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Chapter 14 Kinetics of a Particle: Impulse and Momentum

Principle of Linear Impulse and Momentum for a Single Particle

Linear momentum is a fundamental concept in physics that describes the motion of an object. It is a vector quantity, having a magnitude equal to the…

Principle of Linear Impulse and Momentum for a Single Particle: Problem Solving

Consider a wooden box and a cylinder of known masses m1 and m2, respectively,  hanging from a ceiling with the help of a massless pulley…

Principle of Linear Impulse and Momentum for a System of Particles

In the context of a system of particles moving relative to an inertial frame of reference, the equation of motion is a crucial tool for understanding…

Conservation of Linear Momentum for a System of Particles

In the dynamic realm of billiards, a fascinating interplay of forces governs the motion of cue balls and stationary balls. When the cue ball collides…

Impact

Impact occurs when two bodies collide, leading to the application of impulsive forces between them. Analyzing impact mechanics involves considering…

Types of Impact

Impacts can be classified in various forms, primarily under two subgroups: central impact and oblique impact. A central impact occurs when two…

Impact: Problem Solving

In an experiment conducted during a Mars mission, a rover propels a projectile with an initial velocity, and the projectile rebounds after colliding…

Angular Momentum

Angular momentum characterizes an object's rotational motion and is defined as the moment of its linear momentum about a specified point O. When…

Relation Between Moment of a Force and Angular Momentum

In the realm of spinning tops, the application of force at a distance from the center produces torque, a pivotal factor that alters the angular…

Principle of Angular Impulse and Momentum

The angular impulse and momentum principle provides insights into how forces applied at a distance from an object's rotational axis influence its…

Principle of Angular Impulse and Momentum: Problem Solving

Consider a ball of mass m, attached to a massless rod of known length, subjected to a time-dependent torque. If the initial velocity of the mass is…

Steady Flow of a Fluid Stream

Consider a control volume, such as a pipe with solid boundaries, through which fluid flows and changes direction due to the impulse exerted by the…

Impacts of Free-falling Spheres on a Deep Liquid Pool with Altered Fluid and Impactor Surface Conditions

Vertical impacts of spheres on clean water have been the subject of numerous water entry investigations characterizing cavity formation, splash crown…

High Throughput Analysis of Liquid Droplet Impacts

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Experimental studies of liquid drop impacts on surfaces are often restricted in their scope due to the large range of possible experimental…

Laboratory Drop Towers for the Experimental Simulation of Dust-aggregate Collisions in the Early Solar System

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For the purpose of investigating the evolution of dust aggregates in the early Solar System, we developed two vacuum drop towers in which fragile…

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