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1 Physics 1501 Fall 2008 Mechanics, Themodynamics, Waves, Fluids Lectue 18: System of Paticles II Slide 18-1

2 Recap: cente of mass The cente of mass of a composite object o system of paticles is the point whee, fom the standpoint of Newton s second law, the mass acts as though it wee concentated. The position of the cente of mass is a weighted aveage of the positions of the individual paticles: Fo a system of discete paticles, cm = m i i M Fo a continuous distibution of matte, cm = dm M In both cases, M is the system s total mass. Slide 18-2

3 Recap: motion of the cente of mass The cente of mass obeys Newton s second law: F net extenal = Ma Hee most pats of the skie s body undego complex motions, but his cente of mass descibes the paabolic tajectoy of a pojectile: cm Slide 18-3

4 Finding the cente of mass A system of individual paticles x = mx 1 + mx 3 cm 4m y cm = my 1 + my 3 4m = m(x 1 x 1 ) = 0 4m = 2my 1 4m = 1 2 y 1 = 3 4 L = 0.43L A system of continuous matte Expess the mass element dm in tems of the geometical vaiable x: dm M = (w/l)x dx 1 2 wl Evaluate the integal: x cm = 1 M x dm = 1 M 0 = 2x dx L 2 L 2Mx x dx = 2 L L 2 0 L 2 x2 dx so x cm = 2 L 2 0 L x 2 dx = 2 x 3 L L= 2L3 3L = L Slide 18-4

5 Moe on cente of mass The cente of mass of a composite object can be found fom the CMs of its individual pats. An object s cente of mass need not lie within the object! Which point is the CM? The high jumpe cleas the ba, but his CM doesn t. Slide 18-5

6 question A thick wie is bent into a semicicle, as shown in the figue. Which of the points shown is the cente of mass of the wie? A. Point A B. Point B C. Point C Slide 18-6

7 Motion of the cente of mass Absent any extenal foces on a system, the cente of mass motion emains unchanged; if it s at est, it emains in the same place no matte what intenal foces may act. c. Hee Jumbo walks, but the CM of the ail ca plus elephant doesn t move. This allows us to find the ca s final position: x cm = m Jx Jf + m c x cf M = m J(x Ji +19 m+ x cf )+ m c x cf M (19 m)m J (19 m)(4.8 t) x cm = 4 6 (m J + m c ) = (15 t t) = 4.6 m Slide 18-7

8 Momentum and the cente of mass The cente of mass obeys Newton s law, which can be witten F = Ma o, equivalently, F net extenal = Ma cm = d P F net extenal dt P P = m vi i whee is the total momentum of the system: = M v cm with the velocity of the cente of mass. v cm Slide 18-8

9 question A 500-g fiewoks ocket is moving with velocity v =60 ˆj m s at the instant it explodes. If you wee to add the momentum vectos of all its fagments just afte the explosion, what would be the esult? A. v= 60 ˆj kg m s B. v = 30 ˆ j kg ms C. v = ˆ j kg ms D. v = ˆj kg m s Slide 18-9

10 Consevation of momentum When the net extenal foce is zeo, dpdt= 0. Theefoe the total momentum of the system is unchanged: P = constant This is the consevation of linea momentum. A system of thee billiad balls: Initially two ae at est; all the momentum is in the lefthand ball: Now they e all moving, but the total momentum emains the same: Slide 18-10

11 Collisions A collision is a bief, intense inteaction between objects. The collision time is shot compaed with the timescale of the objects oveall motion. Intenal foces of the collision ae so lage that we can neglect any extenal foces acting on the system duing the bief collision time. Theefoe linea momentum is essentially conseved duing collisions. Slide 18-11

12 Elastic and inelastic collisions In an elastic collision, the intenal foces of the collision ae consevative. Theefoe an elastic collision conseves kinetic enegy as well as linea momentum. In an inelastic collision, the foces ae not consevative and mechanical enegy is lost. In a totally inelastic collision, the colliding objects stick togethe th to fom a single composite object. But if a collision is totally inelastic, that doesn t necessaily mean that all kinetic enegy is lost. Slide 18-12

13 Totally inelastic collisions Totally inelastic collisions ae govened entiely by consevation of momentum. Since the colliding objects join to fom a single composite object, thee s only one final velocity: Befoe collision Afte collision Theefoe consevation of momentum eads m ) v 1 v 1 + m 2 v 2 = ( m 1 + m 2 )v f Slide 18-13

14 Elastic collisions Elastic collisions conseve both momentum and kinetic enegy: Befoe collision Afte collision Theefoe the consevation laws ead m v1i 1 + m v2i 2 = m v1f 1 + m v2f 2 1 m v m v 2 = 1 m v m v i 2 2 2i 2 1 1f 2 2 2f Slide 18-14

15 question Two skates toss a basketball back and foth on fictionless ice. Which one of the following does not change? A. The momentum of an individual skate B. The momentum of the system consisting of one skate and dthe basketball C. The momentum of the basketball D. The momentum of the system consisting of both skates and the basketball Slide 18-15

16 Elastic collisions in one dimension In geneal, the consevation laws don t detemine the outcome of an elastic collision. Othe infomation is needed, such as the diection of one of the outgoing paticles. But fo one-dimensional collisions, when paticles collide head-on, then the initial velocities detemine the outcome: Solving both consevation laws in this case gives Slide 18-16

17 question Which one of the following qualifies as an inelastic collision? A. Two magnets appoach, thei noth poles facing; they epel and evese diection without touching. B. A tuck stikes a paked ca and the two slide off togethe, cumpled metal hopelessly entwined. C. A basketball flies though the ai on a paabolic tajectoy. D. A basketball ebounds off the backboad. Slide 18-17

18 Special cases: 1-D elastic collisions; m 2 initially iti at est 1) m 1 << m 2 Incident object ebounds with essentially its incident velocity 2) m 1 = m 2 Incident object stops; stuck object moves away with initial speed of incident object 3) m 1 >> m 2 Incident object continues with essentially its initial velocity; stuck object moves away with twice that velocity Slide 18-18

19 Clicke question Ball A is at est on a level floo. Ball B collides elastically with Ball A, and the two move off sepaately, but in the same diection. What can you conclude about the masses of the two balls? A. Ball A and Ball B have the same mass. B. BllBh Ball B has a geate mass than Ball BllA. C. Ball A has a geate mass than Ball B. D. You cannot conclude anything without moe infomation. Slide 18-19

20 Summay A composite system behaves as though its mass is concentated at the cente of mass: cm = m i i M (discete paticles) cm = The cente of mass obeys Newton s laws, so dm M F net extenal = Ma cm o, equivalently, F net extenal = d P dt (continuous matte) In the absence of a net extenal foce, a system s linea momentum is conseved, egadless of what happens intenally to the system. Collisions ae bief, intense inteactions that conseve momentum. Elastic collisions also conseve kinetic enegy. Totally inelastic collisions occu when colliding objects join to make a single composite object. Slide 18-20

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