Uniform Circular Motion
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1. INTRODUCTION
A force that moves in a straight direction where an object will find its constant motion in a circular
motion is termed centripetal force. The objective of this experiment are knowing how to compu
Friction
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1. INTRODUCTION
An object the moves either way experiences forces from another end where the force makes the object
movies. The objective of this experiment knows the difference between the angle of repose and
coefficient of fr
Analysis
For the fourth experiment we dealt Newtons second law of motion. After
dealing with kinematics we are now dealing with more complex topic. Newtons
second law of motion states that a net force is required for a body to have
acceleration. It pertai
Analysis
The fifth experiment done in the laboratory was about friction. First of all,
what is friction? It is any body that moves, in one way or another, experiences an
opposing force either from air or from another body in contact. It is the force
resis
Analysis
The topic for the last experiment was about uniform circular motion.
Uniform circular motion can be described as the motion of an object in a circle at a
constant speed. As an object moves in a circle, it is constantly changing its
direction. Bec
Analysis
The second experiment (Experiment 102), focused on kinematics.
First of all, what is kinematics? Kinematics is a branch of mechanics that consists
of the study of motion without considering the forces that cause or develop the
motion. The objecti
Analysis
For our third experiment in the physics laboratory, we studied projectile
motion. It involves kinematics in which its quantities are in projectile motion such
as acceleration, velocity and displacement. Projectile motion is considered as a
specia
Analysis
Physics is the natural science that deals with the study of matter and its
motion through space and time, along with related concepts such as energy and
force. In our first experiment we encountered the 2 different types of physical
quantities. P
ANALYSIS:
Experiment 5 is done together with the experiment 4 since they
just have the same setup but wooden block is used here instead of
dynamic cart. It is divided into three parts which contain five trials
each, for the first part we are task to deter
ANALYSIS:
The experiment is about circular motion, it is divided into three
parts, and the first one is on determination of centripetal force. We first
put some mass in the clamp, set the radius into 16cm, remove the
hanging mass in the pulley then we rot
E101: RESOLUTION OF FORCES
Amog, Lexus Lyndon P.
School of Civil, Environmental and Geological Engineering
Mapa Institute of Technology
658 Muralla St., Intramuros, Manila City, Philippines
[email protected]
Materials and Methods
Figure 1. The group c
E103: Projectile Motion
Amog, Lexus Lyndon P.
MATERIALS AND METHODS
Figure 1. The group is measuring and recording the trials of one of the activity. Measuring the
distance of the projectile will help us compute for the maximum range and height of the pro
E102: KINEMATICS
Amog, Lexus Lyndon P.
Materials and Methods
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Figure 1. The group is setting up for the first activity. The first activity is about calculating the
average speed of the cart in different displacements.
Figure 2. The set up for activity 2.
E104: Newtons Second Law of Motion
Amog, Lexus Lyndon P.
School of Civil, Environmental and Geological Engineering
Mapa Institute of Technology
658 Muralla St., Intramuros, Manila City, Philippines
[email protected]
INTERPRETATION OF DATA:
Part A. Con
E105: Friction
Amog, Lexus Lyndon P.
School of Civil, Environmental and Geological Engineering
Mapa Institute of Technology
658 Muralla St., Intramuros, Manila City, Philippines
[email protected]
INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS
Part A.
Table 1. Determinatio
E104: Newtons Second Law of Motion
Amog, Lexus Lyndon P.
School of Civil, Environmental and Geological Engineering
Mapa Institute of Technology
658 Muralla St., Intramuros, Manila City, Philippines
[email protected]
INTERPRETATION OF DATA:
Part A.
Tab
E106: Uniform Circular Motion
Amog, Lexus Lyndon P.
School of Civil, Environmental and Geological Engineering
Mapa Institute of Technology
658 Muralla St., Intramuros, Manila City, Philippines
[email protected]
INTERPRETATION OF DATA:
PART A.
Table 1.
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 6th edition
February 02, 2013
CHAPTER 2
Section 2-1
Provide a reasonable description of the sample space for each of the random experiments in
Exercises 2-1 to 2-17. There can be more than one acceptable i
Experiment 101: Resolution of Forces
Alexander Cajigas 1, Jeremiah Cayanan1, Flory Mendoza1, Keith Loma2,
Thomas Olpindo2, Gaudencio Abrina3
1
School of Civil, Environmental and Geological Engineering
2
School of Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engin
Fredge Eudes M. Juance
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ANALYSIS
The objective of Experiment 101: Resolution of Forces is to determine the resultant force
of simultaneous forces using the Graphical and Analytical method. After reaching equilibriu
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NEWTONS LAW OF MOTION
Force and its Kind
A force is a push or pull
A force is an interaction
between two objects or
between an object and its
environment.
A force is a vector quantity,
with magnitude
and direction.
Projectile Motion
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SCIENCE
SCIENCE comes from Latin word meaning to
know
SCIENCE is knowledge of the natural world
PHYSICS
Physics is the science of matter, energy and
time
Physics is an experimental science
Observes Phenomena
Find Patters (Physical Theories)
Physical Laws
Vector Addition: Graphical
Method
SOLUTION:
Find a graphical solution by applying the
Parallelogram Rule for vector addition. The
parallelogram has sides in the directions of the
two ropes and a diagonal in the direction of the
barge axis and length prop
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PROJECTILE MOTION
Projectile Motion
A projectile is an object
moving in two
dimensions under the
influence of Earth's
gravity.
Its path is called
trajectory which is
parabolic in shape.
Projectile Motion
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Projectile Motion
A projectile
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Motion in Circle
Motion in Circle
When a particle moves in a circle with
constant speed, the motion is called
uniform circular motion.
Acceleration is perpendicular to the path
and directed towards the center of the
circular path
Uniform Circul
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Kinematics
Kinematics
Mechanics study of
motion and the related
concepts of force and
mass
Kinematics branch of
mechanics that deals with
characteristics of motion
Kinematics
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Distance vs. Displacement
Distance is a scalar quantity. It
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Kinematics
Freely Falling Bodies
In 4th Century Aristotle thought
that heavy bodies fall faster than
light bodies
Nineteen centuries later, Galileo
argued that a body should fall with
a constant downward acceleration,
independent of its weight
Unit Vector
Unit Vector is a vector
that has a magnitude
of 1 with no units
Vectors & Scalars
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Unit Vector
Vector sum of two vectors:
Example:
Find
the vector sum
of A and B if:
A 2i 3 j
B 4i 7 j
answer :
R 6i 10 j
Vectors & Scalars
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