# 'Resultant force acting' presentation slideshows

By franciel19
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## Free-body diagram

Free-body diagram. A free-body diagram is a diagram that shows, with arrows, all of the forces exerted on an object. A free-body diagram is a representation of the object that simplifies a situation or problem. Free-body diagram. Method: 1. Determine the body whose situation is to be analyzed.

By zora
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## F = ma F = m F = -kx

This car is travelling on the open road at a constant speed of 28ms –1 . Part of the road forms the arc of a circle of radius 80m. The mass of the car and its four occupants 1357kg. 1.

By harvey
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## Name: ________________ Class: _________________ Index: ________________

Dynamics. Name: ________________ Class: _________________ Index: ________________. Learning Objectives. 1) State each of Newton's 1st and 2nd laws of motion. 2) State Newton’s 3rd law of motion. 3) Describe the effect of balanced and unbalanced forces on a body.

By acton
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## Lesson 8 – King of Thrones with Vectors

Lesson 8 – King of Thrones with Vectors. August 2, 2013. Heading and Ground Velocity. Level 1. A quadrant bearing of S73°W is equivalent to a true bearing of 253 ° . Geometric vectors have both magnitude and direction but Cartesian vectors have only magnitude.

By gema
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## Chapter 2 Statics of Particles

Chapter 2 Statics of Particles. → P. → Q. +. → R. =. A. Addition of Forces. Parallelogram Rule: The addition of two forces P and Q :. Draw two parallel lines of vectors to form a parallelogram. Draw the diagonal vector represent the resultant force. → P. → Q. → P. → Q. +. → R.

By aviv
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## Chapter 5: Conservation of Momentum

University of Palestine College of Engineering & Urban Planning Applied Civil Engineering. Chapter 5: Conservation of Momentum. Lecturer: Eng. Eman Al.Swaity. Fall 2009. OBJECTIVES. Introduce the momentum equation for a fluid and its application

By corin
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## Equilibrium

Equilibrium. By Devashish Pahadi. Index. Definition of Equilibrium Conditions for Equilibrium Principle of Moments Couple. What is Equilibrium?.

By chars
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## How can forces be represented?

How can forces be represented?. The forces acting on any object can be shown using a force diagram. A force diagram uses labelled arrows to show all the forces acting on the object. air resistance. The direction of each arrow shows the direction of each force.

By ilario
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## GRADE 8 MATTERIALS OF PHYSICS 1 st semester

GRADE 8 MATTERIALS OF PHYSICS 1 st semester. FORCE WORK ENERGY PRESSURE. FORCE. Standard Competence Students are able to understand the concept of motion, the role of effort, force, and energy in the daily life Basic Competence

By gizi
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## Physics Class: 8 CT-2

Dynamics. Physics Class: 8 CT-2. Learning Objectives. 1) State each of Newton's 1st and 2nd laws of motion. 2) State Newton’s 3rd law of motion. 3) Describe the effect of balanced and unbalanced forces on a body. 4) Describe the ways in which a force may change the motion of a body.

By oleg-morse
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## How can forces be represented?

How can forces be represented?. The forces acting on any object can be shown using a force diagram. A force diagram uses labelled arrows to show all the forces acting on the object. air resistance. The direction of each arrow shows the direction of each force.

By sebastian-mckenzie
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## Resultant Forces

Resultant Forces. If two forces act together on an object, their effect may be described as the action of one force. EXAMPLE. Two forces of magnitude 5N and 6N act on a particle. They act at right angles. Find the magnitude and direction of their resultant. EXAMPLE.

By geoffrey-stewart
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## Forces and motion

Forces and motion. Speed. metres. Speed = distance travelled time taken. Metres per second (m/s). seconds. Speed. kilometres. Speed = distance travelled time taken. Kilometres per hour (km/h). hours. d. s. t. x. triangle. No movement. distance. time. Constant speed.

By lee-romero
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## Name: ________________ Class: _________________ Index: ________________

Dynamics. Name: ________________ Class: _________________ Index: ________________. Learning Objectives. 1) State each of Newton's 1st and 2nd laws of motion. 2) State Newton’s 3rd law of motion. 3) Describe the effect of balanced and unbalanced forces on a body.

By gillian-vincent
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## Speeding up Slowing down

Forces between objects. Resultant force. Speeding up Slowing down. Force & acceleration. Terminalvelocity & falling. Physics P2. Transport issues stopping & braking. What is friction?. Why is it an important force?. Forces practical. Equal and opposite forces Objects in equilibrium.

By nasim-mcintyre
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## Free Body Diagrams

What is the normal force for a 500 kg object resting on a horizontal surface if a massless rope with a tension of 150 N is acting at a 45 o angle to the normal force?.

By honorato-mcgowan
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## Kinetics of Particles: Newton’s Second Law

Kinetics of Particles: Newton’s Second Law. Contents. Introduction Newton’s Second Law of Motion Linear Momentum of a Particle Systems of Units Equations of Motion Dynamic Equilibrium Sample Problem 12.1 Sample Problem 12.3 Sample Problem 12.4 Sample Problem 12.5 Sample Problem 12.6.

By ruggles
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## BASIC CONCEPTS: RECAP

BASIC CONCEPTS: RECAP. BY GP CAPT NC CHATTOPADHYAY. Rigid body Definition: An idealized extended solid whose size and shape are definitely fixed and remain unaltered when forces are applied.

By smesser
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