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 relationshi
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 ve
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 t
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 co
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 fo
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 t
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.
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 conduc
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
trans
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
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 t
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
T
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
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 th
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
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 tempera
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 temperat
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
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 t
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
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 pe
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 t
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 tempera
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