I need help with this circular motion problem

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so what have you tried so far?
idk, I've tried so many different methods that i'm just lost and I have no idea what i'm doing anymore.

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I know that Ac is toward the center
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here are the external forces acting on each seat: |dw:1433906060256:dw|
why is centripital force outward and not toward the center?
the magnitude of the centrifugal force is: \[m\frac{{{v^2}}}{R}\] where R is the radius of the rotating platform
since I measure those forces with a reference system located outside of the rotating platform
ah ok, got it
oh ok, so you need to find Fc, centripetal force
Then you can find your V
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it is simple, since, using trigonometry, we ca write: \[\Large m\frac{{{v^2}}}{R} = mg\tan \theta \]
after a simplification, we get: \[\Large v = \sqrt {gR\tan \theta } \]
ah ok i see
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so It would look like this then?
no, since the direction of the centrifugal force, not centripetal, is horizontal |dw:1433906906053:dw|
Oh, ok I see
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please, more precisely R is given by the subsequent equation: \[\Large R = \frac{d}{2} + l\sin \theta \]
Since we have no motion along the direction of a single chain, then we can apply the first principle of Newton, and we can write: \[\Large \tau = \sqrt {{{\left( {m\frac{{{v^2}}}{R}} \right)}^2} + {{\left( {mg\tan \theta } \right)}^2}} \] where \tau is the requested tension
@Michele_Laino. You are solving this problem with reference to a person who is on the the seat itself. Not on an inertial frame of reference. Am i right? Otherwise youll have to use centripetal force instead of centrifugal force
I have applied the theorem of Pitagora to this triangle: |dw:1433907439233:dw|
yeah this is a centripetal force problem
no, if I solve that problem using the seat as reference frame, then as you well said my new reference system is not inertial, so, I can consider it again inertial provided that I introduce a fictious force , well that force is the centrifugal force of the rotating platform, at the position of the seat
the centripetal force is the force applied by the chain on the seat
I got V = 3.6156 m/s
for example, if I cut the chain, then the seat will go outside the rotating platform, along a radial direction
oh ok
the requested value of V, is: \[\Large \begin{gathered} v = \sqrt {g\left( {\frac{d}{2} + l\sin \theta } \right)\tan \theta } = \hfill \\ \hfill \\ = \sqrt {9.81\left( {4.13 + 3.9\sin \left( {17.9} \right)} \right)\tan \left( {17.9} \right)} \hfill \\ \end{gathered} \]
From what i understand what we do is making the frame of the guy seated on that seat an inertial frame of reference by introducing a centrifugal force. and thats why i said you are looking at the problem wrt to the seated person. am I wrong? Also only the person seated will see himself moving along the radial axis when the chain is broken while an observer outside will see him moving tangently.. please correct me if im wrong..
you are right! @BAdhi

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