(b) Construct an appropriate data table and plot. Paste them into your
Word document. Add comments.
Pressure versus 1/Temperature
1/Temeprature (nm) 0
1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9
As expected when using c
Day 35 - Centroids
Center of Area
Center of Volume
Center of Mass
Center of Gravity
The average position of shape distribution, where a
shape can consist of a single shape or distribution of
shapes. (Line, area, or volu
Explain orthographic views (the glass box)
Draw cubes on Isogrid paper
Identify first and third angle projections
Draw three orthographic views given an isometric
Day 8 - Fluids
Fluid Mechanics - Fluids at rest and in motion
Fluid Mechanics Engineering sciences
PH 105 S002
General Physics I
With Dr. Murray Silverstone
Dr. Silverstone PH105 S002 Fall 2016 L21
PH105 Tues, Nov 1, 2016
Simple Harmonic Motion & Travelling Waves
Clicker Channel: 44
Chapter 15 Reading Review due Now
Newtons 3 Laws
Free Body Diagrams
Branch of physical science
involving the study of
motion and states of rest.
Extremely fundamental in
understanding the world
Motion of the planets!
How do we keep st
Newtons 3 Laws
Free Body Diagrams
What is static equilibrium?
What causes the condition of static equilibrium?
How we can model force systems with particles.
How we can use knowledge of Newtons Law of
MOMENT OF FORCE
Solving for moments in 2D
Moment of a Force
The moment of a force (moment) is a measure of a
forces ability to produce twisting, or rotation, about a
The moment is a vector: it has magnitude and direction.
Draw 3 dimensional isometric coordinate system
Use isogrid paper to create isometric sketches
Sketch isometric circles
Draw isometric circles
Identify features in isometric views which are true scale
1.Find the position of the mass with respect to its equilibrium position
after 3 seconds.
2.The maximum velocity of the mass.
3.The velocity of the mass after 3 seconds. Was the mass moving up
or down? (note you'll have to set the calculator to radians).
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DUE ON WEDNESDAY, 9/10 AT 12:20PM!
A uniform wooden ladder rests against a brick wall and makes an angle of 53.0o with respect to the
concrete (ground) as shown in the figure below. If the ladder has a mass of 20
Studio Session 6
Cart with accelerator sensor weighs 555 g. F = ma
Part A = 3062 J
In a certain library the first shelf is 15.0 cm off the ground, and the remaining four shelves are each
spaced 31.0 cm above the previous one.
If the average book has a mass of 1.4 kg with a height of 22
MP02: Motion Diagrams
Velocity and Acceleration of a Power Ball
Learning Goal: To understand the distinction between velocity and acceleration with the use of motion diagrams.
In common usage, velocity and acceleration both can imply having considerable s
John Sanders, Matthew Taylor
Ohms Law II
In this experiment, we further demonstrated the validity of Ohms Law by creating a graph of the
voltage vs current and noticing the direct relationship between current and voltage. In additi
This lab demonstrated and verified Amperes Law. In addition, we measured the magnetic field
strength of a wire at perpendicular distances.
1. The magnetic field at a point 4 mm from
Lab Section 1
Ohms Law I
Submission Date: September 8,2015
Introduction: The goals of this lab were to familiarize ourselves with basic DC circuits. In doing
so, we learned how to differentiate between series and parallel DC
In this lab, we verified the equations for calculating magnetic fields. In addition, we measured
the magnetic field strength as a function of the axial distance and the transverse distance
permeability of free spacemo
radius of coils
number of turns
charge of electron
mass of electron