A 1.62 oz golf ball with a 1.70 in. diameter is hit by a club at point P. Velocity magnitude of the ball's center of mass is 180 ft/s after the impact. What is the angular velocity of the ball? (h = 0.2 in.)
A 1 oz. bullet with a horizontal velocity of 350 ft/s strikes a circular disk. The bullet is embedded into the disk after impact. What is the angular velocity of the cylinder with the embedded bullet after impact? The disk weighs 8 lb and has a radius of 1.2 ft. Assume the bullet's mass is uniformly distributed in the disk after impact.
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A bullet weighing 2 oz was fired horizontally into a 100 lb sand box suspended on a rope 3 ft long as shown. It was calculated from the observed angle that the box with the bullet embedded in it swung to a height of 0.097 ft. What was the speed of the bullet as it entered the box? Assume the box is small and acts like a particle.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com March 4, 2021, 6:18 pm ad1c9bdddf
A.) Mass of the ball, m = 1.62 oz = 1.62/16 lb
radius of the ball, r = 1.7/2 in = 1.7/(2*12) ft
h = 0.2 in = 0.2/12 ft
speed of the ball after the impact, v = 180 ft/s
moment of inertia of the ball, I = (2/5)*m*r^2
Let us assume the impulse be Im, and angular velocity of the ball be, w.
Hence, by linear momentum, Im = m*v
By angular momentum
Im*h = I*w
=> w = Im/w = m*v*h/(2*m*r^2/5)
=> w = 5*v*h/(2*r^2) = 5*180*(0.2/12)/(2*(1.7/(2*12))^2)
=> w = 1494.8 rad/s ~= 1490 rad/s --Answer(b)
1.) mass of the bullet mb = 1 oz = 1/16 lb
speed of the bullet before collision vb = 350 ft/s
radius of the disk R = 1.2 ft
mass of the disk md = 8 lb
moment of inertia of the disk about O, Id = (1/2)md*R^2 + md*R^2 = (3/2)*md*R^2 = 1.5*8*1.2^2 = 1
After impact moment of inertia of the bullet about O, Ib = ...
This solution is provided in approximately 788 words. It uses linear momentum and angular momentum law to calculate angular velocity and uses energy law to calculate displacement.