Experiment 11: Uniform Circular Motion
The objective of this experiment is to determine the relationships between radiuses,
mass, velocity and centripetal force of a spinning body. We used a rotator apparatus t
Experiment 2: Measurements of Length, Mass and Time
Use a Meter Stick, Vernier Caliper, Micrometer, and Pan Balance to measure
the dimensions and mass of an aluminum block, cylinder, and sphere.
Experiment 9: Projectile Motion
Fire a ball into a ballistic pendulum that swings upwards and records an angle. From that
angle and other data, determine the average initial velocity of the ball.
Experiment 5: Motion of a Freely Falling Object
Use the Free Fall Apparatus to study the free falling motion of an object.
By using a Free Fall Apparatus, we will be able to record certain aspects of an o
Experiment 7: Coefficient of Friction
Observe a Block and Cart move along a Slate Surface and determine the Static and
Kinetic Friction of each object.
When an object of a certain mass moves along a surfa
Experiment 8: Projectile Motion
The Objective of the experiment Projectile Motion is to find initial velocity of the ball using
spring located gun. Projectile Motion is the result of two motions.
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Experiment 3: Vector Analysis
Use 4 different methods of finding a vector (Pythagorean Theorem,
Parallelogram Method, Polygon Method, and Analytical Method) to find the
resultant and direction of
Experiment 1: Significant Figures, Errors, Error Propagation, and Graphs
This experiment wants us to calculate the result of various numbers and express each
result in the proper number of Significant Figures.
PSYC 205 Theories of Personality
The written projects are due as the semester progresses. The exercises are related to various
theories of personality that we are covering in class. You will complete TEN assignme
Camera, Lights and Sound
7 November, 2016
1. Describe the quality of the light as it falls on the Girls Face.
The light that is hitting the girls face is very soft. You can almost see her whole
face and there arent really any
Chapter 4/Physical Properties of Materials
The resistance in a uniform section of material (e.g., a wire) depends on its length L,
cross-sectional area A, and the resistivity of the material r; thus,
or r R
Section 39.3/Manual Assembly Lines
soft. Prime examples are automobiles and major appliances, which are characterized by
variations in models and options.
MANUAL ASSEMBLY LINES
The manual assembly line was an im
Part V Metal Forming and
OF METAL FORMING
Overview of Metal Forming
Material Behavior in Metal Forming
Temperature in Metal Forming
Chapter 42/Quality Control and Inspection
Sigma Levels and Corresponding Defects Per Million in a Six Sigma Program.
Multiple Choice Quiz
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 Green Plastics. Available at: http:/www.greenplastics.com/reference.
 Young, R. J., and Lovell, P. Int
Section 36.1/Microsystem Products
and data applications. A CD disk is molded of polycarbonate (Section 8.2), which has ideal
optical and mechanical properties for the application. The disk is 120 mm in diameter and
The diameter of the processable area of the wafer will be slightly less than the outside
diameter of the wafer. The actual number of chips on the wafer may be different from the
value given b
Chapter 25/Grinding and Other Abrasive Processes
TABLE 25.3 Marking system for conventional grinding wheels as defined by ANSI
Standard B74.13-1977 .
Manufacturers private marking for wheel (optio
Chapter 19/Bulk Deformation Processes in Metal Working
FIGURE 19.7 Ring rolling used to reduce the wall thickness and increase the diameter of a ring:
(1) start and (2) completion of process.
process are illustrated
Section 22.6/Other Machining Operations
Success of CNC machining centers led to the development of CNC turning centers. A
modern CNC turning center, Figure 22.27, is capable of performing various turning and
Chapter 16/Powder Metallurgy
FIGURE 16.12 Sintering
on a microscopic scale:
(1) particle bonding is
initiated at contact points;
(2) contact points grow
into necks; (3) the
pores between particles
are reduced in size;
Section 13.1/Properties of Polymer Melts
Finishing by painting or plating is not required (except in unusual circumstances) for
As discussed in Chapter 8, the two types of plastics are thermoplastics and
Chapter 23/Cutting-Tool Technology
Standard geometry of a twist drill.
75 mm (3.0 in). Twist drills are widely used in industry to produce holes rapidly and
economically. The video clip on hole making il
Chapter 26/Nontraditional Machining and Thermal Cutting Processes
FIGURE 26.3 Abrasive
jet machining (AJM).
of diameter 0.075 to 1.0 mm (0.003 to 0.040 in) at velocities of 2.5 to 5.0 m/s (500 to 1000 ft/
20.3. As sheet-metal stock hardness increases in a blanking operation, the clearance between punch and
die should be (a) decreased, (b) increased, or (c)
remain the same?
20.4. A circular sheet-metal slug produce