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Chapter 13

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Chapter 13 80218 - PHYS 1220 - 001

Jacob Edwards
Clemson
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Date Created: 04/09/16
Chapter 13  In translational motion the more massive particle has the most rotational inertia  Mass distribution with respect to the rotational axis also impacts rotational inertia; the farther away the mass is from the rotational axis the more rotational inertia will exist.  Rotational inertia can be found by: n 2  I= ∑ m i i i=1 M is the mass of the particle r is the distance from the rotational axis  The rotational inertia on a continuous object such as a bicycle wheel is: I= ∫ dm2  The parallel axis theorem where M is mass, h is the perpendicular distance between the new axis and the axis through the center of mass and I CM is the rotational inertia around the center of mass 2 I=I CM +M h  Kinetic Energy for rotating object: 1 2 K r I ω 2 Conservation of energy holds true for rotational motion similar to translational motion K +i +UriW=Ki+K +U +∆f rf f th K-iis the translational kinetic K riis rotational kinetic Newtons second law is shown through torque and is the sum of all torque. If the system is conserved torque initial is equal to torque final

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