Dynamics: Newton’s Laws of Motion. m. Two basic concepts: mass m and force Mass m is a scalar quantity that measures the property of inertia. m = ρ V ~ amount of matter Force is a vector quantity that, being divided by the mass

ByEnergy. A crane lowers a steel girder into place at a construction site. The girder moves with constant speed. Consider the work W g done by gravity and the work W T done by the tension in the cable. Which of the following is correct?. W g is positive and W T is positive.

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ByEquilibrium of a Rigid Body Examples. Example Problem. Draw the free-body diagram of the plate. Example Problem. Does this free-body diagram help?. R x1. R y1. R x2. R y2. R x3. R y3. Example Problem.

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ByC. m s. A. B. A series of blocks is connected to a pulley in the manner depicted below. Find the minimum mass that block C must have in order to keep block A from sliding on the table top. m A =4 Kg m B =2 Kg m s =0.2 (coefficient of static friction)

ByBalanced Vs. Unbalanced Forces. Statement Video Examples. Copy this statement on front of page 15.

ByEarthquake Vocabulary Notecards. Weathering. Process of breaking down the Earth’s material by natural processes of water, wind, ice, and chemicals into smaller pieces or sediments Destructive Process. Erosion.

ByForces. Types to Know. A PUSH OR PULL between an object and an agent Forces have direction, so are vectors. Force: Definition. Every force has an agent - a cause in the environment. Long-range or Field Forces Contact Forces. Identifying Forces. F g F orce due to gravity F g = m g.

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ByDynamics and Statics. What is the resultant velocity vector on a go kart that is traveling at 10 m/s north and is being blow by the wind 0.5m/s east? Include the magnitude and angle. Bellringer. Learn more vocabulary that will help you solve dynamics and statics problems

ByUnit IV: Force. Forces in Static (Non-Moving) Situations Per. 3, 6. Force: What is it?. Force is an interaction between two objects Force is an interaction that can have an effect on the motion of an object Has units of Newtons (N). Consider the Rock below:. Notes on: Friction Force.

ByAngle of Repose. Angle of Repose. Angle of Repose . The angle of repose is the measure of the maximum angle of inclination wherein a body at rest remains at rest and a body is motion will travel at a constant speed. . Angle of Repose. Θ repose = tan -1 (µ s ). Example.

ByUniform circular motion is motion in a circular path with constant …. s peed velocity a cceleration. Under uniform circular motion, acceleration is inversely proportional to what quantity?. Relative velocity in the plane: v W /C = v W /T + v ?/C.

ByFall Final Exam Review. Almost there……. Chapters Covered. 1D Motion: 2 and 3 1D Forces: 4 2D Motion:6 2D Forces: 5 and 8 Gravitational Forces: 7 Energy and Work: parts of 10 and 11. Unit 1: 1D Motion. v = ( d f -d i )/( t f -t i ) d f = vt + d i a = ( v f -v i )/( t f -t i )

ByS2 : Stadium Roof Design - Emirates Stadium Structural Analysis. Cut out Model. In order to understand the loading on the Primary Girder assemble the 3D model of the Emirates Stadium Roof. Locate the pieces with slot number 1. Cut around the black lines leaving the slots till last.

ByShort Version : 14. Wave Motion. Wave Properties. Wave amplitude Waveform Pulse Continuous wave Wave train Periodicity in space : Wavelength Wave number k = 2 / Periodicity in time : Period T Frequency = 2 / T . Longitudinal & Transverse Waves.

ByPH 211 Winter 2014. Monday February 17. Midterm rooms. Wednesday 2/19 from 8:30 to 9:50pm Note sheet 8.5 by 11 is OK Format like midterm 1 Weniger 151: A-J Weniger 116: K-R Weniger 153: S-Z. Midterm material. Problems based on chapters 5,6,7 Need to know chapters 1,2,3,4

ByEquilibrium. Equilibrium refers to a condition in which an object is at rest originally at rest (static equilibrium) or has a constant velocity if originaly in motion. Equilibrium requires; Balance of forces (prevent the body from translating with accelerated motion.)

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