Mass and Density
PHY 116; Experiment 1
Author: Xinwei Zhong
Partners: Gisela Iraeta; Fayrouz Kanj
Date: February 08, 2017
Purpose:
The purpose of this experiment was to determine mass, volume, and density of 5
small objects using basic measuring tools suc
Addition of Vectors
PHY 116; Experiment 2
Author: Xinwei Zhong
Partners: Gisela Iraeta; Fayrouz Kanj
Date: February 22, 2017
Purpose:
Use a force table to understand how to determine the magnitude and direction of the
resultant of several forces acting on
Equilibrium of a Rigid Body
PHY 116; Experiment 11
Author: Xinwei Zhong
Partner: Fayrouz Kanj
Date: May 03, 2017
Purpose:
The goal of this experiment is to verify the conditions for the static equilibrium of a rigid
body.
Apparatus:
Meter stick, One knife
Work and Kinetic Energy
PHY 116; Experiment 9
Author: Xinwei Zhong
Partner: Fayrouz Kanj
Date: April 19, 2017
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab is to compare the work done on an object with the objects change in
kinetic energy.
Apparatus:
Linear air-track
Work and Kinetic Energy
PHY 116; Experiment 9
Author: Xinwei Zhong
Partner: Fayrouz Kanj
Date: April 19, 2017
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab is to compare the work done on an object with the objects change in
kinetic energy.
Apparatus:
Linear air-track
Newtons Second Law
PHY 116; Experiment 6
Author: Xinwei Zhong
Partner: Gisela Iraeta; Fayrouz Kanj
Date: March 22, 2017
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab is to provide an understanding of Newtons second law and how it
relates to different forces. The law c
Horizontal Projectile Motion
PHY 116; Experiment 4
Author: Xinwei Zhong
Partner: Gisela Iraeta
Date: March 08, 2017
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab is to study the properties of horizontal projectile motion. From the
motion of a steel ball projected hori
Friction
PHY 116; Experiment 5
Author: Xinwei Zhong
Partner: Gisela Iraeta
Date: March 15, 2017
Purpose:
The purpose of this lab is to provide an understanding of friction and the difference between
static and kinetic friction.
Apparatus:
Friction block,
Conservation of Momentum
PHY 116; Experiment 10
Author: Xinwei Zhong
Partner: Fayrouz Kanj
Date: April 26, 2017
Purpose:
The goal of this experiment is to observe how different collisions and conditions acting on
those collisions affect the change in mome
Rawan Elsayed
PHY121 (14057)
Newton's Second Law
Partner: Alex Ratigan
3/24/2017
Steven Vayl
Objective:
To test the validity of Newton's second law, F = ma. This equation says that when a
force acts on an object, it will accelerate and the amount of accel
Rawan Elsayed
PHY121 (14057)
Free Fall
Partner: Alex Ratigan
3/10/2017
Steven Vayl
Objective:
To verify how the distance of a freely-falling body varies with time, investigate whether
the velocity of a freely-falling body increases linearly with time and
Rawan Elsayed
PHY121 (14057)
Horizontal Projectile Motion
Partner: Alex Ratigan
3/10/2017
Steven Vayl
Objective:
This laboratory experiment presents the opportunity to study motion in two dimensions,
projectile motion, which can be described as accelerate
Rawan Elsayed
PHY121 (14057)
Addition of Vectors
Partner: Alex Ratigan
2/24/2017
Steven Vayl
Objective:
The objective of this lab is to study vector addition by the parallelogram method and by
the component method and verify the results using the force ta
Rawan Elsayed
PHY121 (14057)
Centripetal Force
Partner: Alex Ratigan
3/31/2017
Steven Vayl
Objective:
In this experiment you will measure the period of rotation for an object and calculate the
centripetal force acting on it. You will compare this centripe
The lab emphasizes analytic measurements experimental technique and problem solving
in determining measurements.
Objective
To observe the relationship between force and acceleration.
To test the hypothesis that force is equal to mass times the acceleratio
PHY 116 Midterm Equation Sheet
s=
d
t
v =
x
t
F y =F N mg+ F P
a =
v
t
ma=F T sin
F N =mg
v =v 0 +at
1
x=x 0+ v 0 t+ a t 2
2
2
2
v =
v+ v 0
2
v =v 0 +2 a( xx 0 )
mg=F T cos
a=
m EmC
g
m E +mC
FT =m E ( ga)
FT =m c ( g+a)
1
y=v 0 t + a t 2
2
F fr = F N
Stephen Taliercio, Nicole Wu
Dr. Anshel Gorokhovsky
PHY 116, Class 13084
Addition of Vectors
February 27, 2017
Objectives: The propose of this experiment is to show that the magnitude
and direction of the resultant of several forces acting on a particle i
Stephen Taliercio, Nicole Wu
Dr. Anshel Gorokhovsky
PHY 116, Class 13084
Horizontal Projectile Motion
March 6, 2017
Objectives: The purpose of the experiment was to measure and observe the
motion of an object moving horizontally.
Principles:
1 2
S =
V 0 t
Stephen Taliercio, Nicole Wu
Dr. Anshel Gorokhovsky
PHY 116, Class 13084
Conservation of Momentum
April 24, 2017
Objectives: The purpose of this lab was to explore the relationship between
mass, velocity, momentum, and conservation of momentum.
Principles
Stephen Taliercio, Nicole Wu
Dr. Anshel Gorokhovsky
PHY 116, Class 13084
Conservation of Kinetic Energy
April 20, 2017
Objectives: The purpose of this lab was to observe the relationship between
work and kinetic energy.
Principles:
v=
.1
t
K =K f K i=W n
Stephen Taliercio, Nicole Wu
Dr. Anshel Gorokhovsky
PHY 116, Class 13084
Vernier Caliper Micrometer Caliper
February 6, 2017
Objectives: The purpose of this experiment was to find multiple measurements along with the
error measurements, using a Vernier ca
Stephen Taliercio, Nicole Wu, Jenny Yang
Dr. Anshel Gorokhovsky
PHY 116, Class 13084
Newtons Second Law
March 20, 2017
Objectives: The purpose of this experiment was to observe the motion of a
block on a horizontal plane and up and down an inclined plane.
Stephen Taliercio, Nicole Wu
Dr. Anshel Gorokhovsky
PHY 116, Class 13084
Friction
March 13, 2017
Objectives: The purpose of this experiment was to calculate the coefficients
of both static friction and kinetic friction by observing the acceleration of a
w
Stephen Taliercio, Nicole Wu
Dr. Anshel Gorokhovsky
PHY 116, Class 13084
The Simple Pendulum
April 3, 2017
Objectives: The purpose of this lab was to measure and observe the effects
of angle size, length of a string, and mass of a bob on the oscillation o
Stephen Taliercio, Nicole Wu
Dr. Anshel Gorokhovsky
PHY 116, Class 13084
Centripetal Force
March 27, 2017
Objectives: The purpose of this experiment was to measure the dynamic
and static centripetal force of a mass that is rotated based on the number of
r
Stephen Taliercio, Nicole Wu
Dr. Anshel Gorokhovsky
PHY 116, Class 13084
February 15, 2017
Motion of a Body in Free Fall
Objectives: The purpose of this experiment was to obtain the change in
distance between two successive points and calculate both the a
Ramses Martinez
PHY 121
3/5/2011
Lab 4: Motion Of A Body In Free Fall
I Main Physical Principles Used
Formulas:
Percent Error=
Percent Difference=
F= m*g
g=
S=
v=
II Lab Data:
S (cm)
t (s)
t=n t (s)
V = S / t
(cm/s)
V (cm/s)
a= V / t
0.9 cm
1/60
1/60
5
Ramses Martinez
PHY 121
3/13/2011
Lab 7: Friction
Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to learn about and experiment with friction.
Objective: To use work with a friction board to find the force of friction acting on a friction block.
Formulas:
Percent Err
Ramses Martinez
PHY 121
4/12/2011
Lab 10: Centripetal Force
Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to learn how centripetal forces effect an object.
Objective: To work with a centripetal force apparatus to find the centripetal forces acting on an object.
For
Shafik 1
Emanoil M Shafik
October 15 2015
Lab 4: Motion Of A Body In Free Fall
Shafik 2
Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to learn about and experiment with mass and gravity.
Objective: To use the Behr Free-Fall apparatus to learn about mass and gravity