \nabla \times \vec A = \frac{1}{2} \vec \nabla \times 2\vec A \Rightarrow 2\vec A = \vec B \times...
Further given:
- every beam is infinite stiff
- pulleys are massless
- cables don't stretch, no slip, and frictionless.
-Every pulley has a diameter D except pulley Q. Pulley Q has diameter 0.5*D
So what I don't understand is how to calculate/determine the velocity at R and S. Can someone help...
A single pair of points will be in contact between P and Q. The frictional force will try to make the velocity of these points equal.
Say the final angular velocity of Q is ωq.
The velocity of points in contact can never be equal because of difference in directions of ωq and ωp. If I break...
θ=90°= π /2 so the instantaneous angular velocity dθ/dt= lim∆ t -> 0 (θ(t + ∆ t)-θ(t))/(∆ t)
When I calculate it out it is π /2 radians per second. Is this correct?
ω(10)=(1.3)∗(1.0−e^(−10/22) )= 0.475 rad/s
0.475 rad/s=0 +α(10second)
α=0.0475 rad/s^2
∫ω(t)=Θ =1.3t + 28.6e^(-t/22) | (t=10s, t=0)
total angle by which the wheel rotates over this period of t=10 seconds = 2.55 rad
Θ= 2(pi)(8m)= 1.3t + 28.6e^(-t/22)
0=1.3t + 28.6e^(-t/22) - 2(pi)(8m)
t=34...
A bicycle wheel rolls at a constant speed along a circular path on a horizontal surface. The wheel has a constant angle of inclination to the vertical direction and the distance from its center of mass G to the fixed Z axis is R. Determine the relationship between the angular velocity w1 around...
It seems to me that this transition implies going from kinetic friction to static friction. The kinetic friction would apply a torque that would slow down the object's angular velocity, but I'm not sure how this connects to the object suddenly transitioning into rotating without slipping.
think of a engine. it has a flywheel and a rod connected to it. a string had been totally wrapped around the rod and a mass is hanged from the very end of the rod. the system is in equilibrium. but as the engine starts to rotate, the rod with rotate as well and cause the hanged object to go...
Homework Statement
A ball A is rotating on a table with an angular velocity ω about its vertical axis. An identical ball B collides with the ball A elastically. After collision the ball A starts sliding over the table. The coefficient of friction is µ. Find:
1) the angle α between the angular...
Homework Statement
Homework Equations
##v=\omega r##
The Attempt at a Solution
So, using the equation, one can work out the velocity at point ##B##.
##v_B=\omega_{AB} \cdot r_B##
##v_B=6(0.4)=2.4~ ms^{-1}##
I then tried working out the angular velocity at point ##C## using the...
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AB is a rod of length 10 m that is leaning against the wall. Given variables are shown in the diagram. Find angular velocity of A wrt B.
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I have a doubt in one step that I will highlight in "The attempt at a solution" part.
Homework Equations...
I have seen so many questions and confusion about the difference between angular velocity/speed and angular frequency. Usually, answers were always given in the context of uniform circular motion (angular speed) and simple harmonic oscillation (angular frequency), but this is what causes the...
From a wiki's vis-viva equation page, it is given that the specific angular momentum h is also equal to the following:
h = wr^2 = ab * n
How can ab * n be derived to be equal to the angular momentum using elliptical orbit energy/momentum/other equations without having to use calculus or...
Homework Statement
Why do the left wheels of a car rise when it takes a sharp left turn (that is it lurches towards the right)?
Homework Equations
$$a_c= V^2/R$$
The Attempt at a Solution
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Homework Statement
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Hi! I want to start solving problems from the text
'Orbital Mechanics for Engineering students' by Curtis 2nd edition.
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Homework Statement
2.1 Two particles of identical mass m are acted on only by the gravitational force
of one upon the other. If the distance d...
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I am very confused about angular velocity ω and why its used in simple harmonic motion. ω is described as θ/τ but when it comes to masses on springs, there is no angle - it is zero. Angular velocity comes from circular motion but the motion of SHM is not circular. My confusion is even greater...
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