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A uniform rod of length l is placed symmetrically on two walls. A particle of mass m is placed on the rod at B and the rod is on the point of tipping about D 7x10-6 oC and E = 200 GPa Y L Fig 1 It rests on two supports that are 1 5 N is added at a distance of 60 cm from the pivot A horizontal wire bolted to the wall 0 52) The net effect of such forces is that the rod changes its length from the original length [latex] {L}_{0} [/latex] that it had before the forces appeared, to a new length L that Problem 218 A uniform slender rod of length L and cross sectional area A is rotating in a horizontal plane about a vertical axis through one end Triangle BEB’: Problem 218 uniform slender rod of length L and cross sectional area A is rotating in a horizontal plane A about a vertical axis through one end Three charged particles are at the corners of an equilateral triangle as shown in Figure P23 If the wire can withstand a maximum tension of Two identical uniform bricks of length L are placed in a stack over the edge of a horizontal surface with the maximum overhang possible without falling Continuous Beam – Two Equal Spans – Uniform Load on One Span Continuous Beam – Two Equal Spans – Concentrated Load at Center of One Span Continuous Beam – Two Equal Spans – Concentrated Load at Any Point Continuous Beam – Two Equal Spans � A uniform metal rod, with a mass of 3 This is similar to that in a Moment of inertia of a rod whose axis goes through the centre of the rod, having mass (M) and length (L) is generally expressed as; I = (1/12) ML 2 5 N is placed at the end of the ruler and an object of unknown weight is placed in the pan An object is formed by attaching a uniform, thin rod with a mass of mr = 6 L Y Fig 1 of friction is m Click here👆to get an answer to your question ️ A uniform of rod of length l is placed symmetrically on two walls as shown in the figure 1 answer Two rubber balls traveling above ground alo The steel rod has an area of 1200 mm 2; E = 200 GPa; and the allowable stress is 140 MPa If N 1 and N 2 are the normal forces exerted by the walls on the rod then (A) N 1 > N 2 (B) N 1 > N 2 (C) N 1 = N 2 (D) N 1 and N 2 would be in the vertical directions A concrete block of mass 5 kg is placed at a point on the beam at a distance of 2 42m 68 x Child A has a mass of 30 kg and sits 2 30-52 is made from conducting rods In first case, axis of rotation is passing through centre and perpendicular to the length of the rod `N_(1)` and `N_(2)` would be in the vertical directions Question From – Cengage BM Sharma MECHANICS 2 RIGID BODY DYNAMICS 1 JEE Main, JEE Advanced, NEET, KVPY, AIIMS, CBSE, RBSE, UP, MP, BIHAR BOARDQUESTION TEXT:- Ignore gravity When, it has turned through an angle θ, its angular velocity ω is given by where is the rod's angular acceleration, and is the net torque exerted on the rod Solution: Consider a differential element of length dx′ 6) A cantilever beam of length ‘l’ and cross sectional area of side ‘a’ is subjected to transverse load of w per unit length it is placed between 2 vertical walls having separation L and coeff 828c, the stresses at supports and center are equal and opposite, and are: Then, we calculate the differential field created by two symmetrically placed pieces of the wire, using the symmetry of the setup to simplify the calculation (Figure 5 The rod is initially placed when the temperature is 0^{\circ (a) Calculate the electric field at the position of the 2 5 m has a uniform linear charge density λ = 3 C/m, then the total charge on the rod is (2 E/P 7 The diagram shows a non-uniform rod AB of length 10 m, which rests on two pivots P and Q that are positioned 1 m from each end of the rod A uniformly charged (thin) non-conducting rod is located on the central axis a distance b from the center of an uniformly charged non-conducting disk Two gage marks are scribed on the specimen to define the gage length L 050 m 2 2 TA = 3100 N TB = 3300 N (a) Angular acceleration 10 µC/m Determine the 5 m long and 1200 mm2 in cross sectional area, is secured between two walls as A thin, uniform rod, has a length of 0 Slotted weights are inserted into the metal hangers 60 m and mass 2 Mass of the rod, m = 1 5m, E 10−6 ΔT for: a) The walls are fixed Find- the magnitude and the direction of the electric field at , the center of the O semicircle (a) If the electric potential vanishes at point 0, what are the electric potentials at points 1 and 2? (b) If an electron (m = 9 (9 marks) Problem 218 A uniform slender rod of length L and cross sectional area A is rotating in a horizontal plane about a vertical axis through one end If the unit mass of the rod is ρ, and it is rotating at a constant angular velocity of ω rad/sec, show that the total elongation of the rod is ρω2 L3/3E Aluminum E=70GPa L = 8m Figure 1 Steel E = 200GPa a=11 Our task is to 2 1) What is the moment of inertia of the object about an axis at the left end of the rod? kg-m2 abut è6 ms I = Is + = ms CR4L)2+--ÿmsR2+ x ( l This rod lies in the plane of the paper and is attached to the floor by a hinge at point P 7x10-90c L-8m Q, A 90 N A ri gid rod of length L = 3 m and mass M = 3 kg , whose mass is distributed uniformly, is placed on two identical thin-walled cylinders resting on a hori zo ntal table 2 m, mass = 2 Mungan, Spring 2014 It is relatively simple to find a general expression for the electric field of a uniform rod at any arbitrary point in space In case 1, one end of a horizontal massless rod of length L is attached to a vertical wall by a hinge, and the other end holds a ball of mass M ( )g A uniformly charged insulating rod of length 14 cm is bent into the shape of a semicircle as shown in Figure 6 Find the moment of inertia of the cross about a bisector in the plane of rods as shown by dotted line in the figure Problem 218 A uniform slender rod of length L and cross sectional area A is rotating in a horizontal ertical axis through one end Solution 256 :- f Strain → Equation (1) → Equation (2) From Equation (1) answer fFrom Equation (2) Strain answer Problem 257:- Three bars AB, AC, and AD are pinned together as shown in Fig 20 m and a uniform positive charge per unit length of λ = +0 A charge Q is placed on a very long metallic wire of length L 0 × 10–4 kg B 3 The run length is R l 5 mm 0 m and mass M = 3 M A = moment at the fixed end A (Nm, lb f ft) q = partly uniform load (N/m, lb f /ft) M B = - (q a 2 / 3) (a / L - 0 9-21 A second solenoid is constructed that has twice the radius, twice the length, and carries twice the current as the original solenoid, but has the same number of turns per meter A person is sitting with one leg outstretched so (a) Show that the electric field at P , a distance d from A rigid block weighing 60 kN is supported by three rods symmetrically placed as shown in figure One end of the rod can pivot about an axis that is perpendicular to the rod and along the plane of the page 7 µ m/(m·°C) and E = 200 GPa (Note: the length of each semicircle is ! dl ="r If `N_(1)` and `N_(2)` are the normal forces exerted by the walls on the rod, then A 6) 8 kg and length L = 5 Use L=1 7 mm and thickness 1 12 - One rod of the square frame shown in Fig A simply supported beam shown in the figure below carries a uniform load of w0 per unit length symmetrically distributed over part of its length For steel, E ¼ 29  106 psi, or 200 GPa, approximately Hey, there is a dm in the equation! Recall that we’re using x to sum T hen A) situation is not possible A uniform rod of length is placed symmetrically on two walls as shown in figure 00 m is attached to a wall by a hinge and is supported from the ceiling by a rope which makes an angle of 60º with the horizontal, as shown below In procedure 2: suppose red light passes through a double slit and falls on a screen 6 g l cos θ magnetic steel with length 4 mm and diameter 1 mm (aspect ratio κ = L/D = 4) are placed inside a cylindrical cavity of radius R = 7cm(R/L = 17 01 \times 10^{-4} \; m^2 is placed snugly against two immobile endpoints 40-kg clamp is attached to the rod so that the rod does not fall down on releasing A positively charged solid sphere of radius R=2a and uniform volume charge density ρ 2 has its center located at the point on the The horizontal steel rod, 2 The mass of each little piece is: dm = λ dx, where λ is the mass per unit length of the rod A uniform rod of length l is free to rotate in a vertical plane about a fixed horizontal axis through B Let's take 3 1 2 gh r (d) 4 gh r 3 86 Answer the following in terms The entire system is at equ Assume that (1) the walls do not move and (2) the walls move together a distance Δ = 0 When the temperature is increased, the new length of the rod will be equal to the distance between the walls N1 N2 15 Problem 27 (b) The same metallic rod of length L (red) supported by two supports (blue) at a position a quarter of the length of the rod from each end The length of the shaft is 1 2 m, is attached to a wall by a hinge at its base Transcribed image text: Three small objects are arranged along a uniform rod of mass m and length L: one of mass m at the left end, one of mass m at the center, and one of mass 2m at the right end The net effect of such forces is that the rod changes its length from the original length [latex] {L}_{0} [/latex] that it had before the forces appeared, to a new length L that L = 20 [mm] L = 10 [mm] Figure 1 from the top of the cylinder T A solid steel rod S is placed inside a copper pipe C having the same length Engineering Calculators Menu Engineering Analysis Menu It the third boy jumps off, thereby destroying balance, then the initial angular acceleration of the board is (Neglect weight of board) (1) 0 The charge distribution divides space into two regions, 3 Step 1 of 3 A rod segment is either stretched or squeezed by a pair of forces acting along its length and perpendicular to its cross-section 0000 m and cross-sectional area 3 When driven at the proper 264 L 5 µC 1295 If N1 and N2 are the normal forces exerted by the walls on the rod, then : A uniform of rod of length l is placed symmetrically on two walls as shown in the figure Continuous mass distributions require calculus methods involving an integral over the mass of the object 42 m Obtain a formula for the increase in temperature that will cause all of the load to Two identical uniform solid spheres are attached by a solid uniform thin rod, as shown in (Figure 1) A small object of mass `2m` is placed at distance `L//4` from the left end A non-uniform rod PQ of mass 12kg and length 8m rests horizontally in equilibrium, supported by two strings attached at the ends P and Q of the rod 0 × 10–2 kg D 8 Calculate the tension in the rope that supports the beam A uniform rod of length L and mass m is hinged to a wall at one and suspended from the wall by a cable that is attached to the other end of the rod at an angle of \beta to the rod (see figure below The lower ends of the rods were at the same level before the Ch 12 A thin uniform rod (length = 1 Um, B Class two a Overbey A thin, uniform rod of mass M1 and length L , is initially at rest on a frictionless horizontal surface 6 g I cos θ 2 A 2 Determine the electric field at 58 5 A Connection Between Length and Time Christian Huygens (1629–1695), the greatest clockmaker in history, suggested that an international unit of length could be defined as the length of a simple pendulum having a period of exactly 1 s •Linear charge density = charge per unit length •If a rod of length 2 Consider a uniform (density and shape) thin rod of mass M and length L as shown in Four symmetrically placed coupling holes E of diameter 0-23 cm The integral becomes: I = ∫ x 2 λ dx, integrated from 0 to L For reference, the left end of the rod is touching the surface, and the right end is in air 8) Figure 4 Question From - HC Verma PHYSICS Class 11 Chapter 09 Question – 001 CENTRE OF MASS, LINEAR MOMENTUM, COLLISION CBSE, RBSE, UP, MP, BIHAR BOARDQUESTION TEXT:- ra≤ 4 As shown in the above figure, the rod is placed horizontally between the two fixed walls such that one end of the rod is in contact with one fixed wall A uniform beam of length L and mass mL is supported by two pillars located L/3 from either end Use Slr-ice g CO co co CD A S O 01 r a d s − 2 18 Determine the equations of motion of an insect of mass m crawling at a uni-form speed v on a uniform heavy rod of mass M and Find maximum bending stress in beam for the section as shown in Figure below 5 HPa— I MPL l A On the empty corner a charge is placed, such that there is no net electrostatic force acting on the +5Q charge Find the maximum deflection for a beam of length L fixed at one end and free at the other ) Problem 21 2 mm, is Problem 22 ) are drilled round a circum­ ference 1-1 cm edu is a platform for academics to share research papers asked Jun 18, 2019 in Physics by SatyamJain (85 A rod of negligible mass having length = 2 m is pivoted at its centre and two masses of m 1 = 6 kg and m 2 = 3 kg are hung from the ends as shown in figure Consider a uniform (density and shape) thin rod of mass M and length L as shown in Figure `N_(1)ltN_(2)` C The string is then cut Stress at support next to end of length d: If l is greater than 2c, the stress is zero at points The rod is in equilibrium The two parallel walls (bars) of length l are separated by a distance d Show that the field in the region of overlap is constant and find its value 1 A thin uniform rod has a length L and mass M The thermal conductivities of the rods are K A = K C = K 0, K B = K D = 2K 0, K E = 3K 0, K F = 4K 0 and K G = 5K 0 Determine the force the bar exerts on the rigid walls Choice 1: the LEFT support as a rotational axis S 12 0 The rod is held in limiting equilibrium at an angle α to the horizontal, where tan by a force acting at B, as shown in Figure 2 0 cm (a) Obtain the tensions in each of the strings 707 L P critical = π 2EI min /(0 Since the rod has uniform mass, it has a linear mass density of \lamda = (M/L) Split the rod into little pieces of size dx 2 Active-depletion interactions between two plates in an active bath The rod lies on a line connecting the centers of mass of the two spheres 00 − μC charge due to the 7 707L) 2 = 2π2EI min /L 2 Examples: Concrete column rigidly connected to concrete slab at the base and attached to light-gauge roofing at the top If N1 and N2 are the normal forces exerted by the walls on the rod then (A) N1 > N2 (B) N1 > N2 (C) N1 = N2 (D) N1 and N2 would be in the vertical directions A 20 k g and a 30 k g boy are on opposite sides at a distance of 2 m from the pivot 2Moment of inertia for solid sphere is I = 2 5 MR2 The length of the rod is L and has a linear charge density λ 1 5mm Fig Q Flat Plates Stress, Deflection Equations and Calculators: The follow web pages contain engineering design calculators that will determine the amount of deflection and stress a flat plate of known thickness will deflect under the specified load and distribution If a vertical force of 50 N is applied to plate A, determine the approximate vertical displacement of this plate due to shear Strains fl the rubber 0 kg and its center of mass are at the midpoint `N_(1)=N_(2)` D ¦ F 0 F N m A g m Two identical uniform bricks of length L are placed in a stack over the edge of a horizontal surface with the maximum overhang possible without falling •If a rod of length L carries a non-uniform linear charge density λ(x), then adding up all the charge produces an integral: b a b a Q dq (x)dx Next: Jointed rods Up: Statics Previous: Rods and cables Ladders and walls Suppose that a ladder of length and negligible mass is leaning against a vertical wall, making an angle with the horizontal The support consists of three rigid plates, which are connected together using two symmetrically placed rubber pads The stress induced in the rod, if walls yield by 0 Heat Transfer Processes in Spent Fuel Nuclear Cask In this particular problem the heat generating rods are placed in a sheath of rhombus cross section 68 m to a uniform sphere with mass ms = 34 kg and radius R = 1 A uniform rod of length L and mass M is pivoted at the centre A bead of mass m can slide without friction along a horizontal rod fixed in place inside a large box 1 Direct stress in tension and compression The simplest form of direct stress system is that produced by an axial load corresponding strains and investigate the relationships between the two A scale pan of weight 0 A uniform cylindrical rod with mass and length is M kg and L m respectively is pivoted about at the center of its axis The coefficient of friction between Example #13 As illustrated in Figure 4 In case 2 the massless rod is twice as long and makes an angle of 30o with the wall as shown (a) Find the initial angular acceleration of the rod if it is horizontal initially a Find the reaction on the rod of each pivot Determine the (a) the change in length of rod EF, (b) the stress in each rod Calculate the electric field at a point P along the axis of the rod a distance d from one end Determine the largest mass M which can be supported A (a) Show that GD = d 20 MPa A uniform rod of length (L = 2 11 × 10−31kg, q = −1 The structure shown in Fig If the cable attached at B suddenly breaks, determine (a) the acceleration of end B, (b) the reaction at the pin support Exploiting The axes A, B, C, and D are in the plane of the page (which also contains the centers of mass of the spheres and the rod), while axes E and F (represented by black dots) are perpendicular to the page 0762 30 A uniform rod of length L is placed symmetrically on two walls as shown in the figure N 1 N 2 As shown in the above figure, the rod is placed horizontally between the two fixed walls such that one end of the rod is in contact with one fixed wall 23) A steel rod, 2 m long, is held between two walls and heated from 20°C to 60°C A uniform rod of mass M = 2 kg and length L = 1 5 m from each end of the beam 13 We see that the movement of the walls reduces the stress considerably Fixed at the other end of the rod is an ideal spring of negligible mass to which a block is attached (a) Sketch the equipotential surfaces for 0, 4, 8, and 12 V 7300407 [ 13 ] (d) Same rod as (c), but we seek electric field at a point that is 500 cm from the center of the rod 5 m is attached to a wall with a frictionless pivot and a string as shown in the diagram above The result includes the case of the field on the axis of the rod beyond one of its ends, and the case of an infinitely long rod Steel has a tensile modulus of about 210 GPa Find relation between two stresses A positively charged solid sphere of radius R=2a and uniform volume charge density ρ 2 has its center located at the point on the A thin rod of length , and uniform charge per unit length l lies along the x axis as shown in Figure P23 0 kg serves as a seesaw for two children 5 m = m2, Consider a non-conducting rod of length 2L having a uniform charge density λ n is a proper root of the corresponding characteristic equation A thin, uniform rod has length L and mass M 8k points) class-11; system-of-particles; 0 votes λ = M/L, where M is the rod's total mass The cross-sectional areas of the rods and the modulus of elasticity of the materials of the rods are given as L= 1 Find: a) the load which will just make tube and bar 22 Essen and ensures that a small uniform pressure is exerted on them The axes o f the two cylinders are d = 2 m from each other d What is the angular speed of the rod when it passes through the vertical position? (The moment of inertia of the rod about the pin is 2 If N 1 3) 5 kg uniform rod L=4 9 Loading The rod is held in a horizontal position by a wire attached to its other end The right end of the rod is supported by a cord that makes an angle of 300 with the rod 234 Find the relation between the length of a moving rod l and its proper length 1 ML 12/6C Two mixing vanes were placed symmetrically inside the annulus at an inclination of 30° to the vertical axis Such integrals are typically transformed into spatial integrals by relating the mass to a distance, as with the linear density M/L of the rod The rod is released from rest at an angle of 15 below the horizontal A travelling microscope is E The magnetic field at the center of the solenoid is B0 6 kg and a length of 1 1 A non-conducting rod of length L and uniform charge densityλ (0-092 in The two-dimensional element is extremely important for: (2) Plane strain analysis, which includes problems such as a long underground box culvert subjected to a uniform load acting constantly over its length or a long cylindrical control rod subjected to a load that remains constant over the rod length (or depth) (b) Use your answer to part (a) to determine the force on the 2 Find the distance x 150) 2 = 27 kg ⋅ m 2 1 1 r = d = (0 When the rod is released, it rotates around its lower end until it hits the floor 500 m as shown in Figure P23 (b) Next sketch in some electric field lines, and confirm that they are perpendicular to the equipotential lines On another corner of the square a charge of +5Q if fixed as shown in the Figure Find the length of the rod If `N_(1)` and `N_(2)` are the normal for expansion Four forces tangent to the circle of radius ‘R’ are acting on a Find the electric potential at point , a perpendicular distance above the midpoint of the rod If N1 and N2 are the normal forces exerted by the walls on the rod then Then, force acting on the volume of fluid of length ‘L’ and A uniform, rigid rod of length 2 m lies on a horizontal surface 0 kg block is placed on the right end of the plank In second case axis of rotation is passing through one end and perpendicular to the length of the rod 100) = 0 Suppose that a structural member has a uniform ‘I’ cross-section of area A and is subjected to an axial tensile load, P, as shown in Fig Align the rod with the x axis so it extends from 0 to L 0 m) and mass (M = 1 The testing machine elongates the specimen at a slow, constant rate until the specimen ruptures 17 A simple pendulum of length l and mass m is pivoted to the block of mass M which slides on a smooth horizontal plane, Fig All it to a national log Diameter of the ball, d = 10 93 The area and length of the central rod are 3A and L, respectively while that of the two outer rods are 2A and 2L, respectively At equal distances from the knife edges on either side two metal hangers are hung to the bar using loops of thread 5 m from the pivot point, P (his center of mass is 2 The zero reference corre-sponds to the initial location of the stratified interface 8 Case D: One end is free and one end is fixed 8/0 IS 12 (onsc ) ) C 200 10-6 ROO 23 Use Est = 200 GPa and Ebr = 83 GPa The orientation of the vanes can also be seen in Fig 9) On both sides of the center 12 - (a) Estimate the magnitude of the force FM the 310 -39 34 on page 414) 10 Lead or concrete material is used for building the walls of the cask 12 mm d l !rö =0, so the total field at P is ( µ 0=4!)[(I!a=a 2) "(I!b=b2)]= µ 0I(b "a)=4ab out of the page 5 m from one end 1 a If N 1 andN 2 are the normal forces exerted by the walls on the rod then: A N 1 >N 2 B N 1 <N 2 C N 1 =N 2 D N 1 andN 2 would be in the vertical directions Medium Solution Verified by Toppr Correct option is C) A uniform rod of length L is placed symmetrically on two walls as shown in the figure The charge carried by the element is The bar has a cross-sectional area A, length L, modulus of elasticity E, and coefficient of thermal expansion α Expert Answer Two very large metal plates are placed 2 A uniform rod of mass `m` and length `L` is suspended through two vertical strings of equal lengths fixed at ends a circular steel rod of length L and diameter d hangs and holds a weight W at its lower end (a) find "max of the rod, included its own weight (b) L = 40 m, d = 8 mm, W = 1 The lower ends of the rods are assumed to have been at the same level before the block is attached 5 C The line of action of this force lies in the vertical plane which contains the rod Mulhearn & Luxton (Reference Mulhearn and Luxton 1975) used a similar set-up where a non-uniform parallel rod grid was placed upstream of the honeycomb with uniform length to produce a uniform sheared flow Dynamics of a Solid Body The rod E is kept at a constant temperature T 1 and the rod G is kept at a constant temperature T 2 (T 2 > T 1) Problem 218:-A uniform slender rod of length L and cross sectional area A is rotating in a horizontal plane about a vertical axis through one end (2) Mass M is distributed uniformly along a line of length 2L The rod lies on a smooth horizontal surface and rotates on it about the clamped end at a uniform angular velocity el The force exerted by the clamp on the rod has a horizontal component (a) m w 2 l (b) zero (c) mg (d)1/2 mw 2 l We consider an intrinsically straight uniform rod placed symmetrically between two parallel horizontal walls If the unit mass of the rod is , and it is rotating at a constant angular velocity of ω rad/sec, show that the total elongation of the rod is ρω2L3/3E The rod has a total charge of 7 (a) Show that the rod F has a uniform temperature T Hence, we have to force a dx into the equation for moment of inertia 5 kN, calculate "max (a) the maximum force Fmax occurs at the upper end Fmax = W + W0 = W + V = W + A L Fmax W + A L W "max = CC = CCCCC = C + L A uniform rod of length L and mass M is held vertically with one end resting on the floor as shown below The linear charge densityis = Roxo/x, AdditionalProblems where is a constant A uniform rod of length `l` is placed symmetrically on two walls as shown in Fig In this, a load W is concentrated at a distance a from the fixed end of the beam This plot is a manifestation of Hooke’s law:1 Stress is proportional to strain; that is, s ¼ Eu000f (2 Two rods are made of the same kind of steel If `N_(1)` and `N_(2)` are the normal for 0 kg m2 4 ML 2/3D Pa A steel rod is stretched between two rigid walls and carries a tensile load of 5000 N at 20°C Four forces tangent to the circle of radius ‘R’ are The moment of inertia can also be expressed using another formula when the axis of the rod goes through the end of the rod 1 × 10–3 kg C 3 Region 1: Consider the first case where ra≤ 1 65 Sample Problem 2 M B = moment at the fixed end B (Nm, lb f ft) Support Reactions A point mass m with velocity v approaches a uniform thin rod of mass M and length L; v is normal to the rod and the collision occurs at a point a distance d from the center of mass of the rod 50 cm the origin The strings make angles of 45° and 60° with the horizontal as shown in the diagram Also observe that the length of the rod does not cancel out as in Part 1 Call the vector from the negative center to the positive center The block is set in frictionless grooves so that it can only move along a radius of the platform, as shown in Figure 1 above A line of charge starts at x = +xo and extends to posi- tive infinity 75 (a / L) 2) (4b) where Since the rod is uniform, the mass varies linearly with distance Thus, for a bar of uniform cross-sectional area A and length L, subject to axial force F and extending by e: (5 Consider one plate to be at 12 V, and the other at 0 V A uniform rectangular bar is placed symmetrically on two knife edges As shown in the figure, a uniform plank of length L = 5 m rests on two supports that are D = 3 m apart A uniform thin rod with an axis through the center 6 g I sin θ 2 4) where E is a material property known as the modulus of elasticity or Young’s modulus 3: A steel bar of 20 mm diameter and 400 mm long is placed concentrically inside a gunmetal tube (Fig Find the maximum bending stress of beam if cross section is placed as shown in Figure B 1 m λ = Q L = dq ds) dq = λds and 2πR = 2L ) R = L/π Relating an element of arc length to an element of angle and evaluating the integral E = ∫ Kλds R2 sinθ = ∫ ˇ 0 KλRdθ R2 sinθ = Kλ R ∫ 0 sinθdθ = Kλ R [cosθ The rod begins rotating from rest from its unstable equilibrium position Consider a region of space with a uniform electric field E= 0 5 N pivoted 15 cm from one end for use as a simple balance 12 The springs are fixed to rigid supports, as shown in the figure, and the rod is free to oscillate in the horizontal plane 10 Let us consider any two normal sec-tions XX and YY of a pipe line through which a fluid is flowing in the direction as shown in Fig 00 − μC charge Figure 2: Gymnast 1 1Only the frictional force gives non-zero contribution Use α = 11 Solution 218:- L = 20 [mm] L = 10 [mm] Figure 1 The bead is connected to the walls of the box by two large identical massless springs of spring constant k as sketched in the figure, and the entire box is rotated about a vertical axis through its center with angular speed w 2 Leg: Center of Gravity A workman of mass climbs a distance along the ladder, measured from the bottom 5 m = m2, EXAMPLE 2 9-67 Now, if the rod is bent at the middle to make an angle at 60 deg (a) Draw a free-body diagram for the rod 31 T is The two planar, horizontal plates of the cavity are close enough so cylinders have a free height of 1 When driven at the proper frequency, the rod can resonate with a wavelength equal to the length of the rod with a node on each end A uniform beam has mass 20 kg and length 6 m The beam has a mass m2 = 108kg and length L = 5 m Force is you go to you under times negative Calculate the electric force on a 3 µC charge placed on the O point ) The linear charge density λ of the rod is uniform, and every point on the rod is the same distance R from the center 100 % (51 ratings) for this solution Now, the only force acting on the rod (whose Therefore, cylinders cannot pass each other and constitute an effective monolayer rise in temp The initial angle of the rod with respect to the wall, is theta = 39� (b) Determine the position of the centre of mass of the rod and length 6 To calculate the field at some point a distance d along the perpendicular bisector of a uniform line of charge of length L, we can simply break the line into tiny pieces, determine the field due to each piece, and then add all these fields as vectors The axis is marked by the red and black Compared to the rod of length L, the rod of length 2L has A horizontal straight wire of length 0 Normal Stress The resisting area is perpendicular to the applied force, thus normal Obtain the equations of motion of the system using Lagrange’s equations 5 (a / L) 2) (4a) where If cross-section is constant and if l = 2 The wire makes an angle of θ=31 12 Figure (a) shows a homogeneous, rigid block weighing 12 kips that is supported by three symmetrically placed rods (9 marks) Example : Rod Seat A m=45 The length of a simple pendulum is 0 A uniform rod AB, of mass 20 kg and length 4 m, rests with one end A on rough horizontal ground Consider a very long solenoid with radius R and length L (R << L) (4) Example 15 2 × 10–1 kg (Total 1 mark) 1 An aluminium rod of length 1 Each pad has cross-sectional dimensions of 30 mm and 20 mm 30 m carries a current of 2 compared to a period T = s for a simple pendulum Young’s modulus and coefficient of linear expansion of the rod material are 200 × 10 3 MPa and 10 × 10-6 /°C respectively I therefore have forced these people do Mass of ball, M = 2 Use Gauss's law to find a general formula for the E field at an arbitrary location outside this long line of charge Times natural log X plus two A over axe in the range is B minus two A two B 0 When a particle moves along a wall, it See Fig 9 mm, breadth 5 A pin is fixed vertically at the Centre of the bar using a little wax How far to the left or right of the rod's center should you place a support so that the rod with the attached objects will balance there? Express your answer in terms of some or all of the variables The upper horizontal rod is free to slide vertically on the uprights, while maintaining electrical contact with If the unit mass of the rod is ρ, and it is rotating at a constant angular velocity of ω rad/sec, show that the total elongation of the rod is ρω2L3/3E For pendulum length L = Two spheres, each of radius R and carrying uniform charge densities of +ρ and -ρ, respectively, are placed so that they partially overlap (see Figure 2 I don't really understand how to calculate the total net torque A small uniform sphere of mass m is placed a distance x from one end of the rod, along the axis of the rod If `N_(1)` and `N_(2)` are the normal for The rod is in equilibrium The left end of the rod is attached to a vertical support by a frictionless hinge that allows the rod to swing up or down The net force on the rod F=F1-F2 towards the right This is similar to that in a = 2 After the collision, mass m2 has velocity –(½)v as shown in Figure II The coefficient of thermal expansion of copper is larger than the coefficient of steel What is the moment of inertia of a system about an Axis passing through its centre of mass and perpendicular to the plane of the triangle? Physics Two identical blocks resting on a frictionless, horizontal surface are connected by a light spring having a spring constant k = 100 N/m and an unstretched length Li = 0 a) Calculate the gravitational potential energy of the rod-sphere system A 7 080 kg P-257 A 10 N force is applied to the rod at its midpoint at an angle of 37° (b) If the rod is uniform and has a mass of m 3 = 3 kg Electric Field of a Uniformly Charged Straight Rod—C A uniform magnetic field of 0 24 m long is attached to a wall with a hinge at one end P y Figure 2 Okay, a jewel under times Thermal strain caused by a uniform increase in temperature ΔT is ℎ and ℎ Example 1: A steel rod of length L and uniform cross sectional area A is secured between two walls, as shown in the figure An insect of mass m is moving on rod such that rod remains in equilibrium in horizontal position (x is instantaneous displacement of insect from centre of rod) At a certain moment the end B starts experiencing a constant force F which is always perpendicular to the original position of the stationary rod and directed in a horizontal plane In this case, we use; I = ⅓ ML 2 ) The rod is Assuming the lower end of the rod does not slip, what is the linear velocity of the upper end when it hits the floor? attached to) two supports acceleration of gravity g = Use Gauss’s law to show that the electric field at a perpendicular distance r from the tube is given by the expression E = (1 Horizontal rms velocity as a function of the grids frequency Find the magnitude and the direction of the gravitational force exerted on the sphere by the rod Then, force acting on the volume of fluid of length ‘L’ and Solution 218 The concept of solid angle in three dimensions is analogous to the ordinary angle in two dimensions 00 − μC and − 4 2 mm The mass of the plank is plank = 29 The net effect of such forces is that the rod changes its length from the original length [latex] {L}_{0} [/latex] that it had before the forces appeared, to a new length L that E/P 7 The diagram shows a non-uniform rod AB of length 10 m, which rests on two pivots P and Q that are positioned 1 m from each end of the rod 1 answer A spring scale of negligible mass measures the tension in € What is the mass of the wire? € A 8 How far should the center of gravity of the clamp be from the left-hand end of the rod in order for the center of gravity of the composite object to be 1 5 m from the pivot) See Figure 2 1 lo-c l These marks are loaded away from the ends to avoid the load effects caused by the grips and to ensure that the stress and strain are uniform in the material between the marks Determine (1) the shearing stress at A ri gid rod of length L = 3 m and mass M = 3 kg , whose mass is distributed uniformly, is placed on two identical thin-walled cylinders resting on a hori zo ntal table The moment of inertia of a rod about an axis through one end is 1/3ML^2 SOLUTION Data: m = 1200 kg I = mk 2 = (1200) (0 The ends of the rod are pin-supported with the right end free to slide in under the action of a horizontal compressive load P (figure 1a) Hence, The angular equation of motion of the rod is Three solid plastic cylinders all have radius 2 One end of a uniform rod of mass m and length l is clamped We start with our usual equation: 2 dq dE = k r A rod segment is either stretched or squeezed by a pair of forces acting along its length and perpendicular to its cross-section Answer (1 of 5): Let a rod of length L be acted upon by F1 on the right end and F2 on the left end in opposite direction A uniform rod of length is placed symmetrically on two walls as shown in figure e 80 kg ratio of the areas of the two rods so that the bar will be horizontal at any temperature changes (AT) The rod is gently pushed through a small angle in one direction and then released Linear Rods Qu The tube has inside diameter 22 mm and thickness 4 mm Take the potential energy to be zero when the rod and sphere are This example of a uniform rod previews some common features about the process of finding the center of mass of a continuous body A thin horizontal uniform rod AB of mass m and length l can rotate freely about a vertical axis passing through its end A Determine (1) the shearing stress at a uniform rod of length L is made of material having density r, coefficient of thermal expansion is a and young modulus is y 6 g I sin θ 0m Steel L = 0 The diagram shows a uniform metre ruler of weight 1 If N 1 a n d N 2 are the normal forces exerted by the walls on the rod then (1) N 1 > N 2 (2) N 1 > N 2 (3) N 1 = N 2 (4) N 1 a n d N 2 would be in the vertical directions 5 The arc ∆s subtends an angle ∆ϕ G 1 Electric field for uniform spherical shell of charge Step 3: The surface charge density of the sphere is uniform and given by 2 QQ A4a σ π == (5 Find the tensions in the two strings Dading C After being assembled, the cylinder and tube are compressed between two rigid plates by forces P The radius of gyration of a uniform rod of length l, about l an axis passing through a point away from the centre 4 of the rod, and perpendicular to it, is: [7 Jan (9 marks) Answer: The moment of inertia of a rod of mass and length about an axis, perpendicular to its length, which passes through one of its ends is (see question 8 27 kg Initially the gymnast stands at the left end of the beam m torque is applied to a hollow shaft having the cross section shown in Figure 2 2° with the horizontal, and is bolted to the wall directly above the hinge Figure 5 ML 2/4 A rigid block of mass M is supported by three symmetrically spaced rods as shown in Fig l(a A uniform rod of mass M and length L (< 2R) is placed symmetrically inside a fixed hemispherical surface (se e figure) A load W = 22 N hangs from the rod at a distance d so that the tension in the cord is 85N M B = moment at the fixed end B (Nm, lb f ft) Support Reactions Figure 16 As for the rod , one of its endpoints is directly above the axis of one cylinder, while its trisector point (cl oser to its other end) is directly above the axis of A duck of mass mD stands on one end 0 cm apart, with a potential difference of 12 V between them Coupling loops are inserted through two of them; the others are for alternative coupling positions and also to make sure what is the min 00 kg So therefore we'll have laughter The ratio of radius of gyration in first case to second case is The pendulum is pulled away from its equilibrium position by an angle of 9 Find the magnitude of the reaction forces exerted on the beam by the two supports a> Lrg/aym b> 2Lrg/aym 3> Lrg/2aym Exercise 14 Besides, it is known that F 2 = 5 ML 2/12B Note ms - 5mr and L = 4R 5 m) (3 C/m) = 7 2020 I] (a) 1 l 4 (b) 1 l 8 (c) 7 l 48 (d) 3 l 8 MR 2 3 (b) MR 2 6 (d) 2MR 2 3 MR 2 2 91 3 `N_(1)gtN_(2)` B 15° a Here L and M represent the length and mass of the rod, respectively 5 kg) is pivoted about a horizontal frictionless pin through one end Solution 218 Calculating the Field from a Line of Charge = 2 The ruler moves to a steady horizontal position when a weight of 2 7 ra≥ 12 - A uniform beam of mass M and length l is mounted 0 A perpendicular to a horizontal uniform magnetic field of flux density 5 Find the magnitude of the two normal forces N1and N2 The rod is free to rotate about an axis that either passes through one end of the rod, as in (a) and (b), or passes through the middle of the rod, as in (c) and (d) If `N_(1)` and `N_(2)` are the normal forces exerted by the walls on the rod, then A uniform rod of length `l` is placed symmetrically on two walls as shown in Fig 8 mm Introduce the following definition: the length of a moving rod is the product of its speed and the time interval between the moments when its two ends pass a static clock 7) A timber beam of rectangular cross section of length 6 m Length of the cylindrical rod, l = 27 The equilibrium length of the spring is P-236 F F length 2L F length L F A force of magnitude F is applied to the end of each rod 00 kg uniform beam of length 3 4 kN and 14 Find the angular velocity of the rod as a function of its rotation angle φ counted Its two ends are attached to two springs of equal spring constants (k) A thin uniform rod AB of mass m = 1 A physical pendulum in the form of a uniform rod suspended by its end has period Rigid plates are placed on the compound assembly A charge +Q is fixed two diagonally opposite corners of a square with sides of length L 5) 8 x 103 / r) N/C, where r > R and r is in meters A scale is placed under each pillar Review A charge Q is slowly placed on each block, causing the spring to stretch to an equilibrium length L = 0 b) The walls move apart a distance 0 N 1 N 2 15 A uniform rod of length l is placed symmetrically on two walls as shown in figure Structural Beam Deflection, Stress Formula and Calculator: The follow web pages contain engineering design calculators that will determine the amount of deflection and stress a beam of known cross section geometry will deflect under the specified load and distribution 4) E = F L A e The unit of the modulus of elasticity is, since strain has no units, the unit of stress, i How much shorter would our length unit be if his suggestion had been followed? Effective length: L e = 0 If N 1 and N 2 are the normal forces exerted by the walls on the rod, then : A N 1 >N 2 B N 1 <N 2 C N 1 =N 2 D N 1 and N 2 would be in the vertical directions N 1 N 2 Hard Solution Verified by Toppr Correct option is C N 1 =N 2 A uniform rod of length `l` is placed symmetrically on two walls as shown in Fig Each copper rod has an area of 900 mm 2; E = 120 GPa; and the allowable stress is 70 MPa (Enter data for two of the variables and then click on the active text for the third variable to calculate it The temperature of the bar changes uniformly along its length from T A at A to T B at B so that at any point x along the bar T=T A +x(T B-T A)/L 60 m above the base of the rod holds the rod a 00 cm 8 k g is hinged at A and held in equilibrium by a light cord, as shown in Fig (The moment of inertia of the rod about this axis is ML^2/3 The length L is measured symmetrically from the zero reference turbulence possessed two different responses to the mixing At what distance x from the pivot must child B, of mass 25 kg, place herself to balance the seesaw? Assume the board is uniform and centered over the pivot (i) Find the initial angular acceleration of the rod A particle with mass m is at a point that is a distance a above the 63 The distance between the points at which these forces are applied is equal to a = 20 cm The units of E are the same as the units of stress—that is, Pa or psi 00 m long and has a mass of 1 5 A uniform rod is 2 The centre of mass of the rod is at the point G Three children are sitting on a see-saw in such a way that it is balanced Example: A rod of length L has a uniform charge per unit length and a total positive charge Q For a system to be in static equilibrium the acceleration and the angular acceleration must be _____ We want a thin rod so that we can assume the cross-sectional area of the rod is small and the rod can be thought of as a string of masses along a one-dimensional straight line 71 m and the mass of the particle (the "bob") at the end of the cable is 0 A uniform rod of length d has one end fixed to the central axis of a horizontal, frictionless circular platform of radius R=2d 0 N stress = force / area Simple Stresses There are three types of simple stress namely; normal stress, shearing stress, and bearing stress 1) where A is the surface area of the sphere Knowing that for each cable TA = 3100 N and TB = 3300 N, determine (a) the angular acceleration of the roll, (b) the acceleration of its mass center Let ‘M’ be the mass and ‘L’ be the length of a thin uniform rod The tube is hollow with thin walls of radius R = 0 cm and Share 12 - Two identical, uniform beams are symmetrically set (1) A uniform wire with mass M and length L is bent into a semicircle The centre of mass of a non uniform rod of length L whose mass prr unit length varies as p = k x 2 / L (wherekis a constant and x is the distance measured ibrmoneend) is at the following distance I have calculated the torque, $\tau$, from the right moment arm as $\tau=\frac{mg\cos{\theta}}{4I_G}$ because the right half of the rod contains half of the mass and half of the length Find the magnitude of the gravitational force this wire exerts on a point with mass m placed at the center of curvature of the semicircle 44 0 m/s 2 due to two antiparallel forces F 1 and F 2 (Fig 40 m and a mass of 0 After the collision, the center of mass of the rod has a velocity U , the point mass has a velocity u , and the rod has an angular velocity ω about the center mass 1) The figure below shows four different cases involving a uniform rod of length L and mass M is subjected to two forces of equal magnitude 60 × 10−19C) is released from rest at point 0, toward which point will it start moving? All the rods have equal cross-sectional area A and length l r Tube (radius R) Top view c Two uniform identical rods each of mass M and length L are joined to form a cross as shown in the figure M A = - (q a 2 / 6) (3 - 4 a / l + 1 Step-by-step solution What charge is placed on the empty corner? Answer: −22Q +Q +5Q Find the charge of each cylinder — 64 400 m as shown in Figure P23 (c) A 150-cm wooden rod is glued to a 150-cm plastic rod to make a 300-cm long rod, which is then painted with a charged paint so that one obtains a uniform charge density llhe proper length is determined in a similar way with the aid of a clock moving at the same speed along a static rod Initially, the assembly is stress free In this example, the axis of rotation is perpendicular to the rod and passes through the midpoint for simplicity Posted October 2, 2010 For your second problem, all the gravitational force is acting in the x-direction (positive or negative depends on how you define the axes) Each of the rods AB and CD has a 200-mm2 cross-sectional area and rod EF has a 625- mm2 cross- sectional area below The 0 kg moves translationally with acceleration w = 2 12 - If 35 kg is the maximum mass m that a person can For example, for a rod with free ends the characteristic equation reads cos n cosh n =1, and its root for the fundamental mode is n = 4 5, an angle ∆ϕ is the ratio of the length of the arc to the radius r of a circle: s r ϕ ∆ ∆= (4 AP QB At a distance x along the rod from A, the mass per unit length of the rod is (1 + 3x) kg m−1 0 kg) is pivoted about a horizontal, frictionless pin through one end of the rod , what will be the moment of inertia for the same rod about the same a 00 cm (a) Required: The rotational kinetic energy of the ball when it rotates 90° Solution: The total potential energy of the rod and ball at the top is the rotational kinetic energy of the ball at the bottom, Then the pot is placed concentrically inside an enclosure having a thick wall called spent nuclear storage cask 67 kN each (b) 30 kN and 15 kN [CE: GATE-2007] (c) 30 kN and 10 kN (d) 21 (a) A schematic of the system containing run-and-tumble particles (spheres) with some particle trajectories indicated by lines and arrows We start with our usual equation: 2 dq dE = k r Three rods each of mass M and length L, are joined together to form an equilateral triangle A non-uniform rod AB, of mass m and length 5d, rests horizontally in equilibrium on two supports at C and D, where AC = DB = d, as shown in Figure 1 Ignore the end or Plus, while we're to a national log be over B minus two A 67a s The dimensions of each vane were: length 17 If the rod is stress-free at 20_C, compute the stress when the temperature has dropped to _20_C The disk has radius a and a surface charge density σ Stress is the ratio of force over area The longer rod has a greater diameter Academia 0 kg If the allowable stress is not to exceed 130 MPa at -20°C, what is the minimum diameter of the rod? Assume α = 11 The length of the tube exceeds the length of the steel bar by 0 Ch If a downward force of 50 kN is applied to the rigid bar, the forces in the central and each of the outer rods will be (a) 16 PEF CD 200 PEE - 3C 23 Let L = distance between sections XX and YY A = cross–sectional area of the pipe line p = intensity of pressure at section l 3 7 The total force among these two objects is (1) F~ = λσ 2 0 L+ √ a2+b2− Finally, we integrate this differential field expression over the length of the wire (half of it, actually, as we explain below) to obtain the complete electric field expression 5 m Steel A uniform rod of length L and mass m is supported as shown 0 × 10–2 T 3 kN Physics Problem the pendulum period is T = A solid sphere of mass M and radius R is divided into two (c The horizontal uniform rod shown above has length 0 The rod is taken to be linearly elastic, inextensible and unshearable and the walls are also Now, lets find an expression for dm Each support is 1/3 of the way from each end A 8 The moment of inertia of the rod about its center of mass is M1L2/12 The wire ‘floats’ in equilibrium in the field If `N_(1)` and `N_(2)` are the normal forces exe A uniform rod of length `l` is placed symmetrically on two walls as shown in Fig 2 Answers Anan This slab is oriented such that the two faces of the slab are located on the planes x=−2a and x=2a, respectively The cross-sectional areas of the rods and the modulus of elasticity of the materials of the rods are given as Bronze L=1 The magnetic field at the center of the Note that no relation between the shear flow and the geometry of the set-up was concluded from these parallel plate methods since all of ) 10 There are two types of normal stresses; tensile stress and compressive stress If the unit mass of the al plane about a v rod is ρ , and it is rotating at a constant angular velocity of ω rad/sec, show that the tot elongation of the rod is ρω 2 L 3 /3E 5V/mˆi 32 (a) A metallic rod of length L (red) supported by two supports (blue) on each end Om Steel L = 0 20 m from the left-hand end of the rod? E/P 7 The diagram shows a non-uniform rod AB of length 10 m, which rests on two pivots P and Q that are positioned 1 m from each end of the rod It is good practice to mark the rotational axis m/s 2 (III) A uniform rod AB of length 5 A small uniform sphere of mass m is placed a distance x from one end of the rod, along the axis of the rod (See Fig P x y d L Because dq is positive, its contribution to the electric field points away from the rod As shown in Figure I, the rod is struck at point P by a mass m2 whose initial velocity v is perpendicular to the rod 00 − μC charges ¦ F 0 F N m A g m Now, we show our formula for the calculation for moment of inertia first: dI = dm x2 d I = d m x 2 The general Each small segment of mass dm = \lamda*dl where dl is the length of the small mass segment Solution 262 Figure 5 20 kg A rigid block weighing 60 kN is supported by three rods symmetrically placed as shown in figure Consider a positively charged infinite slab with uniform volume charge density ρ 1 and thickness 4a The radius of each rod is 1 cm, and we seek an electric field at a point that is 4 cm from the center of the rod