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KINEMATICS OF PARTICLES 1. The angular acceleration of a flywheel of diameter 0.6 m, rotating about its centroidal axis is

given by α = θ /4 rad/s2 where θ is in radians. Determine the magnitude of the velocity and magnitude of resultant acceleration of a point on the rim of the flywheel at θ = 2 radians. Ans. : assuming at θ = 0, ω = 0, v = 0.3 m/s, a = 0.335 m/s2

2. A particle moves in the x-y plane with acceleration components aX = - 3 m/s2 and aY = -16 m/s2.

If its initial velocity is v0 = 50 m/s directed at 300 to the axis compute the radius of curvature of the path at t=2 seconds.

Hint : 1/ς = ( Vxay - Vyax) / ((Vx2 + Vy2)3/2) Ans. : 88.47 m 3. A train starts from rest on a curved path of radius 800m. Its speed increases uniformly and

after 3 minutes it is 72km/hr. Find the tangential, normal and total accelerations after 2 minutes. Ans. : at = 1/9 m/s2, an =2/9m/s2

4. A car starts from rest at t = 0 along a circular track of radius 200m. The rate of increase in

speed of the car is uniform. At the end of 60 sec. The speed of the car is 24km/hr. Find the normal and tangential components of acceleration at time t= 30sec. Ans. : at=1/9 m/s2, an=1/18 m/s2

5. A particle moves along a circle of radius 20 cm so that S=20πt2 cm. Find its tangential and normal accelerations after it has completed a revolution. Ans. : at = 40 π cm/sec2, an =160 π2 cm/sec2

6. A particle moves according to the equation r(t)=50 cos4t2 i + 50sin4t2 j where distance are in

cm and the time in sec. Find its velocity, tangential and normal accelerations. Ans. : v=400cm/s2, at=400, an=3200 t2 cm/sec2 7. The motion of a particles is defined by a relation- r(t) = 30 sin(2t2).i + 30 cos(2t2 ).j Find the

velocity, tangential and normal components of accelerations at time t = 3 sec. 8. A car travels along a depression in a road, the equation of the depression being x2 = 200y. The

speed of the car is constant and equal to 72 Km/hour. Find its acceleration when the car is at the deepest point in the depression. What is the radius of curvature of the depression at this point? Ans. : ρ = 100m, a = an = 4m/sec2

9. The movement of a particle is defined by r(t) = t i+ t2 j where t is in sec and distances in m.

Find the minimum radius of curvature of the path and the velocity and acceleration at this point. (T) Ans. : v=1m/sec , an =2m/sec2, ρ=0.5m

10. Particle moves in a plane with constant acceleration a = 2 i m/s2. At t = 0 the velocity of the

particle was V0= i + 1.732 j m/s. Find the radius of curvature of its path at t =1sec and the tangential and normal components of the acceleration. (T) Ans. : an = 1m/s2, at = √3m/s2, ρ=12m

11. A particle moves in xy-plane with velocity components Vx = (8t- 2) & Vy = 2. If it passes

through point (x,y) = (14 , 4) when t=2sec, determine the equation of the path traced by the particle. Find also the resultant acceleration at t=2 sec. Ans. : x=y2-y+2, a=8 m/s2→

12. A particle moves with constant speed of 3m/s along the path y=3x2. Find the acceleration of the particle when x=0.5m. (T) Ans. : 1.7m/s2, 18.450

13. A point moves along a path y=x2/3 with a constant speed of 8m/s. What are the x and y

components of its velocity when x=3? What is the acceleration of the point at this instant? Ans. : Vx=3.76m/s, Vy=7.152m/s, a=3.84m/s2

14. The position vector of a particle is given by r = 2t2 .i+4t-2 .j (m) where t is in seconds. When t =

1sec, determine : (a) the magnitudes of normal and tangential components of acceleration of the particle and (b) the radius of curvature of the path. Ans. : at=19.68 m/s2, an=14.32 m/s2 5.586m

15. A skier travels with a constant speed of 6 m/s along the parabolic path y= x2 / 20. Determine

his velocity and acceleration at the instant he arrives at A. Neglect the size of the skier in the calculation.

Ans. : aA=1.27 m/s2 1350 with horizontal 16. A car is traveling along a circular curve having a radius of 50 m. if its speed is 16 m/s and is

increasing uniformly at 8 m/s2, determine the magnitude of its acceleration at this instant. Ans. : 9.50 m/s2

17. A jet plane flies along the vertical curve having a radius of 800 m. If is speed is uniformly

increased from 180 m/s to 230 m/s in 4 s, determine the magnitude of its acceleration at the instant the plane's speed is 200 m/s. Ans. : 51.5 m/s2

18. A point moves along a path y = 3x2 with a constant speed of 8 m/s. What are the x and y

components of its velocity when x= 3m. What is the acceleration at this point?

Y=3x2

3 m/s

y

x 0.5 m

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