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PG Brainstormer - 9C

PG Brainstormer - 9 C

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Instruction : In Section - A each question from 1 to 15 is of 3 Marks and there is a negative marking of -1 Mark.

Section - A Single Choice Correct Type Questions (Q. No. 1 to 15)

In this section 15 questions are there and each question has four choices (A), (B), (C) and (D) out of which ONLY ONE is

correct. Marking Scheme - +3 for RIGHT answer and -1 for WRONG answer.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

A massless string is wrapped around a hollow cylinder having mass m and radius r. The cylinder is kept on a rough

horizontal surface (coefficient of friction is µ). A constant force F is applied as shown in the figure. In case of pure

rolling, the friction force acting on the bottom most point of the cylinder is :

(A) 0

F
C
A

(B) µmg

(D) 3 mg

2

mg

2

(C)

A uniform rod of mass ‘m’ and length ‘L’ is rigidly fixed to an axis, making an angle ‘’ with it as

shown in the figure. The rod is rotated about this axis so that the free end of the rod moves with

a uniform speed ‘v’. the angular momentum of the rod about the axis is :

(A)

1

3 mvL sin

(C) mvL cos

(B)

1

3 mvL sin

(D) None of the above

A sphere is moving towards +ve x-axis with a velocity v c and rotates clockwise with angular

speed as shown in the figure, such that v

> R. The instantaneous axis of rotation will be :

c

 (A) on point P (C) inside the sphere

(B) on point P'

(D) outside the sphere.

axis
A
P’
C

P

B

v c

Consider the shown mechanism ABC. At a certain instant block C was found to be moving with a speed of 1 m/s

to the right. At this instant what is the magnitude of vertical component of velocity of B :

B

 (A) 1/2 m/s (C) 3 /4 m/s
(B)
3 /2 m/s
(D) 2
3 m/s

Consider a body, shown in figure, consisting of two identical balls, each

of mass M connected by a light rigid rod. If an impulse J = MV is imparted

to the body at one of its ends, what would be its angular velocity?

 (A) V/L (B) 2V/L (C)V/3L (D) V/4L

M

L
L
C
30
A
L
M
J = MV

A hemispherical shell rests on a rough inclined plane whose angle of friction is , then the maximum inclination of the plane of base of rim from the horizontal is :

 (A)  = sin –1 (sin ) (B)  = sin –1 (2 sin ) (C)  = sin –1 (3 sin ) (D)  = sin –1 (4 sin )

7.

8.

9.

PG Brainstormer - 9C

A uniform disc of radius 2

prevent slipping at any instant of time. At some instant its angular velocity is 1 rad/sec and angular acceleration is

3 m is moving on a horizontal surface whose coefficient of friction is sufficient to

to

of

(A)

3 rad/s 2 . If at this instant, a point P on the disc has no acceleration, then the position vector of point P with respect

a frame moving with linear velocity, same as the velocity of centre of mass of the disc and origin lies on the centre

the disc at all instant as shown in the figure :

(C)

1.5

2.5

ˆ

(i

ˆ

(i

3 ˆ j)

3 ˆ j)

(B) 1.5

(D) 2.5

ˆ

(i

ˆ

(i

3 ˆ j)

3 ˆ j)

y
r 
O
P

x

A rectangular metal plate ABCD is supported by two hinges P 1 and P

plane (with line AB vertical) as shown in the figure. The reaction forces R

2 so that it remains in equilibrium in vertical

2 exerted by hinges on the metal

1 and R

plate is best, depicted by :
A
D
R
1
P
1
(A)
R
P
2
2
B
C
 R A 1 P 1 2 P 2 B D R A 1 P 1 R 2 P 2 B D (B) (C) R C C
A
D
P
R
1
1
(D)
P
R
2
2
B
C

A wheel rotates about an axle due to the friction of axle it experiences a retardation which is proportional to its

angular velocity . It completes n revolutions when angular velocity falls to half of the initial value. How many more

revolutions will it make before coming to rest?

(A) 2n

(B) n

(C) n/2

(D) n/3

Paragraph for Question Nos. 10 to 12

A cylinder of mass m and radius R is rolling without slipping on a horizontal surface with angular velocity 0 . The

velocity of centre of mass of cylinder is 0 R. The cylinder comes across a step of height R/4. (Assume required

friction is present at edge of the step so that cylinder does not slip at the edge) Answer the following questions

based on above information.

10.

11.

12.

 R
0
O
R
R
0
R/4

Then the angular velocity of cylinder just after the collision is (Assume cylinder remains in contact and no slipping

occurs on the edge of the step) :

(A)

50 /6

(B) 0

(C) 20 /3

(D) 60 /5

Find the minimum angular velocity () of cylinder so that cylinder rides up the step without slipping or jumping :

0

(A) 2

5

(B)

3

5

3 g
R

(C)

5

2

(D)

g
3
R

Find the maximum angular velocity () of cylinder so that cylinder rides up the step without jumping :

0

(A)

3

5

3 g
R

(B) 2

5

3
g
R

(C)

1

2

3 g
R

(D)

1

2

g
3 R

PG Brainstormer - 9C

Paragraph for Question Nos. 13 to 15 Crank shaft mechanism is a classic example of converting rotational motion into translation motion. The flywheel is performing rotation motion while the piston is performing pure translation motion. The engine rotates the flywheel at a constant angular velocity . A rod AB of length l, hinged at points A and B connects the flywheel with the piston. (Assume l >> r).

A
l
r
O
Piston

13. The magnitude of velocity of piston as a function of time (at t = 0 points O,A and B were in a line.)

(A)

(l + r cos t)

(B) rsint

14. The motion of point A on the flywheel is :

(A) periodic

(B) oscillatory

(C) r

 

1

r

l

cos

t

 

(C) simple harmonic

sin t (D) None of these

(D) None of these

15. Magnitude of angular velocity of the rod as a function of time is :

(A)

 

l

r

  sint

(B)

 

l

r

  cost

*

*

*

(C)

*

*

 

 

 

l

r

(D) None of these.

PG Brainstormer - 9C

PG Brainstormer - 9 C

RIGID BODY DYNAMICS & CONSERVATION LAWS

An Ultimate Tool to understand advanced High School Physics by ASHISH ARORASir

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OMR Sheet for the PG Brainstormer - 9 C (MECHANICS)

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PG Brainstormer - 9C

PG Brainstormer - 9 C

RIGID BODY DYNAMICS & CONSERVATION LAWS

An Ultimate Tool to understand advanced High School Physics by ASHISH ARORASir

Time Allowed

Maximum Marks

45 Min

45