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CHENNAI CENTRE

Subject: Physics Topic: ROTATION

NAME:

LEVEL 1&2

1. A mass m is moving with a constant velocity v0 along a line y = -a and away from the origin. Find the magnitude of its

angular momentum with respect to origin.

2. A solid cylinder of mass M and radius R rolls down an inclined plane with height h without slipping. Find the speed

of its centre of mass when it reaches its bottom.

3. If the radius of the earth were to contract to half its present value, find the new period. The angular velocity of earth

2

about its own axis is rad./hr.

24

4. The centre of a wheel rolling on a plane surface moves with a speed v 0. Find the speed of a particle P on the rim of the

wheel at the same level as the centre and another particle Q on the rim just below centre.

5. A circular disc rolls down an inclined plane with a height h from horizontal surface. Find

(a) Direction of friction force on disc

(b) What will be the fraction of the total energy associated with its translational energy?

(c) Is there any work done by friction force (yes/no) ?

6. A circular disc rolls down an inclined plane with a height h from horizontal surface. Find

(a) Direction of friction force on disc

(b) What will be the fraction of the total energy associated with its translational energy?

(c) Is there any work done by friction force (yes/no) ?

the circumference of the body shown at the instant in figure

is 2V sin /2 or 2R sin (/2) R O

V

P

shell of mass M and radius R about axis XX. X

X

9. A metre rod of mass 2kg is placed on a horizontal frictionless surface. A force of 10N is constantly applied

(constantly) at a distance from one of its end. The rod is free to rotate about an axis passing though one of its end.

Find the angular displacement of the centre of mass of the rod in first 1 sec.

10. A rod of length 0 is lying on X axis between points (0, 0) and (0, Y

0) as shown. The mass per unit length varies with x as = 0 x.

Find the moment of inertia of the rod about Y-axis.

(0, 0) X

(0, 0)

11. A uniform rod AB of mass m and length is at rest on smooth horizontal surface. An impulse P is applied to the end B

mL

perpendicular to the length of the rod. The time taken by the rod to turn a angle is . Find .

24P

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Chapter Practice Problems

12. (a) A wheel rotates about a stationary axis so that the rotation angle varies with time as = at2 where a = 0.2

rad/sec2. Find the magnitude of net acceleration of the point A at a distance 0.65m from the axis at the time t = 2.5 sec.

(b) The position of a particle moving along a straight line varies with time according to law x t 2 4t 4 . Draw

approximate distance vs time and acceleration vs time graph.

13. Two identical thin rods AB and CD having mass M and length L as fixed as shown. A

D

Find the moment of inertia of the system about axis XX.

X X

C

B

14. A semi circular ring of mass 1 kg and radius 0.5 m is held at rest in x-y Y

plane. The ring is dislodged gently from the position of rest. Find the

angular velocity with which it strikes the surface under no slip

condition. [Assume the diameter is parallel to the horizontal surface.]

about an axis passing through centre of the lamina. Two /2 /2

/2

lamina are attached with the light rod of length l, joining

/2

the centre of two lamina. If applied torque is 10 N-m, find

the angular velocity of the lamina after 2 sec from the /2

start.

/2 /2

/2

A

plane about P. Two small fixed beads on the rod each has mass

(m = M/2) are fixed at points Q and R as shown in figure. find /2

moment of inertia about Q

B B

(a) the axis AA.

(b) the axis BB which is parallel to AA /2

17. A constant tangent force F acts at the top of a solid cylinder of mass m and F

radius R so that the cylinder rolls on a horizontal surface without slipping. R

Find the magnitude and the direction of the friction force exerted by the

cylinder on the surface.

[4]

horizontal. Find its angular momentum about the pint of projection when it is

at the highest point of its trajectory.

19. One end of a massless spring of spring constant 100 N / m and natural length 0.5 m is fixed and the other end is connected

to a particle of mass 0.5 kg lying on a frictionless horizontal table. The spring remains horizontal. If the mass is made

to rotate at an angular velocity of 2 rad/s, find the elongation of the spring. [2]

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Chapter Practice Problems

20. Half of the rectangular plate shown in fig is made of a material of density

1, and other half of density 2. The length of the plate is . Locate the

centre of mass of the plate. 1 2

21. Two particles of same mass m are connected by a light spring of natural y

length . This system is placed along x-axis as shown in figure. If at t =

0 particle at origin is given a velocity v0 i then find position of centre

of mass at any time t.

(0, 0) x

22. Two uniform discs of m and radius r are joined as shown in figure. Find

moment of inertia of combined body about common tangent in the plane of

discs.

B

surface. A force F is applied at end B perpendicular to AB. Find initial

acceleration of end B w.r.t. ground.

speed u0. The point A is at a height h from the ground, and the particle

is projected in the xy plane as shown in the figure. Find the angular

u0

momentum of the particle about the point O, when it reaches the A

ground.

h

O

x( i )

z( k)

LEVEL 3&4

25. There is a equilateral triangular solid plate of mass m and edge length a. Find the moment of inertia of the plate about

an axis along the edge and in the plane of the edge.

cylinder of mass m is placed over the plank. If plank and M

cylinder is released from rest. Find the acceleration of

cylinder. Assume friction between cylinder and plank is

sufficient to prevent slipping.

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Chapter Practice Problems

27. Starting from rest, a sphere rolls down an incline. What is the

value of the of static friction if there is to be no slipping.

angular speed on a smooth horizontal plane as shown.

(a) Find the magnitude and sense of angular momentum about

centre of mass .

(b) Find the magnitude and sense of angular momentum about

O.

C

(c) In case disc is rolling with angular speed on a horizontal

plane as shown, find magnitude of angular momentum about O x

(i) C (ii) O

shown in the figure. The board is kept horizontal and there is no B

slipping at any contact points. Find the distance moved by the board r

R

when distance moved by the axis of the bobbin is .

shaft of radius r around which a string is wound. The YO - YO starts from

rest and unwinds itself. Show that the tension in the string during descent is

Mg I

given by

Mr I

2

P Q

with the distance x (from P ) , as =

m

1 ax

2l

(i) Determine the value of a x

(ii) also determine the distance of c.m. from the end P.

32. On the top of a smooth sphere of radius R a small body is placed when the sphere is m

imparted a constant acceleration 0 in the horizontal direction, the body begin sliding

down. Find at the moment of break off the velocity of the body relative to the sphere. R

acceleration . at some instant its angular velocity is . At that particular

instant find out acceleration of point P with respect to ground as shown in

the figure.

R

C P

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Chapter Practice Problems

34. A constant force F = mg sin is applied at the centre of a uniform disc. mg sin

Force is always parallel and down the plane as shown in figure. Find out

minimum coefficient of friction between inclined plane and disc so that pure

rolling is possible.

35. A particle of mass m is suspended with two similar light, A 300 300 B

inextensible strings OB and OA as shown in the figure. If string OB

is cut then calculate the ratio of tension in string OA before cutting

OB and after cutting OB. O

36. A solid disc of mass m and radius r is given a velocity V 0 and an angular velocity of

2V0 V0

as shown. It is then placed on a rough horizontal surface, whose coefficient of

r

friction is . Find the time after which the sphere will start rolling without sliding.

37. A force F acts tangentially at the highest point of a sphere of mass m kept on a rough horizontal plane. If the sphere rolls

without slipping, find the acceleration of the centre of the sphere.

38. A uniform rod of length is initially held with one end touching the

smooth horizontal base of a lift, making an angle with the vertical.

The lift is moving upward with acceleration a, show that when the rod a

is released, its angular speed when it makes angle with the vertical is

given by

12(g a) (cos cos )

=

(1 3 sin2 )

39. Thin threads are tightly wound on the ends of a uniform solid cylinder of mass

m. The free ends of the threads are attached to the ceiling of a lift. The lift `

starts moving up with an acceleration a0. Find the acceleration of the cylinder a0

relative to the lift and the force F exerted by the cylinder on the ceiling.

40. Two particles A & B, each of mass m and moving with velocity v, hit the v

A

ends of a rigid bar of mass M and length simultaneously and stick to the

bar. The bar is kept on a smooth horizontal plane (as shown). Find the linear

and angular speed of the system (bar + particle) after the collision.

v B

41. 3. A wheel of moment of inertia I and radius r is free to rotate about its

center as shown in figure. A string is wrapped over its rim and a block of

mass m is attached to the free end of the string and the system is released

from rest. Find the speed of the block as it decends through a height h.

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Chapter Practice Problems

42. The pulley shown in figure has a moment of inertia I about its axis and radius R. Find the

magnitude of the acceleration of the two blocks. Assume that the string is light and does not slip

on the pulley.

m

M

surface. It collides with a light spring of stiffness K with a kinetic energy F

E. If the surface (AB) under the spring is smooth, find the maximum

compression of the spring.

B A

44. A rod AB of mass M and length L is lying on a horizontal frictionless surface. A particle of mass m travelling along the

surface hits the end A of the rod with a velocity v0 in a direction perpendicular to AB. The collision is completely

elastic. The particle comes to rest just after the collision.

(a) Find the ratio m/M.

(b) A point P on the rod is at rest immediately after the collision. Find the distance AP.

45. A small sphere of radius r is released from point A inside the fixed large

hemispherical bowl of radius R as shown in figure. If the friction between A

the sphere and the bowl is sufficient enough to prevent any slipping then

find R

(a) what fractions of the total energy are translational and rotational ,

when the small sphere reaches the bottom of the hemisphere.

(b) and also the normal force exerted by the small sphere on the hemisphere when it is at the bottom of the

hemisphere.

46. Starting from rest, a uniform solid sphere of radius R rolls down on an

incline plane. Find

(a) minimum value of the coefficient of static friction.

(b) angular acceleration about centre of mass and acceleration of centre of

mass when it reaches on the bottom.

47. A man pushes a cylinder of mass 2m with the help of a plank of mass m m F

as shown in figure. There is no slipping at any contact. The horizontal

component of the force applied by the man is F. Find the acceleration of 2m

plank and the acceleration of cylinder. The magnitude of force is 2mg.

48. A ball is thrown in such a way that it slides with a linear speed v0 initially without rolling.(a) Prove that it will roll

without sliding when its linear speed falls to 5/7 v0. The transition from pure sliding to pure rolling is gradual so that

both sliding and rolling take place during this interval. (b) Find the distance travelled by the ball during the period of

transition from sliding to rolling.(c) Also number of revolutions by the ball made during the period of transition.

49. A tall chimney cracks near its base and falls over. Express

(i) the radial and (ii) the tangential acceleration of the top of chimney as a function of the angle made by the chimney

with the vertical.

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Chapter Practice Problems

50. A force F is applied from its centre along horizontal direction

(i) Find direction and magnitude of frictional force acting on the cylinder. m

F

(No slipping)

(ii) Find maximum acceleration of cylinder without

causing slip. Coefficient of friction between cylinder and surface is .

51. (a) A cubical block of mass m and edge a slides down a rough inclined plane of inclination with a uniform speed.

Find the torque of the normal force acting on the block about its centre.

(b) A spherical shell of mass m and radius R is released on an inclined plane of inclination . What should be the

minimum coefficient of friction between the shell and the plane, to prevent slipping

horizontal table. A particle of mass m strikes the end B perpendicularly

with velocity v0 and moves with velocity v0/2 in same direction just after

collision calculate coefficient of restitution between particle and rod.

v B

53. A cart with mass M has four wheels (idealized as uniform discs), each of radius r and mass m. Find the acceleration of

the cart when a horizontal force F is applied on it. There is no slipping between the wheels and the horizontal road.

X

a vertical plane about its end A. The rod is initially held in a

horizontal position and then released. At the time the rod makes

an angle 300 with the vertical, calculate =/6 C

(a) its angular acceleration

(b) its angular velocity

Y P

55. A massless rope is wrapped several times on a disc of mass M and radius R. The

other end is tied to a mass m which at the beginning is at a height h above the R

M

ground as shown in figure, when released, find the time taken by the mass to

touch the ground. Also find velocity of mass m when it touches the ground.

m

h

LEVEL 3&4

56. A cylinder of mass M and radius R is given a linear velocity vo on a rough horizontal plane with coefficient of friction

. The horizontal surface turns into a rough incline with inclination with horizontal which again turns into a horizontal

at a height h form initial surface as shown. Find the maximum value of v o so that the cylinder rolls from inclined plane

to top horizontal plane without being separated from the surface. Assume that the friction to be sufficient for pure rolling

at each surface and cylinder starts pure rolling before climbing the incline without experiencing any shock at bottom of

incline.

v0

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Chapter Practice Problems

57. A uniform rod of mass 4m, length 2 (=2meter) is kept on a smooth m u1

horizontal surface. Two balls of masses m and 3m moving with

velocities u1 = 20 m/s, 2/3 2

u2 = 10 m/s respectively, hit simultaneously on the rod. The direction C.M.

of their velocities are perpendicular to length of the rod and /3

immediately after collision both balls come to rest. Find

3m u2

(a) velocity of the centre of mass of the rod, immediately after collision.

(b) angular velocity of the rod about its centre of mass, immediately after collision.

58. A disc of radius R is spun to an angular speed o about its axis and then imparted a

0 R

horizontal velocity of magnitude (at t = 0) with its plane remaining vertical. The vo

4 o

coefficient of friction between the disc and the plane is . The sense of rotation and

direction of its linear speed are shown in the figure. Will the disc return to its initial

point? If yes, how long will it take to return?

59. A rod of length 1m and mass 4 kg , can rotate freely in a vertical plane around A

its end A. The rod is initially held in a horizontal position and then released.

At the time the rod makes an angle 45with the vertical, calculate

(a) its angular acceleration , 45

(b) its angular velocity, and

(c) the magnitude of the force exerted by the rod at the pivot.

60. In the given figure the rough horizontal surface has a frictionless vertical groove. A massless

bar can move freely into the vertical groove. It is attached to a spring of force constant k. Now

two solid spheres each of mass M are rotated to high angular velocity and placed in the

corners as shown. The co-efficient of kinetic friction between the spheres and the bar, and

between the spheres and the horizontal surface is . Find the compression of the spring.

61. A plank of mass M2 = 1 kg is kept on two rollers of masses M = 5 kg and m = 2.5 kg respectively and radius R = 20 cm

and r = 10 cm respectively. One end of the plank is attached with a string which passes through two light pulleys P 1

and P2. A block M1 = 1 kg is suspended through the pulley P2 as shown in figure. If the system is released from rest,

then find the

(a) acceleration of the block M1

(b) magnitude and direction of force of friction acting on bigger roller

(c) acceleration of smaller roller

M2

P1

m, r

M, R

P2

M1

62. A ball of radius r is released from the top of a rough hemispherical surface of radius of curvature R so that the ball rolls

without sliding. Find the tangential speed of the ball at the time of losing contact with the hemi-spherical surface.

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Chapter Practice Problems

0.10 m. At time t = 0 a sharp impulse is applied at B at an angle 450 with O

horizontal as shown in figure so that the ball immediately starts to move A B

with velocity v0 = 10 ms-1. Calculate

(ii) velocity of ball when it stops sliding.

(iii) time t at that instant

(iv) horizontal distance travelled by ball till that instant

(v) energy lost due to friction.

64. A uniform sphere of mass m and radius R starts rolling without slipping down an inclined plane at an angle to the

horizontal. Find the time dependence of the angular momentum of the sphere relative to the point of contact at the initial

moment. How will the obtained result change in the case of a perfectly smooth inclined plane?

65. A thin uniform rod AB of mass m 1.0 kg moves translationally with acceleration w 2.0m / s2 due to two antiparallel

forces F1 and F2 . The distance between the points at which these forces are applied is equal to a 20cm. Besides, it

is known that F2 5.0 N . Find the length of the rod.

66. A uniform cylinder of radius R is spinned about its axis to the angular velocity o and then placed

into a corner. The coefficient of friction between the corner walls and the cylinder is equal to k.

How many turns will the cylinder accomplish before it stops? R

67. A uniform disc of radius R is spinned to the angular velocity and the carefully placed on a horizontal surface. How

long will the disc be rotating on the surface if the friction coefficient is equal to k? The pressure exerted by the disc on

the surface can be regarded as uniform.

68. A uniform cylinder of radius R and mass M can rotate freely about a stationary horizontal axis O. A

thin cord of length l and mass m is wound on the cylinder in a single layer. Find the angular acceleration R O

of the cylinder as a function of the length x of the hanging part of the cord. The wound part of the cord

is supposed to have its centre of gravity on the cylinder axis. x

69. A spool with a thread wound on it is placed on an incline smooth plane set at an angle

300 to the horizontal. The free end of the thread is attached to the wall as shown in m

figure. The mass of the spool is m 200 g, its moment of inertia relative to its own axis r

I 0.45 g .m , the radius of the wound thread layer r 3.0 cm. Find the acceleration of

2

the spool axis.

70. A uniform solid cylinder of mass m rests on two horizontal planks. A thread is wound

on the cylinder. The hanging end of the thread is pulled vertically down with a constant

force F. Find the maximum magnitude of the force F which still does not bring about

any sliding of the cylinder, if the coefficient of friction between the cylinder and the

planks is equal to k. What is the acceleration wmax of the axis of the cylinder rolling

down the inclined plane?

F

71. A spool with thread wound on it, of mass m, rests on a rough horizontal surface. Its F

moment of inertia relative to its own axis is equal to I mR 2 , where is a R

numerical factor, and R is the outside radius of the spool. The radius of the wound r

thread layer is equal to r. The spool is pulled without sliding by the thread with a

x

constant force F directed at an angle to the horizontal. Find :

(a) The projection of the acceleration vector of the spool axis on the z axis ;

(b) The work performed by the force F during the first t seconds after the beginning of motion.

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Chapter Practice Problems

72. A uniform solid cylinder A of mass m1 can freely rotate about a horizontal axis fixed A

light thread tightly wound on the cylinder. The friction between the mount and the K

supporting horizontal plane is assumed to be absent. Find: B

(d) The kinetic energy of this system t seconds after the beginning of motion.

73. A uniform solid cylinder of mass m and radius R is set in rotation about its axis with an angular velocity o , then lowered

with its lateral surface ont a horizontal plane and released. The coefficient of friction between the cylinder and the plane

is equal to k. Find:

(e) how long the cylinder will move with sliding;

(f) the total work performed by the sliding friction force acting on the cylinder.

74. A uniform ball of radius r rolls without slipping down from the top of a sphere of radius R. Find the angular velocity of

the ball at the moment it breaks off the sphere. The initial velocity of the ball is negligible.

75. Determine the kinetic energy of a tractor crawler belt of mass m if the tractor v

moves with velocity v.

76. A uniform sphere of mass m and radius r rolls without sliding over a horizontal

A

plane, rotating about a horizontal axle OA. In the process, the centre of the sphere O

R

moves with velocity v along a circle of radius R. Find the kinetic energy of the

sphere.

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