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Elastic Point On The Plastic Bag Strips
751 wordsHookes Law is when forces are applied to a solid object and it can result in extension or compression. Hookes Law is able to predict how a spring (or other stretchable object) would behave when force is applied to it. I aim to show how much force (N) strips of supermarket plastic bags will take before it reaches its elastic limit and whether the width of the strips can alter the results. I am going to do a simple experiment that involves cutting a plastic bag into strips which are all different ...

Tests With 0 5 M Radius
572 wordsObservation Results for varying Force  Seconds taken for ten oscillations. r = 0.5 m ForceNAttempt 123 Average for 1 Orbit 15.384. 815.090. 509 23.53. 43.30. 34 32.92. 92.80. 29 42.42. 52.450. 245 Results for varying Force  Seconds taken for ten oscillations. r = 0.75 m ForceNAttempt 12 Average for 1 Orbit 16.46. 040.622 24.584. 960.477 34.014. 020.402 43.623. 750.369 Calculation from results r = 0.5 ForceNT (s) Mass (kg) Distance (m) Velocity (m /'s ) Calculated Force (N) 10.5090. 53.146. ...

Center Ring Of The Force Table
541 wordsI. Introduction A vector is an arrow whose length represents the magnitude of a quantity and whose direction represents the direction of the quantity. Vectors are useful in combining velocities that are not parallel. The sum of two or more component vectors is called a resultant. When the vectors are not at right angles to each other, the resultant is found by constructing a parallelogram. The parallelogram is constructed with the two vectors as sides. The resultant of the parallelogram is its d...

Force At 1 4 Meters
1,185 wordsIntroduction The purpose of this technical report is to communicate the results of the Pneumatic Tyre Characteristics laboratory by investigating the effect of cornering force on slip angle. The technical report is presented to the academic staff of the Engineering Systems Department at the Royal Military College of Science, Shriven ham. It is assumed that the reader is fully familiar with the experiment and with the equipment on which it is preformed. Experimental Conditions For this particular...

Average Results For Force Against Acceleration
3,839 wordsAim: I intend to investigate the rule of F = M A and so investigate the relationships between acceleration, force and mass and how they affect each other. Preliminary Workings: The main aim of my project is to investigate three factors, and so I will start off with a few lines about each of them. The idea of a force is fundamental to physics and it is simply thought of as a push or a pull, but this is not satisfactory for my purposes. We cannot see a force but instead we can see its effect on an...

Ticker Timer Trolley Experiment Results
1,287 wordsMethod In this experiment I aim to find out how the force and mass affect acceleration. I shall do this by setting up an experiment involving a ticker tape timer and trolley, to keep the experiment as fair as possible I will only change one variable at a time. For the first part I will only vary the force (see fig. 1) in difference weights of 1 N, 2 N, 3 N and 4 N. In order to keep the friction acting on the trolley constant I will make the ramp which the trolley is on at the exact angle so it w...

Mass Increases The Sag On The Bridge
587 wordsProblem I have been asked to investigate the stresses and strains on the Queens bridge caused by traffic. Hypothesis I predict that as the mass increases the sag on the bridge will increase as well, thus obeying Hookes law. Variables The span of the bridge The thickness of the bridge The width of the bridge The material that the bridge is made of The mass put on the bridge Apparatus Pen Paper 2 G clamps Boss and clamp Sand bucket 2 Metre rulers Pointer 2 Stools Boss head Retort stand 10 x 100 g ...
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