The bob of a simple pendulum is released from rest from one extreme end of a vertical height of 2cm above its mean position.Assuming 60% loss in energy, find the velocity of the bob at its mean position.
Asked by cbiswajit | 20th Sep, 2019, 11:03: PM
When the bob of a simple pendulum is at extreme the total energy possessed by it is in the form of potential energy
When the bob is released there is loss of 60% energy so remaining enrgy when it reaches mean position would be
when the bob is at the mean position the enrgy possessed by the bob is kinetic energy
Answered by Utkarsh Lokhande | 21st Sep, 2019, 08:40: AM
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