Calculate the moments of inertia I_{1}, I_{2}, and I_{3} for a homogeneous ellipsoid of mass M with axes' lengths 2a>2b> 2c.
I'm trying to find a solution method that doesn't use the Jacobian.
Calculate the moments of inertia I1, I2, and I3 for a homogeneous ellipsoid of mass M...
3 Consider a top with principle moments of inertia I3 > I2>. Initially it rotates with frequency wi about the axis 1 . A a small torque T2 = To cosO2 is applied about the axis 2. Use Euler's equations and calculate ωι,w2,w3 in the first order in To 3 Consider a top with principle moments of inertia I3 > I2>. Initially it rotates with frequency wi about the axis 1 . A a small torque T2 = To cosO2...
Use the mesh-current method to find the branch currents i1, i2, and i3 in the circuit in figure (Figure 1) if v1 = 35 V and v3 = 81 V .Find the current i1.Find the current i2.Find the current i3.
calculate I1 I2 I3 I4 and I5. find the total power loss in the resistors and verify that it equals the power delivered by the battery. 50 10Ω 35V 00 102 Fig. 1.21
By assuming P and L calculate the moment of inertia (I1,I2, and I3) and the maximum bending stress as it mentioned below THEORETICAL CALCULATION Support Reactions. If P= N and the L. is _mm: a free body diagram of entire beam is shown in Fig. 2 (a) +F;=0; -P+A,+C, =0 L/2 +M = 0; - P(1/2)+C,L=0 L/2 YU L C Region AB AO Shear and Moment Functions. A frec-body diagram of the left segment of the beam is shown in...
Measure I1, I2, I3, I tot and V. Next calculate Req you can find the equation in the lab manual. Then add together I1+I2+I3, next calculate Icalc. 4) Now Make this circuit, it is the same as Figure 7 in the lab manual; I tot 1.11 12 13 (Al- +2 +3 Figure 7: Schematic of three resistors in parallel. I used 11, 12, 13 and I tot this is the same as A1, A2, A3 and A1+2+3. Measure 11, 12,...
Using kcl find the values of I1, I2, I3 Q1: Form a linear system of cquations for the given below circuit using basic laws of electrical enginecring. Also find the numerical solution of developed system by using Gauss-Seidal's iterative method. (CLO2) (10) 1-12 2-12- 13 5 Ohms J1 2 Ohms 2 Ohms J2 I31 2 V 61 hms 80 ms 5 hms 3 Ohms 4 V -12 8V 1-12-13 Q2: Find the solution (real root) for the following non-linear equation...
Use Kirchhoff's rules to calculate currents I, I1, I2, I3, I4, and I5. One Power Supply Multifood Circuit With the power supply unplugged, connect the circuit as shown in Figure 1 with R_1 = 20 ohm, R_2 = 50 ohm, R_3 = 100 ohm, R_4 = 25 ohm, and R_5 = 75 ohm. After the circuit is checked by your instructor, plug in the power supply, turn on the power and adjust the total voltage V to approximately 8.00 V...
1. Consider a uniform rectangular plate with mass M, side lengths a and 2a, and negligible thickness. In the following, ignore gravitational and frictional forces. a. Identify the principal axes and derive the principal moments of inertia 2a b. The plate is made to rotate with a constant angular velocity around an axis coincident with a diagonal of the rectangle as shown. Express the angular momentum vector in terms of the body coordinate system consisting of the body's principal axes...
The system shown below is made up of one mass and two inertia's (M, I1, and I2). Mass M is connected to Inertia I2 by a damper Ci that is pivoted at each end. The system outputs are y and 0, and the input is force F. At the equilibrium position shown all of the springs are unstretched. Therefore for this problem the initial spring forces are zero and may be neglected. Find the governing differential equations of motion in...
answer all parts Figure 3: A rotating shaft with the welded homogeneous solid cube of mass m with the size of the edge 2a. 6. A weightless (light) shaft AB of length 6a has a homogeneous solid cube of mass m with the size of the edge equal to 2a welded to the shaft along the edge CD, see Figure 3. The system is supported by bearings at A and B and rotates about AB at 2 radians per second....