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Lab 7: Uniform Circular Motion Houston Community College

Lab 7: Uniform Circular Motion Professor Dr. K. H. Chu INTRODUCTION: When an object moves in a circular path, there exists a force called the centripetal force, directed toward the center of the circle, that acts to keep the object moving in a circle. The

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PhysicsLAB: Uniform Circular Motion: Centripetal Forces

Another major category of forces that produce uniform circular motion is gravitation. At a radius, r,from the center of the Earth, the gravitational field strength, g,can be calculated as: Alternatively, we can also state that for a satellite in circular orbit that gravity

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PhysicsLAB: Practice: Uniform Circular Motion

Practice: Uniform Circular Motion. Printer Friendly Version: These problems will allow you to practice your knowledge of situations involving uniform circular motion. Each situation begins with a set of givens and is followed by a series of questions. You have completed a lab using a conical pendulum whose length was 75 cm.

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Lab 5 Uniform Circular Motion

Lab 5 Uniform Circular Motion Introduction If you have ever been on an amusement park ride that travels in a curved or circular path, then you have experienced a

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A Uniform Circular Motion, Lab Report: Experiment 5 NU

A Uniform Circular Motion, Lab Report: Experiment 5. This is a Lab report for a physics experiment on Uniform Circular Motion. University. Northeastern University. Course. Lab For Phys 1151 (PHYS 1152) Uploaded by. Shivam Agarwal. Academic year. 2016/2017

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Uniform Circular Motion Lab patronconstruction

The purpose of this lab is to determine the relationship between the frequency of revolution of an object in uniform circular motion Hypothesis The equation represents the centripetal force on an object in uniform circular motion where Fc is the centripetal force, m is the mass of the object undergoing circular motion, r is the radius of the

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LABORATORY IV CIRCULAR MOTION Physics at Minnesota

Lab IV 1 LABORATORY IV CIRCULAR MOTION The problems in this laboratory will help you investigate objects moving in uniform circular motion. This is the same motion that describes satellites in orbit around the earth, or objects whirled around on a rope.

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Physics Simulation: Uniform Circular Motion

The Physics Classroom » Physics Interactives » Circular and Satellite Motion » Uniform Circular Motion Uniform Circular Motion The Uniform Circular Motion Interactive provides the learner with an interactive, variable-rich environment for exploring principles and relationships related to moving in a circle at a constant speed.

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Classic Circular Force Lab The Physics Aviary

Classic Circular Force Lab. This lab will let you determine the speed needed to keep an object in circular motion. You will be able to change the force holding the object in a circle by clicking on the washers (each washer is 10 grams). You can adjust the radius of the circle by clicking on the masking tape that is just below the tube.

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General Physics Lab: Uniform Circular Motion

Before the lab, check that all tubes are smooth on the top end. Replace the tube if necessary (Figure 3). Adjust the string to let the distance from the center of the rubber stopper to be 50 cm. Place the alligator clip on the string 3 cm from the bottom of the tube (see Figure 4).

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Physics Lab Uniform Circular Motion Madelyn Norford

Madelyn Norford VIP: 00544607 Sophie Campbell VIP: 00480208 TJ Hollon VIP: 00405259 Uniform Circular Motion Cycle #3 Physics 211 Monday 9:40 28 October 2019 Abstract: The objective of this lab was to gain a better understanding of Newton’s Second Law when applied to uniform circular motion and to observe the relationship between force, acceleration and the mass of an object.

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Chapter 5 UniformCircularMotion and Centripetal Physics

Name: Lab Partner: Section: 5.1 Purpose In the experiment, uniform circular motion and centripetal force will be explored. 5.2 Introduction For the purpose of this lab, all objects will be considered as rigidbodies. That is, an object can be considered as consisting of many small point masses with constant distances between them (no deformation).

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Uniform Circular Motion Lab patronconstruction

The purpose of this lab is to determine the relationship between the frequency of revolution of an object in uniform circular motion Hypothesis The equation represents the centripetal force on an object in uniform circular motion where Fc is the centripetal force, m is the mass of the object undergoing circular motion, r is the radius of the

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Uniform Circular Motion High School Physics and AP

Created with Geogebra Procedure Part I Constant Radius. Print out the lab handout.; Reset the program by clicking the <Reset> button in the bottom of the control window.; Set radius to 2m, and adjust the <Rotational Speed> slider until you obtain an angular speed of 0.3 to 0.4 radians per second.; Check the <Animation Toggle> box and observe the motion of the yellow object on the green

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LABORATORY IV CIRCULAR MOTION Physics at Minnesota

Lab IV 1 LABORATORY IV CIRCULAR MOTION The problems in this laboratory will help you investigate objects moving in uniform circular motion. This is the same motion that describes satellites in orbit around the earth, or objects whirled around on a rope.

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Week 8: Uniform Circular Motion Dr Johnson's Physics Lab

This week you will be completing the Circular Motion lab (page 59) from your lab manual. We will be using the Vernier Logger Pro software for the video analysis. Post Lab

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Centripetal Force Experiment: Lab Analysis

Mar 26, 2014· A Student Researched Lab Analysis about Centripetal Force. Applying this force constantly to the direction of motion will cause the body to remain moving in a uniform circular motion. [1] Experiment 5 Centripetal Force (2011) [2] J. Walker, Fundamentals of Physics (John Wiley, New York 2011), p. 70-72. Natural Sciences / Physics 6:41 pm

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PHY 111L Activity 2

1. Introduce Centripetal and Centrifugal forces, as well as uniform circular motion 2. Experimentally verify the forces involved in uniform circular motion (lab report) 3. Investigate how an object’s uniform circular motion is affected by its mass and radius of travel Materials & Resources 1. Computer with DataStudio and photo gate 2.

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Circular Motion Lab by Ryan Baldeviso Prezi

Objective To find the Centripetal force and centripetal acceleration by experimenting with horizontal circular motion with different masses. THE END Circular Motion Lab Data/Results * All work is the same but has different values in Period,, Mass, Velocity, and Radius.

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circular motion & gravitation

physics 111N 4 uniform circular motion! acceleration is of constant magnitude and directed toward the circle’s center! something must provide the force tension in the string provides a force always pointing toward the center of the circle e.g. ball moving on a frictionless plane tethered by a

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Uniform Circular Motion Procedure

To achieve uniform circular motion, hold the tube vertically with the mass hanger at the bottom and spin the stopper around in a circular motion (see Figure 2). Figure 2: Experimental set-up 5. To give you an idea of what this should look like, here is a YouTube video demonstrating this type of lab: Physics Circular Motion Lab 1. Caution:

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Uniform Circular Motion Hiro's Educational Physics Pages

In a uniform circular motion, the object experiences a centripetal acceleration and hence a centripetal force. For an object of mass m, moving in a circle of fixed radius r and with a constant speed v, the centripetal force is the mass times the centripetal acceleration. r mv F 2 = The average speed of circular motion is given as T r v 2π =

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Uniform circular motion and centripetal acceleration

Science · AP®︎/College Physics 1 · Uniform circular motion and gravitation · Uniform circular motion introduction Uniform circular motion and centripetal acceleration review Review the key concepts, equations, and skills for uniform circular motion, including centripetal acceleration and the difference between linear and angular velocity.

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