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Nataliya Yufa

We want to find ω such that at least for a moment the particles are not stuck to the

cylinder. This is most likely to happen at the top, where the normal force is in the direction

of gravity. For the particle to leave the cylinder, N=0. Hence the y-component of the total

force on the particle is

mv 2

Fg + N = Fg = . (1)

r

Using the relation v = ωR we obtain

v2

mg = m = mω 2 R, (2)

r

r

g

⇒ ωc = . (3)

R

Thus for all values of ω less than ωc the particles will not be stuck to the walls all the time.

We want to find the radius r of the circle in terms of v0 , θ and g. Consider the x- and

y-components of the net force acting on the mass.

Since there’s no movement in the y-direction, Fy is zero, i.e.

Fy = Ny − mg = 0 ⇒ Ny = mg. (4)

Ny

From the geometry we find that tan θ = Nx

, hence

Ny mg

Nx = = . (5)

tan θ tan θ

Circular motion in the horizontal direction implies that

mg mv02

Fx = Nx = = , (6)

tan θ r

and solving for r we have

vo2 tan θ

r= . (7)

g

1

(2.12) Pulling out the tablecloth

Initially, the glass is accelerated by the force of friction due to the tablecloth for some

time tmax . In this time it will reach velocity vo

Ff tmax

vo = = µgtmax . (8)

m

On the other hand, the glass will be slowed down by the friction due to the table (which,

because the coefficients of friction happen to be the same for the table and the tablecloth,

has the same magnitude as the frictional force of the tablecloth). We want the glass to slow

down in a given distance d, thus q

v0 = 2µgd. (9)

Combine the two expressions for v0 to get

q

v0 = µgtmax = 2µgd (10)

s s

2µgd 2d 2 · 0.5f t 1

⇒ tmax = = = = s. (11)

µg µg .5 · 32f t/s2 4

Intuitively, the shortest period of rotation will occur when the two solid spheres are as

close as possible to each other. Let’s try to prove this. Because gravity is responsible for the

circular motion, we have

Gm2 mv 2

= (12)

4r2 r

s

Gm

⇒v= . (13)

4r

The period is given by

2πr 4π 3/2

T = =√ r . (14)

v Gm

Note that the smaller the radius, the shorter the period. However, we’re limited by the

radius of the spheres, as they cannot come closer than their radius R. Hence the shortest

possible period would be T = √4πGm

R3/2 .

Let’s choose the x- and y-axis to be horizontal and vertical respectively, since the car

should be moving in a horizontal surface and therefore there should be a non-zero force solely

in the horizontal direction. Writing the components of the total force we have

Fy = 0 = N cos θ − mg ± µN sin θ (15)

2

and

mv 2

Fx = N sin θ ∓ µN cos θ = . (16)

R

Here the different signs correspond to the maximum and minimum velocities. It follows that

mg

N= . (17)

cos θ ± µ sin θ

gR

v2 = (sin θ ∓ µ cos θ). (18)

cos θ ± µ sin θ

Writing this in a different form

< v2 < . (19)

cos θ + µ sin θ cos θ − µ sin θ

The trick to this problem is to realize that there is no force in the radial direction as the

rod is frictionless. Hence the total force is given by F~ = F θ̂. Newton said F = ma, thus

h i

F θ̂ = m (r̈ − rθ̇2 )r̂ + (rθ̈ + 2ṙθ̇)θ̂ , (20)

where θ̇ equals ω. It must be that the radial component of the acceleration is zero since the

radial part of the force is zero:

r̈ − ω 2 r = 0. (21)

Now we need to find the solution to this differential equation.

Let’s try the solution r = Ae−γt + Beγt . Then

r̈ = γ 2 r = ω 2 r, (23)

and therefore γ = ω.

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