The first step in the problem is to draw your free-body diagram and label all of the forces acting on the car.
Basically you have 3 forces, the force of the weight, the force of friction, and the normal force on each tire.
Because each of these forces are the same on each wheel it is only...
Fred is correct in saying that the velocity is so high because you are neglected the effects of viscous flow, which in real life application is quite significant. However if we want to use this concept you have to know several things about the pipe such as its roughness coefficeint \epsilon...
You are getting confused I think between what a vector is and what a point is. A vector only describes the direction something something is acting in. Not at which point it is acting it.
Your answer is still incorrect because of the direction in the k direction. Use your right hand rule...
The thing about Laplace transforms is that you basically need to just know thier identities and properties. Thats the only way to do them really. Especially thier inverse. Go to your book and find the table that shows the Laplace Transform identities. The inverse Laplace just changes the...
If the moment is in the Z direction then the problem is already solved. Remember that in i,j,k coordinates x=i, y=j, z=k. Therefore if the moment is acting in the z direction what would your vector be? Use the right hand rule to figure out the direction of the moment. Hint (curl your...
Ok you know that
P_1+\frac{1}{2} \rho_1 V_1^2+\rho_1 g h_1 = P_2+\frac{1}{2} \rho_2 V_2^2+\rho_2 g h_2
And
Q_1 = Q_2 = V_1 A_1=V_2 A_2
Because of steady flow
So you have the P1 and P2 you know the density and the height I assume would be the same. Therefore from Bernoulli's...
Sweetness. Thanks for the help.
On a side note my test today was completely void of the delta function. Infact it only had 4 questions. One was a second-order linear non-homogenous ODE with a discontinuous unit step function that you needed to use a Laplace transform to answer so that was...
I would actually like to know whether or not that is the real reason. What are the upper level course's Mechs take? I've heard thousands of times that ME and EE have wider applicability but I don't know wheter or not thats true. For comparison, here are the courses I take as AE starting with...
Mr. P,
What I was saying is that if you were to model an engine or a pump or whatever you would have certain things that will remain constant based on the model and your real life situation. These parameters such as viscosity, density, and pressure. Therefore you can cancel them as long as...
Ok I think I might be getting this now.
Here's one I was working on
\int_{\infty}^\infty\exp(2t)\cos(t) \delta(t)f(t) \ dt
I got the answer of 1.
My reasoning...
The way I understand is when evaluating the integral of a delta function of \delta(t-a) it equals f(a) in this case a=0 so...
I am just finishing a fluid mechanics course this semester where we talked about modelling things that you are talking about. The first thing you want to do is to determine what parameters are important to you and how they depend on eachother.
Take thrust for example.
You want to find the...
I have a test in Diff Eq. tommorow and part of the test is inovling the Dirac Delta function. I have no clue as to what it is at all. More specifically its Laplace and Inverse Laplace. If anyone could explain to me what the delta function is and how to use in in diff eq and what are its...