Session Overview
Covered this week: There is no problem set this week. A street performer in Quebec City juggles torches by repeatedly throwing and rotating the burning rods. Image courtesy of Reza Vaziri on Flickr. 
Videos
Lecture Videos

Watch Lecture 10: Equations of Motion, Torque, Angular Momentum of Rigid Bodies
 Video Chapters
 Equations of motion (EOM) and degrees of freedom (DOF)
 Example 1: Finding EOMs and DOFs
 Example 2: EOM for Atwoods machine
 Example 3: Muddy card issue about dh/dt and torques
 Example 4: Rotating mass shaker and effect of gravity on torque
 Angular momentum for rigid bodies and the mass moment of inertia matrix, [I]
 Video Chapters
Recitation Video and Notes
 Watch Recitation 5: Equations of Motion
 This recitation reviews free body diagram strategies, covers equations of motion for multiple degreeoffreedom systems, and addresses a dynamically balanced system.
 Recitation 5 Notes: Torque and Angular Momentum, Equations of Motion for Multiple DegreeofFreedom Systems (PDF  1.1MB)
 These recitation notes were compiled by Prof. David Gossard, another instructor for the course. His notes go over concepts and problems covered during the recitation sections he taught, and may not precisely correspond to the content covered in the above recitation video.
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