Lecture Outline Chapter 2 Physics‚ 4th Edition James S. Walker Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education‚ Inc. Chapter 2 One-Dimensional Kinematics Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education‚ Inc. Units of Chapter 2 • Position‚ Distance‚ and Displacement • Average Speed and Velocity • Instantaneous Velocity • Acceleration • Motion with Constant Acceleration • Applications of the Equations of Motion • Freely Falling Objects Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education‚ Inc. 2-1 Position
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Open DocumentASSIGNMENT 2 Video Analysis of Vertical Jump – Due Mon 19th April (4pm) – Turnitin & Hard copy as ususal. The purpose of this assignment is to apply video collection techniques and kinematic analysis to sports performance. Whilst data collection was being carried out in groups‚ the data analysis and write up of the report must be an INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT and must be completely your own work. Your report should include the following: Report Format Title Page: Include name‚ student number
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Open DocumentMotion 1 The table gives values of distance and time for a child travelling along a straight track competing in an egg and spoon race. Time (seconds) |0 |5 |10 |15 |20 |25 | |Distance (metres) |0 |8 |20 |20 |24 |40 | | a Copy the graph axes below on to graph paper. Plot a graph of distance against time for the child. [pic] (3) b Name the dependent variable shown on the graph. (1) c What type of variable is this? (1) d Use your graph to estimate
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Open Document2.) A cam with a roller follower has the follow particulars. i) Outstroke during first 150ᴼ of cam rotation ii) Dwell during next 30ᴼ of cam rotation iii) Return stroke during next 150ᴼ of cam rotation iv) Dwell during next 30ᴼ of cam rotation Base circle radius is 50mm‚ roller radius is 10mm. The follower moves with simple harmonic motion. Stroke length is 50mm. Draw the cam profile when‚ 1. The follower axis passes through the cam axis 2. The follower axis passes
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Open DocumentE102-MOTION ALONG A STRAIGHT LINE GUIDE QUESTIONS: 1. From the data obtained‚ what is the effect of the height of the track to the cart’s acceleration? The data shows that sinӨ‚ which is dependent on the height‚ is getting higher as acceleration is increasing. This implicates that when object is at higher altitude‚ its acceleration is faster. 2. From the data obtained‚ how is time‚ t related to the inclination of the track? Explain why? Time and position of velocity are interrelated to
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Open DocumentKINEMATICS IN ONE DIMENSION chapter Section 2.1 Displacement Section 2.2 Speed and Velocity 1. A particle travels along a curved path between two points P and Q as shown. The displacement of the particle does not depend on- Q (a) The location of Q. (b) The location of P. (c) The direction of Q from P. P (d) The distance traveled from P to Q. Ans. (d) 2. For which one of the following situations will the path length
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Open DocumentMiriam Karunakaran Physics Honors Period 6 Physics Kinematics Lab Report Kinematics is the study of the motion of bodies without reference to mass or force. This lab aided students in observing kinematics by giving them a visual graph to look at from experiments previously performed. Variables used in this lab were “x” for position of the object‚ “v” for velocity of the object‚ and “a” for acceleration of the object. Understanding the graphical representation of
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Open DocumentPractical One: Quantitative Kinetic and Kinematic Analysis of Human Movement: The Inverse Solution Tacita Thorogood Student number: 12593352 Subject: SP2011 Advance Biomechanics Lecturer: Sara Brice Group: Even Week‚ Group 1 Introduction Within the field of sports and exercise science the use of digitizing video footage is used to track human movement. Markers are placed on anatomical landmarks of the human body to track movements which the body undergoes‚ this procedure is fundamental
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Open DocumentKinematics Position To specify a position vector you need to specify: • Origin • Distance • Direction If using a 3D right-handed coordinate system with the origin being the reference point for the position vector‚ it is enough to specify the coordinates x‚ y and z. For a moving object the position vector is a function of time. Velocity & Acceleration • Velocity is defined as the change in position over a change in time; thus the average velocity is and the instantaneous velocity is • For motion
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Open DocumentAngular Kinematics An object on a point that rotate a fixed axis has circular motion around the same axis. Linear quantities cannot be used for circular motion. This is due to the extended objects rotational motion rather that a particles linear motion. Circular motion‚ for this reason‚ is described in terms of the change in angular position. Except for the points on the axis‚ all the points on a rotating rigid object during any time interval move through the same angle. Many equations describing
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