Rotation Mechnics Problem

  • #1
thunderhadron
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Hi friends,
Feeling pleasure to share some more aspects with you.
I am getting a doubts in some of the problems.
Thank you all in advance.

The problem is:
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Attempt,

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But the book says the answer is option (D).
Please friend help to get rid off.
Awaiting for reply.
 
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  • #2
voko
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What is the total force felt by the rod at x? Why?
 
  • #3
thunderhadron
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What is the total force felt by the rod at x? Why?

Sorry voko I don't get it. Please help me in solving.

I am getting the equation for the right side of 'x'.
 
  • #5
voko
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At point x in the rod, there is some force of tension. You computed the force of inertia due to dx just next to x. But what about other parts of the rod? Which parts of the rod contribute to the tension at x: the parts further away from the axis of rotation, or closer to it?
 
  • #6
thunderhadron
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At point x in the rod, there is some force of tension. You computed the force of inertia due to dx just next to x. But what about other parts of the rod? Which parts of the rod contribute to the tension at x: the parts further away from the axis of rotation, or closer to it?

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  • #7
voko
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Imagine that the rod itself is massless. Now let there be some point mass attached to the rod that is closer to the axis of rotation than x. Will there be any tension at x? Then let there be a point mass further from the point of rotation than x. Will there be any tension at x?
 
  • #8
thunderhadron
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Imagine that the rod itself is massless. Now let there be some point mass attached to the rod that is closer to the axis of rotation than x. Will there be any tension at x? Then let there be a point mass further from the point of rotation than x. Will there be any tension at x?

Yes outer mass of the rod i.e. the right side part will apply tension on it.

OK let me try it first.
 
  • #9
thunderhadron
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Thank you very much friends. I got the answer. Problem has been cleared.
 

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