- Relative Velocity 400–

`19.1. Introduction. 19.2. Methods for Relative Velocity. 19.3. Relative`

velocity of Rain and Man. 19.4. Relative Velocity of Two Bodies Moving

Along Inclined Directions. 19.5. Least Distance Between Two Bodies

Moving Along Inclined Directions. 19.6. Time for Exchange of Signals of

Two Bodies Moving Along Inclined Directions.

- Projectiles 417–

`20.1. Introduction. 20.2. Important Terms. 20.3. Motion of a Body Thrown`

Horizontally into the Air. 20.4. Motion of a Projectile. 20.5. Equation of

the Path of a Projectile. 20.6. Time of Flight of a Projectile on a Horizontal

Plane. 20.7. Horizontal Range of a Projectile. 20.8. Maximum Height of

a Projectile on a Horizontal Plane. 20.9. Velocity and Direction of Motion

of a Projectile, After a Given Interval of Time from the Instant of Projection.

20.10. Velocity and Direction of Motion of a Projectile, at a Given Height

Above the Point of Projection. 20.11. Time of Flight of a Projectile on an

Inclined Plane. 20.12. Range of a Projectile on an Inclined Plane.

- Motion of Rotation 445–

`21.1. Introduction. 21.2. Important Terms. 21.3. Motion of Rotation Under`

Constant Angular Acceleration. 21.4. Relation Between Linear Motion

and Angular Motion. 21.5. Linear (or Tangential) Velocity of a Rotating

Body. 21.6. Linear (or Tangential) Acceleration of a Rotating Body.

21.7. Motion of Rotation of a Body under variable Angular Acceleration.

- Combined Motion of Rotation and Translation

457–

22.1. Introduction. 22.2. Motion of a Rigid Link. 22.3. Instantaneous

centre. 22.4. Motion of a Connecting Rod and Piston of a Reciprocating

pump. 22.5. Methods for the Velocity of Piston of a Reciprocating Pump.

22.6. Graphical Method for the Velocity of Piston of a Reciprocating

Pump. 22.7. Analytical Method for the Velocity of Piston of a Reciprocating

Pump. 22.8. Velocity Diagram Method for the Velocity of Piston of a

Reciprocating Pump. 22.9. Motion of a Rolling Wheel Without Slipping. - Simple Harmonic Motion 470–

`23.1. Introduction. 23.2. Important Terms. 23.3. General Conditions of`

Simple Harmonic Motion. 23.4. Velocity and Acceleration of a Particle

Moving with Simple Harmonic Motion. 23.5. Maximum Velocity and

Acceleration of a Particle Moving with Simple Harmonic Motion.

- Laws of Motion 481–

`24.1. Introduction. 24.2. Important Terms. 24.3. Rigid Body.`

24.4. Newton’s Laws of Motion. 24.5. Newton’s First Law of Motion.

24.6. Newton’s Second Law of Motion. 24.7. Absolute and Gravitational

Units of Force. 24.8. Motion of a Lift. 24.9. D’Alembert’s Principle.

24.10. Newton’s Third Law of Motion. 24.11. Recoil of Gun.

24.12. Motion of a Boat. 24.13. Motion on an Inclined Planes.

- Motion of Connected Bodies 503–

`25.1. Introduction. 25.2. Motion of Two Bodies Connected by a String`

and Passing over a Smooth Pulley. 25.3. Motion of Two Bodies Connected

by a String One of which is Hanging Free and the Other Lying on a

Smooth Horizontal Plane. 25.4. Motion of Two Bodies Connected by a

String One of which is Hanging Free and the Other Lying on a Rough

Horizontal Plane. 25.5. Motion of Two Bodies Connected by a String

One of which is Hanging Free and the Other Lying on a Smooth Inclined

Plane. 25.6. Motion of Two Bodies connected by a String, One of which

is Hanging Free and the Other is Lying on a Rough Inclined Plane.

25.7. Motion of Two Bodies Connected by a String and Lying on Smooth

Inclined Planes. 25.8. Motion of Two Bodies Connected by a String Lying

on Rough Inclined Planes.

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