What is Force components: Definition and 35 Discussions
The Joint Force Air Component Headquarters (JFACHQ) is the United Kingdom's deployable air command and control unit. The JFACHQ is run by the Royal Air Force with representation from the other services.The JFACHQ has members from the operations and operations support branches of the RAF to both plan and execute the air war as well as support the deployed air components from A1 to A9.
The unit is based at RAF High Wycombe. It can deploy worldwide at short notice to run an air campaign.
The constituent parts of the JFAC are broken down according to the Continental staff system:
A1 – PANDA (Personnel and administration)
A2 – RAF Intelligence
A3 – Air operations (both plans and current operations)
A4 – Air logistics
A5 – Air strategy and contingency planning
A6 – Air CIS (Communication and Information Systems)
A7 – Air training
A8 – Finance and budgets
A9 – POLAD (Political advice) and LEGAD (Legal adviser)
Determine the amount and type (tensile or compressive) of the spring force so that the resulting force is a vertical force. Also get the resultant force.
i find 60N (compressive)
and resultant forces is 10800
is that correct?
x component of ##F_3##
##F_{3x}= m a_x- F_{1x}-F_{2x}##
= ##ma\cos 50-F_1\cos(-150)-F_2\cos90##
y component of ##F_3##
##F_{3y}= m a_y-F_{1y}-F_{2y}##
=##ma\sin50-F_1\sin(-150)-F_2\sin90##
And so on…
My question how we can represent it in diagram ##F_1\sin(-150)##. I suppose...
Another user suggested adding the forces in the x and y direction then dividing by 1.4.
Doing this for A) gave me 4.285 which was wrong any suggestions?
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Green forces (X and Y components) are known from CFD software but I need the values of blue components (lift and drag). Of course for zero...
I do not understand why the tan component for a gravity affected by the centrifugal force:
g = Ω^2 * R * sinθ * cosθ
So I tried to draw this: using a "big" X-shaped axis where the / component goes along the main gravity direction while \ points normal to / this direction. Then the centrifugal...
Homework Statement
A box of mass X kg hangs motionless from two ropes, as shown in the diagram. The angle of rope 1 is specified amount of degrees. Choose the box as the system. The x-axis runs to the right, the y-axis runs up, and the z-axis is out of the page.
What is the magnitude of |F2|...
Imagine an aircraft of which the its wing is connected to its landing gear by means of a hinge (joint), and then the gear suddenly gets stuck midway. If, subsequently, the aircraft makes a turn around its longitudinal axis (see picture), it seems to hold true that then the angle between the...
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
B at rest. A moves 7m/s and bump into B. Object A is frictionless. Object B not, coeff of friction = 0.2.
g = 9.8 m/s2
After collision both objects moves together with speed 2 m/s to the...
Homework Statement
Homework Equations
f = Spring's constant * ##\Delta x##
Potential Energy = ##\frac{1}{2} kx^2##
The Attempt at a Solution
I try to find constant of the springs
Fabove + Fbelow - W = 0
k*(0,2 m) + k*(0,2m) - ##\frac{1}{2}## * 9,8 = 0
0,4k = 4,9
k = 12,25 N/m
can I use...
Homework Statement
A Rod of Mass "M" is attached to a two-way hinge on the floor. It is being pulled by a spring (extension spring, so force is pulling the rod to the right, causing it to move clockwise).
The hinge is frictionless.
the rod has a mass of 5kg evenly distributed
the pulling...
Homework Statement
there is a frictinless slope. And there is a box sliding down the slope.
let's say that the slope slides from right, towards the down and left.
object's mass is unknown value m.
angle of the slope is 35deg.
calculate the absolute value of the acceleration that the box has...
City bus estimated at 50,000 lbs is at a stop light and completely stationary. It's on a flat surface. Bus is hit by a 3600 lb car traveling at 45 to 50 mph hits bus from behind. This bus is shoved fforward 3 feet. 275 lb person leaning into frame of bus just above where the impact occurred. How...
Homework Statement
A box of textbooks at unknown mass rests on a loading ramp that makes an angle α = 16o with the horizontal. The coefficient of static friction is 0.30, and kinetic friction is 0.25. Then the box is released. (a) Will it start sliding down the ramp? (a) Find the normal force...
Homework Statement
What is the tension in a pendulum? Is T=mgcos(theta) or is T=mg/(cos(theta)) ?
and is the x component of tension is mgsin(theta) and this is the restoring force?
Homework Equations
Fnet=ma
Fg=mg
The Attempt at a Solution
Maybe it depends on the problem given? But I am...
Homework Statement
Consider the figure below, we need to find the charge on Q_0, both charges Q are negative. It is given that the net charge on Q_A is zero.
The figure of the problem is attached.
The Attempt at a Solution
I understand how to get the solution except for one part. I'm just...
A charge Q is placed at a distance a = 3m and a charge q is placed at a distance b
For what value(s) of b is the x-component of the force maximized?
I know to maximize the force we need to maximize F_Qq = k Qq b/(3^2 + b^2)^{3/2}.
To do this we need to set the first derivative to zero and...
Homework Statement
Four charges of 2*10^-7 are placed on the corners of one face of a cube of 15 cm. A charge of -2 * 10^-7 C is placed at the center of the cube. What is the force on the charge at the center of the cube?
Homework Equations
F = k q_1*q_2/r^2
The Attempt at a Solution...
I have a construction containing two force sensors.
http://postimg.org/image/3zv76lo3b/
The sensors are not able to divide the force into components. If a force is applied that ´tips´ the upper plate, I was wondering if it was then possible to divide the force into horizontal and vertical...
Homework Statement
Find the equation of the horizontal components of two strings tied to a painting at 45 degree angles with the horizontal.Homework Equations
Fnet = 0The Attempt at a Solution
Since the painting is in equilibrium, I found that, in the horizontal direction, Fnet = 0 = S1x -...
Consider the pith balls in the diagram:
Both of them has mass 'm' and charge 'q'. The question asks for the charge on both the pith balls.
The concept is a bit straightforward. But I am confused at the force distribution experienced by the pith balls.
My text tackles the problem with...
Could someone credible please check my work on this one?
Homework Statement
This problem is "pulling a sled up a slope"
All relevant data is in the picture. I wanted to find FP (The force one has to pull to start the sled moving up with slope).
mass = 26.0kg
μs = 0.096
slope of hill = 12...
A roof purlin, supported by a roof rafter must support a 300 lb vertical snow load.
Determine the component of of the snow load as a concentrated load “P” both perpendicular and parallel to the axis of the rafter.
I read that the perpendicular component of the 300lb force can be figured out by...
Homework Statement
Givens:
Mass of Cart = 1156g = 1.156kg
Mass on string = 400g = 0.4kg
Mass on Cart = 1003g = 1.003kg
The weight attached to the pulley generates the applied force.
Homework Equations
Calculate the force applied.
The Attempt at a Solution
Look on the sheet.
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I have here one important abstract question which makes up some perplexity to my understanding. Attached to this post is one pic of F and two new introduced axes ( u and v ) . Let us for instance not consider them as perpendicular to each other. Now, if I...
Homework Statement
There is no variable for it but we know the angel σ, g, the mass of m1 and m2, m2>m1 and the coordinate system must be considered like that. I know the other method which the coordinate system is parallel to the inclined plane's hypotenuse.
Homework Equations
F=m*a...
Homework Statement
Pin C joins members ABC and CDE
Homework Equations
Sum of moments at a point = 0
Sum of vertical forces = 0
Sum of horizontal forces = 0
Weight of triangle acts as a force at its centroid (1/3) its length according to this figure.
The Attempt at a Solution...
I am making an n-body simulator, but I'm stuck. How can I find the components of the Force acting between two bodies such as the Earth and the Sun. I know it's-
F * Cos(theta) and F * Sin(theta) but if I don't know the angle how can I find the components?
I'm using the diagram on this...
Homework Statement
Find the component of the force \vec{F} = 2\hat{i} - 2\hat{j} + \hat{k} in:
a) the direction (\hat{i} + \hat{j} - \hat{k})/\sqrt{3}
b) the direction of the vector 3\hat{i} + 2\hat{j} - 6\hat{k}
Homework Equations
dir \vec{A} = \vec{A}/|\vec{A}|The Attempt at a Solution...
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When drawing the FBD (ex. block on incline), and when you split a force into x and y components, where do you put theta when giving the angle of let's say, the incline? Is there a trick to this? I generally know where to put it (basic trig), but for some reason I can't use trig for some...
Homework Statement
There is a resultant force going towards the positive x-axis at 500 lbf. Force 1 is going 45 degrees above the positive x axis. Force 2 is going 30 degrees below the positive x axis. What are magnitudes of Force 1 and Force 2?
The Attempt at a Solution
I wrote up...
Consider the motion of an object on the xy-plane. Show that the force whose x and y- components are respectivley Fx= (3N/m)y and Fy= 0 is not conservative.
Homework Statement
I need to find the component of W (the 400N force) that is parallel to the slide as in the attached picture. As you can see there is a 24 degree angle between the surface and ground.Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
I should be using simple trigonometry. The...
Homework Statement
a box weighing 388.5 N on an inclined plane that makes a 36.1 degree angle with the horizontal.
compute the component of the gravatational force on the inclined plane in N
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
would you find the gravatiational...
I am having a problem with this question. I can't figure out how to approach it.
A solid sphere of mass m and radius r rolls without slipping along the track. it starts from rest with the lowest point of the sphere at height h above the bottom of the loop of radius R, much larger than r...