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Kinematics

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Kinematics   I f an object is rotating about a fixed z-axis with constant angular acceleration a, we have w f = w i + a ( t f - t i ). The angular displacement q about the z- axis is then given by , These equations are of the same form as ...

Kinematics and dynamics

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Kinematics and dynamics If an object is rotating about a fixed z-axis with constant angular acceleration a, we have Δω = αΔt,   ω f = ω i + α (t f - t i ) . The angular displacement θ about the z-axis is then given by , These ...

Relativistic Kinematics

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Relativistic Kinematics Special theory of relativity An inertial fame is a reference frame in which all relative accelerations due to external forces are eliminated. Postulates I. The laws of nature are the same in all inertial reference ...

Kinematics

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Kinematics Kinematics Definitions:   , instantaneous velocity , instantaneous acceleration Kinematic equations for one-dimensional motion with constant acceleration v xf = v xi + a x ∆t v x(avg) =( v xf + v xi )/2. x f - x i = v xi ∆t + ...

The Language of Kinematics

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The Language of Kinematics Assume that you are riding in a car, which is traveling down the road.  The speedometer is not working, but you would like to determine the average speed of the car.  You note that at time t 1 = 8:31:00 AM the ...

Rotational kinematics

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Rotational kinematics Rotations, harmonic motion, waves Center of mass: ,      ,  Rot-ational kinematics: ,    ,    Δ ω = α Δt,  ω f = ω i + α Δt Rotation about an axis: ,  ,    ,  Rotational dynamics: τ = r × F ,  τ ...

Kinematics

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Kinematics Kinematics Problem 1: You are traveling east at 30 miles per hour.  You see a ball rolling onto the road and you break hard, because you are afraid that a child will come running after the ball.  You come to a stop in 0.8 ...

Lesson 8

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... Protection and Shielding Return to Course Outline   Lesson 8 - Scattering Kinematics Importance of scattering kinematics In this lesson, we will be considering the kinematics of collisions between particles and targets.  The term ...

Rotational Motion

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In this problem the initial angular velocity ω i and the angular acceleration α are given.  If we choose the direction of the initial angular acceleration to be the z-direction, then ω f = ω i + α(t f - t i ), since α is in the ...

Physics 221

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... with applications , 5th edition (Prentice Hall). TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 2: Describing motion: kinematics in one dimension CHAPTER 3: Kinematics in two dimensions; vectors CHAPTER 4: Motion and force: dynamics CHAPTER 5: Circular motion; ...

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