We have 2 forces affecting the rope: 1. Gravitational force of the body ##=mg## and 2. Force of air = Force of drag= ##F_{AIR}##.
The length of the rope is shortening with the velocity ##v_k##.
So to figure out the angle ##\theta## I wrote:
##R##= force of rope
##R_x = F_{AIR}##
##R_y = mg##...
My first question is actually, what happens when any two objects get near each other? This question is often phrased as "Why can't you really touch anything?" or "Why can't you walk through walls?" I have heard two answers: 1. the repulsion between electrons 2. the Pauli exclusion principle...
Can anyone please help me with the following?
Three forces which act along the sides AB, BC and CD of a regular hexagon ABCDEF of side 2a, have a resultant which acts along DF. When a couple of 4Pa in the sense CBA is added in the plane of the hexagon, the resultant acts along CA. Find the...
From this question, I do not understand why there are three forces exerted at Point C (2 of it being the tension by weight A and the other is the tension by weight B) I understand that there is tension by the two weights but why is there 2 forces exerted by weight A at point C?
From the...
For the official answer, I would appreciate an explanation as to why there's a division by 2 in the constraint equation for the total length of the strings, and why the way I wrote my constraint equation is incorrect.
I attached my diagram/work done so far. I believe that as long as the angular velocity is always less than sqrt(2g), the object must fall downwards when it reaches the top of the drum wall. Also, the angular velocity cannot be greater than sqrt(2g), as ω=sqrt((g/r)cosθ) at all times, and can...
$$ \frac{62 - .4mg + (.2) (m_{net} g)}{m} = a(t)$$
And, then I put ths into
$$S=\frac{1}{2} at^2$$
But, my answer is not quite coming with what's in the options?
So, my main confusions are,
SHould the bottom most surface exert a force on the top most block, also where am I making mistakes...
So, for this question first I did a free body diagram in the perpendicular x-y axes, and, I got some equations with the normals, but the answer is independent of normal forces. So, I'm not sure how to eliminate the two normals. Further I find it quite weird that big block-A doesn't come into the...
So there's something I'm missing when I think of Newton's 3rd law of motion.
If all forces between two objects exist in equal magnitude and opposite direction, how is it that, for example, when I'm driving my car, the car "runs through" all the air molecules, and they seemingly don't exert the...
Summary: Hello; i am trying to work my way thru some motor sizing calculations on a semi-simple example so that i can more easily do it in the future. Could i get some guidance?
Hello:
I am trying to develop a good system for sizing motors (generally steppers). In the past i just guesstimated...
W and Z bosons, gluons, and photons are all gauge bosons that have been found. Since the graviton can be connnected to atoms and mass in certain ways, I think that CERN may eventually prove the graviton(if real) through smashing atoms that, supposedly, have a graviton orbiting them. Could...
I am trying to solve accelerations of a cart on these different slopes. I don't understand how it is possible without knowing the coefficient of friction, but my teacher says it is (very cryptically I might add). Can anyone help me understand this? Thanks.
The question doesn't specify whether we're talking about translation or rotational equilibrium, so I suppose it's both:
In order for the body to have translational equilibrium:
60 N + F2 = 0
F2 = -60N
However, in order to have rotational equilibrium:
60 N * 3m + F2 *8 m = 0
60 N * 3m - 60...
$$\sum F_x = T - w_x - f_k = ma_x $$
$$ T = mg\sin(\theta) + mg\cos(\theta)\mu_k + ma_x$$
$$ T = (9.8 \frac{m}{s^2}) \cdot (\sin(41^{\circ}) + \cos(41^{\circ})) + (75kg)\cdot(0.25\frac{m}{s^2}) $$
$$T = 672.91 N $$
Having found the tension force, I can find the work done by the person who's...
So, I'm working on calculating the tension force in vertical circles-and I understand how to calculate the tension force at different points in the vertical circle (via vector sums).
But what I don't really understand is how to interpret this information.
What can I further do with these...
I'm trying to write up some theory for this experiment I'm carrying out. I'll be changing the radius of the hole at the bottom of the cylinder, and I think the time taken for the cylinder to completely submerge is inversely proportional to the size of the hole. Problem is that I'm stuck at...
Statement: My friend represented this sentence "Two forces have magnitude of 3N and 5N, and have an angle of 60 between them" into this diagram:
But why didn't he represent like this?:
Hi,
A solution contains some ions (charged particles). We are only interested in my exemple to positive ions.
It is assumed that these ions acquired some mobility under a concentration gradient. Their direction is A to B.
Then these ions encounter/cross an electric field which is oriented from B...
I started off by finding when Fg=Fx:
(72)(x)=(31)(9.8)
x=4.2193m
After this I'm stuck and have a few things I'm confused about:
When the penguin's jumping, is there elastic energy? (because the rope's getting compressed? Or maybe not). Also, I know you can use energy conservation, but...
Homework Statement
A wedge with face inclined at an angle θ to the horizontal is fixed to a rotating turntable. A block of mass m rests on the inclined plane and the coefficient of static friction between the block and the wedge is µ. The block is to remain at position R from the centre of...
The question asks to calculate the determine the projection of the resultant force of F1 and F2 onto b-axis. However instead, the solution is a projection of F1 on b axis plus F2. Shouldn't the solution involve the projection of R which is 163.4 on to be axis? and for answering that, don't we...
So I need to find equations for the force required to tip over a cylindrical object. This is fairly straight forward in the case when the force is applied above the centre of mass, by taking moments about the pivot corner. However, in the case where the force is applied below the centre of mass...
Homework Statement
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The total mass of a space shuttle and its launch vehicle is
M=2000t.
a) What must be the minimum size of the thrust force, to make the rocket move?
b) The actual thrust of the rocket is F=30MN. What is its acceleration in the beginning?
c) Assume that a mass of a...
Homework Statement
A mass M1 is sliding across a table with coefficient of kinetic friction μk. A string is tied to this mass and runs over a pulley, drops vertically and is tied to another mass M2 which is falling. The pulley is connected to the table by a support. The pulley is a solid...