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Kinematics of Non-Uniform Motion
Experiment 2
October 25th, 2017
Introduction
This lab was conducted to analyze the non-uniform motion of a glider floating over an air track. The
purpose of this lab w
Conservation of Mechanical Energy
Experiment 4
November 8th, 2017
Introduction
This lab was conducted to analyze a swinging pendulum as it pertains to the physical principle known as
the conservation
Tutorial 3 Lab Report
September 28th, 2017
Introduction
This lab was conducted to better understand Pythons ability to create graphs using previously
determined data points, and to use these points to
Atwoods Pulley
Experiment 3
November 1st, 2017
Introduction
This lab was conducted to gain a tangible understanding of Newtons second law. Newtons second law
states that when an external force acts up
Acceleration Due to Gravity
Experiment 3
October 4th, 2017
Introduction
This lab was conducted to determine the acceleration of a falling tennis ball due to gravity. In order to
discover this value, a
PHYS144 - Newtonian Mechanics and Relativity
Part H: Relativity
Dr. Darren R Grant
!1
Reference Frames
The concept of a reference frame is not a new one. It has been around since the time
of Newton (a
PHYS144 - Newtonian Mechanics and Relativity
Part F: Rotating Bodies
Dr. Darren R Grant
1
Linear vs. Angular Motion
So far we have considered linear motion. However, objects may also rotate as well as
PHYS144 - Newtonian Mechanics and Relativity
Part B: Kinematics
Dr. Darren R Grant
1
Displacement
Kinematics is the study of objects in motion, and motion implies a change in position
known as displac
PHYS144 - Newtonian Mechanics and Relativity
Part E: Momentum and Impulse
Dr. Darren R Grant
1
Momentum
The linear momentum of a body is defined as:
Momentum = Mass x Velocity
Thus the momentum is a v
PHYS144 - Newtonian Mechanics and Relativity
Part G: Equilibrium and Gravity
Dr. Darren R Grant
!1
Equilibrium!
Consider the rigid bar shown below with the forces acting at the given positions.
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PHYS144 - Newtonian Mechanics and Relativity
Part D: Work and Energy
Dr. Darren R Grant
1
Work
Work is done whenever a force is moved through a displacement that is not
orthogonal to the direction of
PHYS144 - Newtonian Mechanics and Relativity
Part D: Work and Energy
Dr. Claudio Kopper
1
Work
Work is done whenever a force is moved through a displacement that is not
orthogonal to the direction of
Engineering Physics 131
Seminar 8: Work and Energy
(week starting March 17, 2014)
L AST NAME:
ID N UMBER:
FIRST NAME:
SEMINAR SECTION:
Please do all work on the handout and box your nal numerical answ
Faculty of Engineering and Department of Physics
Engineering Physics 131
Midterm Examination
Monday February 24, 2014; 7:00 pm 8:30 pm
1. No notes or textbooks allowed.
2. Formula sheets are included
Faculty of Engineering and Department of Physics
Engineering Physics 131
Midterm Examination
Monday February 27, 2012; 7:00 pm 8:30 pm
1. No notes or textbooks allowed.
2. Formula sheets are included
PHYS144 - Newtonian Mechanics and Relativity
Part C: Newtons Laws and Particle Dynamics
Dr. Darren R Grant
1
1st Law and Forces
Newtons first law states that:
A body will remain at rest or in motion w
PHYS144 - Newtonian Mechanics and Relativity
Part A: Units and Measurements
Dr. Darren R Grant
1
Consider first: What is Physics?
If we perform a Google Image search for Physics.
2
Darren R Grant - Un
2D and 3D Kinematics!
General comment: Displacement, velocity and acceleration
in 2D and 3D very similar to 1D, but the use of vector
relationships will be exercised to the fullest extent.!
Key: Break
Types of motion!
Translational motion:
Combined motion:
Object as a whole moves Rotational motion:
An object rotates as it moves
along a trajectory but does Object rotates around a fixed along a traje
PHYS144 - Newtonian Mechanics and Relativity
Mathematics and Problem Solving Lecture
Dr. Darren R Grant
1
Basic Maths
You should be familiar with the following mathematical concepts (if not
you need t