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## How do you find the tension of two ropes holding a load?

## Why is it impossible for a rope with a mass hanging in the Centre to be pulled completely horizontal by pulling on the ends?

Physically the force is only applied sideways, as the particle of string gets less sagged the vertical effect of the sideways force gets less so if it was infinitesimally just below straight the force would have infinitely small effect and so there would be nothing to pull it up into perfectly straight.

## How do you solve tension problems in physics?

## How do you find the tension of a cable in physics?

We can think of a tension in a given rope as T = (m ร g) + (m ร a), where “g” is the acceleration due to gravity of any objects the rope is supporting and “a” is any other acceleration on any objects the rope is supporting.

## How do you calculate tension in a cable?

- Tension is a force that works in medium lengths, especially those that are flexible, such as rope or cord.
- Tension force remains a gravitational force.
- Total energy can be calculated as: Fnet = T โ W = 0.
- T = W ยฑ ma.
- If the body is moving upwards then the tension will be referred to as the T = W + ma.

## What is the formula of tension in the string?

Solution: We know that the force of tension is calculated using the formula T = mg + ma.

## How do you find the tension of a string connecting two masses?

## How do you find tension in a rope with mass and angle?

- T1 sin(a) + T2 sin(b) = m*g โโโ-(1) Resolving the forces in x-direction: The forces acting in the x-direction are the components of tension forces T1 and T2 in opposite directions.
- T1cos(a) = T2cos(b)โโโโโโโ(2)
- T2 = [T1cos(a)]/cos(b)]

## Why can a strong man not hold a weight on a chain completely straight?

Why can’t the strong man pull hard enough to make the chain perfectly straight? The vertical components of tension in the two sides of the chain must add up to the weight of the load. As the chain is straightened and the angle approaches zero, the tension in the chain must approach infinity. Most difficult!

## Why is it impossible to have the string be perfectly horizontal?

You certainly couldn’t spin an object in a perfect horizontal string, because in such a string the tension would only pull the object horizontally and the unbalanced gravitational force would cause downward motion.

## What will be tension in a rope that is pulled from its ends by two opposite forces 100N each?

Ans. Tension in a rope will be zero if is pulled from its ends by two opposite forces 100N each because both forces have equal magnitude but acts on same body in opposite directions & cancel each other.

## How do you find the tension of a spinning object?

- Formula for tension = centrifugal force = mv2/r.
- So the formula of tension will be = centripetal force โ force of gravity = mv2/r โ mg = m(v2/r-g)
- The formula of tension will be = centripetal force + force of gravity = mv2/r + mg = m(v2/r+g)

## Is tension equal to weight?

Tension in the rope must equal the weight of the supported mass, as we can prove using Newton’s second law.

## How do you find the tension in a string with frequency?

## What is the tension in the cable?

Tension in the cables of an elevator Tension is a pulling force that acts in one dimension along the axis of the cables opposite to the direction of the force applied. In the case of an elevator, the pulling force in the cables is provided by the combined weight of the elevator box and the person traveling inside it.

## How do you calculate pull load?

To calculate the pull force, multiply the acceleration due to pulling by the mass of the object.

## How do you find the tension between two vertical objects?

Work out the vertical component of the tension force by multiplying the applied force by the sin of the angle. Add these two forces together to find the total magnitude of the applied force. Account for any other applied forces, for example, another rope, gravity, or friction, and solve the force equation normally.

## Is tension the same on both sides of a pulley?

The tension of an “ideal cord” that runs through an “ideal pulley” is the same on both sides of the pulley (and at all points along the cord).

## How do you find the tension between two objects horizontally with friction?

- T = m1(a + ฮผkg)
- Friction(fk) = ฮผk N = ฮผk*(mtotalg) fk = ฮผk(m1+m2)g.
- Fnet = F โ friction.
- acceleration(a) = F/Total mass.
- a = [F-ฮผk(m1+m2)g]/(m1+m2)
- Fnet = T โ friction.
- T= Fnet + friction.
- T = ฮผk*m1*g + m1*a โโโ(1)

## What is the formula for tension at an angle?

Using the formula, T = (Tx2 + Ty2)1/2, the tension is calculated. The component TX provides centripetal force and so Tx = mv2 (m=mass of the object; v=velocity). The component TY corresponds to weight of the object, i.e. TY = mg (m=mass of the object; g= acceleration due to gravity).

## How do you find the tension in a pulley without acceleration?

Calculate the tension on both sides of the pulley system using a calculator to solve the following equations: T(1) = M(1) x A(1) and T(2) = M(2) x A(2). For example, the mass of the first object equals 3g, the mass of the second object equals 6g and both sides of the rope have the same acceleration equal to 6.6m/sยฒ.

## Does tension increase with angle?

The more horizontally aligned the cable is, the more it will pull horizontally. Thus, a decrease in the angle will increase the horizontal component of tension and an increase in the angle will decrease the horizontal component of tension.

## Does world’s Strongest man have weight classes?

In Strongman, there are currently three main weight classes for men and women, with sub-groups inside of those classes. For women: Lightweight up to 140 lbs.

## Do weak men create hard times?

“Hard times create strong men, strong men create good times, good times create weak men, and weak men create hard times.” The quote, from a postapocalyptic novel by the author G. Michael Hopf, sums up a stunningly pervasive cyclical vision of history.