## 16361 Dynamics

Kinematics of a generalised rigid body moving in two dimesions Case 1: System \( pxy \) is stationary in relation to system \( OXY \) and point \( p \) coincides with point \( O \) $$ \bar{V}

Kinematics of a generalised rigid body moving in two dimesions Case 1: System \( pxy \) is stationary in relation to system \( OXY \) and point \( p \) coincides with point \( O \) $$ \bar{V}

Where a mass, \( m \) is swinging a distance \( l \) away from point \( O \), with angular displacement of \( \Psi \) from the vertical. The mass moment of inertia of the pendulum about

From the stress transformations, an equation in the form of a circle can be derived as follows: $$ [\sigma _ \theta - \frac{\sigma _x + \sigma _y}{2}]^2 + \tau _ \theta ^2

Uniaxial Stress A solid beam under tensile stress will eventually fracture due to a shearing effect in an internal plane. Here, \( \sigma _x \) is the tensile stress acting in the

To calculate the shear stress in the beam at point \( P \), given that the beam is subject to a resultant internal vertical shear force of \( V = 3 kN \). The second