Drew Ford
Section 1: 8:00a Tuesdays
Experiment #2: Force Table Equilibrium of Particles
Objectives
In this lab, we are to do the following:
1) Demonstrate and understand how force is a vector quantity, one that has both
magnitude and direction
2) Perform
Experiment 4 Notes
Sand bath:
Highest temperature occurs at the bottom of the sand
and the lowest temperature near the top surface
Boiling point
BP: the temperature at which the vapor pressure of the
liquid exactly equals the pressure exerted on it by t
Kinematics
8/31/16
Displacement; vector drawn from initial to final position; victory quantity; can be zero; SI unit = m
Distance: actual distance covered; scalar quantity; never zero; SI unit = m
1) a cyclist is moving with average speed of 8 km/hr. How
Drew Ford
Section 11: 8:00a Tuesdays
Experiment # 1: Velocity and Acceleration
Objectives
In this lab, we are to do the following:
1) Calculate the average velocities using the position measurements of freely falling bodies
2) Use an extrapolation method
Drew Ford
Physics 221, 8:00pm
Experiment #3 Projectile Motion
Objectives
1) Analyze two dimensional motion as a combination of one dimensional motions
2) Measure the time and distance from a projectiles two dimensional motion to estimate
the gravitational
Drew Ford
Physics lab 8:00pm
Experiment 4 Newtons Laws
Objectives
The objective of this lab is to investigate how a blocks acceleration and the force applied
to it relate and as such apply Newtons second law. Furthermore, this lab will serve as practice
i
Drew Ford
221 Lab 8pm
Experiment 6 Conservation of energy
Purpose
This labs purpose is to provide practice with calculating kinetic, potential, and total energy of a
system by using the measurements of position and speed. Furthermore, it is an exhibit of
Drew Ford
Physics Lab Tuesdays 8pm
Experiment 7 Conservation of Momentum
Purpose
For one, this experiments purpose is to calculate the momentum of separate objects
that partake in a collision and the total momentum of the system. Also, this lab is meant t
Drew Ford
PHY 221, Tuesdays 8pm
Experiment 8 Archimedes Principle
Purpose
For one, this lab is meant to be an exercise in determining the density and specific
gravity for several materials and objects using Archimedes principle. Furthermore, this principl
Drew Ford
PHY 221 Tue. 8pm
Experiment 9 Simple Harmonic Motion with Pendulums
Purpose
For one, this lab is practice in determining the period of oscillation in two simple harmonic
systems (a simple pendulum a mechanical pendulum). Furthermore, it is meant
9/12/16 Projectile motion
Horizontal velocity = uniform
Vertical- initial is 0; accelerated motion in vertical direction
#1: Suppose an airplane is flying at 1.5 km with a speed of 720 km/hr when it drops a package of food on
trapped flooded area.
1) How
Center of mass
9/14/16
Center of mass: CM of a system of bodies is a single point which produces same effect as produced by
force/action on each body
If m1 and m2 have coordinates (x1, y1) (x2, y2)
#1: For Earth-Sun Systems
Rotational Kinematics
All abo
9/7/16
2 dimensional motion-motion of a body in a plane; horizontal as well as vertical motion to be taken into
account
A space craft is acted upon by two engines in horizontal and vertical directions. If ax= 5.10 m/s^2 and
ay=7.30 m/s^2, t= 565 s. V2x =
hydrogen atom emits a 2.55electronvolt photon as
its electron changes from one energy level to another.
(Detod 2)etoc
(3)ctob btoa
14. Determine the energy level change for the electron. 20. Determine how
BaSe your answers to questions 10 and 11 on the information below and on your knowledge of physics.
Using a spring toy like the one shown in the diagram, a physics teacher pushes on the toy, compressing the spring,
causing the suction cup to stick to the