Collisions in One Dimension
Mike Loux
PHY 122 - 24181
Wayne Christenson
Week 6
1
Objectives:
This lab will investigate simple elastic and inelastic collisions in one dimension with emphasis
on conservation of momentum and conservation of energy principles
Lab Title: Vectors and Statics
Name: Brenda Villa
Group members name: Quinn Spencer
Group Number: 3
Class Number:72037
Day and Time: Monday
from 6:00-7:50 PM
1
Objective: (3 points)
The objective of Vector and Statics lab is to obtain a better understandi
PHY 122: Lab Name: Rotational Motion
Group Number:3
Class Number: 72037
Time: Monday 6:00 7:50 PM
TAs Name: Armin Zjajo
Objective:
The objective of this lab is to investigate the tendency of an object to resist angular
acceleration, inertia. The different
PHY 122: Damped Oscillations
Name: Brenda Villa
Group Number: 3
Class number: 72037
Time: Monday 6:00-7:50 PM
TA's name: Armin Zjajo
Objective: The objective of this lab is to understand the effects that occur when damping
on oscillation motions. Also, to
Lab: Conservation of Energy
Group members name: Quinn, Spencer & Vicencio
Group Number: 6
Class Number: 72037
Day and Time: Monday 6:00- 7:50 PM
(1 point)
Objective: (3 points)
To determine whether or not energy is conserved in various mechanical systems
Prelab for Springs and Oscillators
Name:Brenda Villa Section number_ Date: 10/03/2016
From the theory section of the lab we have two ways to determine the angular
kd
2
frequency of oscillations of the mass m:
and
.
m m0
T
a. (4 points) Both ways to dete
Prelab: Rotational motion
Name:_Ashley Lear_ Section day/time_Friday 10am_
Consider the apparatus as used in this lab: A cube of mass M = 500 g and side length 30 mm is
free to spin on an axis through the center of one face. A massless pulley on this axis
Lab Worksheet "Conservation of Energy"
length of the pendulum (the Distance between the center of mass and pivot point).
l
=
4~
cm
o Ixlcfw_
=
= -
Slope ofthe graph (TE/m vs time)
I
m
0 ~k
Uncertainty of the slope of the graph (TE/m vs time) =
Slope of th
Prelab for Springs and Oscillators
Name:_
Section number_
Date _
9/29/16
Sudarshan Kandel
363
2/25/2016
366
From the theory section of the lab we have two ways to determine the angular frequency of
kd
2
oscillations of the mass m:
and
.
m m0
T
a. (4 poi
Prelab for Conservation of Linear Momentum
Name:_
Sudarshan Kandel
Sudarshan
Kandel
336
Section time/day:_
1. (1 point) A cart of mass m1 = 0.500 kg moves with a velocity of 0.900 m/s to the right on a
frictionless track. It collides with another cart of
Lab Title: Springs and Oscillators
Name: Brenda Villa
Group members names: Spencer, Quinn
Group Number: #6
Class Number: 72037
Day and Time: Monday, 6:00- 7:50 PM
Objective:
The objective of this lab is to test Hookes law using various elastics objects.
T
PHY 122: Friction
Name: Brenda Villa
Group members name: Spencer, Quinn, Vicencio?
Group number: 6
Class number: 72037
Day and Time: 6:00 7:50 PM, Mondays
Objective: The objective of this lab was to study the static and kinetic friction. Kinetic and stati
PHY 122: Volumes and density
Name: Brenda Villa
Group members name: Spencer
Group Number:
Class Number:72037
Day and Time: Monday 6:00-7:50 PM
(1 point)
Objective: (3 points)
The object of this lab was to practice some essential skill of partial derivativ
Simple Pendulum
Mike Loux
PHY 122 - 24181
Wayne Christenson
Week 7
1
Objectives:
The objectives of this lab are to investigate the basic determining factors of the motion, specifically
the period, of a simple pendulum. There are four variables to be inves
Friction
Mike Loux
PHY 122 - 24181
Wayne Christenson
Week 4
1
Objectives:
This lab will focus on the forces of friction that act on an object. Friction is a force that acts
parallel to the contact surface, and opposite the direction of motion. Friction ca
Newtons 2nd Law
Mike Loux
PHY 122 - 24181
Wayne Christenson
Week 3
1
Objectives:
The objectives of this lab are to apply Newtons Second law of motion to moving
systems of different configurations and to validate these laws of motion by:
Determining the m
Uniform Circular Motion
Mike Loux
PHY 122 - 24181
Wayne Christenson
Week 5
1
Objectives:
The objectives for this lab is to examine the relationship between mass, velocity, radius and
centripetal force. This lab will also examine friction as it relates to
Uniformly Acceleration Motion in One Dimension
Mike Loux
PHY 122 - 24181
Wayne Christenson
Week 2
1
Objective:
The purpose of this lab is to investigate how position changes as a function of time and
how velocity changes as a function of time with an obje
Constant Velocity Motion in one Dimension
Mike Loux
PHY 122 - 24181
Wayne Christenson
Week 1
1
OBJECTIVE:
This lab will investigate the basic concepts of kinematics that describe motion: position, velocity,
and acceleration. We will be testing principles
Electric field and electric potential - Lab Report Check List
Part I a. Electric field of the point charge distributions
Arrange four sensors around the charge at the same distance (two on vertical and two
horizontal axes).
Compare the values (the lengt
(1 point)
Title of the Experiment:
Collisions 1D
Students name: Brenda Villa
Section SLN: 72037
TAs Name: Armin Zjajo
Week of the experiment: October 24, 2016
1
Objectives: (3 points)
To show that momentum is always conserved when there are no external fo
Lecture 15
Collisions (1D, 2D; Elastic, Inelastic)
1
When there are no external forces present the momentum of a system will remain unchanged. (pi = pf)
If the kinetic energy before and after an interaction is the same, the "collision" is said to be elast
Lecture 14
Momentum Impulse Conservation of momentum Center of mass Motion of the center of mass
1
Consider two interacting bodies:
F21
F12
Fnet t If we know the net force on each body then v = at = m
The velocity change for each mass will be different if
Lecture 10
Work and Energy The scalar product Kinetic energy The work-energy theorem
1
Energy is a scalar quantity that is associated with a state (or condition) of an object.
Kinetic energy is associated with an object's state of motion. Potential energy
Lecture 9
Example of 2D motion: Circular motion Conditions for circular motion Examples
1
Circular Motion
y
f i
x
is the angular position. Angular displacement:
= f - i
Note: angles measured CW are negative and angles measured CCW are positive. is measu
Lecture 8
Examples using N2L
1
Example: A box slides across a rough surface. If the coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.3, what is the acceleration of the box?
y
FBD for box: fk;sb
Nsb
Apply Newton's 2nd Law:
F = N
x
sb
+ f k;sb + w eb = ma
web
F F
x y
=
Lecture 7
Mass vs. weight Examples of forces Gravity (long-range force) Normal force (contact force) Tension (contact force) Friction (contact force) Drawing free body diagrams
1
Mass vs. weight
Mass is an inherent property of a body, independent of the b
Lecture 6
Introduction to forces Newton's three laws Equilibrium
1
Isaac Newton was the first to discover that the laws that govern motions on the Earth also applied to celestial bodies.
Over the next few chapters we will study how bodies interact with on
Lecture 5
Motion in two and three dimensions Example of 2D motion: Projectile motion
1
A particle moves along the blue path as shown. At time t1 its position is r0 and at time t2 its position is rf.
y
v0 r vf
The instantaneous velocity points tangent to t