Solution 63GP Introduction We shall have to calculate net torque first followed by linear acceleration and time.
Step 1: Given that, diameter = 12 cm Radius R = 6 cm R = 0.06 m Mass of the pulley M = 2.0 kg 1 2 2 Therefore, its moment of inertia I = ×2.0 kg×(0.06) kg.m 2 I = 0.0036 kg.m Let T be the tension of the rope attached to the 4.0 kg mass and T be the tension of the 1 2 rope attached to the 2.0 kg mass. For the 4.0 kg mass, the equation of motion can be written as follows. 4gT = 41 ( a is the acceleration) T =14g4a…..(1) For the 2.0 kg mass, the equation of motion can be written as follows. T 2g = 2a 2 T =22g+2a…..(2) Thus, torque on the pulley = (T T1)0.062N.m (from equations (1) and (2)) Now, the net torque excluding the frictional torque = (T T )0.06 N.m0.50 N.m 1 2 …..(3)
Textbook: Calculus: Early Transcendentals
Author: William L. Briggs, Lyle Cochran, Bernard Gillett
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