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1/ First case
A wheel with a mass ##m## and a radius ##r## moves in horizontal translation and rotates around itself. The wheel is just above the ground, doesn't touch it. The wheel rotates CW if the wheel moves in translation to the right. The ground is horizontal and there is no...
Like AT asked I post a new thread because it is a different example, here there is no friction and I use a needle and an elastic to have the forces.
The circle moves in horizontal translation, the circle doesn't rotate around itself, the red wall rotates around A0, and A0 is fixed to the...
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I cannot find the good orientation of the vector of friction. A circle moves in translation to the right and in the same time the wall rotates around A0. A0 is fixed to the ground. There is always the...
Homework Statement
We have an Atwood machine like the picture below. one side (left) is a bucket full of water which has a hole on the bottom and the water is flowing with rate ##dm/dt = \alpha = const##. The initial mass of bucket with the water is ##m_0##. On the other side (right) we have a...
Homework Statement
Whats is the final speed of the second box(mass = 1kg) when the first one (mass = 5 kg) has descended a distance equal to 0.6 meters in the rough ramp inclined 60° respect the x axis. Consider the spring is compressed a length x = 0.2 meters. The second box is tied to the...
Homework Statement
How could I get the distance traveled by a vehicle having only its constant acceleration as data?
Homework Equations
I know that the acceleration is the derivative of the velocity and the velocity is the derivative of the position.
The Attempt at a Solution
I don't know how...
I understand for linear momentum the measure of the dificulty to take a body to the rest. But when I do the next exercises, I find that it requires less force for one body compared to the other with same linear momentum.
Can someone explain me what to understand in an intuitive way what to...