Relative Equilibrium of Liquids Jhun Vert Thu, 05/07/2020 - 11:09 pm

Relative equilibrium of liquid is a condition where the whole mass of liquid including the vessel in which the liquid is contained, is moving at uniform accelerated motion with respect to the earth, but every particle of liquid have no relative motion between each other. There are two cases of relative equilibrium that will be discussed in this section: linear translation and rotation. Note that if a mass of liquid is moving with constant speed, the conditions are the same as static liquid in the previous sections.

1009 Initial velocity of the second ball | Rectilinear Translation Jhun Vert Mon, 04/20/2020 - 10:29 am

Problem 1009
A ball is shot vertically into the air at a velocity of 193.2 ft per sec (58.9 m per sec). After 4 sec, another ball is shot vertically into the air. What initial velocity must the second ball have in order to meet the first ball 386.4 ft (117.8 m) from the ground?


Motion of a Particle
Particle is a term used to denote an object of point size. A system of particles which formed into appreciable size is termed as body. These terms may apply equally to the same object. The earth for example may be assumed as a particle in comparison with its orbit, whereas to an observer on the earth, it is a body with appreciable size. In general, a particle is an object whose size is so small in comparison to the size of its path.