Dynamics

The rod of the fixed hydraulic cylinder is moving to the left with a speed of 100 mm/s and this speed is momentarily increasing at a rate of 400 mm/s each second at the instant when sA = 425 mm. Determine the tension in the cord at that instant. The mass of slider B is 0.5 kg, the length of the cord is 1050 mm, and the effects of the radius and friction of the small pulley at A are negligible. Find results for cases (a) negligible friction at slider B and (b) μk = 0.40 at slider B. The action is in a vertical plane.

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