Rotational motion – Flywheel problem

The flywheel has mass m & is rotating with angular velocity w.the radius of the flywheel is R. masses m1 & m2are placed over r1 & r2 radius.find the change in w due to the placing of masses? Posted by Tushar Srivastava (Waiting for your responses before posting the final solution)

A simple numerical on momentum

Car mass is 1200 kg moving velocity is 108 km/hr. On applying brakes velocity reduced to 36 km/hr. Find change in momentum? (posted by Aditi) Answer: m=1200 kg u=108 x 5/18=30m/s v=36×5/18=10m/s Change in momentum = m(v-u) = 1200 x (30-10)=1200 ...

A simple numerical on momentum

Car mass is 1200 kg moving velocity is 108 km/hr. On applying brakes velocity reduced to 36 km/hr. Find change in momentum? (posted by Aditi) Answer: m=1200 kg u=108 x 5/18=30m/s v=36×5/18=10m/s Change in momentum = m(v-u) = 1200 x (30-10)=1200 ...

Why gravitational force of attraction is necessary for a satellite to revolve around earth?

The question was posted by Raj Kumar. The satellite has a velocity. To revolve around, the direction of velocity must change. In the absence of a force it can move only in a straight line. It is the gravitational force which helps the satellite top change direction and revolve around the earth. In other words, for a [...]

Explain IMPULSE in simple terms

Vimal asked this question. Impulse is the effect of a force and is measured as the change in momentum produced. The same effect, that is the same change in momentum can be produced by a large force acting for a short interval of time, a small force acting for a large interval of time or a moderate [...]

The mechanism of operation in a capacitor

The DC doesnt flow through capacitor. I thought it was because the electrons jus get saturated on one side and are lost on other side, such that it can’t take or give up anymore or plausibly due to voltage developed across it whereas in AC as directions keep changing, saturation doesnt occur. But it if [...]

Tested Physics Links to Learn the Laws of Motion online

Newton’s Laws of motion First Law: Every body continues to be in its state of rest or state of uniform motion in a straight line unless an external force complels it to do so. Second Law: The rate of change of momentum of a body is directly proportional to the net external force acting on [...]