A Short Course in Elementary Mechanics for Engineers by Clifford Newton. Mills

By Clifford Newton. Mills

Writer: manhattan, D. Van Nostrand corporation book date: 1916 matters: Mechanics Notes: this can be an OCR reprint. there's typos or lacking textual content. There aren't any illustrations or indexes. for those who purchase the overall Books variation of this booklet you get loose trial entry to Million-Books.com the place you could choose from greater than one million books at no cost. it's also possible to preview the ebook there.

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The weighing 3 tons momentum? 018 second, falls vertically If the force of the what is feet. 4 blow is ex- the average force of the A car weighing 100 tons has a constant resistance of 20 pounds per ton. What force will be required to give the car a velocity of 40 miles per hour in two min11. utes? 12. , amounts to 12 pounds per ton. How long will to attain a velocity of 30 miles per hour, tance will be travelled? How take it and what dis- take the engine and car in problem the incline, starting from rest and up to rest at the end without use of the brakes?

Utes? 12. , amounts to 12 pounds per ton. How long will to attain a velocity of 30 miles per hour, tance will be travelled? How take it and what dis- take the engine and car in problem the incline, starting from rest and up to rest at the end without use of the brakes? coming car A 60 miles 14. travelling per hour is brought to 13. long will it 12 to go 2048 feet rest by a uniform resisting force in total resisting force in 4096 feet. Find the per ton. pounds i ounce enters a piece of wood with a velocity of 2000 feet per second and penetrates 15.

1 _ 2_5 _ -32^-20—4^. = Momentum of hammer and nail before impact = velocity after . ^>,, "^ • F, where F the initial is after impact the impact. Hence — — —^ 4 F. Therefore F equals i6*32 per second. Let t feet 161 be the time of penetration. Impulse 400 t = — Then 20. 32 Hence / -equals -h second. during the penetration is | The average F or -—- velocity feet per second. 37 KINETICS The moved by distance 12 — 1600 • lOI A 2. —= I • I Example the nail is o • T. 8 inches. 64 cannon weighing 40 tons fires a 1500-pound shell with a velocity of 1200 feet per second.

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