• Determination the Mass Ratio
    Charge to mass ratio for an electron Calculating the charge to mass ratio for an electron by investigating the motion of an electron in a uniform magnetic field. March 13, 2003 Table of Contents 0. Introduction 1 1. Activity #1: Alignment of the...
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  • 1.Experimental Test of F=Mrω2 by Whirling a Rubber Bung
    Physics Practical TAS Lab Report Experimental test of Fc=mrω2 by whirling a rubber bung CHUI, WING LAM CYNTHIA 6B (3) GROUPMATES: ANDY TAM, TOMMY LO Date of experiment: 26-01-2011 Date of submission: 21-02-2011 I. Objective For a body moving in a uniform circular motion, measure...
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  • Wertqweqer
    dimensions E. Circular Motion and Rotation Reading/Homework Assignments: Selected items from Chapters 5 and 8 Learning Objectives: At the end of this unit the student should be able to: • Explain the characteristics of uniform circular motion • Derive the equation for centripetal...
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  • Al Physics Centripetal Force
    AL Physics Centripetal Force(1ST Lab Report) Objective : To measure the centripetal force by whirling it around a horizontal circle, then compare the result with theoretical value FC = m(2r. Apparatus : 1Rubber bung 1Glass tube (About 15 cm long) 1Slotted weights, with hanger 12 × 0.02 kg...
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  • asczsas
    motion and rotation 4% 1. Uniform circular motion √ 2. Torque and rotational statics √ 3. Rotational kinematics and dynamics 4. Angular momentum and its conservation 18% √ √ √ √ F. Oscillations and gravitation 6% 1. Simple harmonic motion (dynamics and...
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  • Fluid Lab manual
    . Note that both curved surfaces of the torus are circular with centers at the pivot point. For the report, compare the force obtained with Equation 3.1 to that obtained with Equation 3.3. When using Equation 3.3, it will be necessary to use Equation 3.2 for yF. Questions 1. In summing...
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  • Physics Lab Report - What Keeps a Stopper Moving in a Circle
    uniform circular motion. I also proved my hypothesis incorrect, my hypothesis was that the velocity of the stopper will increase as the radius is shortened, which in fact as the radius was shortened the velocity decreased. In this lab there were several sources of error, the stopper was spinning so fast we may have miss counted how many revolutions it had, and the force was not constant the entire time....
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  • Physica Lab
    Suellen Fonseca Physics 151 April 3, 2013 Questions and Answers: 1. Define uniform circular motion. 
 A. Is an object in uniform circular motion accelerating? 
 B. Define centripetal acceleration, and state its magnitude and direction. (2.0 points) Ans: An object moving...
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  • Paragraph
    and trapezoidal notches, velocity of approach. 7. Laminar flow : Flow of viscous fluid through circular pipe-velocity distribution and average velocity, Hagen Poiseiulle formula, Kinetic energy correction and Momentum Correction factors , Navier-Stokes equation of motion. 8. Turbulent Flow...
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  • Pglo Transformation Lab Report
    undergoing the transformation lab, confirmation that the substance being added to the bacterium is DNA must be acquired. This is done through electrophoresis. This process creates a uniform electrical field that allows motion of particles of various sizes towards a positively charged end. A larger...
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  • How Computer Games Affects the Academic Performance of Adamson University
    changing as the object curves along the edge of the circle. A changing velocity implies a nonzero acceleration, and thus net force is acting on the object. Reference: 1. Casquejo, Ching, Rollon, Surban, (2011) “College Physics 1 Laboratory Manual”, Uniform Circular Motion, pages: 85-87 2. “Physics Lab” Centripetal Force and Speed, Equipment Figure1,from www.batesville.k.12.in.us/physics/phynet...
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  • Technology
    mechanism, and Coriolis acceleration component, crank and slotter lever mechanism. UNIT-III Cams: Introduction, types of cams, types of followers, motion of the follower,-uniform velocity, SHM uniform acceleration and retardation, profile of cams, cams with specified contours – tangent cam with...
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  • Chap6_Study_Guide_AnsersPlus
    matching item. 1. a force directed toward the center of a circle a. projectile b. trajectory 2. an object shot through the air c. uniform circular motion 3. the movement of an object at a constant speed around a circle with a fixed radius d. centripetal acceleration e...
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  • syllabus
    , reporting, etc  Long presentations using visual aids  Listening and viewing activities with follow up activities like discussions, filling up worksheets, writing exercises (using language lab wherever necessary/possible) etc  Projects like group reports, mock interviews etc using a combination of...
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  • Physics Lab
    (with r constant) and (b) f and r when both are free to vary? 3. Does the centripetal force acting on an object in uniform circular motion do work on the object? Explain. (continued) 153 LibraryPirate E X P E R I M E N T 9 Centripetal Force Laboratory Report 4. Figure 9.1 shows a...
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  • Johannes Kepler|Summary
    after his death. His system placed the earth at the center of the universe, with the planets and the stars revolving around it. Ptolemy insisted that the planets in his system moved with uniform circular motion. Because this is not actually how the planets move, he was forced to introduce the...
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  • University of Nairobi Bsc. Civil Engineering Degree Programme Details
    see course CCS 001 under common undergraduate courses. FCE 131 - Physics IA (45 hrs) Mechanics and Properties of Matter : Introduction to dynamics: circular motion; simple harmonic motion (SHM); rotation of rigid bodies; Newton's Law of gravitation Introduction to statics: force systems on rigid...
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  • Kumar
    motion along a straight line acceleration, distance - time and velocity - time graphs for uniform motion and uniformly accelerated motion, equations of motion by graphical method, uniform circular motion. Activities/ Practicals/ Assignments : Class Assignments : Based on activity sheet framed...
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  • Speed and Radius Lab
    Speed and Radius Question For an object moving with uniform circular motion, what relationship exists between the radius of its path and its speed? Hypothesis If the radius is increased, I believe that the speed will decrease, giving speed and its radius an inverse relation. Variables...
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  • Ucm Report
    Physics Report Application of UCM in Washing Machines Problem: How does the concept of uniform circular motion (UCM) play a role in the mechanism of washing machines? Explanation: Before understanding how the concept of uniform circular motion is applied in the mechanism of a washing...
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