Angular Momentum - PHY 133 Lab 7 Angular Momentum Introduction In this lab we are study the relationship between torque moment of inertia and angular

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PHY 133 Lab 7 - Angular Momentum Introduction: In this lab, we are study the relationship between torque, moment of inertia and angular acceleration, and also to verify the conservation of angular momentum. As we know in

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this experience, we'll understand the “rotational analog” with the linear motion. We use s to stand for the linear quantities like θ stand for the angular distance, and ω stand for the velocity in angular, and α represent the angular acceleration. Which gives the relationship of s=rθ, v=rω, and a=rα. I is the angular mass(inertia) and L is the momentum and τ represent force to the force. So in order to calculate the angular distance, velocity, acceleration, we need to use it to divide by the radius of the circular path. Then we can develop with the inertia equals to mass of particle times square of radius. The moment of inertia is the angula mass I=mr^2 . For the angular momentum L which is equals to rp and torque( τ ) equals to rF. Or we can also expressions for angular momentum and torque in: p=mv L=Iω, and F=ma τ=Iα, To calculate the moment of inertia I we use the formula: I = mr ( g ra net ) | a fr | + a net , it derive: τ net = τ
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