A cylinder (from Greek κύλινδρος – kulindros, "roller", "tumbler") has traditionally been a three-dimensional solid, one of the most basic of curvilinear geometric shapes. It is the idealized version of a solid physical tin can having lids on top and bottom.
This traditional view is still used in elementary treatments of geometry, but the advanced mathematical viewpoint has shifted to the infinite curvilinear surface and this is how a cylinder is now defined in various modern branches of geometry and topology.
The shift in the basic meaning (solid versus surface) has created some ambiguity with terminology. It is generally hoped that context makes the meaning clear. Both points of view are typically presented and distinguished by referring to solid cylinders and cylindrical surfaces, but in the literature the unadorned term cylinder could refer to either of these or to an even more specialized object, the right circular cylinder.
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Q: Why is 2.4-L referred to as the maximum volume instead of the displacement volume in Example 9-60?
note: maximum volume = V1. displacement volume=V1-V2
reference：
displacement volume
9-60
9-153
9-164
9-167
Why did he give torque number 4 zero?
It's not touching the axis of rotation and the angle 90 degrees between them.
I get this:
##\tau## = 1 - 0.8 - 0.4 + 0.4 = 0.2 (C.C.W)
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Well, it's been nearly 10 years since my last post, and it's been about that long since I've thought about ideal gases, so here we go :smile:.
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##E_{in} = E_{out} - E_{ind}##
##E_{ind} = E_{out} - E_{in}##
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a=2/3*g*sin(25*(pi/180))=>a=2.8507 m/s^2
vf=vi+at=>vf=0+2.8507*1.50=>vf=4.2760 m/s
So the translational motion of the cylinder is 4.2760 m/s.
4.2760=R*w
w=134.04 rad/s
PE=mgh=>PE=215*9.8*.108=>PE=227.56 J
PE = KE at the end of the roll because of energy conservation.
227.56 =...
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Attempt at a Solution:
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A 5.0- cm -diameter cylinder floats in water. How much work must be done to push the cylinder 11 cm deeper into the water?
F =Aρgx
x being the...
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So now...