By Ying, Shuh-Jing (Benjamin)
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The mass decreasing rate of rh = 3 kg/s. Solution. 20) are nonlinear and cannot be solved analytically. However, they can be integrated numerically by the Runge-Kutta method given in the Appendix A. 23) dz -- dt integrated together with Eqs. 21). Three trajectories are obtained for the three different values of thrust. The results are given in Fig. 3. 01 s and the total duration is more than 160 s. A convergence check is performed before the results are calculated. 2 Suppose that a space vehicle is moving from outer orbit into the atmosphere.
47) simultaneously leads to V(x - V~a. = V2x - Vlx = - 7 . 0 = - 1 2 . 0 7 Therefore, in the x direction, the velocities after the impact are V(x = - 7 . 00 m / s In the vector form, the velocities after the impact are V'1 = - 7 . 5 Prove that in a case of a two-car, head-on collision, the driver o f a heavier car is usually less severely injured. Solution. Let m l, m2 represent the mass o f the two cars. , m2 > m l , and the collision is elastic. Then, from the momentum equation, we have m l ( V [ - Vl) = m2(V2 - V~) m l A V I = m2AV2 The preceding result says that the change of momentum of car 1 equals that of car 2.
Rewrite Eq. 31) as H=r×mv For this example, it is convenient to use cylindrical coordinates. The position vector of the particle at time t is r = re o. wk F = 2 m i w = 2(1/30)(30)(50) = 100 (lbf) Therefore, the force between the block and the rod is 100 lbf. X Fig. 7 Block sliding on a rotating rod. 4 Work and Kinetic Energy Work usually is defined as a force F acting through a displacement x with the displacement occurring in the direction of the force. dr In general, if F and d r are not in the same direction, only the component of d r along F will contribute to the work.