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11.2 Uniform Circular Motion pg 551. Uniform Circular Motion When an object is moving in a circle and its speed (the magnitude of its velocity) is constant, it is said to be moving with uniform circular motion.
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11.2 Uniform Circular Motionpg 551Uniform Circular MotionWhen an object is moving in a circle and its speed (the magnitude of its velocity) is constant, it is said to be moving with uniform circular motion.The direction of the objects velocity is always tangent to the circle (hence at the exhibition, when going around in the crazy swirly ride, your body wants to fly out of the ride.When you drive around and around the roundabout, your body (and car) also want to fly out the sideCentripetal Acceleration – the centre directed acceleration of a body moving continuously along a circular path.If a comet has a radius of 20 meters, and a satellite orbits it every 3 minutes, what velocity is the satellite orbiting at?What would be the centripetal force?Centripetal Acceleration formula is ac= V2/rac = centripetal acceleration in m/s2V= velocity (or magnitude) in m/sR = radius of the circle (m)Centripetal ForceIs the force that causes centripetal accelerationhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GM_2Ceh05Gs&feature=relmfuFormula isFc = mv2 / rFc = centripetal force (N)M = mass in kgV = velocity in m/sR = radius of circular path (m)Fc = FnFn = Ff (if at a constant speed)A yo yo has a mass of 225 g. The full length of the string is 1.2 m. You decide to see you slowly you can swing it in a vertical circile while keeping the string fully extended, even when the yo yo is at the top of its swing.a) Calculate the minimum speed at which you can swing th yo yo while keeping it on a circular pathb)At the speed in a, find the tension in the string when the yo yo is at the side and at the bottom of its swing.a) To swing the yo yo to keep it on a circular path, you have to swing it just above the force of gravity. Therefore Fg=FcFg = Fcmg = mv2 / rSolve for vv2 = grV = 3.4 m/s A yo yo has a mass of 225 g. The full length of the string is 1.2 m. You decide to see you slowly you can swing it in a vertical circile while keeping the string fully extended, even when the yo yo is at the top of its swing.·Calculate the minimum speed at which you can swing th yo yo while keeping it on a circular path·At the speed in a, find the tension in the string when the yo yo is at the side and at the bottom of its swing.b) At the speed in a, find the tension in the string at the side at the bottom FcAt the sideFc = FtFt = mv2 /r Ft = 2.2 FgAt the bottomFc = Fc + FgFt = mv2 / r + fgFt = .2kg(3.431)2 / 1.2 m +.2*9.81Ft = 4.1 N At the topsubtract Fg Fc = .238 N With your partner, decide with what minimum velocity you would need to spin one of yourselves with a stringa) .2 meters longb) 10 meters longThen determine with what the tension in the string would be at thetopbottomright and left sideA string used to make a pendulum has a breaking strenght of 14 N and a length of 1.2 m. A 2.00 kg mass is used as a bob and set in motion.a) if the bob moves with a speed of 3.0 m/s at the bottom of the swing, will the swing break?b) What is the max speed the bob can go so the string does not break (at the bottom of the swing)c) What is the max speed the bob can go so the string does not break (at the top of the swing)A string used to make a pendulum has a breaking strenght of 12 N and a length of .8 m. A 1.00 kg mass is used as a bob and set in motion.a) if the bob moves with a speed of 1.0 m/s at the bottom of the swing, will the swing break?b) What is the max speed the bob can go so the string does not break (at the bottom of the swing)c) What is the max speed the bob can go so the string does not break (at the top of the swing)A car with a mass of 2135 kg is rounding a roundabout on a level road. If the radius of the curvature of the road is 52 m and the coefficient of friction between the tires and the road is .70, what is the maximum speed at which the car can make the curve without skidding off the road?Fc = mv2 / rFc = Fn = Ff (if at a constant speed)Fn = mv2 / r uFn = mv2 / r.7(2135)(9.8)= 2135(v 2 ) /52 v = 19m/sTo remain on the roundabout the car must not go faster than 19m/s.Determine the mass of a car of someone in the class. How fast can you go around the roundabout in Charlottetown if the radius of the roundabout is 20 meters and the friction between the tires and the road is .65?Centripetal Force vs Centrifugal ForceEvery force needs an equal and Opposite force…hence Centripetal force = centrifugal forceFictitious forces, like centrifugal Forces, are needed to explainmotion in non inertial frames ofreference .http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmf2nPuv2OIhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZOekFFSoWIIn a celtic field event called the hammer throw, a 12 kg ball is whirled in a circle of radius 2.0m with a frequency of 1.5Hz. a) What is the velocity when it is released? b) What is the centripetal force?Chapter 12 Universal Gravitation pg 572-5945 classes Basically, universal gravitation states that all objectsare attracted toward eachother…causing gravity. The lighter object is always attracted toward the heavier object. The distance between these objects decreases the strength of gravity.Kepler, was the guy who discovered three key concepts when discussing the motion of planetsKepler's 3 Laws·Planets move in elliptical orbits, with the Sun at one focus of the ellipse·An imaginary line between the Sun and a planet sweeps out equal areas in equal time intervals.·The quotient of the square of the period of a planets revolution around the sun and the cube of the average distance from the sun is constant and the same for all planets.The area of the shaded regions is the same. Therefore a planet has to move faster on the left side of the sun thanthe rightIn the case with Earth, the left side corresponds toour winter and the right to our summer. Notice that the months in the year are longer in May-Aug and shorterIn Nov through Janhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NiWK5z7z_Oc&feature=relatedKepler's Third Law : The quotient of the square of the period of a planets revolution around the sun and the cube of the average distance from the sun is constant and the same for all planets.This constant is the formula r3=k T2r is the radius and T is period (time it takes to go one full rotation)k is the constantIf you are comparing two planets, than r3= r3=kT2 T2http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTJa8DXlerchttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NG18fObqMV4&feature=relatedThe orbital period and radius for Jupiter is 4332.62 days and 5.2 AU respectively. Calculate Saturn's radius if the orbital period for Saturn is 10 759.2 days.r3= r3=kT2 T2Newton’s Universal Law of GravitationF = force of gravityM1 = first mass (the bigger mass)M2 = second massG = universal gravitational constantR = distance between the centre of the massesG = 6.67+10-11A 65 kg astronaut is walking on the surface of the moon, which has a mean radius of 1.74*103 km and a mass of 7.35*1022 kg. What is the weight of the astronaut? B/c I’ve forgotten what gravity is on the moon, we can’t use F =mg rather we useFg = G (m1m2) r2Fg =6.67 *10-11 * (7.35* 1022)(65)(1.74*106)2 Fg = 105 N (this is the weight of the astronaut)Now, determine how much gravity is on the moonF = mg105 = 65(g)1.61=gNow that we've done the moon, a 65 kg astronaut is walking on the surface of the Saturn, which has a mean radius of 6*104 km and a mass of 5.6851 × 1026 kg. What is the weight of the astronaut? Looking at your partner, determine your mass and distance between each other. Now, calculate the a)force between youb)gravity between you (to calculate gravity, use only one person's mass)Page 580Questions # 1-6use appendix B pg 955Notice Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation looks a lot like the centripetal force equationFc = mv2 / rThe two forces are equal !Thereforemv2 = G (m1m2) r r2If I were to solve for velocityV = √(Gm) /r The general formula that combines Kepler’s third law and Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation, ismv2 = G (m1m2) r r2Which can be rearranged intoR3 = GmT2 4π 2When do I use which???…it depends upon what variables I have.To utilize this law, Find the mass of the sun, using Earth’s orbital radius and period of revolution (use page 955 to help you)G = 6.67* 10-11T = 365.25 days = 3.1558* 107 secondsR = 1.49 * 1011Using the formula, what are we looking for….mR3 = GmT2 4π 2M = R3 *4π 2 T2 * GFill in your numbers andM = 1.97* 10 30 kgNow use Venus and Mercury to find the mass of the sun. (use page 955 to help you)The period of the moons orbit is 27.3 day. If the mean radius of moons orbit is 3.84 * 108 m, calculate the mass of Earth?M = R3 *4π 2 T2 * GHow fast is a satellite orbiting Earth if it is 200km from the surface of the Earth?mv2 = G (m1m2) r r2V = √(Gm) /r V = √(6.67* 10-11 )(5.98*1024 )/200000 metersV = R3 = GmT2 4π 2can be flipped for easy switching toT2= 4π 2R3 GmRemember, all your units have to be inseconds and meters !Page 586 Questions 9-1412.2 Planetary and Satellite Motion Page 587As Earth is a circle, if you can maintain a strong enough speed, you should be able to stay in the atmosphere forever. The reasoning, is that if you can match your decent (downwards), to match the curvature of the earth (4.9 meters every 8 km), you can stay in the air permanently. Formula for Period.Formula’sR3 = GmT2 4π2orFc = Universal law of gravitationmv2 = G (m1m2) r r2Which m cancels out? (the m that is rotating around)V = √(Gm) rorT = 2π √ R3/GmorT = 1/fFormula for radius, if you do not use one of the formula’s from up aboveR = vT 2π1) At satellite orbits earth at an altitude of 200 km. What is its orbital speed?2) What is the satellite's period?3)If you want a geosyncrohnise orbit, what would be your radius ?1) At satellite orbits earth at an altitude of 200 km. What is its orbital speed?V =√(Gm) r2) What is the satellite's period?T = 2π √ R3/Gm3)If you want a geosyncrohnise orbit, what would be your radius ?4.2*107 meters - Earths radius = 3.5*107 metersThe problem on Earth is air friction. If though, you go high enough in the air (outer layers of atmosphere), the friction caused by air decreases enough that a geostationary orbit can be achievedIf you go farther out still, you can go at a speed that is identical to earths rotation, resulting in a geosynchronous orbit.A satellite that is in geosynchronous orbit is still falling toward earth…its just falling at the same speed that Earth is moving away…meaning it never catches up or slows down.The planet Uranus has an orbital radius around the Sun of about 2.3 * 108 m. What is its period & orbital speed?T = ?G = 6.67* 10-11M of Uranus = 9.98* 10 24 kgRadius of Uranus = 6.38 * 106Mass of Sun =1.99*1030Formula for velocityV = √(Gm) /rT = 2π √ R3/GmReview Questions1)Two masses 4.0 kg and 8.0 kg, are located 2 m apart. What is the gravitational attraction force between them.2) What is the mass of an object which experiences a pull of 10 N at the Earth's surface?3)At what height above the earth's surface would an objects weight be one half the value at the surface?Review QuestionsTwo masses 4.0 kg and 8.0 kg, are located 2 m apart. What is the gravitational attraction force between them.Fg = G (m1m2) r2What is the mass of an object which experiences a pull of 10 N at the Earth's surface?10g = g(m1m2) r2At what height above the earth's surface would an objects weight be one half the value at the surface?Fg = G (m1m2) Fg = 6.67*10-11 (5.98*1024)(90) r2 (6.38*106)2Fg = 881= weight 440 = 6.67*10-11 (5.98*1024)(90) r2 r = 9 * 106 metersSubtract this new r from the radius of earth and you get 2.6*106 metersAt what position between the Earth and the moon would a spaceship experience no net force?This is where the centripetal force = the force of gravitymv^2/r = GMm m/r^2MicrogravityEven though astronauts in the space ship are floating, they still experience gravity. In fact, gravity is still fairly strong (Earth’s gravity is strong enough to keep the moon in orbit)Hence apparent weighlessness experienced by astronauts is called microgravity. There still is gravity...and they are still falling towards the center of the Earth…but because they are so far away and Earth is moving so fast…there falling never quite catches up to Earth’s movement.If I were to drop an apple in the spaceshuttle, it would be in a free fall towards earth…but it would appear to floatPage 591 Questions 15-17
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