Lab #6 Fluid Resistance and Terminal Speed

Lab #6 Fluid Resistance and Terminal Speed - mass hanger...

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Kevin Su Class: Tuesday Lab 6: Fluid Resistance and Terminal Speed Introduction We will examine the motion of a falling object that is under the influence of both gravity and fluid resistance that is dropped in the water with weights. 1.) Get the steel ball. Then determine the mass of the ball and its diameter using the balance and calipers 2.) When the ball is at the bottom of the cylinder, make sure the mass hanger is below the pulley assembly 3.) Place 10 g on the mass hanger 4.) Collect the date 5.) Repeat the procedures with approximately 20g, 30g, and 40 g on the
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Unformatted text preview: mass hanger Data Steel Ball (Mass of 67.4g and Diameter of 25.45mm): T1: 10g Hanging Mass Vf= 1.69 m/s K= ( T2: 20g Hanging Mass Vf=1.48 m/s K= T3: 30g Hanging Mass Vf= 1.12 m/s K= T4: 40g Hanging Mass Brass Ball (Mass of 71 g and Diameter of 25.20mm) T1: 10g Hanging Mass T2: 20g Hanging Mass T3: 30g Hanging Mass T4: 40g Hanging Mass Calculations Conclusion In this lab we found the fluid force and the coefficient of the fluid of resistance in the steel, and brass ball....
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