September 20th, 2016
PHY113L
Experiment 2 Uniform Acceleration
Alex G. Smith, Partner: Rylie Frayman
Summary
The purpose of this experiment was to study the kinematics of uniformly accelerated
motion with physical models in the lab. My partner and I used
November 8th, 2016
PHY113L
Experiment 9 Angular Momentum
Alex G. Smith, Partner: Emaan Mahmood
Summary
The purpose of this experiment was to evaluate the effects of an applied torque on the
angular momentum on an object. This experiment comprised of putti
October 4th, 2016
PHY113L
Experiment 4 Equilibrium of Forces
Alex G. Smith, Partner: Emaan Mahmood
Summary
The purpose of this experiment was to create a model that exhibited an equilibrium of
forces and then examine this model using two methods of vector
October 11th, 2016
PHY113L
Experiment 7 Conservation of Momentum
Alex G. Smith, Partner: Emaan Mahmood
Summary
The purpose of this experiment was to observe the changes or lack thereof for momentum
and kinetic energy when two objects collide. Our experime
October 11th, 2016
PHY113L
Experiment 5 Uniform Circular Motion
Alex G. Smith, Partner: Emaan Mahmood
Summary
The purpose of this experiment was to observe relationship between force and motion
while a mass travels in a circular path. Our experiment was d
November 3rd, 2016
PHY113L
Experiment 8 The Equilibrium of Forces: The Second Law
Alex G. Smith, Partner: Emaan Mahmood
Summary
The purpose of this experiment was to observe and study the methods of vector addition
as applied to the equilibrium of torques
Lab Exercise 1 Noahs Ark
Alex G. Smith
Lab Partners: Emaan Mamood, Rylie Frayman
September 9th, 2016
Summary
The purpose of this experiment was to determine the volume of Noahs Ark in SI units.
The dimensions of the ark were given in cubits, a measurement
November 8th, 2016
PHY113L
Alex G. Smith, Partner: Emaan Mahmood
Summary
The purpose of this experiment was to experimentally calculate the densities of unknown
substances by comparing their masses in a dry environment and their masses while submerged in
September 27th, 2016
PHY113L
Experiment 3 The Measurement of Mass
Alex G. Smith, Partner: Emaan Mahmood
Summary
The purpose of this experiment was to determine the mass of an unknown object using
inertia balance, a device thats function does not depend on
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1/18/2017
PHY 712 Electrodynamics
9-9:50 AM MWF Olin 103
Plan for Lecture 3:
Reading: Chapter 1 in JDJ
1. Review of electrostatics with onedimensional examples
2. Poisson and Laplace Equations
3. Greens Theorem and their use in
electrostatics
1/18/2017
PH
1/9/2017
PHY 712 Electrodynamics
9-9:50 AM MWF Olin 103
Plan for Lecture 1:
Reading: Appendix 1 and Chapters I&1
1. Course structure and expectations
2. Units SI vs Gaussian
3. Electrostatics Poisson equation
1/11/2017
PHY 712 Spring 2017 - Lecture 1
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2/6/2017
PHY 712 Electrodynamics
9-9:50 AM MWF Olin 103
Plan for Lecture 11:
Start reading Chapter 5
A. Magnetostatics
B. Vector potential
C. Example: current loop
02/06/2017
PHY 712 Spring 2017 - Lecture 11
1
02/06/2017
PHY 712 Spring 2017 - Lecture 11
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2/3/2017
PHY 712 Electrodynamics
9-9:50 AM MWF Olin 103
Plan for Lecture 10:
Complete reading of Chapter 4
A. Microscopic macroscopic
polarizability
B. Clausius-Mossotti equation
C. Electrostatic energy in
dielectric media
02/03/2017
PHY 712 Spring 2017 -
Numerical methods to solve Poisson and Laplace equations; Finite difference
methods
The basis for grid-based finite difference methods is a Taylors series expansion:
1
1
1
(u)2 (r)+ (u)3 (r)+ (u)4 (r)+ .
2!
3!
4!
(1)
For the 2-dimensional Poisson equation
1/28/2017
PHY 712 Electrodynamics
9-9:50 AM MWF Olin 103
Plan for Lecture 8:
Start reading Chapter 4
Multipole moment expansion of
electrostatic potential
A. Spherical coordinates
B. Cartesian coordinates
01/30/2017
PHY 712 Spring 2017 - Lecture 8
1
01/3
1/19/2017
PHY 712 Electrodynamics
9-9:50 AM MWF Olin 103
Plan for Lecture 4:
Reading: Chapter 1 & 2 in JDJ
Electrostatic potentials
1. One, two, and three dimensions
(Cartesian coordinates)
2. Mean value theorem for the
electrostatic potential
1/20/2017
P
1/26/2017
PHY 712 Electrodynamics
9-9:50 AM MWF Olin 103
Plan for Lecture 7:
Start reading Chapter 3
Solution of Poisson equation in for
special geometries
A. Cylindrical
B. Spherical
01/27/2017
PHY 712 Spring 2017 - Lecture 7
1
01/27/2017
PHY 712 Spring
1/25/2017
PHY 712 Electrodynamics
9-9:50 AM MWF Olin 103
Plan for Lecture 6:
Continue reading Chapter 2
1. Methods of images - planes,
spheres
2. Solution of Poisson equation in
for other geometries - cylindrical
1/25/2017
PHY 712 Spring 2017 - Lecture 6
1/11/2017
PHY 712 Electrodynamics
9-9:50 AM MWF Olin 103
Plan for Lecture 2:
Reading: Chapter 1 (especially 1.11) in JDJ;
Ewald summation methods
1. Motivation
2. Expression to evaluate the electrostatic
energy of an extended periodic system
3. Examples
1
Torque01
Experiment 3
Objective: To discuss the topics of force, distance and center of mass and they relate to
torque.
DISCUSSION:
Torque is defined as a force acting on an object that changes the objects angular
momentum. You use it
y
everyday in such m
Physics 1.3
Note: Newtons 1st law: at rest or reaming at rest, or at motion remaining in motion-one
experiencing zero force
Note: constant velocity= straight line
Types of Force:
Normal Force
The normal force is the support force exerted upon an object th
Lab 2- 1D Motion Kaitlyn Stilson
Purpose
The purpose of this lab was to guide students in learning how to describe the motion of an object
using its velocity, position, and acceleration. Furthermore, students got practice with using
technology in a new wa
PHY 110L
Standing Waves: Resonance in a Tube
Objective: To measure the wavelength and velocity of the standing wave resonating in a tube
with an open tube and a tube closed at one end.
Abstract:
In this lab will learn sound waves and how they are measured
PHY 110L
Tuesday 4p.m.
Calorimetry: Latent Heat of Vaporization
Objective: To determine the heat of vaporization of liquid nitrogen.
Abstract
Using the thermodynamic properties of the materials regarding phase, specific heat,
temperature, etc., it will ea
Physics 110L
Multimeters
Purpose: The goal of this experiment is to learn how to use a multimeter to read current, voltage and
resistance and to understand how to correctly use the meter in a circuit to obtain the correct reading.
Abstract
The goal of thi
PHY 110L
Simple Harmonic Motion
Objective: To examine the significant parameters involved in the oscillatory motion of a body
under the action of spring and compare such motion with simple pendulum.
Abstract
The purpose of this lab experiment is to study
9/6/2016
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