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Angular speed

  1. Nov 28, 2015 #1
    Good morning,

    I have an iron bar (35 cm long) hinged on an axis. The path of this bar is limited to 45 degrees.
    I have to measure the angular velocity of the bar when it rotates 45 degrees. I need to get a graph of variation of the angular velocity along the 45 degree paths. The time taken to cover 45 degrees, is about 20ms

    Can You help me?
    Cesar
     
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  3. Nov 28, 2015 #2

    BvU

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    Ave Cesar, :welcome:

    This is still rather ambiguous. Can you explain a bit clearer and post a picture ?
     
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  4. Nov 28, 2015 #3
    I have attached a photo.

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  5. Nov 28, 2015 #4

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    I would put a protractor in the background, then take a video. From the video you can see change in angle frame-by-frame.
     
  6. Nov 29, 2015 #5
    I need angular velocity and not only angle.
     
  7. Nov 29, 2015 #6

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    And what is it that causes the anglar motion ? Where does the angular motion starr ?
    Where is the 45 degrees limitation you mentioned in your post #1 ?
    Is there any source of friction at all ?
     
  8. Nov 29, 2015 #7

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    If your video takes 30 frames per second, and if you measure a difference A in the angle from one frame to the next frame, then angular velocity is 30A degrees per second.
     
  9. Nov 29, 2015 #8
    The angular motion is caused from a click of a spring that I can not known.
     
  10. Nov 29, 2015 #9

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    If you want a better answer, you have to explain more about what you're doing.
     
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