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W E L O O K A T T H I N G S D I F F E R E N T L Y Preparing for a PRISM inspection November 2013

W E L O O K A T T H I N G S D I F F E R E N T L Y Preparing for a PRISM inspection November 2013

W E L O O K A T T H I N G S D I F F E R E N T L Y Preparing for a PRISM inspection November 2013. W E L O O K A T T H I N G S D I F F E R E N T L Y. Contents of presentation. What is PRISM? PRISM assessment / rating of credit unions

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Intro to Pneumatics

Intro to Pneumatics

Intro to Pneumatics. Presented by Jon Pannell. Lesson Breakdown:. Part One: Lecture covering: What are Pneumatics What is a “system” and what is it made of Applications Advantages and disadvantages Calculations with Pneumatics Part Two: Hands on lab and experimentation.

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Types of Joints

Types of Joints

6. _________and __________ joints, (like your hip and shoulder joints) are the most mobile type of joint in the human body. They allow you to swing or rotate your arms and legs in many different directions. Types of Joints.

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Rotation

Rotation. 1,4. 1,4. 2,4. 1,4. 2,4. 2,0. 0,4. 2,4. 2,0. 0,0. 0,0. 0,0. 4,0. 0,0. 4,0. 0,-2. 0,0. 4,0. 0,-2. 4,-2. 0,0. -2,0. 0,0. -2,0. 0,0. 0,-4. -2,0. 0,0. -2,-4. 0,-4. 0,0. 0,2. 0,0. -4,2. 0,2. 0,0. -4,2. 0,2. 0,0. -4,0. 0,0. 0,0. 2,0. 2,4. 0,0. 2,0.

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Rotation

Rotation

Rotation. rpgammag@mapua.edu.ph. angular position. s tandard unit: radians. angular position. angular position. must be in radians. Angular Displacement. Convention: positive is counterclockwise. must be in radians. Angular velocity. Average angular velocity.

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Rotation

Rotation

Rotation. Physics 102 Goderya. Chapter(s): 8 Learning Outcomes: 1,2,10,11,12. This Chapter will help you understand:. Rotation Torque Center of Gravity Centripetal Force Moment of Inertia Angular Momentum Conservation of Angular Momentum. Figure 8.1. Figure 8.20. Figure 8.18.

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Rotation

Rotation

Rotation. Information. Rotations. A rotation is a transformation that turns a figure around a point. Descriptions of rotations involve three different pieces of information:. counterclockwise. the angle of the rotation. for example,. ¼ turn = 90° . ½ turn = 180°. ¾ turn = 270°. 60 °.

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Rotation

Rotation

Rotation. So far we have looked at motion in a straight line or curved line- translational motion. We will now consider and describe rotational motion – where an object turns about an axis. So far we have looked at motion in a straight line or curved line- translational motion.

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ROTATION

ROTATION

ROTATION. . Rotations in a Coordinate Plane. In a coordinate plane, sketch the quadrilateral whose vertices are A (2, -2), B (4, 1), C (5, 1), and D (5, -1). Then, rotate ABCD 90  counterclockwise about the origin and name the coordinates of the new vertices.

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Rotation

Rotation

Rotation. The axis is not translating. We are not yet considering rolling motion. Not fluids,. Every point is constrained and fixed relative to all others. Every point of body moves in a circle. n FIXED. Rotation of a body about an axis. RIGID. Y.

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ROTATION

ROTATION

ROTATION. ROTATION. ROTATION. ROTATION. ROTATION. Pamela Leutwyler. problem: Rx = the counterclockwise rotation of x through 30 degrees. Find a matrix for the linear mapping R. Rotate conterclockwise through 30 degrees:. Rotate conterclockwise

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Rotation

Rotation

Rotation. [rad/s]. [rad/s/s]. Kinetic Energy of a Rotating Rigid Body. Calculating the Moment of Inertia. Ex. m1=m2=m3=m4 = m r1=r2=r3=r4 = a. Ex. m1=m2=m3=m4 = m r1=r2 = 0 r3=r4 = 2a. Newton’s Second Law for Rotation. tangential forces  a. radial forces  a. [N · m].

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Rotation

Rotation

Rotation. (Euclidean) Distance-Invariant Finite Rotation: Matrix representation Orthogonality. Infinitesimal Rotational Displacement. Antisymmetric Matrix Vector Product. Finite Rotation. Expressions: Matrix, Spinol, Quarternion Rotation = Matrix Operation Rot. Matrix = Set of

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