By Clifford Newton. Mills

ISBN-10: 1152039687

ISBN-13: 9781152039681

Writer: ny, D. Van Nostrand corporation book date: 1916 topics: Mechanics Notes: this can be an OCR reprint. there is typos or lacking textual content. There aren't any illustrations or indexes. in the event you purchase the final Books variation of this booklet you get unfastened trial entry to Million-Books.com the place you could choose from greater than one million books at no cost. you may also preview the booklet there.

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Thrown with a velocity of 100 feet per second; find the maximum range, and the two direc- bullet 2. A it is ball is ELEMENTARY MECHANICS FOR ENGINEERS 26 . which the tions in range of 144 mum feet. ball may be thrown Also the time of so as to give a flight for the maxi- range. 3. A ball is thrown horizontally from the top of a tower 100 feet high, with a velocity of 144 feet per second. Find (i) the time of flight, (2) distance from the foot of the tower of the point at which the ball hits the gromid, and when it hits the ground.

18. A body of weight 9 pounds is placed on a smooth and connected table at a distance of 8 feet from its edge, by a string passing over the edge, with a weight of i the acceleration, (2) the time that pound. elapses before the body reaches the edge, and (3) its Find velocity (i) upon leaving the table. A body of weight 10 pounds is placed at the bottom of a plane, inclined 30° to the horizon and of length 12 feet, and is connected with a weight of 6 pounds by a 19. string passing over the top of the plane.

Tan~i 23 plane 65 feet in length is inclined at an angle A body slides down the T2- to the horizontal. plane, and then passes without loss of velocity onto the horizontal plane; after how long a time from the beginning of the motion will foot of the plane? A 14. plane is it be 200 feet from the 288 feet long and 64 feet high. how to divide the plane into three parts so that may slide Show a ball over the portions in equal times, and find these times. A 15. body slides down an inclined plane, and during the fifth second after starting passes over a distance of 72 feet.

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