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Fundamentals of Physics. Chapter 12 Rolling, Torque & Angular Momentum Rolling The Kinetic Energy of Rolling Rolling as Pure Rotation The Forces of Rolling Friction & Rolling Rolling Down a Ramp The Yoyo Torque Revisited Angular Momentum Newton’s 2 nd Law in Angular Momentum Form

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Fundamentals of Physics

Chapter 12 Rolling, Torque & Angular Momentum

• Rolling
• The Kinetic Energy of Rolling
• Rolling as Pure Rotation
• The Forces of Rolling
• Friction & Rolling
• Rolling Down a Ramp
• The Yoyo
• Torque Revisited
• Angular Momentum
• Newton’s 2nd Law in Angular Momentum Form
• Angular Momentum of a System of Particles
• Angular Momentum of a Rigid Body Rotating About a Fixed Axis
• Conservation of Angular Momentum

Review & Summary

Questions

Exercises & Problems

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Rolling without Slipping

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Rolling

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Example: Value of x for rolling without slipping?

x = 0  no initial spin

Rolling without slipping:

Independent of m and F!

x > 2/5 R  topspin

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The Forces of Rolling

Rolling with slipping initially

No Initial Rotation:

Topspin:

Frictional force accelerates the ball in the direction of motion:

increasing v

decreasing w

Frictional force reduces the speed &

increases the angular speed until:

Rolling without slipping

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Translation & Rotation

pure rotation + pure translation = rolling motion

Add: Linear velocity due to rotation

Linear velocity of the center-of-mass

To get: Linear velocity of each point on a rolling wheel.

See p247 in HRW.

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The Kinetic Energy of Rolling

A rolling object has two types of kinetic energy: a rotational KE due to its rotation about its center of mass and a translational KE due to the translation of its center of mass.

The instantaneous axis of rotation is at Point P:

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The Forces of Rolling

fs acts on the wheel at P, opposing its tending to slide.

Wheel is rotating about point P.

No work is done by fs!

The wheel does not slow down.

Friction & Rolling: friction is required!

No slipping (aka “smooth rolling”)

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Rolling down a Ramp

a> 0 counter clockwise

a< 0 down the ramp

Any body rolling down a ramp!

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Uniform Ball Rolling Down

M = 6.00 kg

q = 300

h = 1.20 m

v = ?

fs = ?

Conservation of energy:

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Hoop, Disk and Sphere rolling down a ramp:

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Wheel has constant acceleration & no slipping

fS = ? I = ?

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Ball rolls down the hill

x = ?

x

H = 6.0 m

h = 2.0 m

Energy:

Projectile:

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Loop the Loop

Energy:

Newton:

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Torque “Revisited”

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Angular Momentum

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All of the particles have the same momentum.

Largest Magnitude of Angular Momentum about O ???

1 and 3

2 and 3

Negative Angular Momentum???

5

Zero Angular Momentum???

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Angular Momentum
• Angular momentum = ?

m = 2.0 kg

r = 3.0 m

v = 4.0 m/s

F = 2.0 N

out of the page

b) Torque = ?

out of the page

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Newton’s 2nd Law in Angular Momentum Form

Time derivative of the angular momentum:

The vector sum of all the torques acting on a particle is equal to the time rate of change of the angular momentum of that particle.

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Checkpoint

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Angular Momentum of a System of Particles

Internal torques sum to zero:

The net external torque acting on a system of particles is equal to the time rate of change of the system’s total angular momentum.

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Angular Momentum About a Fixed Axis

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A Rigid Body Rotating About a Fixed Axis

w

Angular momentum of a mass element wrt the origin:

Component of angular momentum in z-direction:

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A Rigid Body Rotating About a Fixed Axis

w

Total angular momentum in z-direction:

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Checkpoint : same radius same mass same force

Newton’s 2nd Law:

All the angular momenta are the same.

Largest Angular Speed after a time interval???

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Conservation of Angular Momentum

If the net external torque acting on a system is zero, the angular momentum of the system remains constant, no matter what changes take place within the system.

The Spinning Volunteer:

Spins faster!

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Conservation of Angular Momentum

The Diver:

If the component of the net external torque on a system along a certain axis is zero, then the component of angular momentum of the system along that axis remains constant, no matter what changes take place within the system.

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Conservation of Angular Momentum

The system = stool + person + spinning wheel

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A train starts running on a wheel; w = ?

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The sun goes out and then shrinks!

Sun goes out

Shrinks size Earth

Period ?

The sun will become a white dwarf.

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