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Chapter 13 Kinetics of a Particle: Force and Acceleration

Equations of Motion: Rectangular Coordinates and Cylindrical Coordinates

Understanding the motion of particles is a fundamental aspect of classical mechanics, and the choice of the coordinate system plays a pivotal role in…

Equations of Motion: Normal and Tangential Components

Describing the motion of a particle along a curvilinear path involves understanding its components in terms of normal and tangential aspects. The…

Normal and Tangential Components: Problem Solving

Consider a man with a mass of 70 kg seated in a chair connected to a pin support through a member BC. If the man maintains an upright position, the…

Equation of Motion: Center of Mass

The equation of motion for a single particle can be expanded to encompass a system of particles consisting of n particles. For any arbitrarily chosen…

Central-Force Motion

The central force system operates by exerting a force on an object directed towards a fixed point, typically the origin, with the force magnitude…

Measuring the Interaction Force Between a Droplet and a Super-hydrophobic Substrate by the Optical Lever Method

The goal of this paper is to investigate the interaction force between droplets and super-hydrophobic substrates in the air. A measurement system…

Cryogenic Liquid Jets for High Repetition Rate Discovery Science

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This protocol presents a detailed procedure for the operation of continuous, micron-sized cryogenic cylindrical and planar liquid jets. When operated…

Simulation of Human-induced Vibrations Based on the Characterized In-field Pedestrian Behavior

For slender and lightweight structures, vibration serviceability is a matter of growing concern, often constituting the critical design requirement.…

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