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Angular Impulse Force

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Assuming an angular impulse =0.5*3(25/12)=3.125pound*ft*sec and an impact that takes 0.1 second, with what force (in pounds force) will the door strike the door jamb?

Please provide an explanation with the equations, arithmetic calculations and units.

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Because,
angular impulse = 3.125 pound.ft.sec
width of the ...

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This solution includes simple calculations. The angular impulse of a door jamb is determined.

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