By Jan Awrejcewicz (auth.)

This is the second one quantity of 3 books dedicated to Mechanics. during this e-book, dynamical and complex mechanics difficulties are said, illustrated, and mentioned, together with a number of novel recommendations compared to general textual content books and monographs. except being addressed to a large spectrum of graduate scholars, postgraduate scholars, researchers, and lecturers from the fields of mechanical and civil engineering, this quantity is usually meant for use as a self-contained fabric for utilized mathematicians and actual scientists and researchers.

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2. The law of conservation of angular momentum Taking an arbitrary point O as fixed we will observe the motion of a particle of mass m. t/. 1. KO /. t/ is a radius vector of the previously analyzed particle of the tail at point O. 69) and MO is a moment of force F about pole O. The equation obtained enables us to formulate the following conclusion. The rate of change of angular momentum of a particle with respect to a given fixed pole (point O) is equal to the moment of forces acting on the particle with respect to that pole.

It follows that for an isolated system the velocity of its mass center is constant. i D 1; 2; 3/ are arbitrary constants. In other words, by projecting the quantity of motion vector onto the axes of the system OX1 X2 X3 we obtain three first integrals of motion. Therefore, the motion of the mass center C is uniquely defined. 8. Two boys wearing ice skates are standing on an ice rink (a perfectly smooth horizontal surface) at a distance x from each other. One of them throws a ball of mass m, which is caught by the other after time t.

An elementary increment of momentum of a mechanical system is equal to the sum of elementary impulses of external forces and reaction forces acting on the system. 151) J D F. /d ; t0 where in the case of a DMS the force F is discrete, and in the case of a CMS the vector of force F denotes the mass density of force. In the latter case vector J is called the mass density of impulse of a force. 152) m The relationship just obtained can be formulated in the following way. The change of momentum (quantity of motion) of a CMS during time tt0 is equal to the action of the impulse of a force during that time interval.

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