Lab 125: Conservation of Energy in Spring-Mass System
Objective
The purpose of this experiment is to verify the conservation of mechanical energy in an
oscillating spring-mass system. To do this we need a basic understanding of the background of
the exper
Lab Course 111-Section 015 Physics Laboratory Report
Lab 112: Newtons Second Law
Lab Number and Title:
Group Members:
Jeffrey Batista
Brittany Morales
Tyler Lee
Avi Jain
Francis Stipa
Experiment Date:
Thursday, October 6th, 2016
Instructors Name:
Professo
Lab 6: Work and Energy
Jeffrey Batista
Yi Chai
PHYS 111A 015
Tyler Lee, Avi Jain, Francis Stipa, Brittany Morales
October 20, 2016
OBJECTIVES
By studying experiment of work and energy, there are four objectives:
1. To figure out what it means for a force
Lab Course 111-Section 015 Physics Laboratory Report
Lab 125: Conservation of Energy in
Lab number and
Spring-Mass System
Title:
Group members: -
Jeffrey Batista
Tyler Lee
Brittany Morales
Avi Jain
Francis Stipa
Experiment Date:
Thursday, November 3rd, 20
Lab Course 111-Section 015 Physics Laboratory Report
Lab 121: Rotational Static Equilibrium
Lab number and
Title:
Name:
Group members:
Jeffrey Batista
Tyler Lee
Brittany Morales
Avi Jain
Francis Stipa
Experiment Date : Thursday, December 8th, 2016
Instruc
Lab 120N: Conservation of Angular
Momentum
Jeffrey Batista
Yi Chai
PHYS 111A 015
Tyler Lee, Francis Stipa, Brittany Morales
December 1, 2016
OBJECTIVE
To demonstrate that angular momentum is conserved in inelastic collision.
EQUIPMENT
Lab Computer with Ca
Lab Course 111-Section 015 Physics Laboratory Report
Lab 103: Translational Static Equilibrium Force Table
Lab Number and Title:
Group Members:
Jeffrey Batista
Brittany Morales
Tyler Lee
Avi Jain
Francis Stipa
Experiment Date:
Thursday, October 13th, 2016
Lab Course 111-Section 015 Physics Laboratory Report
Lab 114: Uniform Circular Motion
Lab number and
Title:
Name:
Group members: -
Jeffrey Batista
Tyler Lee
Brittany Morales
Avi Jain
Francis Stipa
Experiment Date:
Thursday, November 17, 2016
Instructors n
Lab Course 111-Section 015 Physics Laboratory Report
Lab 126: Conservation of Momentum
Lab number and
and Impulse
Title:
Name:
Experiment Date:
Jeffrey Batista
Tyler Lee
Brittany Morales
Avi Jain
Francis Stipa
Thursday, November 10th, 2016
Instructors nam
Lab Course 111A-Section 015 Physics Laboratory Report
Lab number and
Lab 111: Projectile Motion
Title:
Name:
Jeffrey Batista
Experiment Date:
Instructors name:
1. OBJECTIVES
Thursday, September 29th, 2016
Prof. Chai
The objectives of this lab were to stud
Lab Course 111A-Section 015 Physics Laboratory Report
Lab 109: One-Dimensional Motion-Lab number and
Velocity as a Function of Time and
Title:
Distance at Constant Acceleration
Name:
Jeffrey Batista
Experiment Date:
Thursday, September 22nd, 2016
Instruct
Lab #111: Projectile Motion
Objective
The objective of this lab is to study the projectile motion and apply the linear motion
equations to solve the two-dimensional problem, to predict where a target of given size should be
placed in order to be hit by a
Lab 112: Newton's Second Law
Objectives
The objectives of this lab are to apply Newton's Second Law in a one-dimensional
motion system while using equations to calculate the acceleration, velocity and time. In this lab
we study a system where a glider wit
Lab #120N: Conservation of Angular Momentum
Objectives
The objective of this lab is to demonstrate that angular momentum is conserved in
inelastic collision.
Background
To the list of conservation laws like conservation of energy and conservation of linea
Lab #120N: Conservation of Angular Momentum
Objectives
The objective of this lab is to demonstrate that angular momentum is conserved in
inelastic collision.
Background
To the list of conservation laws like conservation of energy and conservation of linea
Lab #121: Rotational Static Equilibrium - Forces on a Strut
Objectives
The objectives of this lab are to determine the tension on the supporting cord and strut by
taking the torques about the pivot point of the strut and to get a better understanding of t
Results and Calculations
Data Table
Position of
the first
photogate
(m)
Position
of the
second
photogate
(m)
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.30
0.50
0.75
1.00
1.25
1.50
Distance
between
the two
photogates
(= xaxis)
(m)
0.20
0.45
0.70
0.95
1.20
0.30
1.75
1.45
Experi
Lab #106 (2): Static and Kinetic Frictions
Objectives
The objectives of this lab are to measure the static and kinetic frictional forces using a
force sensor. And to determine the relationship between friction force and normal force acting on
an object, a
Lab #121: Rotational Static Equilibrium - Forces on a Strut
Objectives
The objectives of this lab are to determine the tension on the supporting cord and strut by
taking the torques about the pivot point of the strut and to get a better understanding of t
Lab 112: Newton's Second Law
Objectives
The objectives of this lab are to apply Newton's Second Law in a one-dimensional
motion system while using equations to calculate the acceleration, velocity and time. In this lab
we study a system where a glider wit
Lab 127: Torque and Rotational Inertia
Objectives
The objective of this lab is to experimentally determine the rotational inertia of a rotating
body by measuring its angular acceleration and applying the relation and to practice computation
of rotational
Physics 111A-009
Lab 103
Compounds of Vectors
Matt Brown
Quinn Cook
Chris Saulys
Exp: Karn Patel
Objective: Using vectors to determine the forces acting on a knot to keep in translational static
equilibrium state.
Theory: For Static Equilibrium
Fx=0
Fy=