- 7.7/1: Place your textbook on your desk, with fi xed axesoriented as shown...
- 7.7/2: Repeat the experiment of Prob. 7/1 but use a smallangle of rotation...
- 7.7/3: The solid cylinder is rotating about the fi xed axis OAwith a const...
- 7.7/4: A timing mechanism consists of the rotating distributorarm AB and t...
- 7.7/5: The rotor and shaft are mounted in a clevis whichcan rotate about t...
- 7.7/6: The disk rotates with a spin velocity of 15 rad /sabout its horizon...
- 7.7/7: The rotor B spins about its inclined axis OA at theangular speed N1...
- 7.7/8: A slender rod bent into the shape shown rotatesabout the fi xed lin...
- 7.7/9: The rod is hinged about the axis O-O of the clevis,which is attache...
- 7.7/10: The panel assembly and attached x-y-z axes rotatewith a constant an...
- 7.7/11: The motor of Sample 7/2 is shown againhere. If the motor pivots abo...
- 7.7/12: If the motor of Sample 7/2, repeated in Prob.7/11, reaches a speed ...
- 7.7/13: The spool A rotates about its axis with an angularvelocity of 20 ra...
- 7.7/14: In manipulating the dumbbell, the jaws of the roboticdevice have an...
- 7.7/15: Determine the angular acceleration of the dumbbellof Prob. 7/14 for...
- 7.7/16: The robot shown has fi ve degrees of rotational freedom.The x-y-z a...
- 7.7/17: For the robot of Prob. 7/16, determine the angular velocity and ang...
- 7.7/18: The wheel rolls without slipping in a circular arc ofradius R and m...
- 7.7/19: Determine expressions for the velocity v and accelerationa of point...
- 7.7/20: The circular disk of 120-mm radius rotates aboutthe z-axis at the c...
- 7.7/21: The crane has a boom of length OP = 24 m and isrevolving about the ...
- 7.7/22: The design of the rotating arm OA of a controlmechanism requires th...
- 7.7/23: For the rotating and oscillating control arm OA ofProb. 7/22, deter...
- 7.7/24: If the angular velocity 0 = 4j 3k rad /s ofthe rotor in Prob. 7/5 i...
- 7.7/25: The vertical shaft and attached clevis rotate aboutthe z-axis at th...
- 7.7/26: The right-circular cone A rolls on the fi xed rightcircularcone B a...
- 7.7/27: The pendulum oscillates about the x-axis accordingto = 6 sin 3t rad...
- 7.7/28: The solid right-circular cone of base radius r andheight h rolls on...
- 7.7/29: The solid cylinder has a body cone with a semivertexangle of 20. Mo...
- 7.7/30: The helicopter is nosing over at the constant rateq rad /s. If the ...
- 7.7/31: The helicopter is nosing over at the constant rateq rad /s. If the ...
- 7.7/32: If the angular rate p of the disk in Prob. 7/31 is increasingat the...
- 7.7/33: For the conditions of Prob. 7/31, determine the velocityvA and acce...
- 7.7/34: An unmanned radar-radio controlled aircraft withtilt-rotor propulsi...
- 7.7/35: End A of the rigid link is confi ned to move in thex-direction whil...
- 7.7/36: 6 The small motor M is pivoted about the x-axisthrough O and gives ...
- 7.7/37: The fl ight simulator is mounted on six hydraulicactuators connecte...
- 7.7/38: The robot of Prob. 7/16 is shown again here, wherethe coordinate sy...
- 7.7/39: The robot of Prob. 7/16 is shown again here, wherethe coordinate sy...
- 7.7/40: The spacecraft is revolving about its z-axis, whichhas a fi xed spa...
- 7.7/41: The disk has a constant angular velocity p aboutits z-axis, and the...
- 7.7/42: The collar and clevis A are given a constant upwardvelocity of 8 in...
- 7.7/43: The circular disk of 100-mm radius rotates about itsz-axis at the c...
- 7.7/44: Solve Prob. 7/43 by attaching the reference axesx-y-z to the rotati...
- 7.7/45: For the conditions described in Prob. 7/36, determinethe velocity v...
- 7.7/46: The circular disk is spinning about its own axis(y-axis) at the con...
- 7.7/47: The center O of the spacecraft is moving throughspace with a consta...
- 7.7/48: The thin circular disk of mass m and radius r is rotatingabout its ...
- 7.7/49: For the conditions specifi ed with Sample 7/2, except that is incre...
- 7.7/50: The wheel of radius r is free to rotate about thebent axle CO which...
- 7.7/51: The gyro rotor shown is spinning at the constantrate of 100 rev/ mi...
- 7.7/52: For a short interval of motion, collar A moves alongits fi xed shaf...
- 7.7/53: The three small spheres, each of mass m, are rigidlymounted to the ...
- 7.7/54: The spheres of Prob. 7/ 53 are replaced by three rods,each of mass ...
- 7.7/55: The aircraft landing gear viewed from the front isbeing retracted i...
- 7.7/56: The bent rod has a mass per unit length and rotatesabout the z-axis...
- 7.7/57: Use the results of Prob. 7/ 56 and determine the angularmomentum HG...
- 7.7/58: The slender rod of mass m and length l rotatesabout the y-axis as t...
- 7.7/59: The solid half-circular cylinder of mass m revolvesabout the z-axis...
- 7.7/60: The solid circular cylinder of mass m, radius r, andlength b revolv...
- 7.7/61: The elements of a reaction-wheel attitude-controlsystem for a space...
- 7.7/62: The gyro rotor is spinning at the constant rate p =100 rev/ min rel...
- 7.7/63: The slender steel rod AB weighs 6.20 lb and is securedto the rotati...
- 7.7/64: The rectangular plate, with a mass of 3 kg and auniform small thick...
- 7.7/65: The circular disk of mass m and radius r is mountedon the vertical ...
- 7.7/66: The right-circular cone of height h and base radius rspins about it...
- 7.7/67: Each of the slender rods of length l and mass mis welded to the cir...
- 7.7/68: The spacecraft shown has a mass m with mass centerG. Its radius of ...
- 7.7/69: The uniform circular disk of Prob. 7/48 with thethree components of...
- 7.7/70: The 4-in.-radius wheel weighs 6 lb and turns aboutits y-axis with a...
- 7.7/71: The assembly, consisting of the solid sphere of massm and the unifo...
- 7.7/72: In a test of the solar panels for a spacecraft, themodel shown is r...
- 7.7/73: Each of the two rods of mass m is welded to the faceof the disk, wh...
- 7.7/74: The slender shaft carries two offset particles, eachof mass m, and ...
- 7.7/75: The uniform slender bar of length l and mass m iswelded to the shaf...
- 7.7/76: If a torque M = Mk is applied to the shaft in Prob.7/ 75, determine...
- 7.7/77: The paint stirrer shown in the fi gure is made from arod of length ...
- 7.7/78: The 6-kg circular disk and attached shaft rotate ata constant speed...
- 7.7/79: Determine the bending moment M at the tangencypoint A in the semici...
- 7.7/80: If the semicircular rod of Prob. 7/ 79 starts from restunder the ac...
- 7.7/81: The large satellite-tracking antenna has a momentof inertia I about...
- 7.7/82: The plate has a mass of 3 kg and is welded to thefi xed vertical sh...
- 7.7/83: Each of the two semicircular disks has a mass of1.20 kg and is weld...
- 7.7/84: Solve Prob. 7/83 for the case where the assemblystarts from rest wi...
- 7.7/85: The uniform slender bar of mass per unit lengthis freely pivoted ab...
- 7.7/86: The circular disk of mass m and radius r is mountedon the vertical ...
- 7.7/87: The thin circular disk of mass m and radius R ishinged about its ho...
- 7.7/88: Determine the normal forces under the two disksof Sample 7/7 for th...
- 7.7/89: The uniform square plate of mass m is welded atO to the end of the ...
- 7.7/90: For the plate of mass m in Prob. 7/ 89, determine they- and z-compo...
- 7.7/91: The uniform slender rod of length l is welded to thebracket at A on...
- 7.7/92: The half-cylindrical shell of radius r, length 2b, andmass m revolv...
- 7.7/93: The homogeneous thin triangular plate of massm is welded to the hor...
- 7.7/94: If the homogeneous triangular plate of Prob. 7/ 93 isreleased from ...
- 7.7/95: A dynamics instructor demonstrates gyroscopic principlesto his stud...
- 7.7/96: The student has volunteered to assist in a classroomdemonstration i...
- 7.7/97: A car makes a turn to the right on a level road.Determine whether t...
- 7.7/98: The 50-kg wheel is a solid circular disk which rollson the horizont...
- 7.7/99: The special-purpose fan is mounted as shown. Themotor armature, sha...
- 7.7/100: An airplane has just cleared the runway with atakeoff speed v. Each...
- 7.7/101: An experimental antipollution bus is powered bythe kinetic energy s...
- 7.7/102: The 210-kg rotor of a turbojet aircraft engine hasa radius of gyrat...
- 7.7/103: A small air compressor for an aircraft cabin consistsof the 3.50-kg...
- 7.7/104: The two solid cones with the same base and equalaltitudes are spinn...
- 7.7/105: The blades and hub of the helicopter rotor weigh140 lb and have a r...
- 7.7/106: The 4-oz top with radius of gyration about its spinaxis of 0.62 in....
- 7.7/107: The fi gure shows a gyro mounted with a verticalaxis and used to st...
- 7.7/108: Each of the identical wheels has a mass of 4 kg anda radius of gyra...
- 7.7/109: If the wheel in case (a) of Prob. 7/ 108 is forced toprecess about ...
- 7.7/110: The fi gure shows the side view of the wheel carriage(truck) of a r...
- 7.7/111: The primary structure of a proposed space stationconsists of fi ve ...
- 7.7/112: The uniform 640-mm rod has a mass of 3 kg andis welded centrally to...
- 7.7/113: The electric motor has a total weight of 20 lb andis supported by t...
- 7.7/114: The spacecraft shown is symmetrical about its z-axisand has a radiu...
- 7.7/115: The 8-lb rotor with radius of gyration of 3 in. rotateson ball bear...
- 7.7/116: The housing of the electric motor is freely pivotedabout the horizo...
- 7.7/117: The thin ring is projected into the air with a spinvelocity of 300 ...
- 7.7/118: A boy throws a thin circular disk (like a Frisbee)with a spin rate ...
- 7.7/119: The fi gure shows a football in three common inflight confi guratio...
- 7.7/120: The rectangular bar is spinning in space about itslongitudinal axis...
- 7.7/121: The 5-kg disk and hub A have a radius of gyrationof 85 mm about the...
- 7.7/122: The uniform slender bar of mass m and length l iscentrally mounted ...
- 7.7/123: The solid circular disk of mass m and small thicknessis spinning fr...
- 7.7/124: The earth-scanning satellite is in a circular orbitof period . The ...
- 7.7/125: The two solid homogeneous right-circular cones,each of mass m, are ...
- 7.7/126: The solid cylindrical rotor weighs 64.4 lb and ismounted in bearing...
- 7.7/127: The cylindrical shell is rotating in space about itsgeometric axis....
- 7.7/128: The solid cube of mass m and side a revolves aboutan axis M-M throu...
- 7.7/129: An experimental car is equipped with a gyro stabilizerto counteract...
- 7.7/130: The wheels of the jet plane are spinning at theirangular rate corre...
- 7.7/131: The motor turns the disk at the constant speedp = 30 rad /sec. The ...
- 7.7/132: The collars at the ends of the telescoping link ABslide along the f...
- 7.7/133: The solid cone of mass m, base radius r, and altitudeh is spinning ...
- 7.7/134: The rectangular steel plate of mass 12 kg iswelded to the shaft wit...
- 7.7/135: The circular disk of radius r is mounted on itsshaft which is pivot...
- 7.7/136: Determine the angular acceleration for the rollingcircular disk of ...
- 7.7/137: Determine the velocity v of point A on the disk ofProb. 7/ 135 for ...
- 7.7/138: Determine the acceleration a of point A on thedisk of Prob. 7/ 135 ...
- 7.7/139: A top consists of a ring of mass m = 0.52 kg andmean radius r = 60 ...
- 7.7/140: The uniform circular disk of 4-in. radius and smallthickness weighs...
- 7.7/141: Rework Prob. 7/ 140 if , instead of being constantat 20, is increas...
- 7.7/142: The dynamic imbalance of a certain crankshaftis approximated by the...
- 7.7/143: Each of the two right-angle bent rods weighs 2.80 lband is parallel...
- 7.7/144: Each of the quarter-circular plates has a mass of2 kg and is secure...
- 7.7/145: Calculate the bending moment M in the shaft at Ofor the rotating as...
- 7.7/146: The half-cylindrical shell of mass m, radius r, andlength b revolve...

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