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42 ADVANCED DYNAMICS Fig. 9 Point P located outside a uniform solid sphere. Solution. 1) Outside a uniform solid sphere, consider that a particle with unit mass is located at P; the distance between the center of the sphere and the particle is r as shown in Fig. 9. The infinitesimal volume under consideration is dv = (2zrr '2 sinO)dOdr' The distance between p and dv is L = ~ / r 2 + r '2 -- 2rr'cosO Using Eq. 34) r where M is the mass of the solid sphere. This result states that the potential of unit mass outside a solid sphere is equivalent to that of a point mass with the same mass concentrated at the center of the sphere.
Can be predicted. 48 ADVANCED DYNAMICS The following are a few remarks about the significance of the coefficient of restitution. During a perfectly elastic collision, the impulse for the period of restitution equals the impulse for the period of deformation, so that the coefficient of restitution is unity for this case. For inelastic collisions, the coefficient of restitution is less than unity because the impulse is diminished on restitution as a result of failure of the spheres to resume their original shapes.
11. Find the gravitational intensity and potential of the cylinder on the axis at distance h from the origin with h > L. Solution. Consider that the infinitesimal element in the cylinder is a ring with the cross section area of dr dz and with dv = 2rrr dr dz The distance from the ring to point P is S = ~/r 2 -k- (h -- z) 2 44 ADVANCED DYNAMICS Z ~p (==h) z=L ,_-o Fig. 11 Point P located on the axis of the cylinder. 5 0 =-k--V Oh - k 2 ~ c p [ , / ( h - C~2 + R2 _ V ~ + R2 + L] Collision of Two Spheres on a Plane The action of two bodies colliding with a large inertial force in a short time interval is called impact.
Advanced Dynamics by Ying, Shuh-Jing (Benjamin)