Advanced Dynamics by Ying, Shuh-Jing (Benjamin)

By Ying, Shuh-Jing (Benjamin)

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26) states that the angular momentum of the system with respect to point 0 equals the sum of the angular momentum of total mass M at point Or with 40 ADVANCED DYNAMICS respect to 0 and the angular momentum of the system with respect to the center of mass. Furthermore, from the right hand of Eq. 28) Differentiating Eq. 26) with respect to time and using Eqs. 28), we obtain -dt- H = - ~ ( r x M i ) + -~ . 29) From Eq. 29), we see that the total moment acting on the system with respect to point 0 equals the sum of the moment produced by the total external force with respect to point 0 and the moment of the system with respect to point 0'.

The infinitesimal volume under consideration is dv = (2zrr '2 sinO)dOdr' The distance between p and dv is L = ~ / r 2 + r '2 -- 2rr'cosO Using Eq. 34) r where M is the mass of the solid sphere. This result states that the potential of unit mass outside a solid sphere is equivalent to that of a point mass with the same mass concentrated at the center of the sphere. From the result of Eq. 35) where er is the unit vector along r. This expression is used for calculating the gravitational acceleration.

Assume that the drivers have the same mass. Thus the inertial force acting on the driver is Av m d -At Comparing the inertial force acting on the two drivers, we have md AV2 At m~ Because the inertial force on the driver in car 2 is less than that on the driver in car 1, the injury to the driver in a heavier car is less than that in the lighter car. 6 Estimate the difference in impact force for the following two cases: 1) Two cars have the same constant velocity of 50 mph but in opposite direction, and 2) 50 ADVANCED DYNAMICS one of the cars is accelerating at 5 ft/s 2 although at the time o f collision the cars' velocities are the same as case 1.

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