• anonymous
Hi All, I am struggling to get this using the Lagrangian formula, would anyone be able to assist? A rigid T consists of a long rod glued perpendicularly to another rod of length l that is pivoted at the origin. The T rotates around in a horizontal plane with constant frequency ?. A mass m is free to slide along the long rod and is connected to the intersection of the rods by a spring with spring constant k and relaxed length zero (see Fig. 6.27). Find r(t), where r is the position of the mass along the long rod. There is a special value of ?; what is it, and why is it special?
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