I'll assume that 1.00 103 means 1x10^3
Yes. Any object which has a velocity vector which does not pass directly through the chosen axis has angular momentum about that axis.
No, mechanical energy is not conserved. Angular momentum is conserved, and any excess energy is dissipated within the door.
W.before = W.after
Solve for both, then solve for final w. (note that W is angular momentum, w is angular velocity)
W.before = I.bullet * w.bullet + I.door * w.door
I.bullet = m.bullet * (.91 m)^2
w.bullet = V.bullet / (.91 m)
W.before = m.bullet * V.bullet * (.91 m) + 0
W.after = I.bullet * w.bullet + I.door + w.door
W.after = m.bullet * (.91 m)^2 * w.bullet + 1/3 * m.door * (1m)^2 * w.door
since w.bullet = w.door, we'll just call that w
W.after = w * (m.bullet * (.91 m)^2 + 1/3 * m.door * (1m)^2)
Set W.before = W.after and solve for w
m.bullet * V.bullet * (.91 m) + 0 = w * (m.bullet * (.91 m)^2 + 1/3 * m.door * (1m)^2)
.006 kg * 1000 m/s * .91 m = w * (.006 kg * (.91 m)^2 + 1/3 * 18.2 kg * (1 m)^2)
5.46 kgm^2/s = w * 6.0716 kgm^2
w = .8992 radians/second
Ek = 1/2 * m.bullet * V.bullet^2
Ek = 1/2 * .006 kg * 1000000 m^2/s^2
Ek = 3000 joules
Ek = I.bullet * w^2 + I.door * w^2
Ek = (.8992 rad/sec)^2 * (.006 kg * (.91 m)^2 + 1/3 * 18.2 kg * (1m)^2)
Ek = 4.909 joules
Note that kinetic energy after is significantly less than kinetic energy before.
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