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Question number: 25

» Classical Mechanics » Relativistic Kinematics

Appeared in Year: 2012

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A rod of proper length oriented parallel to the X- axis moves with speed along the Y – axis in the S – frame, where C is the speed of light in free space. The observer is also moving along the X – axis with speed with respect to the S – frame. The length of the rod as measured by the observer is

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A particle of mass slides under the gravity without friction along the parabolic path , as shown in the figure. Here, is a constant.

Arc c Arc c: CircularArc [E, F, G] Vector u Vector u: Vector [A, B] Vector u Vector u: Vector [A, B] Vector v Vector v: Vector [C, D] Vector v Vector v: Vector [C, D] Vector w Vector w: Vector [H, I] Vector w Vector w: Vector [H, I] Vector a Vector a: Vector [J, K] Vector a Vector a: Vector [J, K] Point H H = (6.16, 0.92) Point H H = (6.16, 0.92) Y text1 = “Y”m text1_1 = “m”X text1_2 = “X”g text1_3 = “g”

a Particle Is Sliding Along the Parabolic Path

In a figure a particle of mass m slides under the gravity without friction along the parabolic path.

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» Classical Mechanics » Lagrange's and Hamilton's Formalisms

Appeared in Year: 2012

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The Lagrangian for this particle is given by –

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» Classical Mechanics » Lagrange's and Hamilton's Formalisms

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The Lagrange’s equation of motion of the particle is –

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Question number: 28

» Classical Mechanics » Moment of Inertia Tensor

Appeared in Year: 2011

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A heavy symmetrical top is rotating about its own axis of symmetry (the axis). If and are the principal moments of inertia along and axes respectively, then –

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Question number: 29

» Classical Mechanics » Collisions and Scattering Problems

Appeared in Year: 2011

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Two particles, each of rest mass collide head – on and stick together. Before collision, the speed of each mass was times the speed of light in free space. The mass of the final entity is

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