LAB REPORT FOR M0 EXPERIMENT: ERROR ANALYSIS
VI-1: For this section of the lab we were to measure the time (in seconds) it took for a simple pendulum to complete 5 periods (from point A to point B the
Lab M1: Friction
VI-1: For the first Part of this experiment, we took the mass of each pan and found them to be:
mp = 67gm, and mp = 74gm. We found the Spring Scale Correction to be mc = -13gm, and al
M3: Equilibrium of Forces
VI-1: To set up the experiment, our group placed three pulleys with 120 degrees
separation between them and placed mass hangers on each string. By adding one gram at
a time t
Lab Report For M0 Experiment: ERROR ANALYSIS
VI-1 During this portion of the experiment, our group recorded a pendulum for 5 periods 10
times.
# 5T (s)
T (s)
1 6.64
1.33
2 6.92
1.38
3 6.90
1.36
4 6.81
1/18/2013
Lab M0
VI (1)
Pendulum Bob Diameter
Measurements
1
2
3
Range
Ruler Measurements
2.4 cm
2.3 cm
2.3 cm
0.1 cm
Caliper Measurements
2.53 cm
2.49 cm
2.48 cm
0.05 cm
The caliper measurement is mo
Ethan Gorman
PHY151 Section 13
9/14/15
Gaofeng Xu
1)
Pendulum bob measurements:
Ruler 25mm/25mm/25mm
Caliper 24.5mm/25.2mm/24.9mm
Range for ruler 25mm(max)-25mm(min)=0mm
Range for caliper 25.2mm(max)-
VI-1
For this experiment, we used a drop box with a magnet that held and then released a ball
from a height Y above the flight pad. D was the height from the top of the angle clamp to the
flight pad a
LAB REPORT FOR M4 EXPERIMENT: PROJECTILE MOTION
VI-1: In this experiment we studied the flight of a projectile in 2 dimensions under the influence of gravity. Using the apparatus shown below we were a
151-M2 Free Fall
In this experiment you will accomplish the following tasks:
1) Test the kinematics equation that describes free fall.
gt 2
y
2
2) Determine the value of the acceleration due to gravit
M4 Projectile Motion Report
VI-I VI-5 Procedure: In this experiment, projectile motion of an object of mass is moved in two
dimensions under the influence of gravity. A small ball is released at angle
REPORT FOR LAB T1: SPECIFIC HEAT OF METALS
In order to calculate the specific heat for the two metal samples (copper and aluminum) I first need to plot resistance versus time for each sample based on
LAB REPORT FOR M1 EXPERIMENT: FRICTION
VI-1: Parts VI-1 and VI-2 deal with the friction of a pan as it is slid across a level metal surface. The goals of these parts are to establish a value for the c
Lab M5: Newtons Second Law of Motion
VI-2: We obtained a series of values of s and t for fixed values of M2 and MT by varying the
length of the metal flag. According to the equation, s = (a(t)2)/2, if
LAB REPORT FOR M9 EXPERIMENT: HARMONIC MOTION
VI-1: In this experiment we explored different types of simple harmonic motion through various experiments designed to test different aspects of harmonic
LAB REPORT FOR M2 EXPERIMENT: FREE FALL
VI-1: For this section of the lab I included the time (t) it took for the metal ball to free fall based on its height from the ground (d). Since there were 6 di
LAB REPORT FOR T2 EXPERIMENT: MELTING OF ICE
VI-1: For this part of the report we were required to find the initial and final temperatures of the water based on the interval we determined in our plot
REPORT FOR LAB M11: ROTATIONAL DYNAMICS
VI-1: In this experiment we studied the effects of rotational dynamics by measuring the effect varied mass has on acceleration over a fixed distance. By measuri
LAB REPORT FOR M5 EXPERIMENT: NEWTONS 2nd LAW
The premise for this lab was to investigate Newtons second law of motion that states F = ma . To do this we used an apparatus that looks like this: Usin
20 g
40 g
60 g
80 g
100 g
120 g
Mass vs Spring Elongation
Elongation
2.5 cm
5 cm
7.5 cm
10.2 cm
12.5 cm
Mass (g) Elongation (cm)
20
2.5
40
5
60
7.5
80
10.2
100
12.5
120
15
20
Elongat ion (cm)
Mass
f(x
VI-1
In this experiment, we determined 3 sets of angles and masses of three different hangers to center
the clear plastic disk in the black index ring. The Force (N) was found by using Newtons Second
Lab Report M1: Friction
VI-1
For this section of the lab the relationship between ms and mt is expressed through the
equation ms=mk mt . With that being known its also concluded that mk
is the slope o
Lab Report M4: Projectile Motion
VI-1
The data presented below displays the values found from the distance of the stand (D) in
centimeters, the height (h) at which the ball hit the board from the init
Lab report T2: The Melting of Ice
VI-1
In this section is the data taken for the full 15 minutes that the lab took. For the first five minutes
the caliometer cup contained only water. Once five minute
Lab Report M9: Simple Harmonic Motion
VI-1
In this section the data for section V-2 of the lab is displayed.
#
m (g)
1
2
3
4
5
6
20
40
60
80
100
120
x m (cm)
37.3
34.7
32.2
29.8
27
24.5
x=
x0 xm
2.7
5
Lab Report M11: Rotational Dynamics
VI-1
Here the data for the angular acceleration of the data taken with just the disk. The total mass was
taken as well as the averages of accelerations for each tri