55 голосов за33 голоса против

2K просмотров69 стр.problemas de Hibbeler resueltos

Sep 01, 2016

© © All Rights Reserved

PDF или читайте онлайн в Scribd

problemas de Hibbeler resueltos

© All Rights Reserved

2K просмотров

55 голосов за33 голоса против

problemas de Hibbeler resueltos

© All Rights Reserved

Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 69

134, The moon has a f 73.5(108
bs mass of 73.5(10") kg, and the
th has amass of $98(10!) ky. If thie centes ne
384(10*) m apart, determine th a
determine the gravitational atractive :
force between the two bodiex onal vat “
103.9810")
= sso"
GoM
= 9010") Nae
13-2. The 10-Ib block has an initial velocity of 10 ft/s on
the smooth plane, Ifa force F'= (2.50 Ib, where is in
seconds, acts on the block for 3 s, determine the final
velocity of the block and the distance the block travels,
during this time.
drnads
Save fesra
v2 400s? 610 :
Wher 1235, Whe to35
veds20/s Ane 6628 Ane
[E0250 +10) a
34172 +106
13.4 By using an inclined plane to retard the motion of
a falling object, and thus make the observations more
‘accurate, Galileo was able to determine experimentally
that the distance through which an object moves in free
fall is proportional to the square of the time for travel.
Show that this is the case, i.e, s & 12, by determining the
time fa, fc, and fp needed for a block of mass m to slide
from rest at A to points B, C, and D, respectively. Neglect
the effects of friction.
panennoy = 33990? 7
rehe =134, The van is traveling at 20 kavh when the
‘coupling of the trailer at A fails. Ifthe trailer has a mass of
250 kg and coasts 45 m before coming to rest, determi
the constant horizontal force F created by rolling friction
‘which causes the trailer to stop,
20110)
ean” = 5556 mvs 2300981) N
25003829)
WB +2a0—m) . a
55
2aV45 ~ 0)
(a ~0.3829 mis? = 03429 mi?
SEF amas P= 25003129
857N Ans
13-5. A block having a mass of 2 kg is placed on a
spring scale located in an elevator that is moving dow
ward. Ifthe scale reading, which measures the force in the
spring, is 20 N, determine the acceleration of the elevator.
Neglect the mass of the scale,
+t ED Rema: 20-2081) 20
= 019 mie? Ans
‘The elevator is slowing down,
13-6. The baggage truck A has a mass of 800 kg and is,
used to pull the two cars, each with mass 300 kg. If the
tractive force F on the truck is F = 480 N, determine the
initial acceleration of the truck. What is the acceleration
of the truck if the coupling at C suddenly fails? The car
wheels are free t0 roll. Neglect the mass of the wheels,
SEP emo: 480 = 1800+ 2000)
Shon
a= 034%
033 mvs? Ans
SEA amas 480= 800+ 300,
CFS sow
6 = 03836 mis Ans13-7. The 500-kg fuel assembly for a nuclear rector
is being lifted out from the core of the nuclear reactor
Using the pulley system shown. Itis hoisted upward with a
constant acceleration such that s = Q/and v = 0 when t =
0, and s = 2.5 m when 1 = 1.5 s, Determine the tension
in the cable at A during the motion.
ayes)?
+04 Fan sy
50049819 8
2202 mi?
SPE Fy sma: 27 ~s00v9.sty = 002.222)
T= 3008 N=301KN Ans
913-8. The man weighs 180 Ib and supports the barbells
which have a weight of 100 Ib. If he lifts them 2 ft in the
air in 1.5 s starting from rest, determine the reaction of
‘both of his feet on the ground during the lift. Assume the
‘motion is with uniform acceleration
100
ema, F— 100~ 180 = 2%,
+EK 00 = 180 = 3
G1 se0ton+ dae
sem tne + La
100
Laas?
+04 dass
778 wus
Thus,
= 285.52= 28610 Ane
13-9. The crate has 2 mass of 80 kg and is being towed
by a chain which is always directed at 20° from the hori-
zontal as shown. If the magnitude of T is increased until
the crate begins to slide, determine the crate’s initial accel-
cration if the coefficient of static friction is jz, = 0.5 and
the coefficient of kinetic friction is 12, = 0.3.
Equations of Equilibrium: If te crate is on the verge of slipping,
F) = 14N = 05N. From FBD(s)
FP EF =O: N+ Psin20" ~ 80098
nm
SED =o: Teos20"—05w
Solving Eqs. 1) and (2) yields
a
7 = 35329
= 663.7 N
Equation of Motion: Tho fii force developed between the crite
and its conteting surge is F) ‘OA since the crate is
‘moving. From FRD(),
FTE Fy = mays N 809.81) +355.295i020°
1 = 663.97 N
AEF. = may: 3832900820" ~ 0.31663.97) = 800
a= 1.466 mis Ans
205813-10, ‘The crate has a mass of 80 kg and is being towed
by a chain which is always directed at 20° from the
horizontal as shown. Determine the crate’s acceleration
in ¢ = 2s if the coefficient of static friction is 1, = 0.4
and the coefficient of kinetic friction is jz, = 0.3 and the
towing force is T = (901°) N, where 1 is in seconds.
Equations of Equilibrium: At
FED)
360 N, From
+t¥e,
N+ 360sin20°—s0¢081) = 0 N
SER =O 36000820" F; 0
Since_6 > Fd
Equation of Motion: The fiction force developed between the cate
and its contacting surface is Fy = 4,8 = ON since the erate is
‘moving. From FED),
+t EF = may: N 809.81) + 360sin20" = 8040)
N= 66167 N
SEF = mays 360c0s20" — 0.31661.67) = Be
= 178 evs? Ans
13-11. The water-park ride consists of an 800-Ib sled a
which slides from rest down the incline and then into the (iit
pool. If the frictional resistance on the incline is F, = uti
30 Ib, and in the pool for a short distance F, = 80 Ib,
determine how fast the sled is traveling when $ = 5 f
too
: 500,
+2 ED Fama: s0sinds’ 30 S84
1.361 tus
Lf oon
son
Qe »
300
FDA ama: -80= My
sco 18
Bee
eco 1»
18.093)? + 21-3225 —0)
m=T19 8s Ans“13:12. The 61 particle is subjected to the action ofits
weight and forces Fy = (21 + 6) ~ 2k) Ib, F, = {7
4gj~ 1) Ib, and Fy = [=24H} Tb, where «is in seconds.
Determine the distance the balls from the origin 2s after
being released from rest.
ER =a (he 624) + (8449 1k) 246 Jase, se0h)
Ga
yen compone
Gale
Since d= ad, inepracng from v=0, 1=0, yk
ntre2 (56a, =e 6
23 sane
st ATETF SSF TAT «97.4 Ans
13-13, The 2.1b particle A is acted upon by its weight
fand the force system Fy = (21+ 6] ~ 2k) Ib, Fy
(34~ tl 1b, and Fy = (14 5 ~ 2k) 1b, where + is in
Seconds Determine the distance the particle is from the
origin 3s after it has been released from rest.
Be ema; 203+t—(s23)e
rhene: 6 (2,
Whee 1235, 62434708 4, #3290058
2 VGRIF TEE COTIS = 1458 Ane
r y
ae ¥13-14, Each ofthe two blocks has a mass. The coefficient
cofkineti friction at all surfaces of contacts. Ifa horizontal
force P moves the bottom block, determine the acceleration
‘of the bottom block in each case.
ref
Pato dam = me
Eps mgs uma To mg
sien (3) tom B42)
Pe dung = ma) —
We Bs ge te Am
13:15. The driver attempts to tow the erate using a rope
that has a tensile strength of 200 Ib. If the crate is
originally at rest and has a weight of 500 Ib, determine
the greatest acceleration it can have if the coefficient of
static friction between the crate and the roadis , = 0.4,
land the coefficient of kinetic friction is ie = 03.
‘Buia tone te the ee te owing fre mn overcome ae
a
ri
Suen —rwortewee iy sah
$TER =O Netensor—sco=0 (2) niece
eoneome
see at awn ennai
aes
oe
—
+125 mq: ¥420«0I0-S0080 N= 4008 ag
: 5
SEE =ma; r000030"-03;400) = 2, a
mi sean es
ans. mF au N13-16. The double inclined plane supports two blocks
A and B, each having a weight of 10 Ib. Ifthe coefficient
of kinetic friction between the blocks and the plane is
4x = O.1, determine the acceleration of each block.
Equation of Motion: Since blocks A and 8 ar sliding slons the plane,
the fiction forces developed between the blocks and the plane are
CFpa = uaa =01Ny and (Fda = wp = 01M. Here, ay
ap = 2. Applying Eq, 13-7 FRD(), we have
ao
SHER anaes t-te" = (22
Jo 2 =sm
i
Efe amee 74018001060" (Jo tn
From FBD(b). Cee
Dre eons? = (1°) 0) vp = 5601» “
PAE Femmes, m= soear = (22, .
SE Ramee roan = (Jee >
Solving Eqs. [1] and [2] yields N
2309 18 Ans
Fan 01 Ne
T= 7013 tb ™
°
13.17, The speed of the 3500: spons car is ploted
Over the 30-e peri. Pie the variation of the action __
force F needed to cause the motion.
vu) =
119)
v= +50) Us. Applying
Few)
6524
Equation of Motion: |
Foro st EN He E |
F |
Pe wt sip, atkse
ano ke
atin
soo-18-F =o ™ 2
Eben
reex F
how
Fra = 021860) = SEANCES
styl even aC
Aasme 20 splag bee D mC, a
SR sma: 1000 924~ he g tq
ozs FF aes at
(eee png ene DanC nha
Aap emg: Poise mane
st
Faw = O35) = 943 € 99388 5
‘upping ewe aC
ata
Sup emg: 10- 82-ve= “
Sm ens: 2d 22ts)= tow
aims Ane eon
« ane |
7 tan |
08 |
Sup ema: Wa- i= 10% oe
Toes |
er len sam1345, A projectile of mass m is fired into aliquid at an
‘angle 6 with an initial velocity vp as shown. If the liquid
develops a frictional or drag resistance on the projectile
which is proportional to its velocity, ie, P= kv, where
is a constant, determine the x and y components of its
position at any instant. Also, what is the maximum
distance Xue that it travels?
Sag emg: chrn ees oe
amg; man tvane i
step eme -
en = OE = cotta, Y= tne
ie rye or
jo Bo ins EO
epson
pote 8
Bs 8 0"
y= Began «Pee
wnear= 0, ays Ot
Bem qe os
ao Stew a0
in Bhacety Ane
ya BEE Beran ts BH1346. The tractor is used tolift the 150-ke load B with
the 24-m-long rope, boom, and pulley system. If the
tractor is traveling to the right at @ constant speed of
4m/s determine the tension in the rope when s4 = 5 m,
‘When 54 = 0,59 = 0.
aay + fil SUD = 24
-n Gd r14s) (an) <0
Hin (10) oc 5 +146) i() os aay Hogi
a= [poten
1.0687 mvs?
farsa cag] om
+ TER =maj: T= 15019.81)= 150.0487)
T#L63eN Ane
13-47, ‘The tractor is used to lft the 150-kg load B with
the 24m-long rope, boom, and pulley system. If the
tractor is traveling to the right with an acceleration of
3 m/s" and has a velocity of 4 m/s atthe instant 5 = 5m,
Getermine the tension in the rope at this instant. When.
44 = 0.89 0,
am of oUF 228
sey as
aa sey (ons) HG o14sy (oC tyes) =0
{ Ak _ sents]
Gre Gris)
[tit tsa
Geral oF 148)
= 22025 me
+ 72R, =a: T~ 1809.81) = 1502,2025)
T=LS0kN Ans
en
15008 )N.
\ |
15009. 21)N"13.48, The smooth block B of negligible size has a mass
‘m and rests on the horizontal plane. If the board AC
pushes on the block at an angle @ with a constant
acceleration ag, determine the velocity of the block along
the board and the distance 5 the block-moves along the
board as a function of time 1. The block starts from rest
when
13-49. Block A has a massm, andis attached toa spring
having a stiffness & and unstretched length If another
block B, having a mass mp, is pressed against A so that
the spring deforms a distance d, determine the distance
bboth blocks slide on the smooth surface before they begin
to separate, What is their velocity at this instant?”
Bloc:
SER amas Hed -Namay
Bick a
Sth ema: Nomar
Sinseay
Om ming 88 ae)
suc a te
Wee = fg tne ae
ve 88 kay |
tc fa waa ee
f= jemoe i13-50, Block A has a mass m, and is attached to spring,
having a stiffness k and unstretched length l-If another A
block B, having a mass mp, is pressed against A so that
the spring deforms a distance d, show that for separation
tooccuritisnecessary that d > 2ug(ma + ma)/k, where
uxis the coefficient of kinetic friction between the blocks
and the ground. Also, whats the distance the blocks side
fon the surface before they separate?
lock #
S3h= may: Nosumek= mace
Sones ves a om
sdna)-mgina om), Kido
~ Gg +m) Tuomas & N
te) Felony
mation f
incom) Zool Nyany
(N20, tea x= for separation. Ane t |
Ae ament of separation
viveade 7
(lateend«
je-mesy |
‘Ta Fm
v= (Fina e
Vem)
Roque ¥>0, 50 hat
ta? 2a gm +maid>0
ms,
> ta gia +m)
tBLim ome) OED,13:51. The block A has a mass m, and rests on the pan
B, which has a mass m, Both are supported by a spring,
having a stiffness k that is attached to the bottom of the
pan and to the ground. Determine the distance d the pan
should be pushed down from the equilibrium position and
then released from rest so that separation of the block
will take place from the surface of the pan at the instant
the spring becomes unstretched
"1352 Determine the mass of
the distance from the earth to
413-1 torepresent
on the earth, :
the sun, knowing that
the sun is 149.6(10°) km
the force of gravity acting
ema: CMM yt e
thoma: OMe ay aOR
ef ag 2088.61108)
17 esteem) “2410 m/s
[@snurPawoce :
EE TO 80 «56 (10%) keane
43-53, The sports car, having a mass of 1700 kg, is
traveling horizontally along a 20° banked track which is,
circular and has a radius of curvature of p = 100 m. Ifthe
‘coetfcient of static friction between the tires and the road
is 4," 02, determine the maximum constant speed at
which the car can travel without sliding up the slope.
Neglect the size of the car.
Neos 20-0.2Nsin20* ~ 1700.81) =
y=19140.6N
Eze mas; 19140.68020°+0.2019 140, 6)o0820"
san ane
er Besa
ota = mg
Be:
+125, = mg)
Blk a pn
+12 = mg
Grama,
fi
Bate
ai
3
bravmarg,
Hl NES HO A = etm
<413654 Using the data in Prob, 13-53, determine the
‘minimum speed at which the car can travel around the
track without sliding down the slope.
TER <0; Nooe20"40.2Nsia20° -17000.81 =O
N= 6848.1
. 3Lsin 20° ~0.2(1 on = 1700{ Ya
Eanene: usnar-oaso.neaar «1m
1355. A girl having amass of 15g, sits motionless relative
to the surface of a herizontal platform at a distance of
'S m from the platform's center. Ifthe angular motion
ofthe platform is slowly increased so that the g's tangential
‘component of acceleration can be neglected, determine the
maximum speed which the girl will have before she begins
to slip off the platform. The coefficient of static friction
between the girl and the platform is ws = 02.
~—
Equation of Motion Sie te gis on he verge of sping,
‘Aplying Bi. 13~8, we bave
1N=02N,
BR=0, N-IS@BN <0 W=147I5N
caver anf)"13-56, Solve Prob. 13-55 assuming that the platform
starts rotating from rest so that the girl's speed is
increased uniformly at = 0.5 m/s?
Bquation of Motio
Since te gli on he verge of siping, f= 2, = 0.26.
‘Aarlying By, 13-8, weave »
Bh=0 — Na1s@81)"0 NeteTISN
ER =ma: — 02(142.15)sin@= 15105) 6= 1476"
A= mq; 02(14718)c0r 14.7
23.08 m/e Ans
13-57, The 600-kg wrecking ball is suspended from the
crane by a cable having a negligible mass. Ifthe ball has
a speed v = 8 m/s at the instant itis at its lowest point,
@ = OF, determine the tension in the cable at this instant.
Also, determine the angle @ to which the ball swings
before it stops.
oa
PY] | etenemas ro smeny «on
2m — :
| enema: -eonsanane = ang oF é
seen =e wey
Qe -sain |e ao fo
ook gt
-9.81(12)(—co0® + 1) i rf
ayo as Gotan13:58. Prove that if the block is released from rest at
point B of a smooth path of arbitrary shape, the speed it
attains when it reaches point A is equal to the speed
it attains when it falls freely through a distance A; ie,
Ir v= agi a a
2
s
‘
ee eee
a
vie dea psnode Hower dyed *
x N\
es t
13-59. At the instant @ = 60°, the boy's center of mass
G has a downward speed vg = 15 ft/s. Determine the
rate of increase in his speed and the tension in cach of
the two supporting cords of the swing at this instant, The
bboy has a weight of 60 Ib. Neglect his size and the mass
of the seat and cords.
Napemg: coonsora Bg g=t6i0 Awe oo
one
LULU
13-60. Atthe instant @ = 60°, the boy's center of mass |
Gis momentarily at rest. Determine his speed and the
tension in each of the two supporting cords of the swing
when @ = 90°. The boy has a weight of 60 Ib, Neglect his
size and the mass of the seat and cords.
a NBhe ma:
?
2.
Sat 4=322ome1361. An acrobat has a weight of 150 Ib and is sitting
‘on a chair which is porched on top of a pole as showa. If
by a mechanical drive the pole rotates downward at a
constant rate from 6 = 0°, such that the acrobat’s center
fof mass G maintains a constant speed of vg = 10 M/s
determine the angle @ at which he begins to “ly” out of
the chair, Neglect frition and assume that the distance
from the pivot O to Gis p = 15 ft
6 pom
gual of Motion: te ott out yo ca,
tral eae 0 Appyog B.13-8, webae
them: stan 0» (12)
aa ¢
6= 78.1 Ans ae
1362, Solve Prob. 13-61 if the speed of the acrobat’
center of mass sincreased from (y)9 = 10/5 at 8= 0"
by a constant rate of,
15 ft/s
150 Ib !
i
miata tant
Serta ter taeacean oo
seem mee (tt soos
2 aa aa
Solving for @ by wial and error, 6=75.6" a
Ase13-63. If the crest of the hill has a radius of curva-
ture p = 200 ft, determine the maximum constant speed
at which the car can travel over it without leaving the
surface of the road. Neglect the size of the car in the
calculation. The car has a weight of 3500 Ib.
ie ns
Neo
Ans
"13-64. The aizplane, traveling at a constant speed of
50 mvs, is executing @ horizontal turn. If the plane is
banked at @ = 15°, when the pilot experiences only a
normal force on the seat of the plane, determine the radius
of curvature p of the turn. Also, what isthe normal force
of the seat on the pilot if he has a mass of 70 kg?
HE Acna: ims 998 =0
p=265N An
EER =m: roms =70 (2)
p= 63m Ans
209.81)N
wl,
13-65. The 150-Ib man lies against the cushion for
which the coefficient of static friction isp, = 0.5.
Determine the resultant normal and frictional forces the
cushion exerts on him if, due to rotation about the z axis,
hhe has a constant speed’ v = 20 fi/s. Neglect the size of
the man. Take 6 = 60°
FNER = mtan)ys N 15000860" =
2
+L ER Sma: — F + 150sin60"
F
34 fb
Note: No slipping occurs
Since N= 1384 b> 13.4 1
13-66. ‘The 150-Ib man lies agai
which the coefficient of static friction is 4, = 0.5. If he
rotates about the z axis with a constant speed » = 30 fl/s,
determine the smallest angle @ of the cushion at which he
will begin to slip off.
st the cushion for
érrn
gs SW C080 + N sin
a(")
= 150+ Neost— 058 sing =
+tEK
es
ged = 05ci08
(OScos6 + sino130 150
(eon = 050m) ~ 322,
2)
é
O.Scost + sin = 349378 cont ~ 1.74689 sin
onans’
Ans13.67. Determine the constant speed of the passengers
‘on the amusement-park is observed that the
supporting cables are directed at 6 = 30° from the
vertical. Each chair including its passenger has a mass of
£80 kg. Also, what are the components of force in the 7.
and 6 directions which the chair exerts on a SO-kg
passenger during the motion?
homes
t= ma:
hme:
“13-68. If the ball has a mass of 30 kg and a speed »
4/m/s at the instant it is at its lowest point, 6 = 0°,
determine the tension in the cord at this instant. Also,
determine the angle 9 to which the ball swings at the
instant it momentarily stops. Neglect the size ofthe ball.
we
soon oft)
TER =m:
Tesl4N Ans
gy2h «mag, ~309.800 = 306
a= 9.81808
aatoxoseh =
so2nsd-=-8
ome Am
eae
Teas" - 90980 = 0
ee wan
v= 630m an wash
i
= soe Ave
7 fe
ase 0
nomseo oe
Re won ro
30(A70N1369, The ball has a mass of 30kg and a speed v=
4m/s at the instant itis at its lowest point, 8 O°
Determine the tension in the cord and the rate at which
the balls speed is decreasing. at the instant @ = 20°, 6 -
Neglect the size of the bal
SER emai T-200281)-00«30( 2)
309.81) = 30, 6
dev dy Sine de = 440, ten
981 fs dos fod a
aan ca = Lt Leo?
s9.24(con8-1) +8 LY 9
\
N= 20 Bo0G70N
venas als
536mis'= 3360/2 / Ane
T2360N Ane
13-70, The package has a weight of 5 Ib and slides down
the chute. When it reaches the curved portion AB, itis
traveling at 8 ft/s (0 = 0°). If the chute is smooth,
determine the speed of the package when it reaches the
intermediate point C (@ = 30°) and when it reaches the
horizontal plane (0 = 45°). Also, find the normal force
‘on the package at C.
L Dye ma: Seon =
| ee ¢
ae moan a
Am eng wa sany = Se
ord u
sh
[fra =f sezempcaneny
1,
Mg 2A sr = 19,
ve = 19939 018
Ne 191% am
Mee ras aor
vy owe ane1371 Cartons having a mass of 5 kg are required to |
‘move along the assembly line at a constant speed of |
8 m/s, Determine the smallest radius of curvature, p, for
the conveyor so the cartons do not slip. The coefficients |
of static and kinetic friction between"a carton and the
conveyor are y, = 0.7 and uy = 0.5, respectively,
113-7, The smooth block B having amas of 02 kg. is
attached tothe vertex A of the right cular cone ting A
8 light cord. The cone is rotating at a constant angular
rate about the z axis such that the block attains a speed
of 05 m/s. At this speed, determine the tension in the
cord and the reaction which the cone exerts on the block,
[Neglect the sizeof the block.
2.0
a 50
20 ym = 0.120 m
“feb oma; 1-920.80(3)=[0a
a 1)
RIN Ane
1m -0.20.80(3), {ESO
Ny =0.888N Ane
0 J
" T
“Gen ()-o20m-0 a aes
MnOMN am *
ABE13-73, The 0.8-Mg caris traveling overthehill having the y
shape of a parabola. If the driver maintains a constant
speed of 9 m/s, determine both the resultant normal force
‘and the resultant frictional force that all the wheels of the
‘car cxert on the road at the instant it reaches point -
Neglect the size of the car
4 ty
Geometry: Hew, 2 = 0.00825 nd 5 » 0.00625. The Hope angle @
& ae
st point Ais given by ct
ee
w (80) @m-2657° |
6009.81)
dite aus of curvature a point is Bs2b.n7°
aL I0 Pr -o0osesrp a)
onan OT ean
Bauation of Motion : Here. «= 0. Applying By 13~8 with @ = 2657" snd
p= 22361 m, wehave 2
Brom: wioabastsr pam
Taam am
Beem: wiayearvere( 2
Neensen
13-74. A girl having a mass of 25 kg sits at the edge of
the merry-go-round so her center of mass G is at a
distance of 1.5 m from the axis of rotation. If the angular
motion of the platform is slowly increased so that the
Bir’s tangential component of acceleration can be
neglected, determine the maximum speed which she can
have before she begins to slip off the merry-go-round.
‘The coefficient of static friction between the girl and the
merry-go-round is 4, = 03,
Sag emg: 09004825 = 25 ae
y= 200013-75, The 10:b suitcase slides down the curved ramp
for which the coefficient of kinetic friction i py = 02.16
at the instant it reaches point A it has a speed of S ft/s,
determine the normal force on the suitcase and the
“qe
sear-(22,( 25)
PER ems 8 105066.31°= (505) a ae
s783=5.88 Ane
DYER =max; ~0.215.8783)+ Osin86 31°
aa20qe Ans
'*13-76. ‘The 2-kg spool 5 fits loosely on the inclined rod
for which the coefficient of static friction is 1, = 02. If
the spool is located 0.25 m from A, determine the
‘minimum constant speed the spool can have so that it
does not slip down the rod.
ean = ma:
ota ema:
13-77, The 2-kg spool S fits loosely on the inclined rod
for which the coefficient of static friction is u, = 02. If
the spool is located 0.25 m from A, determine the
maximum constant speed the spool can have so that it
does not slip up the rod.
22N
p= 02s(f) = 02m
3 4
ns) ~ 02m = 26
sean) -xoay «0
v= 0960m
p= onset = 02m
2
3, 4
MQ + 0a = ae
3
my ~ 02n,8) 208) = 0
y= 235N
vata Ane
L
‘5.319
ation
oa
Me13-78, The man has a mass of 80 kg and sits 3 m from
the center of the rotating platform. Due to the rotation
his speed is increased from rest by = 0.4 m/s?. If the
coefficient of static friction between his clothes and the
platform is 4," 03, determine the time required to
‘cause him to slip.
ER ma: 5 = 9x04 foros
hewn
ne ang fe .
ae eae) w= 1000.90
Fn Me = NOTOE
exces = [anes con
ssa = 1006+ oan)
Slee flose
ve oar
29875 = 04113-79. The skier starts from rest at A(10 m, 0) and
descends the smooth slope, which may be approximated
by a parabola. If she has a mass of 52 kg, determine the
normal force she exerts on the ground at the instant she
arrives at point B. Neglect the size of the skier. Hint: Use
the result of Prob. 13-58.
dy 0 @y
Comers tae, 2 a wt
pore sre
ono 2) =o ono"
‘and the Fadia of curvature at point B is
(49) |
U4 @y/asr 10 |
evar = 17a —|
Ven
ere
EAs ma; 528I)sind = —$24 a = -981 sind
Them mas N= s2.8rco0 =m
m
Kinematics: The speed of the skier can be determined using vdi
‘ads, Here, a, rust be in the dicetion of postive ds. Also, ds =
a, fi
VIF eFax Then, sind
98 my
‘Also, one can obtain v? by using the result of Prob, 13-58.
vm gh
(9 81)(5) = 98.1 m/s?
Substitte and p= 100m into Eg. (1)
52980)"13.80, The block has a weight of? Ib and itis free to
move along the smooth slot in the rotating disk. The
spring has a stiffness of 2.5 b/ft and an unstretched length
of 1.25 ft. Determine the force of the spring on the block
and the tangential component of force which the slot __
‘exerts on the side ofthe block, when the block is at rest
with respect to the disk and is traveling with a constant
speed of 12 ft/s
2 = ma
a= ma ase
wt = 2p:
L ® Xp-125)
fee 2552249" ~ 1.259) = 28
P= 1aip -288 = 0
Coan ihe pote rx i
pane
a asae-i2y = saree
13.81. If the bicycle and rider have a total weight of
180 Ib, determine the resultant normal force acting on the
bicycle when itis at point A while itis freely coasting at
v4 = 6fY/s. Also, compute the increase in the bicyclist’s
speed at this point, Neglect the resistance due to the wind
and the size of the bicycle and rider.
yee ma: mere = By13.82, The collar has a mass of 5 kg and is confined to
‘move along the smooth cireular rod which Ties in the
horizontal plane. The attached spring has an unstretched
length of 200 mm. If at the instant 6 = 30°, the collar has
8 speed v= 2m/s determine the magnitude of normal
force of the rod on the collar and the collar’s acceleration.
Equation of Motion : The spring frei given by Fy = Kb)
+= 40(2cos30?~0.2) = 61.28 N. The normal component of wscenon is
4 m3 Aopying Ea 13-8, we have
M508
=O M=4905N
Emmy: 612in 30 =5q 6.128 ae
ER ama; 61.2805 50°-N, =5(4) Ny = 3307 N
Thus, he again of the scseraion is
an NGF = (TH = 732m Ane
1d the magne of ermal fore is
Na (ERR = (BOSTTOR.
1343, A particle, having a mass of 15 kg, moves
4 path defined by the equations r= (4+) 1,
(i? 2) rad, and 2 = (6~ 2) m, where 1 is in seconds
Determine the r 8, and z components of foree which the
path exerts on the particle when
Peete 10m P= 3 a rao
athe tags Sedna
isbn sense Fe -6i3) 2-2?
16 20-106)? = 160 mist
4 = rB4 26 = 10(2)+ 20348) = bast
ae
ase
Ba
or Fe LS(160)=-HON Ame
h=men Fy
(44) =66N Ant
BR ema: A= 150.81)= 15-12) Au
e13-84. The path of motion of a S-Ib particle in the
horizontal plane is described in terms of polar coordinates
as r= (21+ 1) ft and @ = (0.51 —1) rad, where 1 is in
seconds. Determine the magnitude of the unbalanced force
acting on the particle when t
lisesnn
fe F,
m2 + Te fs =o
$057 thas
= mag: P= Np sin30 = 008(20)
wa ™ 7 .
FevstN Aes 7.2086
} Nye AN
13-98, Solve Prob. 13-97 if = 2rad/s? when
6 = Srad/s and 6 = 60°.
r= 08 sine
= 08 cond
i Fm 08 sino (3 + 08 cos
ons On2
| Mewar, r= 068
jer
F-16501
427-110) » ~16521-0.6028(57 = ~33861
28 = os + 205) « 21386
Rat; § = 3068-029 = 2268N
AE a ma; —1aeee Noort" © 0046-3384)
NB = mays Fy end0" = 000121386)
PeTRN Am
p= 22613.9. Fora short time, the 250-kg roller coaster car is
‘traveling along the spiral track such that its postion
measured from the top of the track has components,
7 = 8m, 6= (0.11 + 05) rad, and z = (0.21) m, where
# is im seconds. Determine the magnitudes of the
components of force which the track exerts on the car in
ther &.and directions atthe instant = 25 Neglect the
Kinematie: Has, r= 81, -=F 0. Taking te red ine dt
ur=2s, wehwve a me
82010405), 20700 6:
ono
£2024, zo
‘Applying s.12~28, we have
4 Ff? =0-8( 0100") = 008006?
55 =18 +218 = (0) +2(0)(0.200) =
qatno
Bquation of Motion
Lema; F=250(-0.0800) =-200N Ane
Bh,= maj; = 250(0) =0 Ans
hema: 29009.) =230(0)
A =USISN=245 EN Ane
913-100. Using a forked rod,a smooth eylinder C having.
‘amass of 05 kgs forced to move along the vertical slotted
path r = (0.5) m, where @ is in radians. f the angular
position of the arm is @ = (051?) rad, where ¢ is in
seconds, determine the force of the rod on the cylinder
and the normal force of the slot on the cylinder at the
instant ¢ = 2s. The cylinder is in contact with only one
edge of the tod and slot at any instant
pa0s0 r=058 F050
oxost ber Oat 5
needs,
ernd e145 B= 2radls B= 1nd oa
pelm falmie Fe0Smit
Arhanes
+050) .
anys a4 = 258) yoes.as
aa os
aah-r@ 205-107 2-35 $f8h =a
24 = 74278 = Wh) 2000) «5
2
% |
f joe ,
we Aan
6 %
ane
05-35,
= 3.0M0rin26.57° + 4.908524. 59° = 0.565)
FaLsiN Ane13-101, The ball has a mass of 2 kg and a negligible
size. It is originally traveling around the horizontal
circular path of radius ry = 0.5 m such that the angular
rate of rotation is dy = I rad/s. If the attached cord ABC
is drawn down through the hole at a constant speed
of 0.2 mms, determine the tension the cord exerts on
the ball at the instant r = 0.25 m. Also, compute the
angular velocity of the ball at this instant, Neglect the
effects of friction between the ball and horizontal plane.
Hint: First show that the equation of motion in the
4 direction yields ap = ri +26 = (1/r)(d(r26)/dt)
0. When integrated, r36 = c, where the constant ¢ is
39200) mi AnsIBAA. The rocket is docked next to a satellite located
18 Mm above the earth's surface. Ifthe satelite is traveling -
in a circular orbit, determine the speed tangent to the
earth's surface which must suddenly be given tothe rocket,
‘lative to the satelite, sch that travels in fre fight away
from the satellite along a parabolic trajectory as shown.
Central- Force Motion : in order forte sen w have circa f= fight
‘expo, from Ea 13~23, ¢=0. Sbstintee= Oinmo Bq 1317, we hve
‘Subtie¢= a yb, io Ba 1), we have
Hem 0 =(b278 (10) =24378( 10) mand vg 0, Tht Herein spend of tekst ae 8 esate gen by
Ym #0,-0, = 5719.81 dou
- [SUTTER _
aaron AOSD mls
moder tee bavespnbots fe figt econ, om Ey 13-2,
om
2 adh os 13 20
Se) ceas-20 13-20
Subsite these vale ino Ey. 13~17 gives
161529 w/s= 168 bls
ee lee, C=
en B EOHFH) (408) _ rae a
Hsp)
ou, om
om,
oe ETT STE
f= Se Oe - sr9a1al
Anecircular orbit about the earth is gi
£800 km from the earth's surface.
Paste eco
tiga bi
‘The change in ped should acer 3 perigee
13-119, Show the speed of a satellite launched into a
in by Eq, 13-25.
Determine the speed of a satelite launched parallel to
the surface of the earth so that it travels in a circular orbit
413-120. ‘The rocket is in a free-fight elliptical orbit
fabout the earth such that the eccentricity ofits orbit i €
‘and its perigee is ro Determine the minimum increment
Of speed it should have in order to escape the earth’s
fravitational field when iti at this point along its orbit
“Toeseae he car's graviation eld the rocket has to make a parabolic jet,
fo
erase
Ed :
Brower =o
whe nn #0,
wo emeno
nh = 0,
er 6 100-m ott
(oor TEI
= 6 mie = TAS meeISAZL The rocket is traveling in free flight along.
‘an elliptical trajectory A’A. “The planet has no
‘atmosphere, and its mass is 0.70 times that of the
earth's Ifthe rocket has an apogee and perigee as shown,
in the igure, determine the speed of the rocket when it
is at point 4
Gomnay
=6( 108) mand =0701, we have
Canral- Force Motion: User, =
ih 2910)
6x0
= FAA OM THU
C0
9( 108)
a1
J
1471.89 ms
AT nls Ans
134122. If the rocket in Prob. 13-121 is to land on the
‘surface of the planet, determine the required free-fight
speed it must have at A” so that it strikes the planet at B.
How long does it take for-the rocket 1o land, going from ___
A’ to B along an elliptical path?
%
Gomnay-
rp #3( 108) mand = 070M, we have
Genirat- Force Motion: User, =
with = 9(10°) os
suo
200) = eeRTOHONETEIET)_,
SOO
= 1181408 mis
Applying Ha 13-20, weave
Hy, 242} arn estas sotie Ae
(2)or [2A] enon «smu ae asti
(10°) (11814.08) = 25.442 107) . Ts,
Bg, 13-20 gies he 0,
sopireg By 13-31, wetave
mre
94.3) (108) VITOR
“samaml"
25527034
“The tine required for he rcket wg rom Awe B (half the obit) is given by
s-Zesnost eos
b—6Mim——L 9m ——

## Гораздо больше, чем просто документы.

Откройте для себя все, что может предложить Scribd, включая книги и аудиокниги от крупных издательств.

Отменить можно в любой момент.