The volumetric heat capacity of a material is the heat capacity of a sample of the substance divided by the volume of the sample. Informally, it is the amount of energy that must be added, in the form of heat, to one unit of volume of the material in order to cause an increase of one unit in its temperature. The SI unit of volumetric heat capacity is joule per kelvin per cubic meter, J⋅K−1⋅m−3.
The volumetric heat capacity can also be expressed as the specific heat capacity (heat capacity per unit of mass, in J⋅K−1⋅kg−1) times the density of the substance (in kg/L, or g/mL).This quantity may be convenient for materials that are commonly measured by volume rather than mass, as is often the case in engineering and other technical disciplines. The volumetric heat capacity often varies with temperature, and is different for each state of matter. While the substance is undergoing a phase transition, such as melting or boiling, its volumetric heat capacity is technically infinite, because the heat goes into changing its state rather than raising its temperature.
The volumetric heat capacity of a substance, especially a gas, may be significantly higher when it is allowed to expand as it is heated (volumetric heat capacity at constant pressure) than when is heated in a closed vessel that prevents expansion (volumetric heat capacity at constant volume).
If the amount of substance is taken to be the number of moles in the sample (as is sometimes done in chemistry), one gets the molar heat capacity (whose SI unit is joule per kelvin per mole, J⋅K−1⋅mol−1).
I don't know if the value for distance between protons given in the homework is right (##d = 74.14 pm##).
Indeed, on the following link : https://brainly.in/question/7147660 , they take a distance equal to ##d = 4\times10^{-10} m##.
In all cases, the same formula is applied ...
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known
See attachment , it only gives me length of rod and it's mass and radius of sphere and its mass and the place of the axis
Homework Equations
I=mr^2
The Attempt at a Solution
I tried to get the moment of intertia of rod by integration from...
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I recently came across the term "virtual inertia" when reading about photovoltaics and power converters (DC/DC, DC/AC etc.). Article: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?arnumber=6953370, not sure if people are able to view the article, I have access via university library...
Just curious, explanation if youre going to answer please!
2 horizontal disks stacked on one another spinning at constant v, (about a frictionless axis perpendicular to their center), both have mass.
Okay, so let's say its possible to instantaneously remove the top disk. So would that make...
Homework Statement
Find lx and ly.
The Attempt at a Solution
So after countless studying of this topic, and no notes from my professor to help, I thought I had the process figured out. But this initial image is throwing me off a bit.
Here's what I believe to be the right process for these...
The question: Consider two masses of 0.1 gm each, connected by a rigid rod of length 0.5 cm, rotating about their center of mass with an angular frequency of 800 rad/s. a.) What is the value of l corresponding to this situation? b.) What is the energy difference between adjacent l-values for the...
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Homework Statement
Determine the moment of inertia of the area about the y axis.
The curve is represented by y2=2x, and the shaded...
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I have the following problem in my hands, which I don't know how exactly to address.
Let's assume that from any CAD(Solidworks, Catia), I obtain the inertia tensor of my model (impossible to calculate by hand btw).
I_full=[Ixx Ixy Ixz
Ixy Iyy Iyz
Ixz Iyz Izz]
I...
Hi all, I just have a troublesome time wrapping my head around the concept of moment of inertia of a cylinder inside a cylinder. For example, in the attached figure
The moment of inertia of the cylinder with radius 'r' around the point o, according to my understanding should be
I_o = I_s+...
The mass of the disc is M and the radius is R. The problem states:
A disc completes 44 revolutions as it slows from an angular speed of 1.5 rad/sec to a complete stop.
1)W/ acceleration constant, what times is required for it to come to rest?
2) what is the angular acceleration...
Homework Statement
The area moment of inertia about the dashed axis is what?
Homework Equations
Paralell Axis theorem
The Attempt at a Solution
(1/12)bh³ + (1/12)hb³ + bh(h/2 + b/2)²
I don't understand how I am wrong
Homework Statement
An object is made from 2 solid disks: m1 = 23 kg, m2 = 39kg, and r1 = 17cm, and r2 = 33cm. The disks are connected by a thin rod of M = 11kg, L = 67cm. The object is held in a horizontal position and then let go. The object is free to rotate about a pivot through centre of...
Simple question but I've never been through the proofs to know what I'm plugging into.
Are these components of the cuboid and can they just be added together for the total moment of inertia?
Thanks!
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Four rockets attached to a (wheel) space station exert a force of 65.5N to rotate it . The space station's angular velocity is increased at a constant acceleration of 3.63 x 10-3 rads-2. Each rocket is 11.2m away from the centre. Calculate the rotational inertia of the...
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Homework Statement
A chain rotates fast. Observation: the chain gets into a horizontal position. Why?
Homework Equations
L=I \omega E= \frac 1 2 I \omega² E=\frac 1 2 \frac {L²} I
The Attempt at a Solution
Well, I have two equations for the energy. I know that I...
Homework Statement
A W figure.
each of the 4 arms of the W has mass M, length L, and are at right angles.
axis is in the plane of W, passing through the middle, vertically.
Homework Equations
i used the result I=M(L sinθ)²/3 for a rod inclined at angle θ with the axis, and axis...
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I am struggling to find forumula for Moment of Inertia for corrugated hollow pipes somewhat as shown in the picture.
Main Pipe is made of Solid wall construction over which smaller diameter hollow plastic pipe is spairally welded.
Any approximate calculations will also help. Thanks...
Homework Statement
having some major derp problems. I can't seem to remember how to find moment of inertia about the COM of and object or even finding the COM for that matter.
I need it to solve a Euler Lagrange problem
Can someone give me an idea on the integrals to use and in what...
Homework Statement
i've attched a picture of the wheel, which need to calculate moment of intertia with respect to 8 rods.
i've tried to use stiener rule but it's not getting the answer,
moment of wheel is (m1*r^2)/2
moment of rod is (m2*r^2/3)
i use the rule i total = icm + mr^2...
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I've got a 3d object modeled in Pro/Engineer with a tail. The tail can change position to some angle theta with respect to the ground.
I have created a closed form solution to determine the location of the center of gravity at any angle theta.
The problem is with the moment of...
Homework Statement
Needs to be in TODAY (yeah I know I am cutting it close!)
Derive an expression for the moment of inertia of the masses at the ends of the arms in terms of l, θ and m
Is the example question asking for the derivative or is it asking to use the terms above in an equation...
Figure 1
Homework Statement
Three identical marbles are on a turntable disk of radius R. The mass of the disk is {m}_{d}. The mass of each marble is {m}_{b}. What is the moment of inertia of the disk and the marbles around an axis of rotation at the edge of the disk (the dot in Figure 1)...
Homework Statement
This is not a homework question but it could be. I am trying to understand why the moment of inertia of a thin disc about its axis of rotation is 1/2 MR2.
Homework Equations
The rotational moment of inertia of a system of points is ^{}\summr2.
The Attempt at a Solution...
Homework Statement
The thickness of the object is 2 cm. The density of the material (pronounced row) is 7800. The angle (theta) is pi/6. The radius is .75 meters. What is the moment of inertia and
the center of mass?
Here is what the object looks like...
Homework Statement
In testing a design for a yo-yo, an engineer begins by constructing a simple prototype--a string wound about the rim of a wooden disk. She puts an axle riding on nearly frictionless ball bearings through the axis of the wooden disk and fixes the ends of the axle. In order to...
Homework Statement
A solid sphere of mass 2 kg and 5 m radius is in space. Find its moment of inertia.Homework Equations2
moment of inertia of a solid sphere about its diameter: \frac{2}{5}MR2, where M is the mass of the sphere and R is its radius.
The Attempt at a Solution
I = mr^2 = (2...
A uniform ladder of mass M and length 2L is leaning aainst a frictionless vertical wall with its feet on a frictionless horizontal floor. Initially the stationary ladder is released at an angle \theta_{0} = 60o to the floor. Assume that the gravitation field g acts vertically downward.
1)...
1. Find the moment of inertia I_x of particle a with respect to the x-axis (that is, if the x-axis is the axis of rotation), the moment of inertia I_y of particle a with respect to the y axis, and the moment of inertia I_z of particle a with respect to the z axis (the axis that passes through...
Imagine we have a Equilateral triangle in the xy plane with one vertex at the origin. The triangle will be rotated about the z axis. The depth of the triangle, d, will be constant.B_r=B(r)
From the picture I see that B_r=\frac{r}{h}B , V=\frac{B_rhd}{2}=\frac{Bdr}{2}
First, I need to find...
I have a very simple conceptual physics problem that I am looking to solve, and unfortunately I've been out of school a little too long to solve:
Suppose you have a hill, and at the bottom of the hill it levels off and keeps going on.
You take two marbles of different masses and roll them...
Im having problems with two questions, the first is linear acceleration, A 6.00-kg cylindrical reel with a radius of 0.600 m and a frictionless axle, starts from rest and speeds up uniformly as a 4.00-kg bucket falls into a well, making a light rope unwind from the reel. The bucket starts from...
Homework Statement
A wire is shaped like the astroid x=cos3(t), y=sin3(t), t[0, 2*pi] and has constant density = k. Find its moment of intertia I0 around the origin.
2. The attempt at a solution
To find the MOE we must integrate k* (x2 + y2)ds along the curve. We differentiate and find...
[SOLVED] Moment of Intertia of Spherical Cap?
Homework Statement
I am having some serious trouble trying to setup this problem..
Find the rotational intertia about the z axis of a spherical cap cut from the sphere x^2+y^2+z^2=4 by the horizontal plane z=1.
Homework Equations...
A ballerian spins initially at 1.5rev/s when arms are extended. She then draws in her arms to her body and her moment of intertia is .88kg m^2 and her angular speed increases to 4.0rev/s. Determine the network she did to increase her angular speed?
To find moment of inertia was pretty simple...
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I was wondering if some here can confirm this formula given by K.S Krane in his book "Introductory Nuclear Physics", page 145, eq # 5.19
\mathscr{I} _{\text{fluid}} = \dfrac{9}{8\pi}MR^2_{avg}\beta (5.19)
Moment of inertia for a ellipsodial fluid. Where \beta is the deformation...
I'm taking my first Physics course (it's a foreign language), and in English class we were given a piece of paper on Skating taken from an English Physics textbook. We are having problems with some expressions, such as Inertia. What the heck is inertia? Is it a law? Or an expression? (I checked...
Find the moment of inertia around the x-axis of the region that lies inside both the cylinder r=a and the sphere rho=2a.
*Here's what I've done so far: http://www.badongo.com/pic/574867
Am I on the right track? If so, what's the next step? If not, what's wrong?
i have two questions that i need help understanding
1a. Homework Statement
A majorette takes tow batons and fastens them together in the middle at right angles to make an "x" shape. Each baton was 0.6m long and each ball on the end is 0.50kg. (Ignore the mass of the rods.) What is the moment...
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I am having trouble with #21. I already did #20, but I have NO idea of how to do #21. First of all, I am not really sure where is the axis suppose to be.
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I'm trying to derive the moment of inertia for a long rod with a point-weight on one end (the rod rotates through its midpoint). Could anyone offer any help? I know the formula for the rod is normally (1/2)ML^2, but I'm not sure how the weight on one end alters that.
Thanks!
I have an ellipse rotating around a fixed axis that passes through it's center, with a constant angular speed \omega. I'm being asked what torque would generate this motion.
It should be \vec{\Tau} = \frac{d(I \vec{\omega})}{dt} = \dot{I} \vec{\omega} since angular speed is constant.
I'm not...
Hello again, got some rather interesting questions for those who have been kind enough to put up with my ridiculous free response questions over the past 3 weeks. Here it goes:
A solid disk (of Radius R) has four holes cut out of it, each of which are centered at R/2. The holes have a...
I'm kinda having trouble figuring out this problem...i already know that i have to use conservation of angular momentum Iiwi=Ifwf but I'm having trouble calculating the key part, the second moment of inertia. I'm pretty sure that im' supposed to be using this form of the calculation of inertia...
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Firstly - I'm not a collage student but this seemed a good place to ask the question! Any help welcome :smile:
As a fun home project, I've been building a motorcycle dyno, connected to a PC via a custom made PIC based device. Have most of it worked out with regards to data...