## 700 Solved Problems In Vector Mechanics for Engineers: DynamicsIntended for all college students majoring in engineering. Each book is a complete and expert source of problems with solutions and is the most comprehensive solved-problem reference in its subject. There is no expository text or presentation of theory and 50% of the problems are in SI units. This will be the companion to the recently published volume. |

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### Contents

KINEMATICS OF PARTICLES | 1 |

DYNAMICS OF PARTICLES | 91 |

KINEMATICS OF PLANE MOTION OF A RIGID BODY | 154 |

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angular acceleration angular displacement angular velocity assumed automobile axes block brakes cable center of mass centrifugal force centroidal coordinates coefficient of friction coefficient of restitution components constant curve cylinder deceleration direction disk distance drag force dynamic bearing forces eliminated between Eqs energy terms equation of motion equilibrium Figure Find the velocity force acting force exerted force which acts free-body diagram friction force ft/s gear given impact impending in/s inertia force initial velocity interval of motion kinetic energy mass element mass moments mass particle moment of inertia moments of inertia Newton's second law normal force parallel-axis theorem percent plane motion potential energy problem products of inertia pulley quantity r/min rad/s radius of gyration reaction forces rectilinear translation resultant force rigid body rotation shaft shown in Fig shows the free-body sliding slipping motion solution speed sphere vehicle velocity and acceleration wheel work-energy equation zero