Momentum before ejection P_b:
P_b= (M+m)*v_M=8*500=4000, since the package is still on the satellite and isn't moving.
Momentum after ejection P_a:
according to the law of conservation of momentum P_b=P_a, and this gives me:
4000=450*8 + v_m*50 => (4000 - 3600)/50 = v_m = 8 km/s
But according...
Project for creating electro-muscle fiber for robotic drives
The drive consists of a central spiral guide and external thin conductors as (muscles) as well as coils at the ends of the muscle, and is in a strong elastic casing.
Do you think how effective such a muscle will be and from which...
TL;DR Summary: Solutions to an exercise coming from the famous "Exercises for the Feynman lectures on physics".
I'm stuck on an exercise.
"A mass ##m## (kg) hangs on a cord suspended from an elevator which is descending with an acceleration of ##0.1g##. What is the tension T in the cord in...
The thing with this exercise is that I don't think that the question makes sense at all (or, at least, is incomplete).
First of all, we don't know if the mass moves with any of those tensions, therefore I cannot know which coefficient apply. Second of all, even if we suppose that the mass is...
TL;DR Summary: I don't know if my procedure is correct in this excercise
I've tried to solve this problem but I find my solution unintuitive and I think I might be wrong.
First of all, applying Newton's Laws I calculated the value for ##T_1## like this:
$$
\begin{align}
\sum F_{x} &=0\\...
I have an assignment in physics and I can't understand the difference between the 2 questions. That's the question
A skier with mass m=70 kg stands on a ramp of height h. At the foot of the ramp, there is a loop with a radius of r=15 m. When entering the ramp, the speed is v1=0 m/s.
a) For...
I'm stuck to understand 3 laws of Newton. It doesn't make sense to me.
1. Suppose the case when a person stay in a rest vehicle.When we accelerate the car the person still at rest so the person has to move to the tail of the vehicle cause his intertia of staying rest. If we decrese the...
Hi, everyone! There are a lot of work energy conservation laws and I get confused which one of them summarizes all of them. Which one I should keep with me and rest should be easy to derive on spot ?
1. ##\Delta E_{mec}=0##
2. ##\Delta E_{mec}=W_{ext}##
3.##\Delta E_{mec} + \Delta...
Summary: How to calculate the equilibrium angle of a bar that is lifted on its two ends with ropes attached to fixed lifting points?
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First of all I would like to apologize in advance for my english, I am not a native speaker so some grammar errors may be left.
My...
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I am looking for a manufacturer or mechanic that can build my custom compound bow. It doesn't have to be a big business. I would appreciate any help.
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Ive been reading University physics by roger freedman, I’m on section 3 motion in 2d. I can solve most of the problems ag the end of the chapter, or at least understand the solutions.
But there is a small extra section called challenge problems. There’s only 3 but I found them very difficult...
I think I undeerstand Lagrangian mechanics but I have a question that will help to clarify some concepts.
Imagine I throw a pencil. For that I have 5 generalised coordinates (x,y,z and 2 rotational).
When I express Kinetic Energy (T) as:
$$T = 1/2m\dot{x^{2}}+1/2m\dot{y^{2}}+1/2m\dot{z^{2}} +...
##\vec{L} = \vec{P} \times\vec{r}##
##L = mvr sin \phi##, where P = mv
Since ##\vec{r}## and ##\vec{v}## are always perpendicular, ##\phi## = 90.
Then, ##L = mvr##
At this point, I don't see how to get ##L = mvr = mr^2\omega##, using ##\omega = \dot{\phi}##
I know that ##\omega =...
In my textbook, it is stated that "if an object elastically hit an frictionless inclined surface with angle between the vector of initial velocity and an imaginary line that is perpendicular to the surface ##\alpha##,then the angle between the line and final velocity vector will also be...
This problem I already solved using another resource (just get the coordinate of the center of mass reach and from it, get to the larger mass. R = (3v02) / (4g)). But I'm having some trouble calculating using moment conservation. Here what I've done so far:
$$ 3\vec v_0 = \vec v_1 +2\vec v_2 $$...
Can anyone help me with a kinematic analysis for the mechanism attached below? I need the outline of the mechanism, its notes and the necessary formulas to find out the transmission ratio and the rest of the values.
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I'm working on 3D animation about da Vinci tank and why it doesn't work.
Please help me find out how to compute:
1: how many men need to move this machine
2: what power on wheel can produce different number of man, like 1, 2, 4, 8..
vehicle mass = 8t
men strength = 60kg
lever...
A homogen box with the mass M rolls without sliding on two round wheels. The wheels with mass mass m are also homogen and roll without sliding, on top of the banked Surface. We use Gravitation g.
Find the accelration xM of the box
I don't know which solution is correct. i got 0.67 m for xM...
The exercise is to compare numerical and analytical solution. I have worked out the code from earlier exercise (see code under this text), but I don't understand how the analytical solution works. I have tried to use the equation r(theta) = a(1-e^2)/(1+e*cos(theta)), which is OK but I don't...
A bicycle wheel rolls at a constant speed along a circular path on a horizontal surface. The wheel has a constant angle of inclination to the vertical direction and the distance from its center of mass G to the fixed Z axis is R. Determine the relationship between the angular velocity w1 around...
Well, ##r(t)## in ##A## is just a vector ##(0;y)## because is tangent to the trajectory. Then, from the perspective of ##B## the particle moves in an uniform circular motion. Is this right?
The velocity from ##B## must be ##\omega##, right?
And what about acceleration?
Well, first I tried to understand the relation between the velocities and accelerations of both bodies and I got that the velocity of ##B## is half the velocity of ##A##. This is because a change in length of the cord "that touches ##A##" must be equal to the change in length of the two cords...
Well, what I've done so far is calculating the magnitude of velocity and acceleration replacing ##t=2## in ##\theta (t)## and ##r(t)## so I could get the expressions for ##\dot r##, ##\dot \theta##, ##\ddot r## and ##\ddot \theta##. But that's not my problem... my problem is related to the...
Homework Statement:
A chain hangs over a pulley. Part of it rests on a table, and another part rests on the floor. When released, the chain begins to move and soon reaches a certain constant speed v. Can we find the height h of the table?
I think this question need some tricks. I've tried some...
Hi All,
Everyone knows so called "fictitious" forces, also known as "inertial" forces. They are forces felt by some mass point placed in a non-inertial frame. For example: a ball in a moving car or in a carousel.
Maybe most intuitive fictitious forces are centrifugal forces, but there are also...
Hey all,
I am doing some work to brush up my acoustics and one of the problems I came across this goes like this (translated, so sorry for potential grammar mistakes although I'll do my best to avoid them):
A singer exhales 0.1 Litre Air per second. The 'overpressure' (pressure difference, so...
Homework Statement
We have a ball of mass ##m##and radius ##r##. it is placed on an incline (We don't know the angle of the incline, nor we do whether the angle is constant along the incline - maybe it is a curved incline) and then released. The COM of ball is ##h## meters above the incline at...
In lower-division physics classes, air resistance is usually ignored to make the mathematics of projectile motion easier to understand.
When air resistance is included, it's often stated that at lower velocities, air resistance is proportional to the velocity of the object,
Fair ∝ kv
At...
Homework Statement
We have a transmission system (plate-pinion), with a 38-tooth chainring and a 14-tooth sprocket. The distance between the crank (between the chainring and the pedal) is 170 mm and the pedal is overloaded with 60 kg and pedalled at a speed of 70 min-1.
Homework Equations
P =...
What do you think about Herman Batelaans presentation?
https://www.fetzer-franklin-fund.org/media/quantum-forces-and-non-dispersivity-in-the-aharonov-bohm-effect-batelaan-video/
Homework Statement
How can I calculate the initial phase in a simple harmonic motion if I only have the amplitude, frequency and angular velocity as data?
Homework Equations
The formula of the position, in fact they ask me to do the formula that allows to know the elongation depending on the...
Homework Statement
q,p transforms canonicaly to Q,P where given Q=q(t+s)+(t+s)p ,t is time and s is constt
To find P
Homework Equations
Poisson bracket {Q,P}qp=1
The Attempt at a Solution
Using Poisson bracket I find (t+s)*(dP/dp-dP/dq)=1
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I have to solve this mechanical Problem...
I solved it, but I get fpór By=0,448F (see at my calculation!)
and the right answer is 0,3F...what did I wrong?
I should solve A B C! B is a two-piece carrier.
F and a is given!
Homework Statement
An object which has mass = m is released from point A which has height of h. The object moves along the rail with no friction. The rail OB is a semicircular rail which C is the center and R is the radius. If the object falls from the rail at the point B, find the following...
Homework Statement
The answer is as follows: [/B]
However they said that time t=0 so I am confused how the exponent has a t in it surely it should be zero. Thanks
Homework Statement
a block B of negligible mass is connected to a particle of mass 1 kg with a non-stretchable string. Now the hanging particle is given a velocity root(8gH) horizontally when system is at rest. Find the initial acceleration of block B.
Homework Equations
3. The Attempt at a...
Homework Statement
Two linear springs with stiffness Kh, Kv are attached to a single mass m at right angle to each other, i.e; one of the spring(Kh) is in the horizontal direction(x-axis) and the other(Kv) is in the vertical direction(y-axis).
A constant force F is being applied to the mass...
Homework Statement
Dear All,
I'm having a hard time solving the following problem:
A point of mass is moving on a circular plane (Oxy), where the circle's formula is:
The force acting on mass "m" is defined as:
We're looking for velocity of point "m" in position (1,1) =V1, and in position...
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I am new to PF and I hope to learn some Physics, and chat to like-minded people.
I am currently taking an Access to Science course, which is the equivalent to 3 A Levels - Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
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Homework Statement
The figure shows two wires that are tied to a 970g mass which revolves in a horizontal circle at a constant 7.5 m/s. What is the tension in the upper wire?
The wires are both 1m long, and are attached to a pole. The radius is cos(30 degrees). It's an equilateral triangle...
Homework Statement
A particle has the potential energy shown in the figure. (Figure 1) What is the
x-component of the force on the particle at x =5, 15, 25, and 35 cm?
I'm stuck on finding the Fx at 25 & 35 cm.Homework Equations
F = -du/dx
100 N = 1J/cm
The Attempt at a Solution
Slope...
I was trying to solve a problem involving work , as we know :
w = \int_{a}^{b} \vec{f}.d\vec{s}
but in my problem the path was cyrcular , so how to evaluate this kind of integral ?
Is it more probable that particles will collide if both are moving or if one has velocity equal to 0?
Let's say we don't have any forces between them and they're on a closed surface (for example a square).