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Institute of Engineering Pulchowk Campus

Department of mechanical Engineering

 II Year I Part Engineering Mechanics Time 3 hrs Full Marks : 80 Set A Pass Marks: 32

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• a. Each of the blocks has a mass m. The coefficient of kinetic friction at all surfaces of contact is μ. If a horizontal force P moves the bottom block, determine the acceleration of bottom in each case.

• b. The platform P, shown in Fig. 14-12a, has negligible mass and is tied down so that the O.4-m-Iong cords keep a I-m-Iong spring compressed 0.6 m when nothing is on the platform. If a 2-kg block is placed on the platform and released from rest after the platform is pushed down 0.1 m, in the Fig. , determine the maximum height h the block rises in theair, measured from the ground .

2.

has

an

• a. The 1.5-Mg car travels along the circular road as shown in Fig.If the traction force of the wheels on the road is F = (150t 2 ) N, where t is in seconds, determine the speed of the car when t = 5 s. The car initially travels with a speed of 5 m/s. Negect the size of the car.

• b. The bar shown in Fig. 18-11a has a mass of 10 kg and is subjected to a couple moment of M

= 50 N · m and a

force of P = 80 N, which is always applied perpendicular

to

the

end

of

the

bar.

Also,

the

spring

unstretched length of 0.5 m and remains in the vertical position due to the roller guide at B. Determine the total work done by all the forces acting on the bar when it has rotated downward from Ө = 0° toӨ = 90°

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Institute of Engineering Pulchowk Campus

Department of mechanical Engineering

II Year I Part
Engineering Mechanics
Time 3 hrs
Full Marks : 80
Set A
Pass Marks: 32
a.
F
b.
At
a
given
instant, the
cylinder of
shown in Fig. 16-8, has an angular velocity w
and angular acceleration a r . Determine the
velocity and acceleration of its center G if the
cylinder rolls without slipping.
4.
a.
Calculate the Moment of Inertia about axis OC
b.
Explain Parallel Axis Theorem and Derive the
equation for it.
5.
a.
Determine the vertical force P which must be
applied at G so that the linkage is in equilibrium for the position
shown
b.
The system is at rest when a moment of M
is
applied
to
gear B. Neglecting friction, a) determine the time required for
gear
B
to reach
an angular
velocity of 600
rpm, and
b)
the
tangential force exerted by gear B on gear A.

Institute of Engineering Pulchowk Campus

Department of mechanical Engineering

 II Year I Part Engineering Mechanics Time 3 hrs Full Marks : 80 Set A Pass Marks: 32 m k A  10kg A  200mm m k B  3kg B  80mm