Röd (Swedish for Red) is the eighth studio album by Swedish alternative rock band Kent. It was released as digital download exclusively through the band's website on 5 November 2009 and physically on 6 November 2009. The first single from the album, "Töntarna", was released as digital download on 5 October 2009.
Röd is available in a standard edition and a deluxe edition box. The deluxe edition box version features the 11-track CD, a USB flash drive with high quality MP3 files as well as AIFF files, three 10" records which between them contain the whole album, and a 118-page book containing lyrics, abstract pictures and photographs. Due to distribution difficulties the deluxe edition was delayed until 11 November 2009.
A rod of length 'L' is hinged at one of its ends and is lying on the ground. A torque 'T' is applied to it at the hinge such that it pushes the rod into the ground. What will be the force profile on the ground since the entire length of the rod touches the ground? Assume the rod is weightless.
OA*P_A = OH*P + OB*P_B
⇔ OA*P_A = ¾*OA*P + 2OA*P_B
⇔ 5*10 = ¾*0.4*10 + 2*P_B
→P_B=23.5 →m2=2.35 (kg)
My result doesn't match the answer hint, and when I change the rod's centre of mass to OH=1, it fits the answer hint. How do I determine the centre of mass in this situation?
so I need to use the eq.: omega_pr = ##mgr / L_s## with r = 6cm.
But from how I imagine/see it, the rod pierces the disk through the middle so how does this create precession if the weight will not cause a torque then and thus a hortizontal change in angular momentum?
Thanks in advance!
so calculated, the moment of inertia for a rod about an axis at the end of the rod is I = 1/3 * M * L^2
here for case 1: arms to the side
I is calculated to be ##I = 0.224##
for case 2: arms stretched
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I have to solve this problem:
Figure P3.6:
MY SOLUTION
I did this:
THE CORRECTION
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I(i)w(i)= I(f)w(f)
I(i)= 1.08 x 10-3 kg·m2
w(i)= 0.221 rad/s
I(f)= mr^2 + I(i) = (5 x 10^-3)(.138)^2 + (1.08 x 10^-3)
(1.08 x 10-3)(.221) = ((1.08 x 10^-3)+9.22 x 10^-5))w(f)
w(f) = (2.3868 x 10^-4)/(0.00117522)
w(f)= 0.203094 rad/s
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