- 14.14.1: A 30-g bullet is fired with a horizontal velocity of 450 m/s and be...
- 14.14.2: 2 A 30-g bullet is fired with a horizontal velocity of 450 m/s thro...
- 14.14.3: Car A weighing 4000 lb and car B weighing 3700 lb are at rest on a ...
- 14.14.4: A bullet is fired with a horizontal velocity of 1500 ft/s through a...
- 14.14.5: Two swimmers A and B, of weight 190 lb and 125 lb, respectively, ar...
- 14.14.6: A 180-lb man and a 120-lb woman stand side by side at the same end ...
- 14.14.7: A 40-Mg boxcar A is moving in a railroad switchyard with a velocity...
- 14.14.8: Packages in an automobile parts supply house are transported to the...
- 14.14.9: A system consists of three particles A, B, and C. We know that mA 5...
- 14.14.10: For the system of particles of Prob. 14.9, determine (a ) the posit...
- 14.14.11: A system consists of three particles A, B, and C. We know that WA 5...
- 14.14.12: For the system of particles of Prob. 14.11, determine (a) the compo...
- 14.14.13: A system consists of three particles A, B, and C. We know that mA 5...
- 14.14.14: For the system of particles of Prob. 14.13, determine (a) the posit...
- 14.14.15: A 13-kg projectile is passing through the origin O with a velocity ...
- 14.14.16: A 300-kg space vehicle traveling with a velocity v0 5 (360 m/s)i pa...
- 14.14.17: A 2-kg model rocket is launched vertically and reaches an altitude ...
- 14.14.18: An 18-kg cannonball and a 12-kg cannonball are chained together and...
- 14.14.19: Car A was traveling east at high speed when it collided at point O ...
- 14.14.20: Car A was traveling east at high speed when it collided at point O ...
- 14.14.21: An expert archer demonstrates his ability by hitting tennis balls t...
- 14.14.22: Two spheres, each of mass m, can slide freely on a frictionless, ho...
- 14.14.23: In a game of pool, ball A is moving with a velocity v0 when it stri...
- 14.14.24: A 6-kg shell moving with a velocity v0 5 (12 m/s)i 2 (9 m/s)j 2 (36...
- 14.14.25: A 6-kg shell moving with a velocity v0 5 (12 m/s)i 2 (9 m/s)j 2 (36...
- 14.14.26: In a scattering experiment, an alpha particle A is projected with t...
- 14.14.27: Derive the relation HO 5 r 3 mv 1 HG between the angular momenta HO...
- 14.14.28: Show that Eq. (14.23) may be derived directly from Eq. (14.11) by s...
- 14.14.29: Consider the frame of reference Ax9y9z9 in translation with respect...
- 14.14.30: Show that the relation oMA 5 H . A, where H9 A is defined by Eq. (1...
- 14.14.31: Determine the energy lost due to friction and the impacts for Prob....
- 14.14.32: In Prob. 14.4, determine the energy lost as the bullet (a) passes t...
- 14.14.33: In Prob. 14.6, determine the work done by the woman and by the man ...
- 14.14.34: Determine the energy lost as a result of the series of collisions d...
- 14.14.35: Two automobiles A and B, of mass mA and mB, respectively, are trave...
- 14.14.36: It is assumed that each of the two automobiles involved in the coll...
- 14.14.37: Solve Sample Prob. 14.4, assuming that cart A is given an initial h...
- 14.14.38: Two hemispheres are held together by a cord which maintains a sprin...
- 14.14.39: A 15-lb block B starts from rest and slides on the 25-lb wedge A, w...
- 14.14.40: A 40-lb block B is suspended from a 6-ft cord attached to a 60-lb c...
- 14.14.41: In a game of pool, ball A is moving with a velocity v0 of magnitude...
- 14.14.42: In a game of pool, ball A is moving with a velocity v0 of magnitude...
- 14.14.43: Three spheres, each of mass m, can slide freely on a frictionless, ...
- 14.14.44: In a game of pool, ball A is moving with the velocity v0 5 v0i when...
- 14.14.45: Two small spheres A and B, of mass 2.5 kg and 1 kg, respectively, a...
- 14.14.46: A 900-lb space vehicle traveling with a velocity v0 5 (1500 ft/s)k ...
- 14.14.47: Four small disks A, B, C, and D can slide freely on a frictionless ...
- 14.14.48: In the scattering experiment of Prob. 14.26, it is known that the a...
- 14.14.49: Three identical small spheres, each of weight 2 lb, can slide freel...
- 14.14.50: 0 Three small spheres A, B, and C, each of mass m, are connected to...
- 14.14.51: In a game of billiards, ball A is given an initial velocity v0 alon...
- 14.14.52: For the game of billiards of Prob. 14.51, it is now assumed that v0...
- 14.14.53: Two small disks A and B, of mass 3 kg and 1.5 kg, respectively, may...
- 14.14.54: Two small disks A and B, of mass 2 kg and 1 kg, respectively, may s...
- 14.14.55: Three small identical spheres A 14.10 Variable Systems of Particles...
- 14.14.56: Three small identical spheres A, B, and C, which can slide on a hor...
- 14.14.57: A stream of water of cross-section area A1 and velocity v1 strikes ...
- 14.14.58: A jet ski is placed in a channel and is tethered so that it is stat...
- 14.14.59: A stream of water of cross-section area A and velocity v1 strikes a...
- 14.14.60: A stream of water of cross-section area A and velocity v1 strikes a...
- 14.14.61: A rotary power plow is used to remove snow from a level section of ...
- 14.14.62: Tree limbs and branches are being fed at A at the rate of 5 kg/s in...
- 14.14.63: Sand falls from three hoppers onto a conveyor belt at a rate of 90 ...
- 14.14.64: The stream of water shown flows at a rate of 550 L/min and moves wi...
- 14.14.65: The nozzle discharges water at the rate of 340 gal/min. Knowing the...
- 14.14.66: A high-speed jet of air issues from nozzle A with a velocity of vA ...
- 14.14.67: Coal is being discharged from a first conveyor belt at the rate of ...
- 14.14.68: A mass q of sand is discharged per unit time from a conveyor belt m...
- 14.14.69: The total drag due to air friction on a jet airplane traveling at 9...
- 14.14.70: While cruising in level flight at a speed of 600 mi/h, a jet plane ...
- 14.14.71: In order to shorten the distance required for landing, a jet airpla...
- 14.14.72: The helicopter shown can produce a maximum downward air speed of 80...
- 14.14.73: A floor fan designed to deliver air at a maximum velocity of 6 m/s ...
- 14.14.74: The jet engine shown scoops in air at A at a rate of 200 lb/s and d...
- 14.14.75: A jet airliner is cruising at a speed of 900 km/h with each of its ...
- 14.14.76: A 16-Mg jet airplane maintains a constant speed of 774 km/h while c...
- 14.14.77: The propeller of a small airplane has a 2-m-diameter slipstream and...
- 14.14.78: The wind turbinegenerator shown has an output-power rating of 1.5 M...
- 14.14.79: A wind turbine-generator system having a diameter of 82.5 m produce...
- 14.14.80: While cruising in level flight at a speed of 570 mi/h, a jet airpla...
- 14.14.81: In a Pelton-wheel turbine, a stream of water is deflected by a seri...
- 14.14.82: A circular reentrant orifice (also called Bordas mouthpiece) of dia...
- 14.14.83: Gravel falls with practically zero velocity onto a conveyor belt at...
- 14.14.84: The depth of water flowing in a rectangular channel of width b at a...
- 14.14.85: Determine the rate of flow in the channel of Prob. 14.84, knowing t...
- 14.14.86: A chain of length l and mass m lies in a pile on the floor. If its ...
- 14.14.87: Solve Prob. 14.86, assuming that the chain is being lowered to the ...
- 14.14.88: The ends of a chain lie in piles at A and C. When released from res...
- 14.14.89: A toy car is propelled by water that squirts from an internal tank ...
- 14.14.90: A toy car is propelled by water that squirts from an internal tank....
- 14.14.91: The main propulsion system of a space shuttle consists of three ide...
- 14.14.92: The main propulsion system of a space shuttle consists of three ide...
- 14.14.93: A rocket weighs 2600 lb, including 2200 lb of fuel, which is consum...
- 14.14.94: A space vehicle describing a circular orbit about the earth at a sp...
- 14.14.95: A 540-kg spacecraft is mounted on top of a rocket with a mass of 19...
- 14.14.96: The rocket used to launch the 540-kg spacecraft of Prob. 14.95 is r...
- 14.14.97: A communications satellite weighing 10,000 lb, including fuel, has ...
- 14.14.98: Determine the increase in velocity of the communications satellite ...
- 14.14.99: Determine the distance separating the communications satellite of P...
- 14.14.100: For the rocket of Prob. 14.93, determine (a) the altitude at which ...
- 14.14.101: Determine the altitude reached by the spacecraft of Prob. 14.95 whe...
- 14.14.102: For the spacecraft and the two-stage launching rocket of Prob. 14.9...
- 14.14.103: In a jet airplane, the kinetic energy imparted to the exhaust gases...
- 14.14.104: In a rocket, the kinetic energy imparted to the consumed and ejecte...
- 14.14.105: Three identical cars are being unloaded from an automobile carrier....
- 14.14.106: A 30-g bullet is fired with a velocity of 480 m/s into block A, whi...
- 14.14.107: An 80-Mg railroad engine A coasting at 6.5 km/h strikes a 20-Mg fla...
- 14.14.108: In a game of pool, ball A is moving with a velocity v0 when it stri...
- 14.14.109: Mass C, which has a mass of 4 kg, is suspended from a cord attached...
- 14.14.110: A 15-lb block B is at rest and a spring of constant k 5 72 lb/in is...
- 14.14.111: Car A was at rest 9.28 m south of point O when it was struck in the...
- 14.14.112: The nozzle shown discharges water at the rate of 200 gal/min. Knowi...
- 14.14.113: Prior to takeoff, the pilot of a 6000-lb twin-engine airplane tests...
- 14.14.114: A railroad car of length L and mass m0 when empty is moving freely ...
- 14.14.115: A garden sprinkler has four rotating arms, each of which consists o...
- 14.14.116: A chain of length l and mass m falls through a small hole in a plat...

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