Archimedes Principle
Nicky Patel
Physics 1 Lab
Physics 221L
March 28, 2017
Patel
2
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to verify the buoyancy of an object in a fluid that followed
the relationship as Archimedes Principle, for both floating objects an
The Ballistic Pendulum
Nicky Patel
Physics I Lab
Physics 221 L
February 28, 2017
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to apply the conservation of momentum and energy by
calculating the initial velocity of the ball that was shot from a ballistic pendu
Basic Angular Motion
Nicky Patel
Physics I Lab
Physics 221L
March 7, 2017
Patel 2
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to get more comfortable with angular rotation by using
angular objects. The three angular rotations that were found were angular dis
Buggies Lab
Nicky Patel
Physics I Lab
Physics221L
February 14, 2017
Patel 2
Introduction
In this lab, the purpose of it was to use the scientific method. There had to be a testable
hypothesis and a conduction of experiments to gather data. There were two
Equilibrium of Torque
Nicky Patel
Physics I Lab
Physics221L
March 21, 2017
Patel
2
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to observe the effects on torque on equilibrium. Torque is the
product of force by distance. Newtons second law of motion tells us
DETERMINING THE
COEFFICIENT OF
FRICTION
Shantanna Higgs
GENERAL PHYSICS 1 LAB PHY-221L-CA01
Dr.Richard
Introduction:
The purpose of this lab was to measure the coefficient of static friction between two objects, us ,
and its kinetic counterpart uk .
Mater
THE BALLISTIC
PENDULUM
Shantanna Higgs
GENERAL PHYSICS I LAB PHY-221L-CA01
Dr.Richard
Introduction:
A ballistic pendulum is a device that was designed to capture a ball launched into a pendulum
block. The impact then causes the pendulum to swing backward
MOTION BUGGYS
Shantanna Higgs
GENERAL PHYSICS LAB 221 CA01
Dr.Ricard
Introduction:
The purpose of this experiment was to use a scientific method to propose a hypothesis
that was testable and to conduct experiments that would help in collecting the
necessa
CONSERVATION OF
ENERGY
Shantanna Higgs
GENERAL PHYSICS I LAB PHY-221L-CA01
Dr.Richard
Introduction:
The Law of conservation of Energy states energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be
transformed from one form to another. The purpose of this ex
BASIC ANGULAR MOTION
Shantanna Higgs
GENERAL PHYSICS I LAB PHY-221L-CA01
Dr.Richard
Introduction:
The purpose of this experiment was to observe angular rotation by verifying its predicted values
using experimental procedures.
Materials:
Stopwatch, a meter
ACCELERATION OF
GRAVITY
Physics 221-Lab
DR.RICARD
Shantanna C. Higgs
Introduction:
The purpose of this weeks lab was to estimate or determine the acceleration that due to
gravity. Gravity is a force that attracts all objects, allowing them to propel towar
631081-2-16PP
AID: 9164 | 29/04/2016
Write the relation to calculate the heat transfer to the copper tube per unit length.
2 k To Ti
q
ln D d
Here,
Ti
is the inside temperature,
per unit length,
D
To
is the outside temperature,
is the outside diameter,
631081-3-3PP
AID: 9164 | 29/04/2016
Write the relation to calculate the heat transfer.
dT
Q mc p
dt
Here,
is the rate of temperature distribution,
dT
dt
pressure,
m
is the mass of the steel, and
Q
cp
is the specific heat at constant
is the heat transfer.
631081-2-40PP
AID: 9164 | 29/04/2016
Write the relation to calculate the heat transfer between pin and surface.
(1)
Q Fk To Ti
Here,
Ti
is the inside temperature,
between pin and surface,
F
To
is the outside temperature,
is the shape factor, and
k
Q
is
631081-2-7CQQ
AID: 9164 | 29/04/2016
Write the relation to calculate the heat transfer.
Q Fk To Ts
Here,
Ts
is the temperature of surface,
conductivity,
Substitute
F
0.3m
To
is the shape factor, and
for
F
, and
8.5 W m-K
Q 0.3 m 8.5 W m-K 313 K 278 K
2
631081-2-18PP
AID: 9164 | 29/04/2016
Write the relation to calculate the heat transfer to the refrigerator.
2 kL To Ti
Q
ln D d
Here,
tubes,
Ti
Q
is the inside temperature,
To
is the outside temperature,
is the heat transfer to the refrigerator,
diamete
631081-2-21PP
AID: 9164 | 29/04/2016
Write the relation to calculate the heat gain in the container.
4 kRr To Ti
Q
R r
Here,
Ti
is the inside temperature,
the container,
R
To
is the outside temperature,
is the outside radius,
r
Q
is the heat transfer to
631081-1-28PP
AID: 9164 | 29/04/2016
Write the relation to calculate the amount of rate of water transferred by using Ficks law.
(1)
.
dC
m ADAB
24 hr
dx
Here,
.
is the amount of helium lost through diffusion,
m
the area of the sphere,
DAB
is the diffus
631081-2-5PP
AID: 9164 | 29/04/2016
Write the equation to calculate the thermal conductivity.
k kT 0 T T0
Here,
T0
is the surrounding temperature,
temperature,
kT 0
is the thermal diffusivity,
T
is the thermal conductivity at surrounding
is the temperatu
631081-2-12PP
AID: 9164 | 29/04/2016
Write the relation to calculate the heat gain of the storage per unit area.
(1)
T T
q o i
R
Here,
Ti
is the inside temperature,
storage per unit area, and
R
To
is the outside temperature,
q
is the heat gain of the
is
631081-2-37PP
AID: 9164 | 29/04/2016
Write the relation to calculate the heat loss per unit length.
(1)
Q Fk To Ti
Here,
Ti
is the inside temperature,
is the outside temperature,
To
the container per unit meter of length,
F
Q
is the heat transfer to
is
631081-2-2PP
AID: 9164 | 29/04/2016
Write the equation to calculate the thermal conductivity.
T
k 8.328 104
MW
Here,
is the collision diameter,
temperature, and
Substitute
3.9 A
k 8.328 104
k
MW
is the molecular mass of the neon gas,
is the thermal condu
631081-2-10CQQ
A
0.14 cm
AID: 9164 | 29/04/2016
diameter copper wire has a smaller diameter and a greater electrical resistance
per unit length. Therefore it would be expected to have a higher temperature than the
diameter copper wire.
0.18cm
631081-2-2CQQ
AID: 9164 | 29/04/2016
Write the relation to calculate the conductive resistance.
R
k
Here,
is the thickness,
k
is the thermal conductivity, and
resistance.
Substitute
R
0.2 m
for
, and
17 W m-K
for
k
0.2 m
17 W m-K
0.0117 m 2 -K W
Hence, t