Daejin (Bryan) Kim PHY131L 1/23/07
PHY 131L GENERAL PHYSICS LAB Experiment 2 Constant Acceleration Motion Objectives 1. To use measured data to calculate acceleration Equipment 1. Laser pointer-diod
Introduction:
The purpose of this lab is to gather data for the speed and the distance traveled of an object as a
function of time to understand the characteristics of constant acceleration. This expe
Daejin (Bryan) Kim PHY131L 1/30/07
PHY131L REPORT Vectors
Objectives 1. To apply magnitude and direction of vectors in real life situations
Equipment Force table Four pulleys Metal ring Four weigh
Introduction:
In this experiment, the relationship between torque and angular acceleration will be tested, the rotational
inertia of a body from that relationship will be determined and compared to a
Edward Diaz
PHY 131L Jordan Taylor
Monday 3:00 PM Winter 2015
Experiment 7: Static Equilibrium
I.
Data Tables
Part A: CM of the Meter Stick
CM (m)
mclamp (kg)
mstick (kg)
W (N)
0.497
0.01965
0.14
1.56
Bryan Kim 2/28/07 PHY131L PHYSICS REPORT EXPERIMENT 7 Objective To calculate the torque force on a meter stick Equipments Meter stick with predrilled holes Fulcrum stand Small weight set (4 weights)
Experiment 6: Conserved Quantities
Lab Report
Fatima Islam
Partner: Jennifer Aguilera
PHY 131L-17
Introduction:
This experiment has two parts. The purpose of the first part is to investigate if mechan
Bryan (Daejin) Kim 2/14/07 1 PHY131L DYNAMICS OF UNIFORM CIRCULAR MOTION Objective To be able to calculate the centripetal acceleration of a spinning apparatus Equipments - uniform circular motion ap
Loan Le
PHY 131L
CONSTANT ACCELERATION MOTION
I. Introduction:
The objective of this lab is to gain an understanding of the characteristics of constant
acceleration motion and to practice technique of
LAB #2: CONSTANT ACCELERATED MOTION
PHY 131 L
1
ABSTRACT:
Part A of experiment number two was designed to analyse the discrepancies between the
velocities of a heavy rolling ball and a lighter rolling
OBSERVATIONS:
Table 1. Measurements for Several Types of Cylindrical Objects
Object
Mass m (g)
Diameter d
(cm)
Length l
(cm)
Volume v
(cm3)
Density p
(g/cm3)
Copper
Cylinder
56.8 0.1
1.32 0.001
5.10 0
CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC STATE UNIVERSITY POMONA
PHYSICS 131 LAB
LAB REPORT: Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion
INSTRUCTOR: DR. BENZAHRA
STUDENTS:
Grant Ashcraft
Amber Campbell
Cynthia Huynh
DUE DATE:
Edward Diaz
PHY 131L Jordan Taylor
Monday 3:00 PM Winter 2015
Experiment 6: Conserved Quantities
I.
Data Tables
Part 1: Bouncing
Table 1
Trial
V1i (m/s)
V1f (m/s)
V2f (m/s)
Total Initial
Momentum
Tota
Introduction:
The purpose of this experiment is to examine several cases of objects that are not initially in
translational equilibrium and determine the equilibrants experimentally. The hypothesis th
Fatima Islam
Lab #4: Atwood Machine Lab Report
Physics 131L
10/29/2012
Partner: Jennifer Aguilera
Introduction:
The purpose of this lab is to examine the predictions set by Newtons second law, that wh
Introduction:
In this lab the speed of a body in uniform circular motion, the radius of its circular path, and the net force
acting on it will be measured. In this experiment, the force that causes th
Bryan (Daejin) Kim 2/7/07
PHY131L LAB REPORT Atwood machine Objectives 1. Using accurate computerized data, to find the acceleration of the objects hanging on the Atwood machine Equipment Computer L