Physics 111A-011 Physics Laboratory Report
Lab number and Title:
Lab 109:One-Dimensional Motion- Velocity as a Function of Time
and Distance at a Constant Acceleration
Name:
Elijah Mathew
Group members:
Abrar Rouf, Dave Dichiara, Dhruv Mehta, John Taglang
Lab 109: One-Dimensional Motion-Velocity as Function of
Time and Distance at Constant Acceleration
Name: Brian Barongo
Group Name:
Instructor: Qin Li
Course: PHYS 111A
Experiment Date: Thursday, September 10, 2015
Objectives
1. To study the one-dimensiona
Robert Crescenzi
10/12/10 Lab #126 1. Title: Conservation of Momentum and Impulse Theorum 2. Objective: To find the impulse of a collision between a glider and a force probe on a frictionless path. To gain a better understanding of the Impulse-Momentum th
Running Head: LAB 6: WORK AND ENERY
PHYS 111A 011
L106: Static and Kinetic Frictions
John Taglang
David Dichiara, Noah Hubert, Elijah Mathew, Dhruv Mehta, and Abrar Rouf
21 October 2016
Yunpeng Gao
1
LAB 6: WORK AND ENERGY
2
Objectives
The objectives of t
Robert Crescenzi
9/24/10 Lab #109 Write-up Lab #109: One Dimensional MotionVelocity as a Function of T ime and D istance at Constant Acceleration
Objective: -To measure the constant acceleration of an object moving on an inclined plane by several differen
1. Lab 106(2): Static and Kinetic Frictions
2. Introduction
Whenever the surface of one object slides over another surface, friction results. The
frictional force is always parallel to the action of these surfaces, opposite of the motion relative
to the o
Robert Crescenzi 11/5/10 Lab 125 Write-up 1. Title: Conservation of Energy Using Spring-Mass System 2. Objective: To verify the conservation of mechanical energy in an oscillating mass-spring system. 3. Background: For vertical oscillating spring: ME = mv
Lab 126 Conservation of Momentum
11/3/06 Group 1: Russell Adams Pawel Bokota Vahid Hamidullah
Physics 111A TA: Ke Su ([email protected]) 1. - Objective
Measure the velocities of gliders of various masses before and after both elastic and inelastic collisions
Lab 201
Electric Field by Point Charges
2/10/2011
Physics 121A
Robert A. Crescenzi
Objective: To compute the electric field caused by point charges in a one dimensional and two dimensional setting.
Theory: For the given charges, to find the electric field
Lab 121 Forces on a Strut
12/01/06 Group 1: Russell Adams Pawel Bokota Vahid Hamidullah Mike Makhlouf
Physics 111A TA: Ke Su ([email protected]) 1. - Objective
To determine the tension on the supporting cord and a strut by taking torques about the pivot poin
Robert Crescenzi
PhysLab 111A 9/13/10 Lab #104: Creating Motion Graphs Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to understand and create motion graphs. T hroughout this experiment I will perform different speeds and displacement according to t he instru
LAB 103: STATIC FORCE EQUILIBRIUMFORCE TABLE: Livia Kuruvila Amy Patel Kunal Rana Vikram Ramkumar Phys 111A-001 October 14, 2010 Chiranjivi Lamsal
Introduction: The objective of this lab was to find that the vector sum of forces equals zero. In order to s
Robert Crecenzi
9/27/10 Lab #111
1. Title:
P rojectile Motion
2. Objective:
-To study the projectile motion and apply the linear motion equations to solve this t wo dimensional problem.
-To predict where a target of given size should be placed in order to
Shuhrah Chowdhury
Group Members: Nia Johnson, Elmar Ebrahim, David Matuszewski
Date: February 29th, 2016
Course: PHYS 111A
Section: 018
Instructor: Yi Chai
Lab 103: Translational Static Equilibrium
Introduction
The objectives of this lab are to confirm th
Shuhrah Chowdhury
Group Members: Nia Johnson, Elmar Ebrahim, David Matuszewski
Date: May 2nd, 2016
Course: PHYS 111A
Section: 018
Instructor: Yi Chai
Lab 121: Rotational Static EquilibriumForces on a Strut
Introduction
The objective of this lab is to dete
Shuhrah Chowdhury
Group Members: Nia Johnson, Elmar Ebrahim, David Matuszewski
Date: February 8th, 2016
Course: PHYS 111A
Section: 018
Instructor: Yi Chai
Lab 109: One Dimensional Motion- Velocity as a Function of Time and Distance at Constant
Acceleratio
Shuhrah Chowdhury
Group Members: Nia Johnson, Elmar Ebrahim, David Matuszewski
Date: April 25th, 2016
Course: PHYS 111A
Section: 018
Instructor: Yi Chai
Lab 120N: Conservation of Angular Momentum
Introduction
The objective of this lab is to demonstrate th
Lab 111:Projectile Motion
Physics Lab 111A-017
Adel Soliman
Partners: Remoon Farag, Priyankaben Shah, Jonathan Martinez, Jacob Delgado, Kevin MilfortSanchez
September 20, 2016
Liu, Sizhan
Our objective was to investigate the projectile motion of an object
Lab 112: Newtons Second Law
Physics Lab 111A-017
Adel Soliman
Partners: Remoon Farag, Priyankaben Shah, Jonathan Martinez, Jacob Delgado, Kevin MilfortSanchez
October 5, 2016
Liu, Sizhan
Our objective was to verify Newtons Second Law in a one-dimensional
Lab 120: Conservation of Angular Momentum
Physics Lab 111A-017
Adel Soliman
Partners: Jonathan Martinez, Jacob Delgado, Kevin Milfort-Sanchez
December 6, 2016
Liu, Sizhan
Objectives
Our objective was to experimentally demonstrate the that angular momentum
Lab 120: Conservation of Angular Momentum
Physics Lab 111A-017
Adel Soliman
Partners: Jonathan Martinez, Jacob Delgado, Kevin Milfort-Sanchez
December 6, 2016
Liu, Sizhan
Objectives
Our objective was to experimentally demonstrate the that angular momentum
Lab 6: Work and Energy
Physics Lab 111A-017
Adel Soliman
Partners: Jonathan Martinez, Jacob Delgado, Kevin Milfort-Sanchez
October 25, 2016
Liu, Sizhan
Objectives
In this experiment, we will demonstrate the work-energy theorem by measuring the work
done o
Lab 127: Torque and Rotational Inertia
Physics Lab 111A-017
Adel Soliman
Partners: Jonathan Martinez, Jacob Delgado, Kevin Milfort-Sanchez
November 22, 2016
Liu, Sizhan
Objectives
Our objective was to experimentally determine the rotational inertia of a r
jLab 215: Ohms Law
Physics Lab 121A - 008, Qin Li
Adel Soliman
Partners: Neil Shah,Faiza Musarrat, Shreena Mehta, Vincent Asante-Nyame
March 2, 2017
Objectives
To learn to measure current with an ammeter, voltage with a voltmeter, and resistance
with an o
Shuhrah Chowdhury
Group Members: Nia Johnson, Elmar Ebrahim, David Matuszewski
Date: April 18th, 2016
Course: PHYS 111A
Section: 018
Instructor: Yi Chai
Lab 127: Translational Static Equilibrium
Introduction
The objectives of this lab is to determine he r
Shuhrah Chowdhury
Group Members: Nia Johnson, Elmar Ebrahim, David Matuszewski
Date: March 27th, 2016
Course: PHYS 111A
Section: 018
Instructor: Yi Chai
Lab 125: Conservation of Energy in Spring Mass System
Introduction
The objective of this lab is to ver
Run 1
Run 2
Run 3
Angular Vel
Angular Vel
Before Collision
After Collision
6.18
4.37
7.9
5.34
22.64
14.73
Mass
Radius
Disk
1.4436
Ring
1.4308
Rotational Inertia
0.1135
0.0093
0.505
0.0615
0.00453
Run 1
Run 2
Run 3
Total Rot. Inertia Total Rot. Inertia Ang
Run 1
Run 2
Run 3
Angular Vel
Angular Vel
Before Collision
After Collision
6.18
4.37
7.9
5.34
22.64
14.73
Mass
Radius
Disk
1.4436
Ring
1.4308
Rotational Inertia
0.1135
0.0093
0.505
0.0615
0.00453
Run 1
Run 2
Run 3
Total Rot. Inertia Total Rot. Inertia Ang
COURSE SYLLABUS
PHYSICS 111A SECTION #
INSTRUCTOR
For example, James Bourne
OFFICE HOURS
For example, Wednesday 2:30 to 3:30 PM by appointment
TEXTBOOK
Physics 111A Laboratory Manual, 8th Edition, sold by NJIT bookstore
DESCRIPTION
This laboratory course
Bohdan Morozovskyy
James Marmora
Dylan OKeefe
Nirali Trivedi
Joshua Gallic
Gao
PHYS111A-H01
10/14/16
Translational Static Equlibrium
Introduction:
In this lab, we are going to practice the addition of force vectors and to further
confirm the condition for