WORK(W)
The work done by a constant
force acting in the same
direction as the displacement.
W = Fs (N-m or Joules)
The work done by a constant
force acting at an angle to the
displacement.
W = Fscos
WORK(W)
WORK(W)
WORK(W)
Example 1.
WORK(W) & KINETIC ENE
ANALYSIS
This experiment is entitled moment of inertia. In this experiment, the mass
moment of inertia of disk and a ring is to be determined and the moment of inertia
of solid disk rotated at two different axes. Moment of inertia, also called rotational
ABSTRACT
The purpose of this experiment is to show
and use one of the most important frequently
used principles of physics which is the law
of conservation of momentum and energy in
determining the velocity of a steel ball using
a ballistic pendulum. It w
ANALYSIS
This experiment allowed the group to obtain the speed of sound in a metal rod.
The apparatus used in doing so is a Kundts tube which is widely used nowadays only
for demonstrating standing or longitudinal waves. The apparatus is consisted of a gl
ANALYSIS
This experiment was intended to study and demonstrate the nature of electric
fields through mapping the equipotential lines. In doing so, the materials used were
conductive paper, a corkboard surface, push pins, connecting wires (alligator type),
ANALYSIS
In order to understand linear expansion, data as follows are required to be gathered: the
initial length of a certain object, its change of length, its change in temperature, and its
coefficient of linear expansion. In conducting the experiment,
ANALYSIS
This experiment allowed the group to gather information about transverse waves.
Having a guitar string, a vibrator, and a sine wave generator, the group was able to see
the actual form/pattern of the waves which is in a sine wave form. The actual
ANALYSIS
This experiment was intended to know the total current flowing through and
voltage across each resistors through a series and parallel circuit, to study the
relationship between the voltage across and the total voltage, and between the current
fl
ANALYSIS
In executing this experiment, patience, systematic and quick action are a must.
Since this experiment required us to determine the experimental value of specific heat
and latent heat of fusion assuming that no heat is lost nor gained to or from t
Table 1. Determining of frequency of vibration (constant linear mass density)
diamter of wire = 0.022 in
linear mass density of wire, = g/cm
(Please refer to Table 2 for the different size of the string and its equivalent linear
TRIAL
1
2
3
4
5
tension, T
EXPERIMENT 205
HOOKES LAW
MANALO, JAYVEE BIEN D., PHY11L/A3
jayveemanalo03@yahoo.com.ph
Abstract
The study discusses Hookes Law with the concept of elasticity by the use of
laboratory apparatus such as a 4 N/m spring, 8 N/m spring, a mass hanger, Hookes L
Resistance 1( R1) = 100
Resistance 2 (R2) = 150
Resistance 3 (R3) = 250
Total Resistance (RT) = 500 Ohms
Total Voltage (VDA) = 5.0625 V
TABLE 1. SERIES CIRCUIT
Experimental
Voltage Across Resistance 1 (Vab)
Voltage Across Resistance 2 (Vac)
Voltage Across
REMARKS
PART 1: MAGNETIC FIELD OF PERMANENT MAGNETS
a.) Like poles of bar magnets
When like poles of bar magnets were to face each other or brought
close to each other, according to Coulomb, there will be a repulsive
force. Thus, the magnetic field or lin
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Department of Physics
E302: HEAT AND CALORIMETRY
CABUNDOCAN, Clarence L.
2014105037 CE-2 Group 2
PHY12L-A5
SCORE:
Analysis
Conclusion
Presentation
TOTAL
Engr. Ericson D. Dimaunahan
Instructor
May 13, 2016
ANALYSIS
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I.
Abstract
The experiment used the Ballistic method and the Trajectory
method to solve for the initial velocity of the steel ball. The experiment
showed the principles of conservation of energy and momentum,
specifically on completely inelastic collision
ANALYSIS
This experiment was intended to study and demonstrate the nature of electric
fields through mapping the equipotential lines. In doing so, the materials used were
conductive paper, a corkboard surface, push pins, connecting wires (alligator type),
A candle was used in this part. The group had noticed the same results that
the object distance is inversely proportional to the image distance.
Part VI: Table 6 Object distance equal to the Image Distance
Finally, the last part had the same materials use
ANALYSIS
This experiment was intended to know the total current flowing through and
voltage across each resistors through a series and parallel circuit, to study the
relationship between the voltage across and the total voltage, and between the current
fl
Remarks/Analysis:
Part A: Index of refraction of glass when light bends from glass to air,
On a page printed with a circle, a rectangular glass was placed above the horizontal axis (upper
half of the circle). 3 pins were utilized wherein the 1 st pin was
Part 1. Determining the Specific Heat of Metals
Mass of metal, g
Mass of calorimeter, g
Mass of water, g
Initial temperature of metal, C
Initial temperatire of calorimeter, C
Initial temperature of water, C
Final temperature of mixture, C
Experimental spe
MOMENTUM(p
MOMENTUM(p)
Recall: N2LM
v
a
v
F
v
v
dv
v
v
F = ma ; a =
dt
v
v
v
dv d (m v )
F = m dt = dt
v
m v Momentum (p), whose
direction is the same as
the bodys velocity.
v
v dp
F = dt
The net force acting
on a particle equals
the time rate of
chang
ELASTICITY
Hookes Law:
Within proportional limit stress is proportional to strain.
The proportionality is called Elastic Modulus
Stress
= Elastic Modulus
Strain
Stress, S describes the strength of the force causing the
deformation, measured in force per u
EXPERIMENT 201
WORK, ENERGY AND POWER
JAYVEE BIEN D. MANALO, PHY11L/A3
jayveemanalo03@yahoo.com.ph
Abstract
The study thoroughly discusses work, energy and power by the use of laboratory
apparatus such as a dynamics track, a fan cart, two photogates, a pr
EXPERIMENT 203
TORQUE: SECOND CONDITION OF EQUILIBRIUM
MANALO, JAYVEE BIEN D., PHY11L/A3
jayveemanalo03@yahoo.com.ph
Abstract
The study thoroughly discusses moment of inertia by the use of laboratory apparatus such
as a rotating platform, disk, ring, phot
EXPERIMENT 202
CONSERVATION OF MOMENTUM: THE BALLISTIC PENDULUM
JAYVEE BIEN D. MANALO, PHY11L/A3
jayveemanalo03@yahoo.com.ph
Abstract
The study thoroughly discusses the conservation of momentum by the use of laboratory
apparatus such as a ballistic pendul
EXPERIMENT 205
HOOKES LAW
MANALO, JAYVEE BIEN D., PHY11L/A3
jayveemanalo03@yahoo.com.ph
Abstract
The study discusses Hookes Law with the concept of elasticity by the use of
laboratory apparatus such as a 4 N/m spring, 8 N/m spring, a mass hanger, Hookes L
EXPERIMENT 206
ARCHIMEDES PRINCIPLE
MANALO, JAYVEE BIEN D., PHY11L/A3
jayveemanalo03@yahoo.com.ph
Abstract
The study discusses Archimedes principle with the concept of density by the use of
laboratory apparatus such as a platform balance, hydrometer, a ma
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Department of Physics
E201: WORK, ENERGY & POWER
VILLAFUERTE, Monica Shayne C.
monicashaynevillafuerte@gmail.com/ 2014106121/ CE - 2
PHY11L-A5 Group
SCORE
Signed Data Sheet
(5)
=
Observations &
Results
(15)
=
Graphs
(10)
=
Co
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Department of Physics
E201: WORK, ENERGY & POWER
VILLAFUERTE, Monica Shayne C.
monicashaynevillafuerte@gmail.com/ 2014106121/ CE - 2
PHY11L-A5 Group
SCORE
Signed Data Sheet
(5)
=
Observations & Results
(15)
=
Graphs
(10)
=
Co
E301 Linear Expansion
Summary
In E301, entitled Linear Expansion, we were given the following materials to use:
aluminum metal rod, copper metal rod, digital multi-tester, a set of expansion base with
built-in gauge and thermistor, foam insulator, rubber