By George E. Drabble
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The speed v of the weight is related to the speed ω of the motor by the formula v = tor. In this case, v = 10/20 = 0-5 metres per second. Hence: 0-5 = ω x 0-2 giving a value of 2\ radians per second for the angular velocity, ω. This can be easily changed to revolutions per minute, giving a value of 24 revs per minute. I intimated that this was a crude example. No electrical engineer is likely 38 Applied Mechanics Made Simple to supply a motor with this torque and speed. The torque is far too high and the speed is far too low.
Such a situation would be impossible to achieve in practice, for no matter how tight the wire, the central load must cause it to sag a small amount. Even if there is no central load, the dead weight of the rope or wire itself must cause a small amount of sag. ' (4) Resultant and Equilibrant I hope that by now you can see that the triangle of forces enables us not only to evaluate forces in equilibrium, but also to examine systems of forces which are not in equilibrium. If only two forces act at a point, they cannot be in equilibrium (except in the special case where they are exactly equal and act in opposite directions).
The jet engine thrusts the effluent backwards; the effluent pushes the engine forwards. The Earth pulls the Moon; the Moon pulls the Earth. But when we come to examine the forces acting on a single body, we have to cut across this duality. Because the free-body diagram is essentially a map of forces on a single body, it can never show the equal and opposite reaction which must be acting on the other body of the system. If, for example, we analyse the motion of the railway truck, the relevant force is the single forward push by the locomotive.