Torque
1
Introduction
In this experiment, the concept of torque was analyzed. In physics, torque is the force that is
applied to a body about its axis of rotation or pivot. Mathematically, the magnitude of torque is
the cross product between the applied f
Introduction
Lab 7 deals with Conservation of Energy which means that the energy can neither be created nor
lost. If there is no external force acting on the system the E before = E after and can be
represented by the equation below:
Ebefore = Eafter
E=K+
Torque
Introduction
In lab 11, the group tested the concept of torque. The definition of force is a force applied on a
body about its axis of rotation. The rotation can also be explained as a pivot. For this lab, the
torque is calculated by cross product
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PHYSICS 123
MEASURING DENSITY OF AN OBJECT AND FINDING SPRING CONSTANT
LAB #1
STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVE
The first objective is to prove the concept of Newtons second l
LAB 4: Newton's 2nd Law - Incline Plane and Pulley
This lab expanded upon Lab 3 using pulley system. Testing three different scenarios, change in
M1, M2, and angle. With frictionless surface, the acceleration and theoretical acceleration will be
calculate
1
Introduction
George Atwood, a famous mathematician invented the Atwood Machine in 1784 in order to
calculate force and tension, prove that objects moved under constant acceleration and verify their
laws of motion when under that constant acceleration. T
Introduction
Atwood's machine was built to calculate force and tension which then will be used to prove that
the objects had same constant acceleration no matter the weight. Atwood's machine is a string
holding two masses on each end attached to a pulley
Measured Mass Values in (Kg):
Hanger = 0.005 Kg
Cork Cart = 0.0905 Kg
Plastic Cart = 0.0923 Kg
Felt Cart = 0.0826 Kg
Question 1 Part A:
Cork Cart Data Table:
Description: Cork has a high friction surface. Unlike plastic it is not glossy or soft like felt.
Angular Momentum Lab
Question 1 Part A: Using the parallel axis theorem, write down the equations for the moemnt of
inertia of a short disk attachment and the short cylindrical tube. Calculate the moments of inertia
using the measured values of mass and r
DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL, CHEMICAL, AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE
ILLINOIS OINSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
PHYSICS 123
MEASURING DENSITY OF AN OBJECT AND FINDING SPRING CONSTANT
LAB #1
STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVE
The first objective is to prove the concept of Newtons second l
Friction Lab
Question 1 Part A:
By looking at the equation:
Where m1 = mass of the cart and m2 = mass of the hanger weight. vi = final velocity, vf = final
velocity,
Work done by falling mass is equal to the work from cart sliding on the path. Since the h
Momentum Lab
Question 1 Part A: For the two experiments, create data tables for the different cart masses (M1,
M2), the initial case velocities, the final velocities, the initial and final momentums and kinetic
energies. Give a brief description of the co
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Classify the following properties as Physical or
Chemical:
Physical or Chemical?
Bright red or orange-red in color
Soluble in water
Decomposes when exposed to light
odorless gas
crystalline solid at room temperature
Supports combustion
Liquid at room temp
Physics 123 Exam #2
Nov 5, 2015
(150 points) Name:_ Student ID#_
Include all work used to derive your answers. Partial credit will only be awarded based on handwritten
equations and solutions provided. Answers of 0 require some written justification.
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Physics 123 - Mechanics
Unit 10 Center of Mass
What We Covered Last Time
The Exam!
Handed back next lecture
What We Will Cover Today
Finding the center of mass (CM) of a
system of particles
Apply Newtons Laws to the CM
How We Use Center of Mass (CM)
Physics 123 - Mechanics
Unit 14 Rotational Motion and Angular
Inertia
What We Covered Last Time
Relative velocity during elastic collisions
in various reference frames
Determining average forces during
changes in momentum - impulse
What We Will Cover To
Physics 221 Spring 2016 (T/Th 8:35 - 9:50)
Prof Al Glodowski
Office:
182A Life Sciences Building
Phone:
312-567-3419(W)
630-362-0111(Cell I dont answer normally 10p.m. 7 a.m.)
E-mail:
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Materials Science 201 Spring 2016
Instructor/T.A.
Course web site:
Dr. John S. Kallend ([email protected])- Room 253c E1.
Blackboard
T.A.: TBA
Text:
Fundamentals of Materials Science and Engineering, W.D. Callister and D.G.
Rethwisch, Latest Edition (Wiley)
DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL, CHEMICAL, AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE
ILLINOIS OINSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
PHYSICS 123
MEASURING DENSITY OF AN OBJECT AND FINDING SPRING CONSTANT
LAB #1
STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVE
The objective of the lab was to find calculate the density of v
Final Exam Review
What We Covered Last Time
Forces on objects floating or
completely within fluids
Pressure differences within fluids
and gases
Buoyancy results from these forces
What We Will Cover Today
Final Exam in Herman Hall next to the
ARC
Tues