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`        A vertically mounted rotor has a block of mass m attached by a string from the ceiling of the rotor. the rotor is rotating at w=root(2g/fR) where f is the coeff of friction between the block and wall of the rotor and R is the radius of the rotor. Calculate the tension in the string.`
2 years ago

Vikas TU
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```							The balanced eqn. would be:T = m*w^2*R => m*2g*R/fR = > 2mg/f Nwould be the final tension in the string.
```
2 years ago
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