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LAB Repot 11 - Lab 11: Spring and Oscillators Monday...

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Lab 11: Spring and Oscillators Monday 6:20-8:10pm Abstract In this lab, the static behavior (stretch vs. force) of simple springs was measured, linear fits is practiced the static spring constant, then an oscillator was made and test the relationship between frequency and mass to get the dynamic spring constant. The result of the experiment obeys the Hooke’s Law. The dynamic spring constant is almost same as the static spring constant.
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Objective The objective of this lab is to measure the static behavior (stretch vs. force) of simple springs, practice linear fits to find the static spring constant, then make an oscillator and test the relationship between frequency and mass to get the dynamic spring constant. Procedure The initial position of the mass hanger was measured, then the data was taken as displacement x vs. applied force for the spring to get (x,m) data. Add masses in steps of 100 g up to 700 g and measure the corresponding position. The same procedure was done to collect the data for the rubber band. Then, for the T vs. x, the period of oscillations T was measured for five
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