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Power; Rotational Energy. Power Rotational work, power, and kinetic energy. Serway & Jewett 7.5, 10.4, 10.8. Recall:. Power. Power is the rate at which work is done:. Average power = Work/time. units: 1 J/s =1 watt (W).

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Power; Rotational Energy

  • Power

  • Rotational work, power, and kinetic energy.

Serway & Jewett 7.5, 10.4, 10.8

Physics 1D03 - Lecture 21


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Recall:

Physics 1D03 - Lecture 21


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Power

Power is the rate at which work is done:

Average power = Work/time

units: 1 J/s =1 watt (W)

Instantaneous power: Average over an infinitesimal time dt, displacement ds; the work is dW = F • ds, and power is

Physics 1D03 - Lecture 21


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f

F

r

ds = rdq

d

Rotational Work

A bit of work, dW, is done in turning a nut through a tiny angle d :

So,

and so for a constant torque,

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Power:

So,

(again, angular velocity must be expressed in radians/second).

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Quiz

A power screwdriver is intended to provide a torque of 0.5 N·m while turning at 120 revolutions per minute. The minimum power needed from the motor will be about

  • 60W

  • 6 W

  • 1 W

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vi

w

but

so

K = ½ Iw 2

Kinetic energy of a rotating rigid body:

Add up the kinetic energies of the particles:

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Quiz

A wheel is spun up to speed by a motor that produces a constant power. It takes time t to reach an angular velocity . Assuming negligible friction at the axle, how long does it take to reach twice this angular velocity?

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Example

A computer hard drive has four 100-gram platters (disks), 10 cm in diameter. (Uniform thin disk: I= ½ M R2)

  • How much kinetic energy do they have at 7200 rpm?

  • How long does a 7-watt motor take to get the drive up to speed?

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Example: Big Ben, a tower clock in London has an hour hand 2.7m long with a mass of 60kg and a minute hand 4.5m long with a mass of 100kg. Calculate the rotational kinetic energy of the two hands.

(I=1/3 ML2)

Big Ben

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Quiz

A cone-shaped top is launched by winding a string of length L around the top, and pulling with a constant force F. How should the string be wound to do the greatest amount of work on the top?

  • wind it around the thick end

  • wind it around the thin end

  • it doesn’t matter how it is wound

  • not enough information

F

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Summary

  • Power: P=dW/dt = F • v

  • Rotation: dW = t dq, P = t w, K = ½ Iw 2

  • Suggested Problems:Chapter 7, problems 35, 40a (5910W)

  • Chapter 10, problems 21.(5th ed):

  • Chapter 7, problems 37, 47a

  • Chapter 10, problems 23.

Physics 1D03 - Lecture 21


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