m
300 g
M
800 g
Sm
0g
SM
25 g +/-
SF
7.3575
Fs
7.3575
SFs
0.6
Fw
2.943
Physics Lab 8
w1
Sw
0.947646 0.017658
Physics Lab 8
Rcg
0.322
Srcg
0.328
b
SnB
0.919688 0.053746
NewTs
0.4905
New Ss
w2
Stw2
ST
0.023544 0.483143 0.002942 0.533333
Report for Experiment 14
Standing Waves
Brad Patronick
Lab Partners: Mathew Bostrom
TA: Andrew Taylor
December 2, 2015
Introduction:
The purpose for conducting this experiment was to study standing waves of on a string,
examine the relationship between st
Report for Experiment 11
Fluid Flow
Brad Patronick
Lab Partners: Eric Orzeck, Kevin Donovan
TA: Andrew Taylor
October 22, 2015
Introduction:
The purpose for conducting this experiment was to measure the rate at which fluid flows
by changing predetermined
Brad Patronick
Physics Online
Chapter 15 Questions
3. Is it possible for the temperature of a system to remain constant even though heat flows into or
out of it?
Yes because when the state of a material goes through change there is a period that the
tempe
1
Brian Jackson
Latent Heat of Fusion
Phys2021
2
Objective: The objective of this laboratory exercise is to
determine the latent heat of fusion of water.
Hypothesis: as the ice melt we are going to determine the
heat fusion of water, as a solid changes to
1
Brian Jackson
Lenses
Phys2021
11/9/15
2
Objective: to describe the relationship between object distance, image distance, and focal
length for a converging lens.
Hypothesis: to see if the lens equation accurately describe the relationship for near and fa
1
Brian Jackson
Latent Heat of Fusion
Phys2021
2
Objective: The objective of this laboratory exercise is to
determine the latent heat of fusion of water.
Hypothesis: as the ice melt we are going to determine the
heat fusion of water, as a solid changes to
1
Brian Jackson
Series and Parallel
Circuits
Phys2021
10/15/15
2
Objective: To see how the parallel and the series circuits work.
Hypothesis: Identify the rules of series and parallel circuits by getting the voltage across a
capacitor increases as v(t)=V(
Tennessee State University
College of Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
ENGR 2001
CIRCUITS I LAB
Section 01
Lab 6
THEVENINS THEOREM, NORTONS THEOREM AND MAXIMUM POWER TRANSFER
Brian Jackson
Lab
1
Brian Jackson
Series and Parallel
Circuits
Phys2021
10/15/15
2
Objective: To see how the parallel and the series circuits work.
Hypothesis: Identify the rules of series and parallel circuits.
Methods:
1.
2.
Measure the resistance of resistors and find t
Tennessee State University
College of Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
ENGR 2001
CIRCUITS I LAB
Section 01
Lab 3
Nodal and Mesh Analysis using Pspice
Brian Jackson
Lab Partner:
Jose Fuentes, T
Tennessee State University
College of Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
ENGR 2001
CIRCUITS I LAB
Section 01
Lab 3
Voltage and current division
Brian Jackson
Lab Partner:
Jose Fuentes, Tyler Rid
Tennessee State University
College of Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
ENGR 2001
CIRCUITS I LAB
Section 01
Lab 6
THEVENINS THEOREM, NORTONS THEOREM AND MAXIMUM POWER TRANSFER
Brian Jackson
Lab
Brian Jackson
11/15/15
Lab 9
Physics 2
In lab today we examined three work area. Each area had its own separate experiment. As we went from
table to table we took notes on how each experiment performed. The three area we examined was the
light spectrum, e
Lecture 1
1
Vector Analysis (Ch. 1 Gri ths)
This is the rst chapter of Gri ths. This chapter covers vector algebra, dierential calculus, integral calculus,
spherical coordinates, and cylindrical coordinates. All
these topics have been covered in the two c