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A pulley is a wooden or metallic wheel with a grooved rim which can take a string. Small plastic pulleys

are also available in the market to carry small loads. The pulley can rotate freely about an axis passing

through its centre. The end of the axle of the pulley are supported on a frame known as block.

Some examples of Pulleys are Crane and Flagpole.

A Pulley is a simple machine made up of a wheel and a rope. The rope fits into

the wheel and one end of the rope is attatched to the load.

When you pull on one side of the pulley, the wheel turns and the load moves.

The block of the pulley either fixed or free to move. According to this the pulley can be classified into two

1. Fixed pulley

2. Movable pulley

When the block is fixed, it is said to work as a fixed pulley and when the block is free to move with load,

then the same pulley is said to work as a movable pulley.

Fixed Pulley

In this arrangement, the block of pulley is fixed on high platform. An extensible string passes over the

groove. One end of the string is attached to the body to be lifted while the other end is free.

A single fixed pulley dose not provide mechanical advantage, yet it is very useful in our daily life. The

main advantage of the pulley is to be able to reverse the direction of the applied force so that a given job

may be done conveniently.

People use fixed pulleys to gather fresh water from wells. A bucket hangs from the pilley to carry water up

from deep under the ground.

Movable Pulley

In this arrangement, the block is not fixed but carries the load. An inextensible string is wound round the

groove and its one end is fixed to a fixed support while other end kept free to apply the effort. When the

effort is applied, the block together with the load moves upwards.

Pulley Formula

The velocity ratio (V.R) :

V.R of the pulley system can be found by comparing the distance moved by load and effort.

Velocity Ratio (V.R) = Distance

Mechanical Advantage of a Pulley is given by the ratio of the power and load arms. Let E be the force i.e.,

effort applied at the free end. And L is the load which applied at the another end. Hence,

Mechanical Advantage (M.A) = LE

The efficiency of a machine is related to the mechanical advantage and velocity ratio as given below

= M.AV.R

Pulleys are used to change the direction of a force and to gain a mechanical advantage greater than 1.

Parts of a Pulley

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A pulley is a wheel with groove that holds a rope or a chain. The groove in the wheel keeps the rope or

chain in place. Pulleys help lift loads. A person pulls one end of the rope. This force will lift the load on the

other end.

Pulley Problems

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Solved Examples

Question 1: A machine has a velocity ratio of 10, it is used to raise a load of 2000 N. Find 1) The work

obtained from the machine. 2) M.A and 3) efficiency of the machine.

Solution:

1) Work obtained from the machine = Load distance moved

= 20005

= 10000J

2) Mechanical Advantage (M.A) = LoadEffort

= 2000250

=8

3) Efficiency = M.AV.R

100

100

= 810

= 80

Question 2: A block and tackle of $ pulleys in each block has an efficiency of 80%. It is used to lift a load

of 320 N. Calculate the following 1. V.R 2. M.A 3. Effort

Solution:

1) V.R = The total number of pulleys in the system = 8

2) Efficiency = M.AV.R

M.A = EfficiencyV.R

=

801008

= 6.4

3)

LoadEffort = M.A

or

Effort = LoadM.A

= 3206.4

= 50N

R. dR = F. dF

Where d refers to the distance moved, not the diameter of the pulley

So, we can say

When one continuous cord is used, this ratio reduces to the number of strands holding the

resistant in the pulley system,

Force

Load

Force

Load

F

R

dF

dR

pulley

R

MA

d

F

d

F

R==

Simple Machines1.doc

Physics ~ ASC 2005

The resistance force (R) is spread equally among the supporting strands.

Therefore, R = n T, where n is the number of strands holding the resistance and T is the tension

in each supporting strand.

The effort force (F) is equal to the tension in each supporting strand , so

Pulleys

Pulleys are simple machines that consist of a rope that slides around a disk, called a block. Their

main function is to change the direction of the tension force in a rope. The pulley systems that appear

on SAT II Physics almost always consist of idealized, massless and frictionless pulleys, and idealized

ropes that are massless and that dont stretch. These somewhat unrealistic parameters mean that:

1.

The rope slides without any resistance over the pulley, so that the pulley changes

the direction of the tension force without changing its magnitude.

2.

You can apply the law of conservation of energy to the system without worrying

about the energy of the rope and pulley.

3.

You dont have to factor in the mass of the pulley or rope when calculating the

effect of a force exerted on an object attached to a pulley system.

The one exception to this rule is the occasional problem you might find regarding the torque applied

to a pulley block. In such a problem, you will have to take the pulleys mass into account. Well deal

with this special case in Chapter 7, when we look at torque.

We use pulleys to lift objects because they reduce the amount of force we need to exert. For example,

say that you are applying force F to the mass in the figure above. How does F compare to the force

you would have to exert in the absence of a pulley?

To lift mass m at a constant velocity without a pulley, you would have to apply a force equal to the

masss weight, or a force of mg upward. Using a pulley, the mass must still be lifted with a force

of mg upward, but this force is distributed between the tension of the rope attached to the ceiling, T ,

and the tension of the rope gripped in your hand, F .

Because there are two ropes pulling the block, and hence the mass, upward, there are two equal

upward forces, F and T . We know that the sum of these forces is equal to the gravitational force

pulling the mass down, so F + T = 2F = mg or F = mg /2 . Therefore, you need to pull with only one

half the force you would have to use to lift mass m if there were no pulley.

The figure above represents a pulley system where masses m and M are connected by a rope over a

massless and frictionless pulley. Note that M > m and both masses are at the same height above the

ground. The system is initially held at rest, and is then released. We will learn to calculate the

acceleration of the masses, the velocity of massm when it moves a distance h , and the work done by

the tension force on mass m as it moves a distance h .

Before we start calculating values for acceleration, velocity, and work, lets go through the three steps

for problem solving:

1.

Ask yourself how the system will move: From experience, we know that the

heavy mass, M , will fall, lifting the smaller mass, m . Because the masses are connected,

we know that the velocity of mass m is equal in magnitude to the velocity of mass M ,

but opposite in direction. Likewise, the acceleration of mass m is equal in magnitude to

the acceleration of mass M , but opposite in direction.

2.

Choose a coordinate system: Some diagrams on SAT II Physics will provide a

coordinate system for you. If they dont, choose one that will simplify your calculations.

In this case, lets follow the standard convention of saying that up is the

positive y direction and down is the negative y direction.

3.

Draw free-body diagrams: We know that this pulley system will accelerate

when released, so we shouldnt expect the net forces acting on the bodies in the system

to be zero. Your free-body diagram should end up looking something like the figure

below.

Note that the tension force, T , on each of the blocks is of the same magnitude. In any nonstretching

rope (the only kind of rope youll encounter on SAT II Physics), the tension, as well as the velocity

and acceleration, is the same at every point. Now, after preparing ourselves to understand the

problem, we can begin answering some questions.

1. What is the acceleration of mass M?

2. What is the velocity of mass m after it travels a distanceh?

3. What is the work done by the force of tension in lifting mass m a distanceh?

Because the acceleration of the rope is of the same magnitude at every point in the rope, the

acceleration of the two masses will also be of equal magnitude. If we label the acceleration of

mass m as a , then the acceleration of mass M is a . Using Newtons Second Law we find:

By subtracting the first equation from the second, we find (M m)g = (M + m)a or a = (M m)g/

(M + m) . Because M m > 0 , a is positive and mass m accelerates upward as anticipated. This result

gives us a general formula for the acceleration of any pulley system with unequal masses, M and m .

Remember, the acceleration is positive for m and negative for M , since m is moving up and M is going

down.

DISTANCE H?

We could solve this problem by plugging numbers into the kinematics equations, but as you can see,

the formula for the acceleration of the pulleys is a bit unwieldy, so the kinematics equations may not

be the best approach. Instead, we can tackle this problem in terms of energy. Because the masses in

the pulley system are moving up and down, their movement corresponds with a change in

gravitational potential energy. Because mechanical energy, E , is conserved, we know that any change

in the potential energy, U , of the system will be accompanied by an equal but opposite change in the

kinetic energy, KE , of the system.

. As the masses move,

mass M loses Mgh joules of potential energy, whereas mass m gains mgh joules of potential energy.

Applying the law of conservation of mechanical energy, we find:

We admit it: the above formula is pretty scary to look at. But since SAT II Physics doesnt allow

calculators, you almost certainly will not have to calculate precise numbers for a masss velocity. Its

less important that you have this exact formula memorized, and more important that you

understand the principle by which it was derived. You may find a question that involves a derivation

of this or some related formula, so its good to have at least a rough understanding of the relationship

between mass, displacement, and velocity in a pulley system.

3. WHAT IS THE WORK DONE BY THE FORCE OF TENSION IN LIFTING

MASS M A DISTANCE H?

Since the tension force, T , is in the same direction as the displacement, h , we know that the work

done is equal to hT . But what is the magnitude of the tension force? We know that the sum of forces

we know that a = g(M m)/(M + m) , so substituting in for a , we get:

A Pulley on a Table

Now imagine that masses m and M are in the following arrangement:

Lets assume that mass M has already begun to slide along the table, and its movement is opposed by

the force of kinetic friction,

, where is the coefficient of kinetic friction, and N is the

normal force acting between the mass and the table. If the mention of friction and normal forces

frightens you, you might want to flip back to Chapter 3 and do a little reviewing.

So lets approach this problem with our handy three-step problem-solving method:

1.

Ask yourself how the system will move: First, we know that mass m is falling

and dragging mass M off the table. The force of kinetic friction opposes the motion of

mass M . We also know, since both masses are connected by a nonstretching rope, that

the two masses must have the same velocity and the same acceleration.

2.

Choose a coordinate system: For the purposes of this problem, it will be

easier if we set our coordinate system relative to the rope rather than to the table. If we

say that the x-axis runs parallel to the rope, this means the x-axis will be the up-down

axis for mass m and the left-right axis for mass M . Further, we can say that gravity pulls

in the negative x direction. The y-axis, then, is perpendicular to the rope, and the

positive ydirection is away from the table.

3.

Draw free-body diagrams: The above description of the coordinate system

may be a bit confusing. Thats why a diagram can often be a lifesaver.

Given this information, can you calculate the acceleration of the masses? If you think analytically and

dont panic, you can. Since they are attached by a rope, we know that both masses have the same

velocity, and hence the same acceleration, a . We also know the net force acting on both masses: the

net force acting on mass M is

, and the net force acting on mass m is T mg . We can then

apply Newtons Second Law to both of the masses, giving us two equations involving a :

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