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CALC At t = 0 the current to a dc electric motor is

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Problem 6E

CALC? At t = 0 the current to a dc electric motor is reversed, resulting in an angular displacement of the motor shaft given by ?(t) = (250 rad/s)t – (20.0 rad/s2)t2 – (1.50 rad/s3)t3. (a) At what time is the angular velocity of the motor shaft zero? (b) Calculate the angular acceleration at the instant that the motor shaft has zero angular velocity. (c) How many revolutions does the motor shaft turn through between the time when the current is reversed and the instant when the angular velocity is zero? (d) How fast was the motor shaft rotating at t = 0, when the current was reversed? (e) Calculate the average angular velocity for the time period from t = 0 to the time calculated in part (a).

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Solution 6E Step 1 of 6: d Zt) = d , Zt) = Z , avz = dt dt t 2 3 2 Z (250 rad /s ) (40 rad /s )t (4.5 rad/s )t 2 3 Z= (40 rad /s ) (9 rad /s )t Step 2 of 6: a) setting = 0 results in a quadratic in t. the only positive root is t = 4.23 s Z Step 3 of 6: b) At t = 4.23 s = (40 rad /s ) (9 rad /s )4.23, Z 2 z= 78.1 rad/m

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Textbook: University Physics
Edition: 13
Author: Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman
ISBN: 9780321675460

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