Many machines employ cams for various purposes, such as opening and closing valves. In Figure P10.46, the cam is a circular disk of radius R with a hole of diameter R cut through it. As shown in the figure, the hole does not pass through the center of the disk. The cam with the hole cut out has mass M . The cam is mounted on a uniform, solid, cylindrical shaft of diameter R and also of mass M . What is the kinetic energy of the cam-shaft combination when it is rotating with angular speed ω about the shaft’s axis?

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Chapter 10, Problem 10.46P
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Many machines employ cams for various purposes, such as opening and closing valves. In Figure P10.46, the cam is a circular disk of radius R with a hole of diameter R cut through it. As shown in the figure, the

Chapter 10, Problem 10.46P, Many machines employ cams for various purposes, such as opening and closing valves. In Figure

hole does not pass through the center of the disk. The cam with the hole cut out has mass M. The cam is mounted on a uniform, solid, cylindrical shaft of diameter R and also of mass M. What is the kinetic energy of the cam-shaft combination when it is rotating with angular speed ω about the shaft’s axis?

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