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57) B = iBx + jBy , ω = kθ , which gives ω × B = i(ω × B)x + j(ω × B)y = −iθ By + jθ Bx . 57 follows from Y T ˆ = [ A ] ⎛⎜ B + ω × B ⎞⎟ . 52 with the components of B given in the X, Y system and the components of B and (ω × B) given in the x, y system. 9 Velocity and Acceleration Relationships in Two Cartesian Coordinate Systems We have been dealing with the planar kinematics problems involving two-coordinate systems in the previous three sections, treating in sequence, polar coordinates, path coordinates, and, finally, time-derivative relationships in two Cartesian coordinate systems.

2 X εt εn X εn Tasks: Determine the components of v and a at X = 750 m and state the components in the [X, Y, (r, θ), and (εt, εn)] systems. Also, for X = 1750 m, determine the (εt, εn) and X, Y components of v and a. 52°. 18 (a) Velocity v from Equation (i) and (b) Acceleration a from Equation (v), in mm/s units. 18a and b illustrates the solution for the path component description of v and a. 15. 18b that the direction of εn is reversed in accordance with the negative sign for an in Equation (v).

15 by [A]T gives [ A]T (B)I ʹ = [ A]T [ A](B)I = (B)I . where Y points vertically upward. 5a, the initial velocity vector is along the X′-axis that is oriented with respect to the horizontal X-axis by the angle α. Hence, the velocity initial conditions are rX (0) = v0 cos α , rY (0) = v0 sin α ; Hence, (B)I = [ A]T (B)I ʹ, or in expanded format ⎧BX ⎫ ⎡cos α ⎨ ⎬=⎢ ⎩ BY ⎭ ⎣ sin α − sin α ⎤ ⎧BX ʹ ⎫ ⎨ ⎬ . 4, starting with the component definition B = I′BX′ + J′BY′, found the components of BX′, BY′ along the X- and Y-axes, and summed the result to find the X and Y coordinates of B.

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