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Ch. 9 Rotational Kinematics. AP Physics C. Rotation of a rigid body about a fixed axis A rigid body is not deformable; that is, the separations between particles remain constant. Introduction. Measured in radians As a particle moves from A to B, it moves through an arc length of s. s = r θ

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    1. Ch. 9 Rotational Kinematics AP Physics C

    2. Rotation of a rigid body about a fixed axis • A rigid body is not deformable; that is, the separations between particles remain constant. Introduction

    3. Measured in radians • As a particle moves from A to B, it moves through an arc length of s. • s = rθ • What is a radian? Angular position, θ

    4. 1 revolution = _____ rad • 1 revolution = _____ deg • Convert: • 1. 30o = ______ rad • 2. 36 rad = _____ rev • 3. 10 rev = _____ rad • 4. 120o = _____ rev Conversions:

    5. As the particle moves from A to B, its angular displacement, Δθ = θf - θi. • Its angular average velocity is • Its instantaneous angular velocity is Angular Displacement & Velocity:

    6. If the instantaneous angular velocity of an object changes from ωi to ωf over a time interval of Δt, then the object has an average angular acceleration of • The instantaneous angular acceleration is Angular Acceleration:

    7. The angular position θ, in radians, of a rotating object is given by the following equation: • Determine the object’s average angular speed from 1 s to 5 s. • Determine the object’s instantaneous angular speed as a function of t. • What is the object’s instantaneous speed at 3 s? • What is the object’s average angular acceleration from 1 s to 5 s? • Determine the object’s instantaneous angular acceleration as a function of time. • What is the object’s instantaneous angular acceleration at 3 s? Sample Problem:

    8. Linear Variables Rotational Variables Rotational Motion is analogous to linear motion.

    9. Linear Motion Rotational Motion Constant Accelerated Motion:

    10. A wheel rotates with a constant angular acceleration of 2.5 rad/s/s. If the initial angular speed is 2.0 rad/s, • What is its final angular speed after 10.0 s? • What is its angular displacement in • Radians? • Revolutions? • Degrees? Sample Problem:

    11. What is the time derivative of s = rθ? • What is the tangential acceleration? Relating Linear and Angular Kinematics:

    12. Recall: Centripetal Acceleration:

    13. Information is stored on a CD or DVD in a coded pattern of tiny pits. The pits are arranged in a track that spirals outward toward the rim of the disc. As the disc spins inside a player, the track is scanned at a constant linear speed. How must the rotation speed of the disc change as the player’s scanning head moves over the track? Test Your Understanding:

    14. A discuss thrower moves the discus in a circle of radius 80.0 cm. At a certain instant, the thrower is spinning at an angular speed of 10.0 rad/s and the angular speed is increasing at 50.0 rad/s/s. At this instant, find the tangential and centripetal acceleration of the discus and the magnitude of the acceleration. Sample Problem:

    15. The smaller gear shown to the right has a radius of 5.0 cm and the larger one has a radius of 10.0 cm. If the angular speed of the smaller gear is 25 rad/s, what is the angular speed of the larger gear? Sample Problem:

    16. Consider a rigid body that is made up of an infinite number of infinitesimal particles and rotating about a fixed axis, the kinetic energy of each particle is: • How would you write this kinetic energy expression in terms of angular speed? Rotational Kinetic Energy:

    17. What would be the total kinetic energy of the rigid body? Rotational Kinetic Energy

    18. MOI is a property of physics that indicates the relative difference in how easy or difficult it will be to set any object in motion about a defined axis of rotation. • MOI is always measured relative to a point of reference. • MOI depends on an object’s mass and on its shape. • MOI depends on the distribution of mass. Moment of Inertia (MOI)

    19. Newton’s first law of motion states, “A body maintains the current state of motion unless acted upon by an external force.” • In linear motion, the measure of inertia refers to the mass of the system. • In rotational motion, the measure of inertia refers to the moment of inertia of the system. Moment of Inertia (MOI)

    20. MOI for a system of particles: • Determine MOI of this system of 4 points masses, as they rotate about the: • X-axis • Y-axis • Axis perpendicular to the origin Moment of Inertia (MOI)

    21. MOI for a rigid body: • Pg. 342 Moment of Inertia (MOI)

    22. What is the total kinetic energy of a rigid body? • What is the MOI for a system of particles? • What is the kinetic energy of a rotating rigid body in terms of its MOI? Rotational Kinetic Energy

    23. Given the equilateral triangle to the right with equal masses of m at each vertex, determine the: • MOI about an axis perpendicular to the plane at the x and • The kinetic energy of the system about this axis. Sample Problem:

    24. What is the gravitational potential energy for each particle of a rigid body? • What is the total gravitational potential energy of a rigid body? Gravitational Potential Energy

    25. Determine the speed of the disk and the hoop, shown to the right, when they reach the bottom of the ramp. Let h represent the height that their CMs start at. Sample Problem

    26. The mass of the pulley is 2.5 kg and its radius is 0.25 m. If the mass on the right is 6.0 kg and the one on the left is 4.5 kg, what is the speed at which the 6.0 kg block hits the floor if it moved a distance of 1.0 m? Sample Problem

    27. What is the speed of the block when it has traveled a distance of h? • What is the angular speed of the pulley when the block has traveled a distance of h? Sample Problem

    28. Determine the MOI of the rigid body about an axis that is perpendicular to the origin. Parallel-Axis Theorem

    29. Use the Parallel-Axis Theorem to determine the MOI about an axis that is perpendicular to point O. Sample Problem

    30. Use the Parallel-Axis Theorem, to determine the MOI about an axis that is parallel to the z-axis an a distance of r/2 from the z-axis. Sample Problem

    31. Calculate the MOI of a uniform thin rod with an axis of rotation that is perpendicular to its length. Moment of Inertia Calculation

    32. Calculate the MOI of a uniform hollow or uniform solid cylinder that is rotating about its axis of symmetry. Moment of Inertia Calculation