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58. A horizontal weightless rod of length 31 is suspended on two vertical strings. Two loads of mass ml and mz are in equilibrium at equal distances from each other and from the ends of the strings (Fig. 29). - se-* —»i Fig. 28 Fig. 29 Determine the tension T of the left string at the instant when the right string snaps. 59. A ring of mass m connecting freely two identical thin hoops of mass M each starts sliding down. The hoops move apart over a rough horizontal surface. Determine the acceleration a of the ring at the initial instant if LAOIO2 = on .
The hoops move apart over a rough horizontal surface. Determine the acceleration a of the ring at the initial instant if LAOIO2 = on . ,_. F 02 A ll Fig. 30 (Fig. 30), neglecting the friction between the ring and the hoops. 60. A flexible pipe of length l connects two points A and B in space with an altitude difference h (Fig. 31). A rope passed through the pipe is fixed at point A. T1 *1 6O Fig. 31 Determine the initial acceleration a of the rope at the instant when it is released, neglecting the friction between the rope and the pipe walls.
4. Three moles of- an ideal monatomic gas perform. a cycle shown in Fig. 58. The gas temperatures in different states are ·° 2 z ···~··~¢ Fig. 58 T3 = 400 K, T3 = 800 K, T3 = 2400 K, and T4 = 1200 K. Determine the work A done by the gas during the cycle. 5. Determine the work A done by an ideal gas during a closed cycle 1 -+4 -+3 -» 2. Heat and Molecular Physics 55 2 —>1 shown in Fig. 59 if pl = 10** Pa, p0=3 X 105 Pa,p2=4'>< 10** Pa, V2V, = 10 1, and segments 4-3 and 2-1 of the cycle are parallel to the V-axis.
Aptitude Test Problems in Physics (Science for Everyone) by S.S. Krotov (Ed.)