g LINEAR AIR TRACK
AIM:
The aim of this experiment is to determine the acceleration of gravity (g) using diluted gravity
on a sloping linear air track. This is a modern form of the classical experiement performed by
Galileo. His apparatus can still be see

Episode 303: Mass-spring systems
This episode and the next focus on practical SHM systems.
Summary
Discussion: Hookes law leads to SHM. (15 minutes)
Student experiment: Testing the relationship T = 2 (m/k). (30 minutes)
Student activity: Using a computer

HOOKES LAW AND SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION
Alexander Sapozhnikov, Brooklyn College CUNY, New York, [email protected]
Objectives
Study Hookes Law and measure the spring constant.
Study Simple Harmonic motion and determine the spring constant.
Compare t

Episode 203: Turning effects
Many students will recall the principle of moments from earlier work. The application of moments
to situations beyond the simple see-saw examples met earlier in the school career can cause
some students difficulty. It is impor

HOOKES LAW and SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION
AUTHA: Sfiso Mkhize
STUDENT No. 49812556.
DATE: 25 07 -2016
SUBJECT CODE: MCIPRA1/AMC1PRA
SCHOOL: UNISA
EXPIRIMENT NO.1
INTRODUCTION
Vibrations occur in a system when it is displaced from a configuration of stable equ

HOOKES LAW AND SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION
Alexander Sapozhnikov, Brooklyn College CUNY, New York, [email protected]
Objectives
Study Hookes Law and measure the spring constant.
Study Simple Harmonic motion and determine the spring constant.
Compare the

Current Balance
R. Thakrar
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University College London
16th March 2009
Abstract: The relationship between magnetic force on a conductor (F), the current running
through the conductor (I), the amount of conductor within a

Experiment -Testing the
principle of moments
1. Balance the ruler carefully at
its midpoint. If necessary, you
can add a blob of plasticine to
one side until the ruler balances.
2. Then add weights as shown.
Move one of the weights until the
ruler balance

l. LAB Bl: SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION
2 . INTRODUCTION
The purpose of this experiment was to determine the spring constant k
_using Hooke's Law, verify that the period of vibration of a body on a
spring is independent of the amplitude, and to measure the peri

Student
January 04, 2010
Formal Lab Report
Mallok P.
Physics 12 - SP4U1
Hookes Law and Simple Harmonic Motion
Abstract
The spring constant of a normal spring was
determined through three ways: by
measuring its elongation when subjected to
loading various

HOOKES LAW AND SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION
AUTHA: Sfiso Mkhize
DATE: 25 07 -2016
SCHOOL: UNISA
STUDENT No. 49812556.
SUBJECT CODE: MCIPRA1/AMC1PRA
EXPIRIMENT NO.2
1.1 INTRODUCTION
Any motion that repeats itself in equal intervals of time is called periodic mot

HOOKES LAW AND SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION
Alexander Sapozhnikov, Brooklyn College CUNY, New York, [email protected]
Objectives
Study Hookes Law and measure the spring constant.
Study Simple Harmonic motion and determine the spring constant.
Compare t

PHY191 Experiment 5: Elastic and Inelastic Collisions
8/12/2014
Page 1
Experiment 5
Elastic and Inelastic Collisions
Reading: Bauer&Westfall: Chapter 7 (and 8, for center of mass ideas) as needed
1. Goals
1. Study momentum and energy conservation in inela

TITTLE: MOMENTS
AUTHA: Sfiso Mkhize
STUDENT No. 49812556.
DATE: 25 07 -2016
SUBJECT CODE: MCIPRA1/AMC1PRA
SCHOOL: UNISA
EXPIRIMENT NO.1
1.1 INTRODUCTION
This experiment verified that the sum of the clockwise moments equals the sum of the counter
clockwise

Equilibrium of Non-Concurrent Forces
Objectives:
Experimental objective
Students will verify the law of moments.
Learning objectives (students should learn)
The requirements to balance the moments of unequal masses.
The principles of parallel for

ACCELERATION ON AN AIR TRACK
Theory: If a mass sliding on a frictionless surface is connected to a hanging mass by a string passing over
a pulley, the motion of the two masses is described by the following two equations:
T = m1a
and
m2g - T= m2a
Where m1

KING ABDUL AZIZ UNIVERSITY
Rabigh Campus
Faculty of Science and Art
Physics Department
The Principles of The Experimental
Physics
Experimental Lab Physics 281
Prepared By:
Dr. Ahmad A. Mubarak
Faculty of Science and Art
Physical Department
King Abdul Aziz

PH030
GENERAL PHYSICS I
LABORATORY MANUAL
PHYSICS and ENGINGEERING PHYSICS DEPARTMENT
Revised Spring 2009
General Physics I
Laboratory Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction:
General Information.ii
Experiment No. 1
Vectors.1
Experiment No. 2
Graphing Motio

PH030
GENERAL PHYSICS I
LABORATORY MANUAL
PHYSICS and ENGINGEERING PHYSICS DEPARTMENT
Revised Spring 2009
General Physics I
Laboratory Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction:
General Information.ii
Experiment No. 1
Vectors.1
Experiment No. 2
Graphing Motio

TITTLE: Hookes law and Simple Harmonic Motion
AUTHA: Sfiso Mkhize
STUDENT No. 49812556.
DATE: 25 07 -2016
SUBJECT CODE: MCIPRA1/AMC1PRA
SCHOOL: UNISA
EXPIRIMENT NO.2
1.1 INTRODUCTION
Any motion that repeats itself in equal intervals of time is called peri

HOOKES LAW AND SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION
Alexander Sapozhnikov, Brooklyn College CUNY, New York, [email protected]
Objectives
Study Hookes Law and measure the spring constant.
Study Simple Harmonic motion and determine the spring constant.
Compare t

Equilibrium of Non - Concurrent Forces
Objectives:
Experimental objective
Students will verify the law of moments.
Learning objectives (students should learn)
The requirements to balance the moments of unequal masses.
The principles of parallel
forces Eq

INSTRUCTION SHEET
AIR TRACK EXPERIMENTS
Using the IEC Linear Air Track and Photo Gates
SETTING UP FOR EXPERIMENTS:
general info.
Connect the IEC Variable Air Blower to the track and adjust the air so that the short
glider just glides smoothly. Do not use

HOOKES LAW AND SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION
Alexander Sapozhnikov, Brooklyn College CUNY, New York, [email protected]
Objectives
Study Hookes Law and measure the spring constant.
Study Simple Harmonic motion and determine the spring constant.
Compare t

Homework 3
Qs1-4. Draw on A3 sheets, the orthographic projections of any four of the solids shown below.
Amongst the chosen four, draw the projections of two solids in the THIRD angle scheme with
aligned dimensioning. Draw the orthographic projections of

Home Assignment 7
Q1-2. Draw the Cavalier and Cabinet views respectively of the objects shown below. In both
cases, consider the depth line to be at 45o. In both cases, choose the best view for the frontal
plane.
48
55
20
Central hole
34, 6 deep
on both s

Home Assignment 9
Q1. For the three cases below, determine the perpendiculars from point C onto the line AB in
both horizontal and vertical planes and record their lengths. In some cases, you may have to
extend the line AB to point D so that the base of t